After September 2020's "hope" theme, they're now all coming together in the name of "creativity" for March.
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.
She comes to the legacy publisher with two decades worth of experience in elevating diversity and inclusion strategies at large companies.
Plus, Duchess Meghan Markle made a video chat appearance to celebrate the anniversary of her workwear capsule.
Plus, meet emergency room nurse and fashion entrepreneur Oluwole Olosunde.
Plus, Condé Nast is reportedly looking to break its lease at 1 World Trade Center.
These brands will work with the organization and the Human Rights Campaign to put policies into practice to demonstrate their commitment to Black employees at all levels.
Plus, Telfar Clemens addresses his canceled Gap collaboration.
Plus, Beverly Johnson speaks out about racism in fashion.
Plus, the first round of recipients of "Vogue" and the CFDA's "A Common Thread" grants are announced.
The company is also launching a sustainable fashion glossary. But what do these commitments actually mean?
Now Creative and Fashion Director of The Yes, she talks going from publishing to e-commerce start-ups and how her brief floral hiatus helped shape future job requirements.
The glossy's Style Features Director has quite the media resume.
Plus, Covid-19's impact on the direct-to-consumer market.
In case you weren't convinced before, this is official proof that the world is turning upside down.
Also, Altuzarra collaborates with Etsy on home collection.
Plus, how the pandemic has halted festival fashion.
"This is my solid career advice for those starting out: Take anything that you can get."
Plus, how Deciem changed the beauty industry.
Plus, Chanel reschedules show due to national strike in Paris.
Plus, the growing accessibility of cashmere.