Plus, Naomi Osaka was just named a Louis Vuitton ambassador.
In an op-ed for Fashionista, fashion policy counsel and professor Kenya Wiley outlines the 2020 election issues that will have major repercussions for the industry.
Plus, can fashion adapt to a new, post-pandemic way of life?
Plus, Chanel reschedules show due to national strike in Paris.
Plus, why are we so obsessed with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's hair?
From slogan tees to suing the president.
Plus, Ralph Toledano resigns from Puig.
Plus, Alexander Wang offers crystal customization.
They sat down with Jessica Chastain, Steve McCurry and Derek Blasberg for a frank discussion about changing beauty standards sponsored by Pirelli.
From t-shirts to soundtracks, designers found ways to let their feelings be known.
The presidential nominee isn't a minimalist when it comes to his tanning routine.
Mostly via Instagram.
How the lady mag's EIC plans to introduce a new generation of voters to the weighty issues affecting young women today.
Talley has dubbed Kim Kardashian an "enchanting angel."
But will he champion the fashion industry as much as Bloomberg did?
The mayoral election is less than a week away, and it'll be a big one for New York City residents. After three terms under Michael Bloomberg, a new administration will be an adjustment, if not a major change. And while crime, stop-and-frisk, education, and the current administration's nemeses—sugary beverages—are issues of frequent discussion (and contentious, snark-filled mayoral debates), there's another topic affecting the local economy and industry that's worth discussing, especially now: the future of New York City's fashion industry under new leadership.
Mizuno experienced a surge of traffic with customers searching for Wendy Davis' now-famous pink sneakers. However, they don't seem all that thrilled about it.
We'll admit it seems pretty obvious (especially given her lastest hire) that Anna Wintour will continue to have a hand in politics while fulfilling her role as Condé Nast's artistic director and Vogue's editor in chief. But it seems certain that she's not going to be an ambassador. At least not anytime soon. Still, Friday's news that Marc Lasry, frontrunner for the French ambassador post, was withdrawing after his involvement with a mob-run poker ring became public, has some speculating Wintour might be offered the gig.
Sounds like all that time and money Anna Wintour spent raising money for Barack Obama is still paying off. Anna Wintour may have eschewed politics for Vogue and Conde Nast (for now), but that doesn't mean she can't bring politics to Vogue.
Is the relationship between Oscar de la Renta and Michelle Obama beyond repair, or is there a chance Obama will have an Oscar moment in the future? De la Renta is not very hopeful.
We're almost surprised that we didn't see Michelle Obama front row at Jason Wu's show last week given her apparent Wu superfandom. After making Wu the only designer she wears to inauguration ceremonies last month, she wore a black and shimmering oxblood sheath by the designer to last night's State of the Union.