Apparently, harper by Harper’s Bazaar is an insert that’s guest-edited quarterly by a different celebrity. Wikipedia says it “generates additional revenue by providing a forum for advertisers to promote their wares to ‘stylish and social millennial women who love to shop.'” So… does that mean they’re product-placing stuff with the celebs in a semi-hinky editorial crossover, or just that they think harper will reach a younger audience despite being inside the magazine itself (albeit also available digitally)? Eh, whatever. I begrudge no one their advertising dollars or free moisturizers. Enjoy.
[Photos: Getty, Harper’s Bazaar]