This week, Missoni appoints a former Giorgio Armani executive to CEO, while Condé Nast hires its first ever global chief communications officer.
The deal marks the biggest move yet by Vice Chief Executive Officer Nancy Dubuc, who has been trying to revive the once high-flying media company since taking over last year.
Suffering from the perils of the 'greater fool' theory, Vice Media is being scrutinised for raising hundreds of millions of dollars with not enough to show for it. But fashion has its own set of heavily funded media brands with business models that may not be sustainable.
Once conceived as a lifestyle-focused offshoot of i-D, Vice Media’s growing fashion and luxury group is repositioning the property to target affluent, experience-seeking men.
This week, Vice Media's president and chief digital officer are placed on leave after sexual harassment allegations, while plus size representation in magazines still has a long way to go.
This week, Paul Andrew is appointed women's creative director of Salvatore Ferragamo, while Vice Media names Tammy Smulders as president of its fashion group.
Following a series of fashion acquisitions, Vice co-president Andrew Creighton lays out the company’s plans to win over fashion and luxury advertisers.
Garage has named Thessaly La Force to the role of editor-in-chief. Founder Dasha Zhukova will become the title’s editorial director.
The rise of digital platforms is unleashing new potential for indie fashion and youth media in China, challenging the dominance of legacy media players.
Global youth media juggernaut Vice has taken a controlling stake in Starworks Group, creating a combined brand development and media offering targeting the fashion industry.
How three of fashion's leading youth media brands are deploying next-generation strategies to compete for millennial mindshare.
i-D and Dazed, two of fashion's most respected youth-focused media companies, are adopting new digital-age approaches to content, platform and monetisation.