It isn't going over very well.
In a nice change of pace, a website has spawned an old-fashioned print magazine.
Bela Borsodi doesn't want to capture anything you've ever seen before.
Otherwise known as: privileged teen intern working in Paris.
A trove of memories — and a chance to say "thank you" — disappeared last week.
Each edition centers on a specific ingredient and is written by a single author.
“Because of my dad’s work — he trades oil — I have a bodyguard, which sucks.”
One left voluntarily, and two were laid off.
The great intern uprising cannot be a class action lawsuit.
Thankfully, there's no sign of Dakota Fanning or Kristen Stewart.
Imprisoned for all eternity, like the woman in the moon.
Which would have been great.
This is what happens when you have supportive fans.
Big hair, big knits, and big plastic breasts.
Sitting in on the first staff meeting called by the new Cosmo Girl from Yorkshire.
Did we mention there's a Walking Dead Magazine?
Meet Diana Wang, the unpaid intern suing Harper’s Bazaar.