The influential collective looks to make Dis.Art, “the PBS for Generation Z.”
Burberry, Michael Kors, Condé Nast and more said they no longer would work with the photographers after allegations in a New York Times story.
Olympic skater Johnny Weir won’t be seeing “I, Tonya,” out of respect to his “dear friend” Nancy Kerrigan.
Despite widely held assumption inside and outside Condé, Welteroth was not under consideration to be Glamour’s editor in chief, according to a source.
Fellow street-style photographers paid tribute on social media.
Bracken-Ferguson, founder of The BrainTrust, and her BrainTrust team have agreed to join CAA-GBG to enhance its digital and social media presence.
An upcoming story about the ‘S–tty Men in Media List’ sparks outrage online.
Rodale officially became part of Hearst at the beginning of January.
While brands like Gucci, Dior and Nike has tied into the graffiti trend, street artists will discuss the ins and outs of preserving street art and the pitfalls of removing it for profit.
Samantha Barry comes to Condé Nast from CNN.
A specially designed line of “Say Yes to the Prom” dresses and accessories will be carried in Macy’s, beginning Jan. 15.