Founder and CEO Diarrha N'Diaye — a L'Oréal and Glossier alum — talks about how she tapped into big-name investors and what she thinks the industry is missing when it comes to the narrative of Black beauty.
The editor of "Teen Vogue" (and former The Cut staffer) will replace Stella Bugbee, who announced her departure in October.
Celebrities like Priyanka Chopra and David Beckham announced honorees including Edward Enninful, Aurora James, Stella McCartney and more.
These brands will work with the organization and the Human Rights Campaign to put policies into practice to demonstrate their commitment to Black employees at all levels.
Founded by Teen Vogue editor-in-chief Lindsay Peoples Wagner and public relations specialist Sandrine Charles, it already has garnered a lot of support from industry professionals.
Plus, the growing accessibility of cashmere.
Plus, Frank Ocean covers 'W' Magazine.
'Generation Next,' spearheaded by Editor-in-Chief Lindsay Peoples Wagner, will promote these young brands during New York Fashion Week, too.
Too often, those leading the charge for diversity are forced to do so without proper support from the larger industry.
The event may now be even cooler than its previous iterations.
Plus, what legacy media should do differently to survive.
All while putting inclusivity and greater representation at the top of her style agenda.
"The Cut"s current fashion editor will soon succeed Phillip Picardi upon his exit for "Out" Magazine.