After September 2020's "hope" theme, they're now all coming together in the name of "creativity" for March.
Plus, Anna Wintour talks the Kamala Harris 'Vogue' cover.
Plus, Planned Parenthood of Greater New York publishes 2020 holiday gift guide.
Which means new titles for Anna Wintour, Edward Enninful, Amy Astley, Will Welch and more.
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Lizzo, Sarah Burton, Ethan James Green and Jonathan Anderson will join previously confirmed speakers Daniel Lee, Alber Elbaz and Virgil Abloh.
Plus, Robin Givhan examines fashion's racial reckoning.
They're all coming together under one theme: "Hope."
Plus, Anok Yai pens an op-ed about racism in fashion.
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It's part of the effort to support American designers amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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In case you weren't convinced before, this is official proof that the world is turning upside down.
The U.S. edition of the magazine is titled 'Our Common Thread.'
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Wintour spoke about about her family life before asking that viewers financially support the American fashion ecosystem.
She reassured the fashion community in a much more casual look than normal.
Applications for "A Common Thread" opened on the CFDA website.
"I have been doing fashion since 2000. I've been doing this a really long time — more than people actually realize."
Daniel Lee, Alber Elbaz and Virgil Abloh are slated to speak.
Here's hoping for a "timeless" red carpet.
The Duchess of Sussex cheered on her friend Serena Williams alongside none other than the 'Vogue' editor-in-chief herself.