Glamour Magazine Unveils Brand New Look, Hopes To ‘Pop’ In The Digital Age
Composite image by DesignTAXI. Old logo (above) via Wikimedia Commons, new logo (below) via glamourmag
The May 2018 issue will see a radical redesign of the 79-year-old magazine, complete with a new masthead and distinct sections of content.
Diverting from its ‘Franklin Gothic Heavy’-like typeface, Glamour has adopted a contemporary, architectural design, which Business of Fashion learned aims to help the magazine “pop” not just in newsstands, but also online.
Glamour Magazine’s content structure has also been revamped and split into four sections: ‘#Look’; ‘#Feel’; ‘#Live’; ‘#Think’.
Marking the milestone is Melissa McCarthy, who fronts the upcoming ‘Money’-themed issue. Impressively, the actress started out with just US$5 in the bank, but has now become a “million-dollar mogul.”
A website redesign is also set to arrive in September 2018. Meanwhile, check out the new look below.
Authentic. Accessible. Relevant. Welcome to the all-new Glamour. Tap the link in bio to see our new look, and read up on why our newly-minted Editor-in-Chief @sammybarrynews dedicated the entire May issue to all things money. #brandnewglamour
“The best thing I could have ever done was struggle until I was 30. I think entitlement is a really, really scary thing to possess.” Melissa McCarthy is one of the highest paid women in Hollywood, but that doesn't mean she didn't have to work for it. Tap the link in bio to hear our May cover star get candid about her early financial struggles, salary negotiations, and why she treats every job like it's her last.
Ever felt trapped in a relationship or a job you didn't love? A fuck-off fund can give you the financial freedom to walk out of situations you never saw coming. Tap the link in bio to see how you can start one.💰💰
[via Business of Fashion, videos via glamourmag, images via various sources]