Journalist, Author and Commentator
The former editor helmed British Vogue magazine for 25 years and now joined the online fashion marketplace as an advisor.
Editor-in-Chief & Chief Content Officer, Vogue US & Conde Nast
The ultimate editor and industry powerbroker has led the world’s most influential fashion magazine for decades and is Condé Nast’s chief content officer.
Her transatlantic agency represents many of the industry’s most in-demand creative talents, such as Juergen Teller and Tim Walker.
Renowned for her layered reference points and cerebral styling at American Vogue, she got her start at The Face magazine in London.
Having discovered makeup’s transformative power at a young age, she has worked for top brands and launched her own cosmetics line.
Former President & Chief Creative Officer, Burberry
With Angela Ahrendts, he transformed a staid British label into a coveted luxury megabrand with a focus on digital innovation.
The seasoned British fashion critic and journalist has spent decades writing for major publications, writing fashion tomes and supporting young designers.
Creative Director, DJA
Best known for his long-time collaboration with Prada, he helped many leading luxury brands shape their visual identities.
The monumental stylist has worked many runway shows and now serves as the Global Creative Director for Wella Professional.
Former Editor-in-Chief, Harper’s Bazaar US
She transformed Harper’s Bazaar into a sophisticated title with dynamic shoots of dressed-up celebrities in unexpected situations.
Former Creative-Director-At-Large, Vogue US
When a car accident ended her modeling career, she began creating dreamy, fantastical fashion narratives for American Vogue.
One of the industry’s most sought-after coiffeurs began his career creating looks for the pivotal ‘90s Calvin Klein runways.
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