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.
Does it all boil down to jewelry being a safe investment? Its ability to spark joy? Connell's chain?
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.
There's an entire behind-the-scenes ecosystem around the buying and selling of fashion that relies heavily on travel and face-to-face meetings, two things that won't be considered safe until...well, who knows?
These consumers haven't totally stopped shopping, but they are dropping their cash on different things than before.
From stunning coffee table books to juicy tell-alls.
"To be honest, I'd rather spend my hard-earned cash on something that really I've fallen in love with versus a white T-shirt."
All that glitters is...sold?
The size-inclusive, sustainability-focused brand has already dressed the likes of Billy Porter, and it's not slowing down anytime soon.
Cool, minimal houses like The Row, (new) Bottega Veneta and (new) Celine will be on a lot of racks next season.
Plus, how fashion month will tackle sustainability.
Co-founded by former Moda Operandi and Delpozo execs, this three-year-old label is making stylish luggage and packing solutions for the modern traveler.
The new women's fashion director at Moda Operandi shares her secrets to finding new talent.
Plus, Gucci adds customizable options to knitwear and outerwear.
Plus, Moda Operandi adds menswear.
That's a lot of trunkshows.
The devil is in the details.
Plus, 'Allure''s Michelle Lee wins 'Adweek''s Editor of the Year.
What happens when the September issue is no longer one of YOUR issues?
Plus, Coachella will only hand out photo passes to media outlets "at the discretion of the festival."
'Tis the season for $91,000 clutches, too!