Much of the Spring 2021 hair and makeup seemed to have been an afterthought — but a handful of defiantly optimistic looks shone through.
Plus, 'Vogue' features 67 people working behind-the-scenes in fashion.
From holding virtual fittings via Zoom to shooting in a summer camp-style quarantine bubble.
Plus, can fashion adapt to a new, post-pandemic way of life?
Can the humble consignment store replicate its famously intimate in-person shopping experience online? That's the plan.
Plus, Dan Levy of "Schitt's Creek" is launching his own eyewear brand.
Madison Reed CEO and Founder Amy Errett on running a business that's thriving, despite (and because of) the pandemic.
Plus, Christian Siriano receives state funding to produce PPE.
The brand is donating what it would've spent on the shoot — one million euros — to Rome's Lazzaro Spallanzani Hospital.
If it feels like calming earth tones are everywhere, that's because they are. And there's a reason for it.
Plus, Chloe X Halle cover "Teen Vogue."
Plus, Charlotte Tilbury sells majority stake to Puig.
One Midwestern salon owner shares his perspective and fears about reopening.
Plus, beauty founders share how they are navigating the coronavirus crisis and experts turn a critical eye on the transparency movement.
Plus, the first round of recipients of "Vogue" and the CFDA's "A Common Thread" grants are announced.
Finishing thesis collections and showcasing them from quarantine has created both challenges and opportunities for fashion school grads.
Does it all boil down to jewelry being a safe investment? Its ability to spark joy? Connell's chain?
Quite a lot — from making masks to preparing to safely return to work when productions start up again.
Phew, this is a bad look!