Maura Brannigan is the editor-at-large at Fashionista. You may have previously recognized her byline as senior editor at Fashionista, but before that, she worked in digital at magazines like Lucky (RIP) and Marie Claire. Here, you'll often find her writing about the fashion, retail and design industries, with a focus on environmentalism, ethical and sustainable supply chains, consumer culture and more.
The chart-topping girl group has their pick of the high-fashion litter. But dressing them isn't quite so simple.
With more than 4 million followers, chances are you already know the 19-year-old as a model, creator and Rick Owens aficionado. But you may soon know him as a designer, too.
As TikTok stars start exploring mainstream fame outside the platform, stylists are helping them level up to get there.
Someone Somewhere has increased the monthly income of its artisans — located across five of Mexico's lowest-income states — by 300%.
The Colombian brand taps into nature, art and the human body to create the kind of accessories you'll want to pass down through generations.
A shopper's-first primer on the promising world of on-demand manufacturing.
The multi-tasking advocacy organization and retailer launched in 2018 with the mission to make healing resources more inclusive for all.
Founder Nadine Joseph was working in a research lab before ancient healing herbs and mushroom changed her life.
The internet-beloved beauty influencer on parabens, sunscreen and democratic socialism.
The Swiss luxury brand partnered with environmental activist and mountaineer Dawa Steven Sherpa on a series of high-risk conservation expeditions, from Everest to Kilimanjaro.
Can the humble consignment store replicate its famously intimate in-person shopping experience online? That's the plan.
A new wave of accelerator programs is stepping up to solve some of the industry's biggest, most destructive pain points.
If it feels like calming earth tones are everywhere, that's because they are. And there's a reason for it.
"A lot of people in fashion don't understand that you can't easily gift a rug or table. It doesn't work the same as it does for a dress or a pair of shoes."
Be it via trippy toadstool motifs or calming adaptogenic blends, fungi are sprouting into our consumer lives.
As outdoor apparel scoops up more market share, field testing is becoming a more lucrative step in the product development process.
Like so many industries, the COVID-19 pandemic has put the nation's artisanal footwear trade at risk.
Elvie has plans to become the first-ever global women's health tech brand. But it has some taboos to shatter first.
The Vancouver-based demi-fine line has been around since 2011, yet it's still a blast of fresh air.
She considers this salad dressing to be like candy.
At luxury houses, shoes play an integral role in the artistic and commercial success of the company. But they're so much more for the people designing them.