Two years into her role as editor-in-chief, New York Magazine’s fashion vertical is a more diverse publication, but also one that’s operating in a different environment than it was in 2021.
The backlash to McCammond’s racist tweets, which surfaced amid a wave of anti-Asian violence, has only worsened in the two weeks since Condé Nast hired the Axios reporter to head its youth publication.
This week, Lindsay Peoples Wagner returns to New York Magazine’s The Cut, while Tiffany gets an executive shakeup following the completion of its acquisition by LVMH.
The youngest leader of a Condé Nast title is returning to New York Magazine and succeeding Stella Bugbee.
Four months after renewed demands for racial justice hit the fashion and beauty industries, what — beyond symbolic gestures — has been done, and what will it take to make initiatives like the 15 Percent Pledge work?