What happened to the most promising brand in American fashion?
How can an exclusive business built on keeping people out let more people in?
Editor-in-chief Samira Nasr lays out her vision for Harper’s Bazaar: more serious, more inclusive — but still obsessed with those new Hermès clogs.
Fashion insiders including Remo Ruffini, Dries Van Noten, Samira Nasr, Virgil Abloh and José Neves were joined by experts from the wider worlds of science, technology, politics, economics and more to reflect on a year of global crisis and what’s next for the fashion industry and beyond.
Industry leaders including Remo Ruffini, Dries Van Noten and Harper’s Bazaar’s Samira Nasr offered ideas on how to solve some of fashion’s biggest problems, from outdated approaches to showing, delivering and discounting collections to the need for more meaningful inclusion.
Harper’s Bazaar ’s new editor in chief Samira Nasr announced a major hire on Monday, poaching GQ ’s deputy fashion director Nikki Ogunnaike to become
This week Harper’s Bazaar appointed its first black editor in the magazine’s 153-year history, while beauty giant L’Oréal announced the transgender model will consult on its diversity and inclusion advisory board.
Currently Vanity Fair's executive fashion director, the stylist will succeed Glenda Bailey as the magazine’s first black editor.