The deputy fashion director of "GQ" talks about switching over to menswear and what it means to be a person of influence.
We talked to the VFiles creator about how he accidentally landed in the fashion business, how he came up with his vision for "CR Men" and why Carine Roitfeld is the world's best boss.
The site's co-founder and president shares her secrets on how to build a successful fashion business — even in tough economic times.
"I believe that art is for sharing, and the best way to share was to go through the media."
He's gone from the shop floor to the buying departments of Selfridges and Mr. Porter to, currently, Nordstrom's VP of Men's Fashion.
She made the jump with zero traditional buying experience.
We're not saying she singlehandedly brought "The Matrix" tiny shades trend mainstream, but we're not not saying it, either.
All while putting inclusivity and greater representation at the top of her style agenda.
The 14-year "Vogue" alumna shares how she's navigating — and outsmarting — today's harsh retail climate.
"The joy of media is it's not like you have a list of qualifications on a resume and you think, 'Aha, we have found the person for this job!'"
The designer who's collaborated with Lane Bryant, dressed Michelle Obama, hosted Gloria Steinem at his runway show and spoken out against Terry Richardson, told his story at FashionistaCon.
She uses her platform to encourage her millions of followers to do what she did: work really, really hard to make your creative dream a reality.
She's Top Dawg Entertainment's go-to stylist, working with SZA, Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q.
We caught up with the longtime designer and business owner ahead of his New York Fashion Week: Men's show.
The New Mexico native fell into jewelry design by accident; now, she regularly sells five-figure engagement rings via Instagram DM.
When the industry ace joined for "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," she gave the costumes an elegant facelift, all starting with the iconic black wizard's robe.
"The Hollywood Reporter"-ranked stylist, who grew up in a "little surf town" on Vancouver Island, also heads up Claire Underwood's costumes on "House of Cards."
The managing director of KCD's digital arm got her very first job out of college — as an assistant publicist at KCD — by calling the front desk. She hasn't slowed down since.
"Did I ever think I'd be tattooing everyone here? No."
It all traces back to being a skateboarding-, hip-hop-obsessed kid in '90s-era Belgium.
The beauty icon shares how she created a beauty business by staying true to herself.
"We're making emotional things that people live their lives in, and that's important."
"Think about the mom who's jogging with her stroller on the trail every day — how do we make that as aspirational as Steph Curry?"
We spoke to "Vogue"'s executive director of communications — formerly the national finance director of the DNC — about how she navigated a jump from professional politics to fashion and media.