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    The lifestyle guru looked half her age as she celebrated her magazine's milestone. Martha Stewart looked half her age in a celebratory new photo posted to Instagram. The lifestyle guru, who celebrated her 79th birthday in August, marked the 30th anniversary of her iconic magazine by posing with a copy of the very first issue. In the post shared with the 3.4 million followers on her official social media page, Martha wore a cream-colored sweater with a silk blouse as she posed holding the December 1990 issue of Martha Stewart Living. The grandmother of two smiled as she posed in her familiar kitchen while resting her elbow on a stack of copies of her famous magazine. Martha had her hair styled in a loose flip and she glowed with a natural look created by makeup artist Nicole Daisy Toye. The photo was credited to the media mogul’s longtime friend Douglas...
    (CNN)For the first time ever, Time magazine's logo will be replaced with an imperative -- "VOTE."It's both a call to action for readers and a mission statement for the November 2 double issue, which covers the final days of the 2020 presidential election."Few events will shape the world to come more than the result of the upcoming U.S. presidential election," Time editor-in-chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal wrote in a note to readers. To mark the most monumental election in recent history, the magazine temporarily swapped its logo to read "Vote" instead -- something Time has never done since its first issue published in 1923. This weeks Time magazine cover spotlights coronavirus front line workers, from cafeteria employees to paramedicsEven the cover has echoes of presidential campaigns past. The artwork, painted in tones of blue and red, was created by graphic artist Shepard Fairey, who rose to mainstream prominence for creating...
    For the first time in the magazine's history, O, The Oprah Magazine will not face its namesake on the cover. Instead, the 66-year-old mogul has stepped aside to give the spot to Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old woman who was killed by plainclothes police officers who stormed into her Louisville home in the middle of the night with a no-knock warrant on March 13.  In her editor's letter, Oprah said that she and her magazine staff gave Breonna the September cover in an effort to 'use whatever megaphone we have to cry for justice.'  Front and center: Breonna Taylor covers the September issue of O, The Oprah Magazine Spotlight: In her editor's letter, Oprah said that she and her magazine staff gave Breonna the cover in an effort to 'use whatever megaphone we have to cry for justice'  Change: This marks the first time in the magazine's 20 years that...
    Oprah Winfrey has given up the cover of her magazine for the first time as a tribute to Breonna Taylor. Winfrey has appeared as the cover subject of O, The Oprah Magazine for the past 20 years. But she wrote in her column featuring Taylor — who was fatally shot by police when they stormed her Louisville, Ky., home on March 13 — “What I know for sure: We can’t be silent. We have to use whatever megaphone we have to cry for justice. And that is why Breonna Taylor is on the cover.” The historic move comes before the mag ends its print run at the end of the year and moves to digital-only. T The September issue also features a silhouette of Taylor by Janelle Washington, with 89 names from the African American Policy Forum’s #SayHerName campaign. Each page of the issue, out Aug. 11, includes anti-racist...
    IT is the magazine that is never afraid to go in at the deep end once a year – and 2020 is no different. The Sun gave readers a preview of the latest annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue on Tuesday, with a stunning shot of models Kate Bock, Jasmine Sanders and Olivia Culpo in the sea off Bali. 11Kate Bock, Jasmine Sanders and Olivia Culpo on the current issue of Sports IllustratedCredit: Contour RA - Getty And inside, living up to the US mag’s groundbreaking tradition, there are photoshoots with a trans model and one who has alopecia as well as mature and curvy models. For more than 60 years, Sports Illustrated has refused to tread water, instead championing diversity and inclusivity. In 1997 Tyra Banks became its first black cover girl, and Ashley Graham made her mark by being the first plus-size model to appear in 2016. The...
    Vanity Fair's latest issue features Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis on its cover, making her a rare Black cover star in the magazine's 107-year history — but even more notable, the man who shot the image is the first Black photographer to shoot a cover for the publication. Dario Calmese, who has been shooting for the magazine since last year, earned the long-overdue honor for Vanity Fair's July/August issue — a groundbreaking moment he took seriously.   'I did know that this was a moment to say something,' the 38-year-old told the New York Times. 'I knew this was a moment to be, like, extra Black.' Big deal: Vanity Fair's latest issue features Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis on its cover — and was the first cover ever to be shot by a Black photographer  The snapper: Dario Calmese, who has been shooting for the magazine since last year, earned the...
    The July/August issue of Vanity Fair marks a historic milestone for the magazine: The cover photo, which features actress Viola Davis, is the first taken by a Black photographer in the magazine's 106-year history. Dario Calmese photographed Davis for the issue, in is his first major magazine cover. Calmese's accomplishment comes as calls for American fashion media to highlight more Black perspectives have become more urgent and widespread. View this post on Instagram Presenting our July/August cover star: @ViolaDavis. Last month, the Oscar winner took to the streets to protest the death of George Floyd—but she’s no stranger to fighting for what’s right. As a Black woman in Hollywood, she’s spent her career doing it: “My entire life has been a protest,” Davis says. “My production company is my protest. Me not wearing a wig at the Oscars in 2012 was my protest. It is a part of my...
    Transgender model Valentina Sampaio made history on Friday. The Brazilian born model is the first transgender person ever to grace the pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. The magazine announced the decision on Friday. Sampaio wrote a personal essay for the outlet where she shared her experiences and thoughts. “I am excited and honored to be part of the iconic Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue,” the model shared. The 23-year-old Brazilian beauty is the 2020 rookie and will be showcased in the latest issue of the magazine, which will be out on July 21. The rookie will join the ranks of Kate Upton, Tyra Banks, Heidi Klum, and Ashley Graham, who have all been boosted to superstardom after their appearances in the magazine’s special issue. Sampaio grew up in a small fishing village in northern Brazil. The model admits that being trans is challenging in that part of the world....
    Edward Enninful has revealed how his 'moments of recognition' at the PPA awards have been 'bittersweet' after he became the first black person to win Editor of The Year in 40 years. The Editor-in-chief of British Vogue, 48, won both Editor of The Year and Diversity Initiative of the Year at the Professional Publishers Association (PPA) Awards for the 'Forces for Change' edition which was guest-edited by Meghan Markle, 38. Edward and the Duchess collaborated on September's special 'Forces for Change' edition, which featured a grid of 15 'incredible' women on the cover with articles commissioned by the royal inside. The fashion guru, who started his career at iD magazine at the age of 18, explained on Instagram that while he's happy to have received these awards, there is still 'a lot of work to be done' to create diversity in the fashion industry.  British Vogue's Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful, 48,...
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