Companies like "Nylon," "Complex" and "DuJour" are already fans, while celebrities are on board, too. Is this the new frontier?
Plus, fresh Fenty x Puma slides are dropping Friday.
Here's what our friends from our favorite fashion publications will be wearing this week.
DuJour's Keith Pollock has moved from one editor-in-chief role to another significantly bigger one.
And other things we learned about the lensman during his talk with Fern Mallis at her Fashion Icons series.
Editors are hopeful that Fashion GPS's Styles 2.0 platform, which launches today at power-agency KCD's Open House, will help alleviate some of the busy work that has been a major part of the job for so long.
The Best of New York Fashion Week: Overwhelmed by all the fashion week coverage out there? We'll make it easy. Check out our 10 favorite collections, the 13 most critically acclaimed shows, and the top 10 trends you need to know. Listen While You Look: Get the full ambiance of New York fashion week with our top 15 tracks from the runways. And Don't Forget About London! Click away to see our 10 fav collections, the critics' darlings, and the biggest fall trends from the fashion week across the pond. Kim Kardashian Lands a DuJour Kover: The magazine's co-editor Keith Pollack on what it was like to work with the pregnant star and whether they had problems pulling clothes for her.
DuJour, Jason Binn's new-ish lifestyle magazine for the ultra-rich, snagged a major cover star for its third issue. Not that the previous two covers stars, Christy Turlington and Nicole Kidman, were anything to sniff at--but love her or hate her, a Kim Kardashian kover cover is bound to get DuJour the most buzz. And we've got the first look at the Bruce Weber-lensed cover and editorial. So how (and why) did the new mag snag Kardashian for the cover? And was it hard to pull clothes for the reality star, as luxury brands reportedly like to distance themselves from all things Kardashian? We asked co-editor Keith Pollock.