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It’s been a year like no other. 2015 was filled with highs and lows, with special celebrations and shocking revelations both shared on the world stage and captured in the pages of Texture magazines.

Out of over 2,500 issues published in Texture throughout the year, which ones were most read and most buzzed about? Explore the Texture Top Stories of 2015 below—from Caitlyn Jenner’s big reveal in Vanity Fair to New York Magazine’s history-making cover on Cosby and the 35 women that came forward.

Just tap the article titles to revisit the most-read stories of the year, or claim your free trial to start enjoying full access to all the world’s best magazines.


Caitlyn Jenner: He says Goodbye, She says Hello

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair made news with the exclusive first look at Caitlyn Jenner, along with the intimate, behind-the-scenes story of how an icon of American masculinity finally became the woman she needed to be.

Bill Cosby: The Thirty-Five Women

New York Magazine

One by one, they came forward with stories of being drugged and raped or assaulted by Bill Cosby, finding safety in their staggering number and a society finally ready to believe them.

Saturday Night Live at 40

Rolling Stone

Live from New York: A passionate, opinionated, irresponsible breakdown of the 40 years and 141 cast members of SNL. As fans know, part of loving the show is surfing the highs and lows.

Secrets of the Most Productive People

Fast Company

From the halls of Google and Microsoft to high-end kitchens and the L.A. mayor’s office, ultra-busy professionals (including Oprah Winfrey, Aziz Ansari and DJ Steve Aoki) offer the best ways to cut through the noise.


How to Have 106 Babies (and Counting)


After years of donating sperm the “normal” way, Ed Houben began cutting out the middleman and getting it done as nature prefers. And this babymaker is in greater demand than ever. We imagine you have some questions.

The Truth about Car Insurance

Consumer Reports

What you don’t know about car insurance can hurt you. Consumer Reports’ special investigation exposes the unfair and hidden practices behind your policy.

The Donald Has Landed


Hit the campaign trail with the GOP’s renegade billionaire, who paints himself as the people’s champion.

The Kennedys: The Hidden Daughter


More than seven decades after JFK’s troubled sister Rosemary was left disabled by a disastrous lobotomy, the heartbreaking details of a dynasty’s darkest secret are revealed.


Inside the Hack of the Century


A cyber-invasion brought Sony Pictures to its knees. Here, the story of what really happened, why Sony should have seen it coming, and why corporate America should be terrified.

Rethinking Drinking

Real Simple

New research shows that many women are drinking too much, and it’s often habit, not addiction, to blame. A look at the current (and complicated) relationship women have with drinking, and how to make it a healthier one.

Ben Affleck: He's Dating the Nanny

Us Weekly

Amid rumors that Ben Affleck was romancing his children’s nanny behind his wife Jennifer Garner’s back, the sitter told friends that she was in love with the Batman star.

The Shape of Things to Come

The New Yorker

Meet Sir Jonathan Ive, the senior VP of design widely regarded as Apple’s greatest asset. How the notoriously shy artist rose to the top, and his take on the future of Apple post-Jobs.