Plus, an argument in favor of talking about Vice President Kamala Harris's style.
Plus, Tanya Taylor collaborates with Pantone.
Sally Holmes will take her place at the helm of the magazine.
Plus, Tom Ford talks CFDA, 2020 election and the future of fashion.
Plus, models Aaron Philip and Chella Man demand more visibility for disabled communities.
It has appeared on a range of magazine covers, in-book features and spreads.
Now Creative and Fashion Director of The Yes, she talks going from publishing to e-commerce start-ups and how her brief floral hiatus helped shape future job requirements.
Plus, how to make a magazine while under lockdown.
Plus, Rixo designs "Stay at Home" T-shirts to support the NHS.
Fulenwider is stepping down after seven years at the helm of the Hearst publication.
Plus, Barneys New York vendors are at risk of not being paid.
Plus, Missy Elliott covers the August issue of "Marie Claire."
We reviewed 128 covers from nine leading U.S. fashion publications, and all but two titles — which remained stagnant — saw distinct improvement as compared to years past.
We reviewed this year's batch of September covers from nine leading U.S. fashion publications, and compared them to September issues going back to 2015.
Plus, LVMH increased the prices of leather goods at Louis Vuitton.
"More legacy media companies should take notice and hire young, non-white, non-male or cisgender people at the top."
We reviewed 154 covers from 10 leading U.S. fashion publications, and while some titles saw distinct improvement, others went in a disappointing, opposite direction.
The "Marie Claire" accessories director marks the second newsworthy change at the Hearst title since Garcia's departure.
Her new role, which starts immediately, will involve overseeing fashion shoots and creative design of the magazine's fashion pages.
"In order to stay relevant, we need to be on top of sustainability practices," says editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider.
Plus, Sofia Coppola made a new film for Cartier.