Products that “sell themselves” rarely need anyone to know that a famous person likes them, too. Can celebrity endorsements of products help to mitigate a lack of scientific evidence? Or are there other factors at work that have the effect of popularizing products of little or questionable value?
Newly released read on the late British fashion designer and couturier, Lee Alexander McQueen, is looking to be a top-pick this season.
Over the past several years, many print magazines have folded, while existing ones have reduced their issue run. This decline may be abating.