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.
Plus, 2020's impact on magazine publishing frequency.
Bright reds, oranges and yellows ruled the night.
Plus, the program's Selection Committee welcomed four new, big-name judges.
After landing a spot among the 2015 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalists — and getting big in Japan — the New York-based designer is branching out into womenswear that evokes his beachy, laid-back spirit.
This year's winner will receive $400,000 to invest in his or her label, with two runners-up receiving $150,000.
It's a good time to be a young designer.