In 1986, Harper's and Queen was a fashion and society magazine. It was an amalgamation of the British society magazine Queen which was first published in 1861, and Harper's Bazaar which started life as an American fashion magazine in 1867. In 2005, Harper's and Queen changed its name to Harper's Bazaar, with the emphasis on Bazaar. The change of name was an attempt to relinquish the upper-crust image of Harper's and Queen.
Jennifer's Diary was an account of the social life of the English upper classes which began in the Tatler, and then moved to Queen and Harper's and Queen. The original Jennifer was Betty Kenward who died in 2001. Jennifer's Diary was discontinued in 2004, shortly before Harper's and Queen changed its name.