Harper's Bazaar is a world-renowned arbiter of fashion and good
taste. Since its inception in 1867 as America's first fashion
magazine, Bazaar has been home to extraordinary talents of
Man Ray and Richard Avedon, and continues that tradition today with
photographers including Peter Lindbergh and Solve Sundsbo.
Sophisticated, elegant and provocative, Harper's Bazaar is
the style resource for women who are the first to buy the best,
from casual to couture. With style, authority and insider insight,
Bazaar focuses strictly on fashion and beauty, and covers
what's new to what's next. Month after month, Bazaar
showcases the world's most visionary stylists and talented
designers, to deliver readers a visually stunning portrayal of the
world of fashion and beauty. Bazaar is available in 43
countries around the globe.
As editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar, British-born journalist Glenda Bailey has garnered international acclaim for her editorial vision, combining high fashion with intelligent in-depth features, which has marked the magazine as one of the most prominent fashion publications in the world. Recent publications include Harper's Bazaar: Greatest Hits and Harper's Bazaar: Models.
'THE FIRST & LAST WORD IN FASHION BOOKS: Glenda Bailey, the editor of US Harper's Bazaar, chronicles a century and a half of the magazine's illustrious history, from its launch in 1867 up until the present day' Harper's Bazaar UK 'The images in Harper's Bazaar: 150 Years The Greatest Moments by Glenda Bailey reveal key moments that shaped history, from the first time denim appeared on the cover of a fahsion magazine, on a girl who was 'digging for victory' in 1943, to Michelle Obama dancing in the White House, surrounded by yound musicians. There are also plentiful pictures of a young Kate Moss who was introduced to America by the magazine in December 1992, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier.' --The i newspaper 'Harper's Bazaar: 150 Years The Greatest Moments edited by the US magazine's editor-in-chief, Glenda Bailey, celebrates the publication's history and present with hundreds of stunning photographs dating from its very beginnings to its most recent collaborations, including shots by Richard Avedon, Peter Lindbergh and Patrick Demarchelier. Organised chronologically, it is a covetable collector's tome representing the last 150 years of fashion, beauty and lifestyle.' --Image magazine 'Dress Demi Moore in a satin organza dress and Alexander McQueen Python shoes. Take her out to the desert. Put her on a spiralling staircase that spirals to nowhere (because that's the kind of prop you have to hand on this kind of shoot). Oh, and throw in a giraffe. Fashion doesn't have to be about excess but, let's be honest, it can be so much fun when it is. This 2010 cover of the American fashion magazine Harper's Bazaar was for the magazine's subscribers only. It's now being shared in a new book that celebrates 150 years of the magazine's history. It's a richly storied one. In the 19th century the magazine published stories by Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy. Man Ray, Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, Truman Capote and Andy Warhol were all contributors at one time or another and the magazine was home to the genius that was art director Alexey Brodovitch. And its gilded past has a gilded present. This century the magazine under the editorship of Glenda Bailey has gone from strength to strength. Hence this Mark Seliger image. Oh, and just so you know, according to Demi Moore, the giraffe had bad breath.' The Herald 'AMERICA'S first fashion magazine, Harper's Bazaar, is celebrating its 150th birthday this year. To mark the occasion, it has released this fabulous book full of its most iconic work. Whether you're interested in style or substance, you can pore over illustrations, articles and glamour at its finest (including the model in the 1963 bubble series above), and track the magazine's progress from broadsheet to fashion bible.' Daily Mail 'A sumptuous collection of some of the celebrated fashion magazine's most stunning and iconic photographs.' --Mail on Sunday