The Pattern founder also speaks candidly to interviewer Kerry Washington about celebrating Black beauty as part of Elle.com's new ongoing franchise.
Plus, jewelry designer Rosh Mahtani of Alighieri wins Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.
This is the ideal respite from our current winter hell.
Plus, MAC wants to win back the U.S. market.
We polled industry experts about the next wave of household names on Instagram and beyond.
Plus, meet Solange Knowles' stylist, Shiona Turini.
Put a belt on it.
And Shiona Turini was just announced as a contributor for 'The Cut.'
From shaggy jewel-toned fur to enviable layers and some incredible sunnies -- why wait for summer? -- these girls know how to make a statement on the street.
Well, it's that time of year again!
It's heeerreeee. New York Fashion Week. Day one. Let the street style gawking begin. To start us off this week we've got Cosmo's latest hire, Shiona Turini, giving us big smiles and leopard prints, Editorialist's Kate Davidson Hudson playing with proportions, model Nathalie showing no fear in a mesh shirt, no bra, and overalls, and more. Check 'em out.
When Joanna Coles took the reins at Cosmo just over six months ago--right before the last fashion month--she cleaned house quickly, firing a bunch of staffers to make room for her dream team. Turns out she's not quite finished assembling the masthead. Cosmo has just named Shiona Turini as its new fashion market director.
We got the scoop on the fashion industry's hottest (and most mysterious) new fun-with-fashion-logos t-shirt line, Conflict of Interest. The anonymous "agents" behind the label tell us about their new collection, future plans, and if there are any big reveals coming up...
Remember Andre J? Now you do, right? We had nearly forgotten about the downtown tranny-turned-fashion icon until a photo of him emerged on the interne
According to the New York Times, Taylor Tomasi Hill has left her post as style and accessories director at Marie Claire to become the artistic director for retail site Moda Operandi. It's an impressive coup for Moda Operandi, which, according to the paper, also managed to poach Gilt's Roopal Patel, especially since the site only just launched in February. It's also a huge loss for Marie Claire, who really used Taylor in all her fashion-forward, unbelievably gorgeous, street-style-fodder, glory as the poster child for their recent fashion-y makeover, having wooed her away from her former post at Teen Vogue with, we assume, a hefty paycheck and lots of perks.