In The Magazine

Massy Arias

Instagram fitness star Massy Arias goes into superhero mode on the cover of Latina’s May 2016 Body issue. The Dominican fitness expert, who boasts 2 million followers on the social media platform, talks about the various ways exercise and proper nutrition helped her overcome depression, her brother’s bout with Burkitt lymphoma, and an abusive relationship. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand April 5, 2016.

Pure Plus: Three leading plus-size models—Denise Bidot, Alessandra Garcia-Lorido, Lornalitz Baez—are reshaping the fashion industry.

Eating to Live, or Living to Eat?: The two most common eating disorder among Latina are not what you think they are.

Battling “The Other Woman”: One Latina’s personal story of infidelity, “I was building a happy life as a young bride-to-be and mother when I discovered my fiancé had a mistress.

Genesis Rodriguez

Big Hero 6’s Genesis Rodríguez gives off green goddess vibes on the cover of Latina’s April 2016 Power issue. The Venezuelan and Cuban actress talks about being the daughter of legendary Latin American singer/actor Jose Luis “El Puma” Rodriguez, working in the no-holds barred world of telenovelas, and her upcoming film, Yoga Hosers, starring Johnny Depp and directed by Kevin Smith. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand March 8, 2016.

Power—The Latina Way: Six dynamic women tell us how they gained influence, how they use it, and how they keep it.

Pain and Release: Grammy-nominated R&B singer Kehlani’s hard-earned wisdom propels her to stardom.

I Can’t Afford To Be An Intern: Unpaid internships pay in experience. Uh, great—but what about the bills?

Strokes of Genius: Botero, Picasso, Gerzso and Frida Kahlo have sprung free from the museum walls onto chic and playful designs that making their way into your own collection.

Becky G

Platinum-selling artist Becky G dons an imperial look on the cover of Latina’s March 2016 Spring Style issue. The Mexican American Empire actress talks about her new upcoming album, dealing with her blossoming career, love in the limelight with former flame, Austin Mahone, and her anti-Donald Trump song, “We Are Mexico.” The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand Feb. 9, 2016.

Designers on the Rise: From Hollywood to the catwalk, Latino designers are dominating the scene.

Latina Lifeline Under Fire: Planned Parenthood is the leading provider of reproductive health services in the United States, and now the most misunderstood and attacked.

Born Again: Rosie Rivera, sister of the late Jenni Rivera, shares her story of dealing with childhood sexual abuse and how deep faith and devoted family helped her find the courage to live, and love, again.

America Ferrera

Emmy Award-winning actress America Ferrera looks flawless on the cover of Latina’s February 2016 Love issue. The Honduran American activist talks about her new NBC show, Superstore, her first lead acting role since her breakout role in Ugly Betty, using comedy as a weapon for sociopolitical change and body acceptance. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand January 5, 2016.

Drive Him Wild: Sky-high heels, naughty and nice lingerie, irresistible perfumes, entrancing love potions—our seduction guide will bring him to his knees.

Watch the Throne: Even after 16 years of the immortal Big Pun’s passing, he remains the greatest Latino rapper of all time.

The Gamble No One Should Take: Teen pregnancy usually gets the spotlight, but women in their 20s have much greater numbers of unwanted pregnancies.

Zoe Saldana
It's all about Zoe! On Latina’s December 2015/January 2016 cover, the New York City-raised Zoe Saldana speaks candidly to the outlet’s Director of Content, Shirley J. Velasquez, about hot button sociopolitical issues such as immigration and creating content specifically geared for Latinos via her deal with digital platform, Awestruck. The sci-fi queen also discusses the way she’s raising her twins by blending her vibrant Dominican and Puerto Rican cultures along with her husband’s (Marco Perego Saldana) Italian roots. Saldana also opens up about portraying jazz singer/civil rights activist Nina Simone in the upcoming biopic Nina. It’s a film marred with setbacks, but one she hopes to release one day to honor the late Simone correctly. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on November 10, 2015

Beyond I Do: There are battles that remain to be won.

Holiday Gift Guide: Latina rounded up the coolest gifts for even the hardest-to-please people on your list.

Jet-Set Style: From Aspen chic to Mexico beach vibes, we found the hottest looks (and spots) for your winter globetrotting.

Fifth Harmony
Harmonizers unite! Chart-topping pop group, Fifth Harmony, graces the cover of Latina’s 30 Under 30 November issue. For the first time in Latina’s storied history, two non-Latina celebrities (Normani Kordei Hamilton and Dinah Jane Hansen) are featured on the cover alongside their Latina band mates (Camila Cabello, Ally Brooke Hernandez, and Lauren Jauregui) representing the new multicultural face of America. In an intimate interview with Latina’s Entertainment Director, Jesus Triviño Alarcón, the former X-Factor contestants, individually talk about their personal life struggles and how they became an influence and advocates for feminism. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on October 6th, 2015.

The Real Hunger Games: A look at food deserts and what one Latino community is doing to conquer them.

Mexico Meets Austin: One chef is transforming the food philosophy of the Lone Star State—one mole at a time.

Sexier in Seconds: Up your makeup game with our fave celeb experts.

Of Love and Other Demons: In his latest cinematic masterpiece, 'Crimson Peak,' legendary Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro explores the monstrous side of amor.

Salma Hayek

In an intimate interview with Latina’s director of content, the Mexican-born, Oscar-nominated Salma Hayek, reveals herself not only as an actress, mother, producer, and entrepreneur but also as a global ambassador, a political activist, and a philanthropist. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on September 8th, 2015.

Raging Bull: With the unpredictable drug tale Sicario, Benicio del Toro talks about his return to epic form as one of the renowned actors of our time.

The Bold & The Beautiful : In honor of national Hispanic Heritage month, Latina asked the fiercest celebs around to share tips on being boss, gorgeous and totally badass.

The Hollywood Hot List: From comebacks to breakouts to multi-hyphenates, Latina features the Latinos whose star power grows brighter every day.

Bethany Mota

YouTube sensation-turned-entrepreneur/singer, Bethany Mota, stuns on the cover of Latina’s September 2015 issue. The young social media maven has never looked more grown up and shares with Latina how being cyber bullied affected her life, how she overcame depression, and how YouTube has changed her life into the whirlwind that it is today. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand August 11, 2015.

2015 Beauty Awards: It’s hard to impress Latinas when it comes to beauty! But we road tested about a gazillion new products to find the most wow-worthy ones that do just that.

The Bold & The Beautiful : Mexicano Diego Boneta, star of Fox’s comedy-horror series Scream Queens, is slaying it in luxe Morocco-inspired bohemian patterns, bold textures, and bright hues.

I Was Cyber-Bullied at Age 6: Tween actress Madison de la Garza, Demi Lovato’s hermanita, shares her horrible experience with online haters and how her sister helped her get to a place of self-acceptance.

Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz

The very funny and sexy ladies from the Golden Globe-winning show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz, grace the cover of Latina’s August 2015 issue, which is the publication's first ever comedy issue. The comedic actresses and real-life friends share with Latina childhood stories, keeping a straight face working with co-star Andy Samberg, comedy's boom of hilarious leading ladies and being part of the new multicultural generation of television. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand July 7, 2015.


Brown Don’t Frown: Laughter is always the best medicine. For Latinos, it’s better than Vicks Vaporub. Almost.

The Smart Girl’s Sol Guide: Having naturally gorgeous skin does not make you immune to skin cancer.

Denim Does It: Flattering flares, sexy distressed styles, cool jean accessories.

Fired Up: Wow your summer party guests with bodacious burgers!

Dascha Polanco

Orange Is the New Black star, Dascha Polanco, graces the cover of Latina’s June/July 2015 Entertainment issue. The curvaceous Dominican actress breaks down and gives Latina a very emotional in-depth look at her life — leaving the Dominican Republic with her parents to accomplish the American Dream, battling depression, being a single mom and body image. Polanco also unveils her newest hair color, thanks to L’Oreal Paris Feria. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand May 12, 2015. 

Hot Child in the City: Get ready for summer with the perfect swimsuit.

55 Summer Essentials for your Closet: What every chica needs.

Cartagena Chic: Designer Silvia Tcherassi shows us around town.

Summer Entertainment Blowout!: This season's guide to what to watch, listen, and read.