Fashion and beauty magazines are struggling to stay relevant these days. With young women turning to Instagram and YouTube for style tips, print magazines are becoming a dying breed. In a plaintive attempt to remain connected, fashion and beauty magazines rushed into politics to cling for dear life.
But not just politics — socialism, to be exact.
Some headlines from Vogue and Teen Vogue:
April 11, 2018 - What “Capitalism” Is and How It Affects People
May 10, 2018 - Who Is Karl Marx: Meet the Anti-Capitalist Scholar
June 25, 2018 - 28-Year-Old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Might Just Be the Future of the Democratic Party
October 15, 2018 - How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Other Progressives Are Defining the Midterms
In a tweet to promote the first article on the list, Teen Vogue wrote, "Capitalism is a huge driver of inequality, both social and economic." After Vogue promoted Ocasio-Cortez in October with a photoshoot by the industry's best photographer Annie Leibovitz, Teen Vogue tweeted, "Can't #endpoverty without ending capitalism!"