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February 06, 2012  | by: Kristine Hoang

Lana Del Rey covers British Vogue's 2012 March issue

  • The much-anticipated Jason Wu for Target collection was released yesterday, resulting in, unsurprisingly, several items quickly selling out online. Were you one of the lucky ones who snagged what you wanted?
  • Lana del Rey’s been all the hype lately – which explains how after only 5 months of breaking into the entertainment industry she’s landed a cover with British Vogue for their March 2012 issue. The photos were shot by Vogue favorite Mario Testino.
  • The current question of debate in the magazine-internship sphere is this: will the unpaid magazine internship cease to exist? Recently, news broke that a former Hearst intern has sued the publication company for allegedly violating federal and state wage and labor laws by failing to pay her even though she worked full-time. The concluding effects of the lawsuit have yet to unveil, though they’ve undoubtedly sparked heated debate within the media industry.
  • Glamour's New Look

    In a recent interview with the New York Times, Teen Vogue editor-in-chief Amy Astley shares that her ability to make hard decisions comes from the fact she was brought up in the intense world of ballet dancing. “It’s a harsh world – pretty black and white – and it’s clear how good you are, and where your weaknesses are.”

  • In response to Glamour magazine’s 17% drop in sales last year, the magazine will be undergoing major renovations and redesigns. One change is the magazine’s switch from red/pink cover-title text to yellow.
  • Glamour USA has recently appointed a Fashion Editor-at-Large – Louise Roe, who formerly hosted MTV’s makeover show called “Plain Jane” and covered the 2011 Movie Awards, VMA’s, and EMA’s.
  • On January 26, the Web series “The Fashion Fund” premiered on Hulu, which captures behind-the-scenes footage of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition. If you’re interested in seeing how big fashion names like Anna Wintour and Jenna Lyons choose the Fund’s award recipients, this series is worth checking out.
  • Rachel Zoe is the new spokesperson of the Abzyme Research Foundation, whose goal is to raise 1.5 million dollars for a preclinical trial of a potential HIV/AIDS vaccine at the University of Texas. This is the first time she’s publicly lent her name to such a cause.

    Rachel Zoe

  • Anna Wintour is one of the top fundraisers for Obama’s presidential campaign which interestingly correlates with Michelle Obama’s affinity for wearing American designers.
  • Valentino debuted his first-ever men’s fashion line at men’s fashion week. His collection was channeled after Rome’s Dolce Vita in the ‘60s.

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