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By Bustle Press

We combine massive scale with passion-driven audiences — engaging consumers across entertainment, culture, fashion, and pop culture, news, and innovation.


Bustle is a site for and by women who are moving forward as fast as you are.

Bustle delivers everything you want to know, see, and read right now because you’re passionate about making a difference, making connections, and, more than anything else, making your mark. Whether you’re searching for what’s happening in politics, what’s streaming this weekend, where to find size-inclusive clothing, ways to give back, or how much coffee to put in your coffee, we’re here to help you explore every topic that interests you.

Like our readers, our team of writers and editors are from diverse backgrounds with an endless range of interests. What we all have in common with each other is that we are insatiably curious about the world. You care about what’s working and what isn’t, about fashion, politics, technology, celebrities, health, beauty, work, sex, friendship, food, and more. What we care about is providing these stories in a way that’s smart, informative, fun, and supportive — of your relationships, your choices, your goals, and you.

These are the stories we deliver every day in a format that’s always getting better, quicker, and more engaging.

Elite Daily

Elite Daily is a site for and by women who are discovering the world, and themselves in the process.

Elite Daily is a site for and by women who are discovering the world, and themselves in the process.

Elite Daily delivers everything you need to know to live your best life, whether your passion is traveling abroad with your friends, focusing your body and mind in a new yoga class, determining how the stars will affect you and your dating life this week, or learning how to perfect a flawless cat eye on the first (OK, third) try.

Our team of writers and editors, like our readers, come at life from a wide range of backgrounds, but we’re all eager to learn about fashion, dating, politics, celebrities, music, travel, health, fitness, and more in a way that’s relatable, honest, and fun. But most of all, we’re in search of experiences — the kinds that could change our night, the kinds that could change our mind, and the kinds that could change our life.

We can't wait for what's next.


Inverse is the coolest place to get smarter.

We explore the science of anything, innovations that shape tomorrow, and ideas that stretch our minds. Our goal is to motivate the next generation to build a better world.

Inverse takes a scientific approach to analyzing culture and a cultural approach to talking about science. Since our launch in August 2015, we’ve endeavored to analyze the world thoroughly — if not consistently. Our aim is to better understand tomorrow by examining today.


Mic helps young people process the present.

In a crowded news landscape, Mic amplifies the stories that really matter — from politics and culture to social justice and social media —and examines their impact on people's diverse lives. We aim to elevate the voices of the underrepresented with authentic storytelling, original reporting, and thought-provoking content that fuels curiosity, creativity, and most importantly, change.


NYLON is one of the world's leading creators of lifestyle content for young women.

Founded in 1999, NYLON celebrates and empowers the risk-takers and rule-breakers of today and tomorrow in fashion, beauty, music, and culture. With an inclusive and strong feminist voice, NYLON owns the sweet spot between commercial and cool. With nine editions internationally, NYLON focuses on emerging culture through our original, thought-provoking storytelling around topics like beauty, fashion, entertainment, and everything in between.


Romper is a site for a new generation of women figuring out what motherhood means for us.

Romper chronicles that crazy adventure — its highs and its lows — in a way that’s thoughtful, honest, and fun. Here, you’ll find personal stories, life hacks, expert advice, celebrity news and interviews, recipes, fashion and beauty tips, and daily coverage of the issues you and we care about most — not just as parents but as people. We get that we're all still who we were before we had kids, just with less time to hang out and the best possible incentive to get our acts together.

Our team of writers and editors, like our readers, come to parenting from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. Whether you’re a single mom, your kid has special needs, you’re LGBT, you adopted, your family is multiracial or blended, you work outside your house, you're with your kids all day, you always wanted to be a mom, or it happened unexpectedly, only you know your life. What we share is an interest in what we can learn from each other and, especially, the voices that don't always get heard.

We're psyched about motherhood — and a lot of other things, too.

The Outline is a new kind of publication founded by journalists and storytellers.

We want to help you understand the world better, feed your curiosity, challenge your assumptions, and show you something new.We’re dedicated to telling the right stories for right now, and our coverage is focused on the increasingly complex confluence of culture, power, and technology.


The Zoe Report is a trusted destination made for and by women who live and breathe personal style.

Founded by Rachel Zoe in 2009, The Zoe Report delivers the need-to-know in fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and everything in between. That means we'll show you the must-have trends of the season, coach you through your biggest beauty qualms, and even help you rationalize buying that investment piece.

With The Zoe Report's shopping-driven content, our editors seek to empower women to build, experiment, and cultivate their own personal look, acting as a virtual stylist with deep expertise about the latest trends, where to find them, and how to wear them — before anyone else does.

But above all else, The Zoe Report team recognizes that personal style is more than just indulging in the trend cycle — it's the ultimate form of self-expression, no matter how expansive or tiny your closet is. We don't take ourselves too seriously — and that's the real fun of it.

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