Plus, here's how designers can support Asian Americans in fashion.
Plus, Valentino to close Red Valentino.
Plus, Tamu McPherson discusses getting European luxury fashion to pay attention to Black creatives.
"A high level advisor is needed to coordinate the policies and people of the fashion industry."
"There are a lot of young women who grow up making magazines with their friends in their rooms — we were just doing that, but for real."
Plus, Canada Goose workers are claiming factory labor conditions are unsafe.
It's idyllic '60s beauty all the way, particularly when paired with her neck-grazing bouffant.
Plus, India's luxury bridal industry faces post-lockdown challenges.
Also, the "T" magazine culture issue celebrates "Fashion Gangs," Dominican models and Asian-American designers.
Plus, who will be "Harper's Bazaar"'s new editor?
She's transitioning into a "global consultant" role at the title.
The next-level bra is dominating recent magazine covers and the red carpet.
Four former editors who now work on the brand side of the industry share their insights and advice in part two of our two-part series.
Plus, what to look forward to this fashion month.
We reviewed 128 covers from nine leading U.S. fashion publications, and all but two titles — which remained stagnant — saw distinct improvement as compared to years past.
Plus, can a new CEO save Condé Nast?
Plus, Luka Sabbat, Suki Waterhouse and other celebrity guests revisit their favorite (and most regrettable) early-aughts fashion moments.
We reviewed this year's batch of September covers from nine leading U.S. fashion publications, and compared them to September issues going back to 2015.
They're joined in the photo portfolio by Christina Aguilera, Erykah Badu, Lionel Richie and more.
The look featured a close-cropped blonde wig, latex bustier and plenty of gold buckles, chains and hardware.
We reviewed 154 covers from 10 leading U.S. fashion publications, and while some titles saw distinct improvement, others went in a disappointing, opposite direction.