The Creative Class
19 September 2018
In a world that’s tiring of fashion photography that prizes artifice, shuns diversity and exploits sexuality, Alexi Lubomirski, who famously shot Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding pictures, is after something more authentic, ethical, thoughtful.
29 May 2018
News & Analysis
21 April 2018
21 April 2018 • By John Ortved
Raf Simons Is Joining Prada. What Does it Mean for the Italian Megabrand?
Outdoor Voices CEO Tyler Haney Steps Down As Losses Mount
Glossier Presses Pause on ‘Play,’ Rethinks Makeup Strategy
In Milan, the End of Fashion for Instagram?
Coronavirus Is Disrupting Fashion's Global Supply Chain. Here's What Brands Can Do.
How Daniel Lee Reinvented Bottega Veneta
Why Tommy Hilfiger Is Still Standing
Victoria's Secret's New Owner Has a History With Troubled Brands
Can Fashion’s New Activists Make Sustainability Sexy?
What Being a Fashion Photographer Really Costs
A New Wonderland at Marni
Adidas, Puma Warn Of Coronavirus Hit to China Business
One Year After Karl, Where Do Chanel and Fendi Go From Here?
In London, an Antidote to Insta-Bait
Simone Rocha’s Saintly Secret
Pleasure and Pain at Fendi
L'Oréal's Online Makeup Sales Rose in China in February
Victoria's Secret: Bargain of the Century?
The Verdict on Milan Fashion Week
Drunk Elephant Got the Big Fancy Exit. Now What?
Giantism at Burberry
The Church of Gucci