Fashion World Mourns Death of Azzedine Alaïa

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Improvements at Abercrombie, but Wall Street Still Cautious on Stock

clock November 17, 2017Vicki M. Young


Stitch Fix IPO Pops, Then Fizzles

clock November 17, 2017Evan Clark


New Vanity Fair editor in chief Radhika Jones.


Vanity Fair Fashion Staff Nonplussed by New Editor’s Personal Style

Radhika Jones joins the magazine next month with extensive literary and editorial experience.

clock November 17, 2017Misty White Sidell


Deborah Joseph Named Chief Content Officer of the New British Glamour

The title is a new one and part of a sea of changes at the magazine over the past year.

clock November 16, 2017Samantha Conti

Time Inc. Building


Time Inc. Stock Jumps After Sale Reports

Meredith—backed by the Koch Brothers’—is reportedly in talks to buy Time Inc.

clock November 16, 2017Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke

1997, New York, New York, USA: In January 2002, Christa Worthington, a glamorous former fashion writer, was stabbed in the chest and murdered in her Truro, Massachusetts home. Worthington, was a Vassar graduate from a prominent New England family. She had worked as a fashion journalist, writing for Women's Wear Daily, Elle and The New York Times. The body of the 46 year-old writer was discovered in her Truro home, more than 24 hours after she'd been stabbed to death. Her two year-old daughter, Ava, was found near her crying and hungry. Ava's father, Tony Jackett, was questioned as well as another old boyfriend. The case remains unsolved. As of January 2005, officials are asking all male residents to volunteer to give DNA samples, hoping to trace one to semen found on the murdered woman's body. ///Christa Worthington in her New York apartment.. Credit: Justin Sutcliffe / Polaris


CBS News’ ’48 Hours’ Team Reexamines Christa Worthington’s 2002 Murder

The renewed interest in the 2002 murder of Christa Worthington comes at a time when the attorney for her convicted killer Christopher McCowen is trying to get another trial.

clock November 15, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

StyleWatch's April 2017 cover.


Time Inc Shutters PeopleStyle’s Print Edition

The title, formerly known as StyleWatch, will stop printing after the December/January issue.

clock November 15, 2017Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke

Glamour Women of the Year Awards


Glamour’s 2017 Women of the Year Awards’ ‘Me Too’ Moment

Anna Wintour and Bob Sauerberg surprised outgoing editor in chief Cindi Leive by naming her a Woman of the Year.

clock November 14, 2017Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke

Condé Nast Social Academy presentation.


Social Studies: Condé Nast Italia Launches First Academy to Train Influencers

By the end of next year, 100 certified, professional influencers will join the media company’s network.

clock November 13, 2017Sandra Salibian

New Vanity Fair editor in chief Radhika Jones.


No Surprise: Radhika Jones to Replace Graydon Carter as Vanity Fair Editor in Chief

Condé Nast poaches Radhika Jones from The New York Times.

clock November 13, 2017Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke



Layoffs Hit GQ as Condé Nast Cuts Continue

Around seven editorial staffers in print and digital were let go.

clock November 10, 2017Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke

Kate Foster Lengyel


Kate Foster Lengyel Launches SwearBy Digital Platform

SwearBy launched in the App Store (beta version) and on a blog at

clock November 10, 2017Lisa Lockwood

Arwa Damon


Media People: CNN’s Arwa Damon on War Reporting, Tattoos and Close Calls

“They call me balls of steel, heart of gold.”

clock November 10, 2017Alexandra Steigrad



Google Taps Corey Moran for Head of Industry for Fashion and Luxury

Corey Moran will be the fashion industry’s point person at Google.

clock November 9, 2017Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke



Karl Lagerfeld Skewers Harvey Weinstein in Cartoon

The sketch is to appear in the monthly supplement of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

clock November 9, 2017WWD Staff

Sophia Amoruso


Sophia Amoruso on Creating the Next-Gen Media Company

The voice that built Nasty Gal is taking on the media landscape.

clock November 9, 2017Kari Hamanaka

Diesel Holiday 2017 advertising campaign


Diesel Fights Against Ugly Sweaters

A sheep wearing trendy clothes is the symbol of the fashion label’s protest.

clock November 8, 2017Alessandra Turra

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