The web site decided not to publish Monday “to create more space for the conversations carrying over from this weekend’s protests.”
Most winners did not get their moment in the spotlight as there were no acceptance speeches, with the exception of Esquire’s David Granger, who was inducted into the hall of fame.
Magazine publishers are pushing back the newsstand release date of the most important issue of the year to September instead of August due to the coronavirus.
More than 80 brands have participated, including Chanel, Gucci, Cartier, Carolina Herrera and Unilever.
Despite a recent surge in subscriptions, the magazine is making steep cuts to employees.
The announcement comes amid a growing backlash against publicly traded businesses tapping into the funds.
Advertisers are cutting back despite increasing engagement across its magazines, local news sites and broadcast outlets.
Currently, only print employees at People Magazine, one of Meredith’s prized possessions, are unionized with the News Guild of New York.
More than 270 of the job losses took place at Viacom International, while 88 were at Showtime.