Before and after the luncheon, there were book signings for Jeffrey Banks, Jennifer Egan, Alex Guarnaschelli and Linda Fairstein.
So much for the Facebook exodus — the network gained users and revenues in the first quarter of 2018.
“I think I will be there for some years,” says Arnualt in relation to a question about his successor.
The emphasis was on #MeToo, not Meredith.
In September, Shahidi will become a freshman at Harvard, where she plans to study history and economics.
New York magazine’s women’s site expands into wearable content.
Google ceo Sundar Pichai is obviously keeping up with popular issues of “fake news” and data privacy.
Sexual misconduct allegations against top photographers leave a gaping hole for magazine editorials and fashion campaigns.
Federico Pignatelli has been outspoken about late payments to models, creating safe working conditions and educating models about contracts and visas.
Time magazine announced its annual list of the 100 most influential people.