How I Made It In Fashion
How "Glamour" Editor-In-Chief Cindi Leive Made It In Fashion
"The classic story about me, which is not entirely flattering, is that at age 8, I decided that I wanted to run a magazine, so I asked for contributions from kids in the neighborhood. It was the beginning of a 'control freak editor' situation, absolutely."
Top Casting Director James Scully Calls For The End Of Anonymous 15-Year-Old Fashion Models
"I'm from the old school 'a fashion show is theater' world, and it's not about just one kind of bland model for every show — it's about one girl being able to be different things to everybody, which is the hallmark of a great model."
British Vogue's Editor-In-Chief No Fan Of "Really" Skinny Models, But Thinks Retouching Is Fine
Says Alexandra Shulman "As a magazine editor you're like an orchestra's conductor, and your role is to bring everything together It may be that you can play the cello but you can't play the flute, [but] that doesn't mean to say you can't work with the flautist."
How Emily Weiss Started One Of The Fashion Media's Most-Respected Beauty Sites
Into the Gloss is known for its inside look at the beauty routines of the fashion industry's most revered members. Its founding editor talks about how she turned her passion project into a full-time job and successful business.