Contrary to popular belief, NYLON is not only read by "hipsters" and "indie kids," although they certainly make up a large percentage of the "letters to the editors."
Although it can sometimes be overbearingly pretentious and preoccupied with being unique, NYLON provides a nice alternative to the mass-produced "Seventeen" and "Cosmo" magazines that are so popular today. As long as you don't buy into every word of every article, NYLON can be an enjoyable magazine that introduces you to new ways of dressing, up-and-coming bands, and more.
casual NYLON reader: "Yeah, NYLON is pretty cool. I loved how they featured Lily Allen, she makes really catchy music, but she's not nearly as overrated as Miley Cyrus or PCD. And their fashion layouts gave me some awesome ideas for new outfits! That one article by that 'It Girl' was way over the top, though. She made it sound like every girl who listens to mainstream music every once in a while is some kind of blood traitor. It was so 'holier-than-thou!'"
Guy #2: I believe most people call it Nawlins.
Mayor of New Orleans: Both pronunciations are acceptable.