Vogue's September issue makes history with its first cover shot by an African American photographer, Tyler Mitchell.
The former Trump campaign manager's outsize shopping habit was not in support of a lifestyle; it was to preserve an identity.
An lot of brands can be rightfully accused of hypocrisy. But only the Ivanka Trump brand has Ivanka.
Inside the return of ugly fashion. (And we don’t mean that in a bad way.)
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In an interview — and a candid new documentary — the veteran Vogue editor discusses a career spent as the only black man in the room.
She drew fans with bright, clean looks that eschewed the ’90s dour minimalism. And publicly, at least, she embodied her brand.
As the CFDA handed out its top honors, it seemed to concede that the fashion industry has little power over fashion anymore.
As she tries to step back from the brand she long defined, her next goal is to champion the worth of older women in society.