Changes at the publisher continue amid an ongoing fight for profitability and the combination of American and international operations.
“The Chiffon Trenches” author challenged the cancel culture.
A power void created by the departure of Angelica Cheung and a raft of senior Condé Nast names means big changes are on the cards.
“In Vogue: The 1990s” is hosted by international editor at large Hamish Bowles.
The addition of Martinez follows a string of recent senior-level promotions at the lingerie brand in an effort to turn the business around.
Anna Wintour, Olivier Rousteing, Bridget Foley, Nick Wooster, John Galliano and Rachna Shah shared their memories of Filipowski.
Designers and celebrities tend to swing blue, while retail executives are more likely to lean right.
The former Barneys New York executive and window dresser takes an optimistic look at self-identity.
The publisher wants to avoid revealing a trove of communications and details about the magazine’s business and previously interested buyers.
The collection includes shirts, totes, sweatshirts, scarves, face masks and jewelry.
Wintour will be joined by a few special guests, including several American designers.