Fashion's Changing Forms

Models of various ages and sizes have become increasingly common among top fashion magazines and runways over the past few seasons. The topic captured worldwide attention when Mark Fast featured…

Superfuture's Niche New Media Empire

Everyone wants an insider’s guide to a new—or even a familiar—city, which is precisely what has made Superfuture such an urban-savvy online destination. Launched in 1999 by Australian designer Wayne…

Levi's Workshops Cultivates Culture

As initiatives like Salon/1, artists such as Lady Gaga and concept stores like Colette cultivate a growing dialogue between fashion and art, the interplay between culture and branding has also…

JCTV Presents: Natalie Massenet Live Interview

The ever-innovative forces behind the Business of Fashion offer a unique new media opportunity today through a live interview with Natalie Massenet, which will be streamed online for free. The…

Fashion's Almighty Tribes

Although it’s easy to associate one person (be it designer, stylist or editor) with a given brand, it’s the collective tribe behind these figureheads that sustains their power-broker hold. Anna…

What to Wear's Real Time Style Advice

Online retail empire Like.com has joined forces with editorial heavyweight Glamour for a unique initiative that caters to customers with the hands-on dedication of a personal shopper. Confounded fashionistas can…

Salon/1's New Outlook on Dutch Fashion

Salon/1 aims to promote Dutch fashion, design and art at various Amsterdam locations from July 15-18th. Featuring select contributors from across the creative industries, the event offers an unprecedented reflection…

London Lives Series: Retail Havens for New Designers

With the doors to London retail leaders like Browns and Dover Street Market tightly roped off to newcomers, it seems nearly impossible for up-and-coming designers to even get one foot…

A New Marketplace in the Old Limelight

New York’s Church of the Holy Communion has had many names since it was opened in the mid-1800s. Originally built as an Episcopal religious space, the Gothic revival-style building was…