A magazine called Surface makes one instantly wonder if it's possible that the editorial can have any depth. According to its editors, it can, thus the tagline "substance/style." In reality, the magazine doesn't pretend to be anything other that what it is--an expensively produced glossy that skims the surface of fashion, architecture, and design.
Larry Dobrow channels his inner teenager. What. Ever.
Winter is looming, and Natural Health immediately caught my eye on the supermarket magazine rack with its "Winter Wellness Guide." A smiling model in a hot pink hat and scarf jumps off the page and makes those grueling months look like a downright party.
I have little idea why Town & Country is categorized as a magazine in the first place. With its barely-there stories and seeming 70/30 ad/edit ratio, the pub strikes me as little more than a dashingly appointed catalog of stuff for über-wealthy Caucasians.