News & Analysis
18 September 2018
18 September 2018 • By Reuters
12 September 2018
12 September 2018 • By Kristina Ezhova
Letter from the Editor
30 April 2018
All around us there are signs of the growing influence of ordinary people. Now, anyone, anywhere can attract a following, promote a brand, build a business — and effect change. How are you going to use yours?
30 April 2018
The three-and-a-half-foot activist for inclusion makes a powerful case for why, in the age of internet-powered influence, it no longer makes financial sense for fashion brands to only cater to the bell curve of society.
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