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Garage, Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin,  John Baldessari, Adriana Lima, September, issue, cover

Garage Magazine's Next Issue Features Two Covers

American conceptual artist John Baldessari reimagined the second cover of Adriana Lima, adding colorful pops and disguising her chiseled face.

Blurred Lines, Treats Magazine, Robin Thicke, Jo Baker, Paula Patton, Emily Ratajkowski, Diane Martle, Ryan Seacrest, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Mary-Kate, Ashley Olsen, Kate Upton, Alessandra Ambrosio, Naomi Watts

Robin Thicke Returns the Favor to Treats Magazine

To thank the title for inspiring his “Blurred Lines” video, the singer will perform Wednesday night at a party in his honor.

Esquire and GQ Say 'Om' in September Issues

The rival magazines are both featuring a service trend piece on the merits of meditation next month.

Harper’s Bazaar, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vogue, headdress, Ellen Christine Couture

Deja View for Harper's Bazaar's Sarah Jessica Parker Cover?

In the edition sent to subscribers, SJP wears an enormous feathered headdress by Ellen Christine Couture — an image that may seem familiar.

newsstand, sales, circulation, numbers, Beyonce, George Lois, Vanity Fair, Princess Diana, Gawker, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe,

Beyoncé, Dead Celebrities Top Newsstand Sales

Numbers from the first half show that sex sells, three celebrities are better than one and Beyoncé trumps everyone, even the First Lady of the United States.

Time Inc., The New York Times Plot for the Future

Time Warner ceo Jeff Bewkes announced this week that the spin-off of its publishing arm, Time Inc., would be delayed until early 2014,

Vanity Fair France, Paris, Yves Saint Laurent, Fabrice Thomas, Pierre Bergé, YSL, sketches, mystery, ownership, stolen, interview

Vanity Fair France Delves Into Mystery of Yves Saint Laurent Sketches

The centerpiece of the article is a lengthy interview with Fabrice Thomas, one of the couturier’s former employees and love interests.

American Express Publishing, magazine, Departures, Home & Design, Richard D. Story, Robb Report, shelter, home, magazines, frequency

Shelter Supplements Up Frequency

There was advertising appeal to bring back Amex's Home & Design next year as a biannual, and Robb Report’s supplement is also chugging along just fine.

Meredith Corp.,, Reader’s Digest Association, Meredith, Steve Lacy,

Meredith Launching Allrecipes Print Magazine

On Monday the publisher announced it was extending the test run into a full-fledged title to be published six times a year.

New York Magazine Hires Fashion Critic Robin Givhan

Formerly of The Washington Post and the Daily Beast/Newsweek, Givhan is notable for winning a Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2006.

Daily Front Row Kills Fire Island Column

Sometime in the last few days, the Daily quietly deleted the post without explanation, and it appears it’s discontinued the regular dispatches.

DuJour, Robert De Niro, Bloomberg Pursuits, Rodale, Jason Binn, Niche Media, Hamptons, Gotham, Nicole Vecchiarelli, Keith Pollock, contributors, anniversary, Conde Nast, Time Inc, InStyle, Elle, Donald Trump, Bruce Weber, Patrick Demarchelier, Ellen von Unwerth, Vicky Ward, Kate Betts, Lisa DePaulo

DuJour Approaches First Anniversary

The lifestyle quarterly magazine aimed at 1-percenters will mark the occasion with a fall issue featuring Robert De Niro on the cover.

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