The three-part book series, Deconstructing Design: The Evolution of Fashion Magazines, explores the evolution of editorial design, with a specific focus on fashion publications, over the course of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. This series approaches editorial design with an awareness of the world beyond the fashion industry considering how the sociopolitical, technological and cultural landscape of each period has influenced the evolution of editorial design. The books showcase how fashion magazines have been successful in challenging ideology and normative thinking as well as how they have failed at times, presenting regressive content. Further, this series illuminates how niche publications have given a voice to minority cultures and groups in crisis, while more commercial publications have forced the public to confront timely global issues. Given the tumultuous nature of contemporary Western society, it is crucial to empower designers to be bold and share their truest voice. Deconstructing Design: The Evolution of Fashion Magazines emphasizes the ability for editorial designers to incite change and that fashion publications can contribute to the diversification and progression of society when they dare to be different.