InStyle, Glamour and other titles are going online-only, but brands and publishers say the glossy format still has a role to play in telling stories — and driving revenue.
The Italian e-commerce firm named Yoox Net A Porter Group vet Alessandra Rossi chief executive officer, while British Vogue’s Olivia Singer will join i-D.
More Black hair and makeup artists are getting plum high fashion gigs that once eluded them, writes Jason Campbell.
Following launches in markets like China and Japan, the Vice Media Group-owned publication is further expanding its reach in Asia with the launch of
The London-born photographer, whose signature sun-soaked style subverts the industry’s outdated beauty ideals, has made history as the first Black woman to shoot the cover of both American and British Vogue.
Dazed, The Face and i-D are adopting new strategies to build upon and future-proof their legacies in a post-pandemic world.
For years, fashion’s top creative jobs have gone to a small pool of talent. The economic impact of the pandemic and demands for greater inclusivity may be changing that pattern.
In the face of social distancing measures, photographers have embraced new modes of image-making on platforms like Zoom and FaceTime. But the long-term impact of the crisis could go even deeper.
From hero worship and ‘class appropriation’ to subtle snobbery and downright discrimination, British fashion has an odd relationship with social class.
This week, Ganni appoints Nicholas Yates as chief financial officer from Pandora, while Bally promotes Chief Operating Officer Nicolas Girotto to the role of chief executive.
This week, Vogue International named a new editor-in-chief, while Chanel confirmed two top creative appointments following the death of Karl Lagerfeld.
This week, Neiman Marcus Group hires Darcy Penick as president of Bergdorf Goodman, while Helen David departs Harrods after 10 years at the retailer.