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07
Jun
Fashion brands are adapting their marketing strategies for a digital reality that goes
far deeper than online sales.
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13
May
Best known for his dramatic hair sculptures for Comme des Garçons, the quiet creative was
the first to purposefully make hair look dirty, using potions of grease, vodka, clay or powder.
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04
Mar
Novel commercial tie-ups and striking imagery distinguished the best fashion campaigns of the season.
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14
Feb
That young women photographers like Harley Weir, Petra Collins and Coco Capitán are being grouped together — prompting debate over the emergence of a new “female gaze” — is simultaneously positive and unnerving.
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02
Feb

Fashion Industry Remains Silent at Trump’s Immigration Ban

While the giants of Silicon Valley took public stances against President Trump’s immigration order,
the silence from fashion’s largest companies has been…
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30
Dec
To round off the year, we revisit the articles that sparked the most debate, yielded the biggest insights,
and got the fashion industry talking in 2016. Today, we highlight some of the most memorable images.
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17
Dec
Just in time for the holidays, Colin McDowell shares his list of the best fashion books of the season.
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10
Nov
Members of the fashion community share their immediate reactions to the US presidential
election result, with many voicing their defiance in the face of uncertainty.
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28
Oct
Phyllis Posnick’s visually-arresting images have defined her three-decade career.
As her archive of work is compiled in a book, the stylist talks to Tim Blanks about her years
at Vogue and working with Irving Penn.
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05
Oct
To keep up with ‘instant fashion,’ fashion creatives — from photographers to casting directors to visual merchandisers — are changing the way they operate.
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