Plus, Alaïa is bringing back its Relax line.
Plus, Kellie Brown designs a capsule for Amazon's The Drop.
Plus, Natalia Bryant signs with IMG.
Plus, how normcore staples became this season's biggest luxury.
Plus, Anna Wintour talks the Kamala Harris 'Vogue' cover.
For publications to remain relevant, inclusivity has to be about much more than just who makes the cover.
Joan Smalls, Brandon Maxwell, Aurora James, Prabal Gurung and more weigh in.
Plus, what's killing department stores.
The music legend is passing along his complexion philosophy via a genderless brand called Humanrace.
"I always just want to make a beautiful picture, something that tells a story."
The newly-promoted vice president of fashion at Bustle Digital Group walks us through her career, from assisting on photoshoots to starring on a reality TV show.
Using products from her new Rare Beauty line, of course.
The model and actor stars in the magazine's "Future of Beauty" issue.
Plus, the problematic history of the term "dreadlocks" and Tracy Reese on how fashion can become anti-racist.
Plus, meet the first Black photographer to shoot a "Vanity Fair" cover.
Plus, Patagonia details a cautious plan for reopening.
Plus, Beautycon's problems continue to mount.
Jihyo of Twice appears on its May 2020 print edition, while JB of GOT7 stars in a special digital cover.
"These interactive digital events can ultimately shift the way we connect with each other, conduct business and sell to consumers in a more personalized way in a post-Corona world."
Plus, luxury brands are now advertising all over Twitter.
The "Pose" actor and red carpet maven fronts the magazine's first issue of 2020.
Plus, Chanel reschedules show due to national strike in Paris.
Plus, why 'Project Runway' couldn't save the designer.