For publications to remain relevant, inclusivity has to be about much more than just who makes the cover.
The superstar athlete talks motherhood, tennis and her enduring admiration for Kate Middleton.
The lovable Aussie shared her best tip and tricks at Fashionista's "How to Make it in Fashion" conference.
The Aussie expat will be sharing how she worked hard to become Editor-in-Chief of 'InStyle' without sacrificing fun along the way.
"More legacy media companies should take notice and hire young, non-white, non-male or cisgender people at the top."
Zendaya, Cate Blanchett, Elle Fanning and Cindy Crawford were all in attendance — so of course the fashion was stellar.
She's the woman behind the perfect pores of Jessica Alba, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Chrissy Teigen, January Jones and Kelly Rowland to name a few.
The collab celebrates Laura Brown's first full issue of the glossy.
And with a super chic collaboration with 'InStyle' Editor in Chief Laura Brown.
Plus, watch the trailer for Tom Ford's latest film.
Plus, the Kardashians really need to learn how to tag their #spon posts.
The two have a candid chat inside the latest issue of Harper's Bazaar.
Glenn O'Brien and Laura Brown have original shows on the new all-fashion channel, which will also air documentaries and films.
And no, she's not giving up modeling just yet.
So much happening. SO MUCH.
Prolific and quotable designer Karl Lagerfeld makes for an intimidating interview subject: Permanently shielded from eye contact by a pair of shades, he's armed with a seemingly endless arsenal of knowledge -- and a very particular way of doing things that makes the idea of speaking to the man kind of, well... terrifying.
Laura Brown is one of the funniest people working in fashion -- the Aussie told me at Karl Lagerfeld's talk in New York last night that she's like a "little koala" who "just shows up" at the Chanel offices in Paris -- and the latest manifestation of her wit appears in the December/January issue of Harper's Bazaar.
Last night New York City comptroller candidate Scott Stringer hosted a fundraiser at the Maritime Hotel in Chelsea. The world "comptroller" alone sounds utterly and terminally unhip--and Stringer, himself, middle-aged white guy politician and wearer of practical suits, doesn't exactly scream "cool" either. Yet, the event could have easily been mistaken for an exclusive fashion party. The host committee read like a veritable who's who of the fashion industry and downtown scene: Lena Dunham, The Man Repeller's Leandra Medine, Pamela Love, Emily Weiss, Vogue's Chloe Malle and Thessaly La Force, and Claire Distenfeld were all listed. Harper's Bazaar's Laura Brown and Prabal Gurung came out, too. So why were they there?
It’s summer! And that means on Fridays, everyone should be sneaking out of work a little bit early to go on a weekend jaunt or grab a drink on a sunny rooftop. The fashion industry, which works very hard, also knows a thing or two about how to cut loose. In our weekly Summer Friday column, we catch up with industry insiders to find out what they do, where they go, and what they bring with them when they escape the daily grind. Last week we went on two separate adventures with the Shipley & Halmos boys. This week we go on vacation with the executive editor at Harper's Bazaar, Laura Brown.