Christian Siriano, Jenna Lyons, Law Roach and more were announced as judges — and people are wondering why they'd work with a fast-fashion giant associated with wasteful and unethical business practices.
Plus, Pat McGrath on how she became the "Mother" of modern makeup.
Plus, Jason Bolden and Law Roach candidly discuss being Black stylists in Hollywood.
Plus, Bobbi Brown discusses her legacy and her new makeup line, Jones Road.
How image architect Law Roach and stylist Samantha McMillen, plus 'PEN15' costume designer Melissa Walker, made it all happen for lockdown filming.
The Drexel University grad takes home the $10,000 prize.
Law Roach is hosting the digital event, with six recent fashion-school graduates competing for $10,000.
The competition will take place virtually, with one talented fashion school graduate taking home the $10,000 prize.
The spread features looks by Aliétte, Christopher John Rogers, Cushnie, Hanifa and more.
Consider our feathers ruffled in the best way possible.
The image architect first announced a $25,000 commitment three weeks ago. Now, he's partnered with Rebuild the Hood to raise $100,000.
Plus, how to make the subscription model work.
Featuring the leading ladies of "Euphoria" and a handful of Rodarte muses.
The creative platform is taking its mission of amplifying Black creatives in the fashion industry to new heights with In The Black.
It's spidey sense-sational! (Sorry.)
Is it too much if I say this look makes me feel euphoric?
The Canadian singer wore a canary yellow ensemble by Rabih Kayrouz while on tour in Thailand.
What, your airport looks don't usually include Sies Marjan, Gucci and Manolo Blahnik?
Along with "Variety" and "WWD," the organization celebrated the opening of a showroom for American designers to connect with stylists ahead of the Oscars.
Zendaya, Cate Blanchett, Elle Fanning and Cindy Crawford were all in attendance — so of course the fashion was stellar.
And so are we.
He's also the first black stylist to cover the annual "The Hollywood Reporter" Stylists and Stars issue.