Teen Vogue is celebrating our Sweet 16 this year! Read the entire special issue. Casey, who studied journalism in college and is now in her early 30s, has always been obsessed with magazines and youth culture. A trip home for the holidays in December sparked something in Casey. At the time, Rookie Magazine had just shuttered, while other teen magazines had recently cancelled their print issues — thus there was something nostalgic about revisiting the physical pages of her favorite teen publications.
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15 Industry Experts On The State Of The Teen Magazine In 2016
Skip navigation! Story from Fashion. Teen magazines were treasured objects during my formative years: Absolutely none of the sex or relationship advice was relevant, and I didn't actually buy most of the fashion or beauty picks I enthusiastically dog-eared. But savoring a print glossy from cover to cover was basically my favorite form of entertainment.
Bright Lite Magazine. A wave of independent magazines that cater to today's younger set are on the rise, following in the footsteps of Tavi Gevinson's Rookie and countering traditional media that tends to misrepresent women and teenagers. While Teen Vogue and Nylon have had to shutter their print issues and adjust their business practices in recent years to adapt to youth culture's content consumption habits, these publications seem to be winning with today's teens by involving them closely or letting them run their own production processes. Read on to learn more.