The Monday Born founder shares how she anticipates industry trends and stays out of all the drama that plagues so many other beauty YouTubers.
The designers kept in touch after Rogers interned for Taylor in 2015, and have been each other's cheerleaders ever since. Here, they discuss their relationship, how their internship experiences shaped their respective careers and what they've learned along the way.
Six One remains one of the only Black-, female-owned beauty and wellness brand building firms in existence.
The founder of Sandrine Charles Consulting and co-founder of the Black in Fashion Council talks how she navigated her career in PR and what inspires her about fashion.
"I acutely understand that beauty is so specific to different cultures and different backgrounds — that element of the storytelling is so exciting to me."
Working in fashion wasn't something she'd ever considered. But looking back, she says she's been the most successful at "willing to align myself to get where I want to go."
An in-depth look at the career of the Kylie-Jenner-approved #dewydumplings originator.
Her first break in the industry was at Baby Phat in the early 2000s. Now she works on the global athletic brand's biggest partnerships, including Pyer Moss and Gigi Hadid.
We turned to top industry experts for some firsthand advice.
Building a career in fashion is evolving with the volatile industry.
The creative talent behind Ezra Miller's trippy, multi-eye illusion look from the 2019 Met Gala has had a somewhat unconventional career path.
After watching her body — once her only resource — "give out," she new she had to make a bold move.
He's gone from the shop floor to the buying departments of Selfridges and Mr. Porter to, currently, Nordstrom's VP of Men's Fashion.
Since getting laid off from a job in ad sales, Bhatty has become a go-to makeup artist for cool-girl actresses of all skin tones.
"It's an ever changing world for makeup artists, but I think that's what makes it exciting and that's what keeps me energized and going after almost 30 years being in the business."
Not to mention the founder of a beloved New York City nail salon and an eponymous line of polish.
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The veteran beauty editor discusses why she's switching to the brand side of things — and why now is a particularly transformative time for the company.
She'll be the cosmetics company's chief creative officer.
It's not just about hair. It's about a lifestyle.
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