The event may now be even cooler than its previous iterations.
Plus, what to look forward to this fashion month.
Plus, what legacy media should do differently to survive.
All while putting inclusivity and greater representation at the top of her style agenda.
Plus, Chanel to transition from U.S. wholesale business to concession model.
"The Cut"s current fashion editor will soon succeed Phillip Picardi upon his exit for "Out" Magazine.
Plus, luxury labels are using sneakers as a ticket to millennial dollars.
Plus, Cannes is banning red-carpet selfies.
Featuring Sasha Lane, Letitia Wright, Laura Harrier, Bria Vinaite and more.
Plus, "Teen Vogue" names Samhita Mukhopadhyay executive editor and promotes Ella Cerón to deputy editor.
He will continue in the chief content officer position at "Them," as well.
We reviewed 154 covers from 10 leading U.S. fashion publications, and while some titles saw distinct improvement, others went in a disappointing, opposite direction.
"I love seeing articles about the search for the perfect makeup remover next to essays about running for office," Clinton wrote in her editor's letter.
"Elle"'s Leah Chernikoff, "InStyle"'s Ruthie Friedlander, "W" Magazine's Sarah Leon and "Teen Vogue" and "Allure"'s Phillip Picardi weigh in.
This, on top of a reported 80 job cuts throughout the company.
Is interviewing by email — and even text — going to be the new norm for cover stories?
...And it looks like some big changes are coming to Berlin Fashion Week.
Her entire interview was done via text, because teens.
'Allure' was reportedly hit with a large round of layoffs on Thursday, and sources say that more changes are in the pipeline.
He'll hold the same title at both publications.
Plus, Vince's founders have exited the company for the second time in recent history.
Plus, watch the video of the model playing an '80s poster girl.