stephanie winston wolkoff
Melania Trump's Chief Strategist Will Reportedly Be A Former 'Vogue' Staffer
She's the woman who once told a potential Met Gala guest, “no money, no come-y.”
Teen Vogue Fashion University's Most Accomplished Students on Breaking Into the Industry at a Young Age
We scoured the crowd at Teen Vogue's Fashion U for some of the most promising students. They intern for the greats, they design their own lines, and they do it all while in school. They are fashion's future stars, and here's their advice on how to break into the industry at a young age.
Hackathons Invade New York Fashion Week
Not one but two 'fashion hackathons'--one hosted by the CFDA and IMG and the other by Hearst--will take place during this coming New York fashion week. This news is pretty surprising when you consider that most fashion people probably don’t even know what a hackathon is. To explain what a hackathon is, why it’s happening during New York fashion week, and what this means for the industry, we spoke with Liz Bacelar, founder of Decoded Fashion, an organization that creates events dedicated to bringing fashion and tech together. Bacelar, along with former Lincoln Center fashion director (and, before that, director of special events at Vogue) Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, made the CFDA/IMG fashion hackathon (an official part of NYFW) happen.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff Launches New Agency to Bridge Gap Between Fashion and Entertainment
If anyone were to launch a definitive creative agency to foster and coordinate fashion industry partnerships, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff is probably one of the only people who could do it. She used to be Vogue's director of special events, which means she basically organized the Met Ball every year, in addition to myriad other events, partnerships and initiatives that likely required the movement of mountains to make happen. And, as of 2010 she's been the first ever fashion director at Lincoln Center, where she was responsible for consulting on all coordination between LC and the fashion industry, which sounds like a giant headache, but, as anyone who's been to a show at the tents should know, she made it work. Now, Winston Wolkoff is stepping out on her own...