Where They Want to Work

WWD, April 6, 2016


  Companies Chanel tops the list of fashion’s most desirable companies.   SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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Emily Ratajkowski


Emily Ratajkowski Takes on Feminism — One Selfie at a Time

Emily Ratajkowski’s goal is to use her visibility on Instagram to make her mark on the topic of feminism.

clock April 6, 2016Taylor Harris

Report Card: A Tale of Two Cities

Fashion Features

Celebrity Fashion Report Card: A Tale of Two Cities

Celebs at the ACMs in Vegas and the iHeartMusic Music Awards in L.A. interpreted the dress code in myriad ways.

clock April 6, 2016WWD Staff

Seoul Fashion Week Street Style.

Street Style

They Are Wearing: Seoul Fashion Week

Visitors at Seoul Fashion Week in late March peacocked between shows in bold looks rich in color, texture and print.

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January Jones

Human Resources

January Jones Discusses Beauty Strategy and Life After ‘Mad Men’

January Jones was recently in Paris to reveal her latest role — as the face of Kérastase’s Nutritive hair-care line.

clock April 6, 2016Jennifer Weil

Coco Chanel said “fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street; fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” That may be why her namesake house was ranked tops by far in a WWD survey to answer a simple question: What is the most desired company to work for in fashion?

Business Features

The Most Desired Places to Work in Fashion

WWD’s survey asked a simple question: What is the most desired company to work for in fashion?

clock April 6, 2016Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Faith Connexion’s nylon jacket, cotton T-shirt and denim jeans. Triton necklace.

Mens Fashion

The Latest Brands Advancing Streetwear

Meet the latest crop of brands advancing the streetwear aesthetic and rattling traditional business models.

clock April 6, 2016Alessandra Turra and Khanh T.L. Tran and Paulina Szmydke and Aria Hughes

The 14-year-old Japanese Instagram star Mappy is finding growing fame for her zany style.


Japanese Instagram Starlet Mappy’s Zany Style

The 14-year-old Japanese Instagram star Mappy is finding growing fame for her zany style.

clock April 7, 2016Misty White Sidell

Les Berglass of Berglass + Associates.

Human Resources

Recruiters Reveal Qualities Execs Need to Lead C-Suite During Tough Times

How a leader navigates during challenging times reveals the value of placing the very best at the very top.

clock April 7, 2016Arthur Zaczkiewicz and Debra Borchardt


Business Features

Omni-Boss: Executives Require More Diverse Skills

The omnichannel boss may be the most in-demand job in retail today.

clock April 8, 2016Debra Borchardt

Sean Connery in the first film in the James Bond
series “Dr. No” from 1962.

Mens Fashion

Paris Exhibit Traces James Bond’s Fashion and Culture Influence

“Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style” opens on April 16.

clock April 8, 2016Paulina Szmydke

Clarissa Ward


CNN War Correspondent Clarissa Ward Talks Reporting in the Middle East as a Woman

Ward talks about why it’s preferable to be a female reporter in the Middle East, and how Vice has impacted broadcast journalism.

clock April 7, 2016Alexandra Steigrad


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David Mahoney and Halston attend a benefit event at Bloomingdale's in New York City on September 21, 1976.


Outside View: Halston and Norton Simon’s David Mahoney

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