Nylon is an American magazine and digital media company that focuses on pop culture and fashion. Its coverage includes art, beauty, music, design, celebrities, technology and travel. Its name references New York and London. Dana Fields is the Publisher and Marc Luzzatto is the executive chairman and principal owner.
Demi Lovato was on the cover of the December 2013/January 2014 issue of Nylon magazine.
There are pop stars, and then there is Demi Lovato. In just this year alone, the multi-hyphenate released her fourth album (the double platinum Demi) a new book and a nail art collaboration with The New Black -- all in addition to her current gig as a judge on Fox's music competition The X Factor, where she regularly spurs on Simon Cowell and injects a welcome dose of energy into the TV show. Oh, and did we mention that the singer-actress, who got her start on Barney, is just 21 years old? 
I look at my life and think, 'There's not enough time.' I co-directed my last two videos, and I have this dream of being behind the camera and one day directing my own movie. I want to host my own show and be a younger Oprah. I want to write songs for other artists. I want to be an author. I want my own makeup line, and my own skincare line. I want to do a lot more philanthropy work, and for a while there I thought I wanted to go to law school.
—Demi on Multitasking
When I went into rehab, I deleted my Twitter...I didn't want to force anything. My parents came to visit, and I asked if people knew yet, and they said, 'Yeah, it's everywhere.' And they were like, 'How do you want to handle this? We can say it's a personal time and we don't have to tell them what you're in here for, or we can just be 100 percent honest and show them that you can get through it and other people can get through it, too.'
—Demi on Staying Honest With Fans
When I was on the Disney Channel, I wanted to get my nose pierced in the middle, so that I could flip it up during filming, and flip it down at night to let the wild child side come out. Turns out, I didn't need the nose ring.
—Demi on Finding Her Own Look