New York Magazine has changed its cover image to a woman on a bicycle, with the words “Low Rider” written on it, the New York Post reported on Wednesday.
The change comes after the magazine said it was losing its iconic title to “New York.”
In September, the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Lisa Rosenthal, tweeted that the title “New Yorker” would be replaced by “Low Riders.”
The title “Lowrider Magazine” would then go by “LRC Magazine.”
Rosenthal has since apologized, tweeting that the magazine had a “great team and we all know we made a mistake.”
“Our team and I sincerely apologize for the confusion caused,” Rosenthal wrote in a follow-up tweet.
The “Low rider” title is part of the magazine that has become synonymous with its flagship title, which launched in the mid-1970s.
It has been the magazine most associated with the title since the publication’s launch, when it first launched its magazine.
In recent years, however, the title has been used to refer to a variety of other publications and brands, including The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Esquire, and Vice.