The professor, researcher and activist shares his plan to "create what a new kind of fashion school could look like in today's world."
"I've often had conversations with people about what the 'Vanity Fair' story is, how they see it, and every day, it continues to be deeply informative to me to hear when people get an issue and say, 'Oh, this was a great mix.' And I'm like, 'Why?'"
As Gucci's vice president of brand and culture engagement, Phillips helps the company authentically invest in the Black community.
Six One remains one of the only Black-, female-owned beauty and wellness brand building firms in existence.
"I always just want to make a beautiful picture, something that tells a story."
The newly-promoted vice president of fashion at Bustle Digital Group walks us through her career, from assisting on photoshoots to starring on a reality TV show.
Burberry Beauty's newly minted Global Beauty Director on her first big break, where she finds inspiration and working with Marilyn Manson.
"I acutely understand that beauty is so specific to different cultures and different backgrounds — that element of the storytelling is so exciting to me."
...and part-time film producer, with the recent debut of "Athlete A."
The six-time Emmy nominee also discusses leaving behind a legacy of hiring a diverse staff.
Working in fashion wasn't something she'd ever considered. But looking back, she says she's been the most successful at "willing to align myself to get where I want to go."
The "New York Times" correspondent shares how she built a reputation for uncovering meaty stories from all over the world.
The glossy's Style Features Director has quite the media resume.
The 'Financial Times' editor walks us through her career, from helming our very own Fashionista to helping launch Vogue Business.
He counts Joan Smalls and Paloma Elsesser as clients and has worked with Pyer Moss. Here's his career story.
She talks her career in editorial, her move to Mexico City and the Latin American designers catching her eye right now.
"This is my solid career advice for those starting out: Take anything that you can get."
Fashion was his "chapter two." But now, he runs one of the most talked-about retailers for sizes 10 and up.
She's the kind of person who walks up to the editor-in-chief of British 'Vogue' and introduces herself — and eventually lands herself a 'Vogue' cover as a result.
And why Selena Gomez changed everything.
April 2020 will mark 12 years since Liu joined Forevermark and one year since being named its CEO. She tells us how she got there.
The deputy fashion director of "GQ" talks about switching over to menswear and what it means to be a person of influence.
The Toronto native left a 16-year run at J.Crew to relaunch Alex Mill, where easy-to-wear staples are the name of the game — and his calling card.
What began as a hand-sewn line of just three dresses is now an eponymous label fueling women to live their most truthful, compassionate lives in its clothes.