An exclusive glimpse inside the award-wanting fashion satirist’s debut print publication
The New York Times journalist Elizabeth Paton makes a compelling case for critical fashion journalism in the era of Fake News and fast fashion
Anonymous Instagram accounts like Diet Prada have more followers than ELLE and Harper’s Bazaar, but none of the accountability. What does the rise of anonymous commentators mean for the fashion industry?
SSAW magazine Editor-in-Chief Chris Vidal discusses why biannuals are the future of fashion print, the relevance of fashion education, and why he still finds Instagram a little bit scary.
WWD’s London/China Market Editor discusses the virtues of learning on the job rather than the classroom, the cultural ignorance around China in fashion, and why you need to be able to tell WeChat from Weibo.
i-D's Fashion Features Editor discusses how social media has changed fashion journalism, navigating mental health as a writer, and just what he's looking for in a pitch.
Are brands the future of fashion education?
The retrospective exhibition explores how to define a decade.