The designer Kerby Jean-Raymond took BoF and founder Imran Amed to task on social media this week, criticising what he saw as the publication’s shallow approach to inclusivity. His comments found support among a diverse group of fashion insiders.
This week, LVMH names Sophie Brocart as chief executive of Jean Patou, while Jessica Pels is appointed editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan.
Condé Nast has named a successor to Phillip Picardi, who is exiting the publisher this month to lead Out Magazine.
The fashion unicorn’s F-1 filing with US securities regulators contains previously undisclosed information on the company’s operations and financials.
The lead up to the awards had little in the way of demonstrations tied to the industry’s sexual misconduct scandals.
This week, Courrèges has appointed Christina Ahlers as its new chief executive, while Phillip Picardi has been named chief content officer at Teen Vogue.
The global economy is stronger than ever, yet some worry that a picture-of-health economy indicates trouble not so far ahead.
The news network’s head of social media will replace Cindi Leive as the head of the magazine.
To round off the year, we revisit the articles that sparked the most debate, yielded the biggest insights, and got the fashion industry talking in 2017. Today, we highlight some of the top Business stories.
Other titles, including GQ, W and Glamour, will reduce frequency as the stalwart publisher works to reimagine itself as a leading digital player.
The new multi-platform title — called Them — was conceived by Teen Vogue’s Phillip Picardi. Newly appointed chief revenue officer Pamela Drucker Mann sees it as a template for launching future brands.
How did Teen Vogue become a cultural hit driving blockbuster traffic? Phillip Picardi and Elaine Welteroth tell all.