The book dubbed “The New Stone Age” looks at how one can incorporate crystals into their homes, wardrobes and daily lives.
Rihanna recently became the 10th artist to have more than 50 hits on the Top 40.
Instagram’s lead on fashion partnerships fills WWD in on steps brands can take to successfully pivot content.
Rihanna, wearing a durag designed by Stephen Jones Millinery, fronts the May edition of British Vogue.
The list of those thought to be in the running is getting longer as Hearst takes its time to appoint a successor to Glenda Bailey.
This is a new position for the British title.
A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the past couple of weeks.
The “Queer Eye” groomer is the British magazine’s first non-female cover star in 35 years.
The new hire follows reports that several Bustle staffers were laid off in the past week.
In her guest editor’s letter for British Vogue, Markle writes about her aspirations for the issue.
Meghan Markle has put women including Jane Fonda, Jacinda Ardern, Greta Thunberg on the cover of “Forces for Change” issue.
The former Angel said she didn’t renew her Victoria’s Secret contract because it wasn’t the message she wanted to send to young women.
Condé Nast International has lifted the veil on its 2017 financials, which will be published on Companies House in the next days.
Elle U.K. was the exception to the rule, climbing 6.91 percent in the July to December period.