From working with their clients remotely to finding alternative revenue streams, here's how Hollywood image-makers are navigating their roles amid a pandemic.
We turned to top industry experts for some firsthand advice.
It's the busiest time of the year for The Wall Group, which reps the biggest celebrity hairstylists, makeup artists and stylists in Los Angeles.
This is quite a look.
Along with "Variety" and "WWD," the organization celebrated the opening of a showroom for American designers to connect with stylists ahead of the Oscars.
Plus, Lululemon's CEO resigns after un-specified misconduct.
Karla Welch, Elizabeth Stewart and Ilaria Urbinati discuss their growing power as magazines collapse, how politics impact their jobs and how young designers can get on their radar.
THIS is how you celebrate your first starring role.
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We have no words.
It's only Tuesday, but here is the best look of the week.
"The Hollywood Reporter" has released its 2016 list of the 25 most powerful stylists in Hollywood.
The Academy Award-nominated actress wore a custom Atelier Versace gown made entirely out of chain mail.
See who else made the cut.
We've become huge fans of the Hollywood Reporter over the last few months, mostly due to Janice Min's excellent makeover of the trade publication. Staffer Merle Ginsberg navigates the LA fashion scene with an entertaining mix of gossip, insider news, and general knowledge that is not only rare for the West Coast, but rare for fashion writing in general. So we were thrilled to see Ginsberg's list of the 25 most powerful stylists in Hollywood covering this week's issue. Rachel Zoe obviously ranks number one, with names like Nicole Chavez, Annabel Tollman, Brad Goreski, Leslie Fremar, and Kate Young rounding it out. See the full list below, and read the Zoe cover story here.