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Emma Chamberlain, YouTuber and Gen Z influencer, says the term ‘influencer’ is ‘disgusting’ in cover story for Cosmopolitan
Emma Chamberlain's quirky personality has turned her into someone teens follow online because they see her as someone relatable and just like them.
Jonathan Van Ness posed in a ruffled gown with sneakers as Cosmopolitan UK’s first solo non-female cover star in 35 years
The "Queer Eye" host accessorized with Nike shoes and tube socks for the cover of Cosmopolitan UK's January edition.
Remember Zune? JooJoo? Exactly. From Pepsi to Facebook, here are some of the biggest corporate belly flops.
Jeffrey Epstein was a featured ‘Bachelor of the Month’ seeking ‘a cute Texas girl’ in a 1980 issue of Cosmopolitan
Long before he became a household name for charges of sex trafficking of minors, Jeffrey Epstein was Cosmopolitan's July 1980 'Bachelor of the Month.'
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar wrote an op-ed slamming athlete stereotypes in wake of the Khloe Kardashian-Tristan Thompson scandal
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar took to the pages of Cosmopolitan to speak out against stereotypes that are thrust upon athletes.
Walmart is pulling Cosmopolitan from checkout lines in response to #MeToo — but it’s an embarrassing perversion of the movement
Walmart is pulling Cosmopolitan — a magazine for women that's primarily staffed by women — from its checkout lines in response to the #MeToo movement.
Joanna Coles, chief content officer of Hearst, says she learned from personal experience that a flexible schedule is key for working parents.
From taking a 50% pay cut to barging into a bathroom stall, an exec explains how taking risks led to her success
Hearst executive Joanna Coles has had a journalism career characterized by gutsiness, risk-taking, and the willingness to seize prime opportunities.
Snap board member and Hearst exec Joanna Coles is a self-proclaimed nightmarish negotiator. And her favorite negotiation strategy is simply to stop talking.
‘Bold Type’ executive producer Joanna Coles reveals which scenes actually happened in real life when she ran Cosmo and Marie Claire
Hearst chief content officer and 'Bold Type' executive producer Joanna Coles explains how her career as a magazine editor inspired the series.