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Designer Stephen Burrows poses for a portrait. Stephen Burrows for Pat Tennant Fall 1977 Ready to Wear Advance

Fashion Features

Innovative Black Designers Have Moved the Needle in Fashion

Key contributions from Black visionaries who have been vital to the industry have often gone without mention — or attribution.

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A 1973 Summer shorts feature. Drawing by Glenn Tunstull.

Fashion Features

Glenn Tunstull on Illustrating for Women’s Wear Daily

The fashion illustrator discussed his influential career.

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Pop art poster by Robert Passantino.

Fashion Features

Illustrator Robert Passantino on How Fashion Hones His Eye

“Fashion illustration challenges the eye, makes it think,” said former WWD illustrator Robert Passantino.

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“If the jeans fit…,” illustrated by Pedro Barrios for the July 18, 1977 of WWD.

Fashion Features

Behind the Scenes in Fashion Illustration at WWD

Known as Women’s Wear Daily, the publication first incorporated fashion illustration in 1910.

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Accessories envisioned by Robert Melendez, June 2020.

Fashion Features

Robert Melendez Looks Back on the Art of Live Sketching Fashion

The fashion illustrator could draw anything on a whim and he specialized in picturing the social set.

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Moschino Details RTW Fall 2020, photographed in Milan on Feb 20, 2020.

Fashion Features

Cultural Appreciation or Cultural Appropriation? Examples From the Runway

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Designer Carolina Herrera and staff in fall fitting with model Gisele Bundchen.

Designer and Luxury

12 of Fashion’s Most Influential Latinx Designers

In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, WWD here takes a look back at some of the most iconic designers from Latin America and Spain.

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What Happens When The Web's Cookies Crumble

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