More Black hair and makeup artists are getting plum high fashion gigs that once eluded them, writes Jason Campbell.
Harper’s Bazaar and Esquire have launched Saudi Arabian editions, signalling a drive toward localisation in the Middle East that locals say is long overdue.
This week, the luxury group appointed LVMH veteran Philippe Fortunato to oversee fashion and accessories, while the German suit maker tapped Daniel Grieder after his recent departure from Tommy Hilfiger.
This week, Kylie Jenner’s namesake cosmetics line names its CEO, while Lululemon taps a former Nike executive for chief brand officer.
Lebanon’s capital can’t compete in terms of scale, but a fearless new Beirut fashion school founded by Elie Saab proves there is more to play for in the Middle East than meets the eye.
The title shot Princess Hayfa bint Abdullah Al Saud behind the wheel of a red convertible for the cover as the kingdom prepares to become the last country in the world to allow women to drive.
In this week's Power Moves, Uniqlo has hired Rebekka Bay as creative director, and Michael Kors Holdings has named Thomas Edwards as executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Arnaut is the second man in a week to have been appointed to the helm of an edition of Vogue.
This week, Kering's chairman and chief executive stepped down from Puma's board of directors and Edward Enninful has been appointed editor-in-chief of British Vogue.
The Saudi princess has confirmed that she was fired as editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia after only two issues. It is understood that a new editor has already been appointed.
Vogue Arabia's strongest foothold is in the oil-rich countries of the Arabian Peninsula, where modern malls and a growing art scene are part of a wider push to get in on the multi-billion-dollar-a-year global fashion industry.
In her outlook for 2017, Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz says Beirut and Cairo remain very important but the region has experienced instability.