Creative Director, Vogue Italia
The recently appointed creative director of Vogue Italia, known for his innovative and modern approach to fashion communication, revealed his first issue for the title in July 2019.
The hairstylist’s work can be seen in the pages of Vogue, i-D and AnOther, and he has led shows and campaigns for Balenciaga, Fendi and Loewe.
The seasoned hairstylist has turned the male-dominated profession on its head with her rave scene-inspired, queer-centric aesthetic.
The British photographer’s bleached and digitally manipulated aesthetic has quickly become a new fashion favourite among the likes of Vogue, Gucci and Louis Vuitton.
The newcomer’s photography talent is quickly redefining Chinese fashion photography and was recognised by China’s Dazed, Harper’s Bazaar and GQ titles.
Co-Founders, Jacobs + Talbourdet-Napoleone
Since founding their namesake creative agency in 2016, the married couple have applied their artistic and strategic know-how to brands such as Zara, Lacoste and Nina Ricci.
Inspired by her Jamaican and Nigerian heritage, the photographer focuses on the subjects of identity and diversity, capturing the attention of British Vogue, i-D and WSJ Magazine.
The artist behind infamous record covers has created some of fashion’s most celebrated logos, playing a key role in Burberry’s new brand identity, launched in 2018.
Creative Director, Dazed
The stylist and creative director is one of the industry’s most influential talents, known for his striking editorial imagery and diverse cultural references.
The casting director behind Rihanna’s Fenty campaign presents a fresh, diverse take on model representation.
The photographer and filmmaker has turned fashion imagery on its head with her signature use of lo-fi aesthetics inspired by the 1990s and 2000s.
The fashion journalist and stylist has dedicated herself to facilitating the fashion system’s awareness of disability dressing for over 20 years.
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