Fashionista's next "How to Make It in Fashion" conference is taking place in New York City on Nov. 4, and with our lineup of speakers, you're not going to want to miss out. A highlight on the agenda? A conversation with none other than fashion critic Cathy Horyn.
Horyn joined the New York Times as chief fashion critic in 1999, and has steadily been establishing herself as one of the industry's most trusted voices ever since. She was awarded the CFDA’s Eugenia Sheppard Media Award in 2002. After stepping away from the Times in 2014, she joined The Cut as critic-at-large in January of 2015, where she's continued to offer her sharp take on fashion. In between all that, Horyn found the time to write "Joe Eula: Master of Twentieth-Century Fashion Illustration."
If you want to hear Horyn's advice for making it as a fashion writer and critic, this is one event you won't want to miss. Because you'll also get to hear from the likes of Linda Rodin and Christian Siriano, and take in panels on the rise of menswear, how to get a fashion label off the ground and what it means to be an influencer today; and get one-on-one mentoring with someone who's made it in your chosen field. See the full agenda and get your tickets today, right here.