I/ The Tabloid Triangle

Our story starts with American Media Inc’s oldest and most notorious title: the National Enquirer. As the industry’s most sensational scandal rag, the Enquirer is often blamed for setting the grim tone of modern celebrity reporting – but how did it become so influential? And, more importantly, how did the Enquirer’s ties to a botched Mafia hit-job in 1950s New York end up causing a tabloid boom in 1970s small-town Florida?

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Déjà Vogue

Vogue Arabia launched to much fanfare, but that debut cover seemed a little familiar. An Arabian blogger designed an extremely similar mock-up seven years ago – and it looks like he pretty much nailed it…

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Jennerating Content

All publications have their favourite celebrities that they love to cover. For the Express it’s Diana. OK! loves Katie Price; Now prefers Peter Andre. Us, personally? We’re suckers for anything that Paul Danan does – but there’s one magazine that has taken editorial obsession to a whole new level. Grazia.

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