Sharma joins the magazine from NowThis, where she has worked since 2014 in roles including managing editor and senior correspondent. Sharma will
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?
Some argue that, in their role as gatekeepers, fashion’s powerful public relations agencies keep doors closed for people of colour. What are they doing to rethink their practices?
The company became one of the world’s most influential publishers by packaging and selling a vision of a specific type of wealth and privilege, an image that was also baked into the publisher's internal culture. Now, amid resignations and workplace turmoil, current and former employees say that this culture is frustrating the company’s efforts to evolve.
Many brands have expanded their foundation shade ranges and added more black models to their marketing campaigns. But the uneven response to the George Floyd protests shows the industry has a long way to go.
This week, Alannah Weston succeeds her father as chairman of the Selfridges Group, while Jodie Chan joins Carolina Herrera as vice president of global marketing and communications.
This week, LVMH names Sophie Brocart as chief executive of Jean Patou, while Jessica Pels is appointed editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan.
It’s not just Teen Vogue. Readers are flocking to the websites of Glamour and Cosmo, and they’re responding with aggressive political reporting.
Marie Suter, currently the creative director for W, Teen Vogue, Allure and Them, helped define a new visual era at the legacy publisher.