Dazed & Confused is a British style magazine that was set up in 1992 and published monthly. Its founding editors were Jefferson Hack and Rankin. The topics that are covered include music, fashion, film, art, and literature.
With the demise of both The Face and Sleazenation, Dazed & Confused now exists alongside old rival i-D.
Beginning as a black-and-white folded poster published sporadically, the magazine soon turned full colour, promoted with London club nights.
In November 2006, Dazed launched a new web based strand of the magazine titled DazedDigital.com, which delivers fashion, film, music and art news and special online events.
They relaunched their site on September 7, 2010 under the project title "Dazed Digital REACTIVATE". With a countdown in the days prior to the relaunch, the new site did not go live until there were 10,000 simultaneous viewers; this target was reached in 22 minutes. The new site launched as first UK online publisher using an HTML5 site.