Reimagining a 00s Magazine with Iman Fandi

Relive our tweeny bopper fantasies with us in a special issue of Teen Observatory.

The New York Times said celebrity culture is burning. We think it just needs a face lift to shave off the past 20 years of problematic Tweets, Tik-Toks and cringey apology videos. The 2000s were simpler times, when celebrities were posters on our bedroom walls, not on our feeds. When we had fanfics instead of fancams. That’s why this month at Observatory, we pay homage to classic teen gossip magazines – the old school way of stargazing, pre-social media.