We spoke to designers, publicists and executives on how they’ve been making it in fashion for the past 10 years.
We're talking careers and why you should never be the girl who didn't go to Paris.
The founders of La Ligne, Reformation and Jennifer Meyer weigh in on self-doubt, sexism and more.
From cosmetics chemists to e-comm photographers, we talked to the people who do essential but out-of-the-spotlight jobs.
We asked five industry professionals about what you can do to impress their socks off.
Cool, corporate-friendly attire that won't put a dent in your wallet.
The (former?) celebrity stylist reflects on motherhood, fame and past assistants as she takes her business to the next level.
"It's not enough just to have a voice or to be creative."
The managing director of KCD's digital arm got her very first job out of college — as an assistant publicist at KCD — by calling the front desk. She hasn't slowed down since.
She launched an e-commerce site at 16, her own agency at 19 and now, at 25, she's the creative director of the upcoming label Biannual.
"It feels very optimistic to know that there are chapters, as opposed to an ending."
The 2016 CFDA Swarovski nominees spoke to Parsons students about how they're scaling their businesses.
Having a personal connection can make all the difference in this industry, but it's not a requirement.
You'll be asked about a lot more than just your resume.
We're putting our editors to work to answer some of the best professional-minded questions out there.
We asked editors-in-chief and other industry bosses how social media factors into their hiring process.
Sure, latex sounds office-appropriate!
Snapchat could be your downfall.