She joins politicians like Sen. Kamala Harris and Rep. Ilhan Omar in becoming cover stars during the 2020 election cycle.
Plus, Christopher John Rogers talks growing his company with Business of Fashion.
Plus, nail salons are struggling — and pivoting — amidst the pandemic.
Much of the Spring 2021 hair and makeup seemed to have been an afterthought — but a handful of defiantly optimistic looks shone through.
From New York to Paris, from actual runway shows to digital presentations, it's been... an interesting Fashion Month.
The designer talks quarantine doodling, establishing house codes and "making really specific, intentional clothes."
Plus, makeup artist Scott Osbourne on his inspirations and bold looks.
The spread features looks by Aliétte, Christopher John Rogers, Cushnie, Hanifa and more.
Accompanied by a flawless blowout of course.
Designer sandals, floral-print skirts and more.
ICON 360, which aims to provide grants to designers of color who have been affected by the coronavirus, will host a virtual fundraiser with prominent editors, influencers, stylists and other industry folks.
As Covid-19 disruptions continue, these creatives are dealing with new challenges and thinking on their feet.
Plus, what it means to be furloughed when you work in retail.
This designer-celebrity pairing is *chef's kiss*.
Saint Laurent and Bottega Veneta will be making Kering happy this year.
The absolute best from New York, London, Milan and Paris.
Come for the vampiric lip colors, stay for the dramatic face coverings.
After attending six nonstop days of runway shows, we edited them down to our top picks.
It's time to address the challenges facing American fashion head on.
He makes the case for clothes that take up space and colors that make you stand out.