Mission's debut issue is all about women's empowerment.


Mission, Fashion’s First Philanthropic Digitally Interactive Magazine, Ready for Launch

Officially known as Mission (For Fashion, For Beauty, For Good), the biannual pub focuses on a different charity and cause each time.

clock June 22, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Paul Graham, "End of an Age," 1999

Fashion Scoops

Berlin Concept Store Retailer Andreas Murkudis Staging Third Auction

Rare, out of stock and mostly signed photo books up for bids as of Friday.

clock June 13, 2017Melissa Drier

Work from Kensaku Kakimoto.

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Tokyo Photographer Kensaku Kakimoto Takes Aim at Fine Art With Taka Ishii Gallery Show

Kakimoto recently shot a video for a Super Mario Bros. app and a film for Under Armour about women’s empowerment.

clock June 2, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Fashion Scoops

FCD Founder Simon Collins Plans to Take Concept to China With Trends Media Group’s Su Mang

Still ironing out whether it will be a two- or three-day event, as well as the location, Collins said he was very conscious about making it “of China.”

clock June 2, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

A photograph from E. Tautz's "150" exhibition

Fashion Scoops

E. Tautz to Host Charity Exhibition Marking 150th Anniversary

The show runs from June 6 to July 6 and will feature 150 photographs taken by a host of the brand’s friends and family including actors, artists, authors, designers, editors, musicians and photographers.

clock May 31, 2017Lorelei Marfil

The work of Frances McLaughlin Gill and her husband Leslie Gill will is on view at the Howard Greenberg gallery in New York.


Work of Photographers Leslie Gill, Frances McLaughlin-Gill Shown at Howard Greenberg Gallery

Working independently, the couple each left a mark on modern photography.

clock May 25, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

A Portrait by Yuki James

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Photographer Yuki James on Solo Show at National Arts Club

Yuki James presented his second solo show at the National Arts Gallery.

clock May 19, 2017Mayte Allende

Pierre Hardy at the "Walk with Pierre Hardy" exhibit in Tokyo.


Pierre Hardy Stages Photo Exhibit in Tokyo

Coinciding with the one-year anniversary of his Japan boutique, the designer worked with students on the project.

clock May 17, 2017Kelly Wetherille

Vestiaire Collective co-founder Fanny Moizant and Margaret Zhang

Fashion Scoops

Margaret Zhang Gets Personal in Sydney Photo Retrospective

The Aussie style maven unveiled a series of never before seen photos in an exhibition sponsored by Vestiaire Collective.

clock May 15, 2017Tiffany Ap

This dress was reproduced to mirror textiles designed by the artist Charles Sheeler.

Fashion Scoops

Photographer, Artist Charles Sheeler’s Rarely Seen Textiles Featured in Exhibit

On view through July 9, “Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography and Sculptural Form” also features paintings and photographs, such as one of Francis Hope wearing a sheared lambskin Chanel coat.

clock May 12, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Phoebe Ma


Gem Fleuriste’s Phoebe Ma Creates Her Own Secret Garden in Brooklyn

Her roundabout road to floristry started as a LaGuardia High School student who discovered Polux Fleuriste one afternoon and kept coming back.

clock May 10, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg


Irving Penn Career to Be in Focus at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Before he bought his first Rolleiflex, the New Jersey native studied design under Alexey Brodovitch at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art, and started out in New York a graphic artist.

clock April 17, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Cover for 'Girl on Girl: Art and Photography In The Age Of The Female Gaze'


Inside ‘Girl on Girl: Art and Photography in the Age of the Female Gaze’

Charlotte Jansen, editor at large at Elephant Magazine, talks politics, provocation and the front-facing phone camera for her photography book.

clock April 4, 2017Leigh Nordstrom

Guinevere Van Seenus, 2014


Erik Madigan Heck on Millennial Pink and the Evolution of Fashion Photography

Heck’s first collection of his fashion photography, “Old Future,” showcases the past decade of his work.

clock March 29, 2017Leigh Nordstrom

Eddy Segal's "A Spell That Binds."

Fashion Scoops

Whitney Houston Biennial 2017 Features 125 Female Artists in New York City

The original plan for the 2017 installment was to feature 48 to 55 artists, but after totaling everything up, the organizer Christine Finley wound up with 125.

clock March 20, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

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