For Alexander Wang, the Real Reviews Are the Sell-Throughs
The designer spoke about his work at Balenciaga, his uneasy relationship with the word "cool" and creating a luxury retail environment for shoppers.
Marisa Tomei Is the Secret Star of the Céline Fall Campaign
How did Daria feel about this?
Dolce & Gabbana Reportedly Threatens Condé Nast, Cara Shows Her Soccer Skills
Plus, Cara Delevingne has mad soccer skills. Kinda.
'T' Magazine Hires New Critics, Senior Features Editor
Fresh blood at the 'New York Times Style Magazine.'
North West Did Not Wear Makeup for Vogue, Scarlett Johansson Covers WSJ, Fur Is Worth as Much as Wi-Fi
And Bill Murray's golf outfits are the best ever.
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Allison Williams Is Engaged, Kendall Jenner Arrives in Paris, Coach Gets Big in China
And Michelle Rodriguez might want to have a baby with Cara Delevingne...?
Our Top 5 Street Style Snaps from New York Fashion Week: Day 4
While the rest of the world was enjoying a nice, leisurely Sunday brunch, the fashion set was still working hard mid-fashion week. But just because it's a day of rest doesn't mean they left their sense of style at home! On day four, we saw the blogger La Petite Anglaise herself, Ella Catliff, as well as editors Caroline Issa and Christina Pérez.
InStyle, Vogue, Elle Lead Pack in Ad Pages for 2013
March 2013 may have been a good month for glossies, but the rest of the first half of the year wasn't nearly as sunny.
Karl Lagerfeld to Pen a Column for WSJ Magazine
It sounds like WSJ's new editor Kristina O’Neill is off to a good start putting her own spin on the magazine following Deborah Needleman's departure. She's hired a new columnist whose name you might recognize: Karl Lagerfeld.
Harper's Bazaar Loses Third Senior Editor in Under a Month
Let the poaching begin. Kristina O’Neill has been in her new role as editor-in-chief of WSJ for only one week (she officially started on October 29), but she's already poached at least one senior editor from Harper's Bazaar, where she previously worked for 10 years.
Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen Are WSJ's Innovators of the Year
Despite some recent editorial shakeups, WSJ Magazine successfully hosted its second annual Innovator of the Year Awards at the MoMA last night. Anna Wintour wore Dior by Raf Simons, Julianne Moore wore Alexander Wang and Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen became award winners yet again for their clothing line The Row.
Anne Slowey, Kate Lanphear and Anne Christensen Were Reportedly Turned Down for that WSJ EIC Job
Yesterday, we reported that Kristina O’Neill, formerly of Harper’s Bazaar, would be replacing Deborah Needleman as editor-in-chief of WSJ. And today, WWD has a little more dirt on the subject--namely, who was passed over for the coveted position.
Was Deborah Needleman Negotiating With T Before Sally Singer Was Fired?
Since new T EIC Deborah Needleman has only been at her new job for all of three days, she hasn't really been divulging much about her plans for the magazine to the press yet. However, WWD has learned from "sources" that she definitely has some plans--and demands. In fact, the trade alleges that Needleman "started negotiating with the Times while Singer was still holding court on the sixth floor."
The September Covers Are Here! And We've Got All 42 of 'Em
We hope your bags and backs are ready because it's nearly that time of year again! That's right--the September issues are upon us! As Candy Pratt's