I'm a Brooklyn-based freelance writer, formerly a retail reporter at Glossy, part of Digiday Media. I have a deep affinity for the em dash and a fraught relationship with the Oxford comma.
The food court’s younger, hipper cousin is a curated version of the mall staple.
By my third hour at Cabaret Kingdom, a dodgy Montreal strip club sandwiched between two rundown surplus stores, the menagerie of women dancing on poles in neon lingerie began to resemble a mesmerizing piece of performance art.
Though Kate Spade embodied the same poise and sophistication of her namesake company—a bright and effervescent brand built on female empowerment and optimism—she was not immune to the grips of mental illness.
A look at how women are experiencing sexism in fashion tech in Silicon Valley.
Shortly after the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke in October, Choire Sicha — then just one month into his new role as editor of the New York Times Styles section — called a meeting with Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, the New York Times investigative reporting team that wrote the story.
Eric Sauma spent most weekends growing up in Manhattan accompanying his father to work at Mood Fabrics, walking alongside him to the shop on 37th Street to help hand out flyers.
Phillip Picardi, digital editorial director of Teen Vogue, will serve as chief content officer at Teen Vogue following the departure of editor-in-chief Elaine Welteroth last week.
Nisha Dua, a partner in BBG Ventures, knows that investing in women is not only important for driving gender parity, it’s lucrative.
“I really think it’s a deep societally ingrained thing. There’s this sense that, with men, it doesn’t matter what they’re wearing. Their ideas stand for themselves,” Doyle said. “For women, it’s your appearance plus your ideas."
Rebecca Schoneveld first learned how to sew at age four. The deft seamstress grew up making her own clothing, and after graduating from design school, she scored coveted gigs at companies like J.Crew and several private contemporary labels. Yet despite her early success, she was deeply unhappy.
Jacky O’Shaughnessy had just moved back to New York after a 20-year stint in Los Angeles and was staying with friends in the West Village when she stepped outside to have a cigarette.
Squirreled away in a glass-enclosed conference room at the Condé Nast Entertainment office, a group of ten employees hailing from different publications and departments feverishly brainstormed ways to improve e-commerce infrastructure across the media conglomerate’s 20 brands.
New York magazine’s fashion site The Cut is debuting a redesigned website in an effort to simultaneously enhance the user experience, entice ad buyers and more efficiently house its expanding coverage areas.