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Plus, 'Vogue' features 67 people working behind-the-scenes in fashion.
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The fashion director and chief fashion critic of "The New York Times" details her career path from studying history to becoming one of the most important voices in the business.
Yes, there's good news in The Fashion Spot's latest diversity report, but also some important lessons for the industry.
Policy-makers, press, brands and artisan leaders met at the U.N. on Thursday to discuss this under-recognized segment of the fashion industry.
Plus, the British Fashion Council announces this year's NewGen recipients.
Plus, Vanessa Friedman's take on resort 2017.
But the designer said he is focused on his namesake brand. At a panel discussion on Monday hosted by 'Surface' magazine alongside Vanessa Friedman, 'The New York Times' critic praised his decision.
Plus, Forever 21 pulls down controversial "Don't Say Maybe If You Want to Say No" T-shirt from website.
Plus, John Galliano speaks about addiction and living in the present.
Burn, baby, burn.
For your holiday break perusal.
And more of our favorite looks from outside the shows.
Put a belt on it.
The low-key VIPs you should know.
Thirty-eight students showcased their final work to a crowd of industry leaders on Tuesday evening.
Juan Carlos Obando, Irene Neuwirth and Brett Heyman of Edie Parker tell 'New York Times' Fashion Director Vanessa Friedman about the pros and cons of celebrity dressing.
And Lara Stone goes into the woods for 'Interview.'
Buzz words include estate sale, flea market and gender-neutrality.
And Vanessa Friedman talks fashion criticism with Mickey Boardman.
Including a veritable feast of fashion editor cameos and shade thrown by an Olsen twin.