That was fast.
Vogue Runway's director was doing PR for a CD-ROM company before she scored her first industry gig at "WWD."
Plus, InStyle UK's December issue will be its last print edition before going exclusively digital.
Meanwhile, Vetements relaunched its own website as a replica of the old Style.com.
The collage-themed advertisement will run in the British editions of 'GQ' and 'Vogue.'
Plus, Gap sales are down for August.
Katharine K. Zarrella and Amber Kallor will bring their shared vision for unbiased journalism and diverse viewpoints online at 'Fashion Unfiltered.'
And a study finds that black and Latino retail workers are paid less than their white counterparts.
And 'The New York Times' menswear section is here.
And Lily Collins talks Karl Lagerfeld.
It wouldn't be New York Fashion Week without a major media shakeup, now would it?
Name: Nicole Phelps What do you do? I'm the executive editor at Style.com. What is your favorite app?
Name: Meredith Wadsworth What do you do? I'm an intern, student, and blogger. What's the fist website you visit every morning? Style.com is my homepage but I also check my email throughout the day and go through all of my subscriptions. What would you never be caught wearing? Skinny fitted jumpsuits. What was the last thing you bought?
We all know Style.com as the go-to site for runway galleries and incisive reviews. To keep readers coming back when it's not fashion month (though with resort, pre-fall, couture, etc., when is it not?) Style.com has today announced the launch of a new channel called Style Map.
The open letter is back. Didn't you kinda miss it? While you were out boozing and barbecuing and taking in the fireworks on July 4th, Jean Paul Gaultier was busy typing out an open letter to Style.com's Tim Blanks following his less-than-stellar review of the designer's fall 2013 couture show.
Click through to find out which products are really worth it.
After ten years out of the spotlight, following a horrific, debilitating traffic accident, ubiquitous 90s model Kiara Kabukuru is finally ready for her comeback. Her latest gig? Hosting Monday's CFDA Awards red carpet for Style.com, the only site airing the event. We caught up with Kabukuru to talk about how fashion's changed in the last decade, and why she's ready to come back to the industry now.
Parsons is partnering with some of fashion's powerhouses to give students another dream opportunity--and this one is (hopefully!) controversy-free.