Sure, there are big name fashion and style magazines like Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar and InStyle, and then there are style magazines that are a little bit edgier and contemporary, and this gallery of Dazed and Confused editorials demonstrates just why the British magazine deserves to be on that list.
The London-based magazine has been around since 1992 when it was founded by Jefferson Hack and photographer Rankin. The magazine has gone on to become extremely influential and is one of the heavy hitters today.
Dazed and Confused was the first to feature some huge stars on its cover, including Alicia Keys, Eminem, Pharrell, Hilary Swank and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Check out this gallery of provocative Dazed and Confused editorials for a look into one of the most talked about magazines in the industry.
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