Fashionista – Wholesale Isn’t Working Anymore. What’s Next?
TRADITIONAL WHOLESALE ISN’T WORKING ANYMORE. SO, WHAT COMES NEXT?
Over the past several years — and especially over the last few months — department stores have, well, not faired well.
New alternatives to department stores offer brands more control.
HOW ‘COSMO’ BEAUTY DIRECTOR JULEE WILSON BECAME A LEADING VOICE IN MODERN MEDIA
“I acutely understand that beauty is so specific to different cultures and different backgrounds — that element of the storytelling is so exciting to me.”
Probably no one would tell you that leaping into a new job, with a new team, at a new company, amidst an unprecedented global pandemic is easy. And Julee Wilson, who did exactly that when she began her role as Beauty Director at Cosmopolitan in early April, doesn’t pretend her latest career move was a breeze
GLOSSIER ACCUSED OF RACISM BY FORMER EMPLOYEES
“A company [being] founded by a woman does not insulate it from racism; does not excuse its anti-Blackness.”
Glossier is the latest brand to be accused of racism and troubling company culture by former employees, joining the likes of Everlane, Reformation and Refinery29.
FASHION EDUCATION AND THE PRIVILEGE OF CREATIVITY
In an op-ed for Fashionista, Johnathan Hayden discusses attending fashion school in the deep South and how that has shaped his worldview as a designer
ACROSS THE COUNTRY, VINTAGE SHOPS ARE IN A FIGHT TO SAVE THRIFTING
Can the humble consignment store replicate its famously intimate in-person shopping experience online? That’s the plan.
SUPREME IS COLLABORATING WITH PAT MCGRATH ON A RED LIPSTICK
Because it’s 2020 and why not?
In just the past few years, skateboarding and streetwear brand Supreme has collaborated with the likes of Louis Vuitton, Barbour, MetroCards, The New York Post, Lacoste and Comme des Garçons and Nike simultaneously, among many others.
TELFAR INTRODUCES ‘BAG SECURITY PROGRAM’ FOR ITS BELOVED SHOPPING BAGS
On Wednesday, the brand will offer unlimited pre-orders for its totes, in every size and ever color, for 24 hours on its website.