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Please Don’t Tell Iman She Looks Like Tyra Banks
Naomi Campbell Parties for Art, Loves Basquiat
It’s Frieze season and the British have invaded.
ripe for discussion
How Can the Fashion Industry Become More Diverse?
That question was the theme of a conversation led by Bethann Hardison at the CFDA yesterday.
Bethann Hardison on Winning Over the Battle of Versailles Crowd
“I knew I nailed it.”
Supermodels Court Younger Men in the New Barneys Campaign
cfda awards 2014
The 7 Sweetest Moments at Last Night’s CFDAs
The one night a year when the fashion industry is a big, mushy lovefest.
bust a move
Naomi Campbell and Iman Threw Bethann Hardison a Dance Party
Supermodels to the floor.
Bethann Hardison Has Some Choice Career Advice
She told her boss: “If you really want to have a great show, you’ll put me in it.’”
Party Pics: Tilda Swinton, Patti Smith, and More
Plus, see Prabal Gurung giggle and Steve Buscemi take a selfie.
Q&A: Alice Smith, the First Cool Performer of Fashion Week
Singer, fashion-world darling, human disco ball.
André Leon Talley Clarifies the Meaning of
That whole “I’m not racist” argument doesn’t cut it.
Video: Iman, Naomi Campbell, and Bethann Hardison Talk Racism on the Runways
The Diversity Coalition took to
Robin Givhan: Confronting the Lack of Black Models on the Runway
Bethann Hardison issued a letter calling out design houses she characterizes as “racist.”
First Look: See Rose Hartman’s Photos of Bianca Jagger, Jerry Hall, Bethann Hardison, and More From F.I.T.’s Retrospective Exhibit
A selection of the photographer’s works will be exhibited at F.I.T.
Controversy Is More Than Skin-Deep
This isn’t the first time a white editor has worked for a black publication. So what’s all the fuss about?
Escada Determined to Survive; Swaim Hutson Heads to Generra
Also, Bar Refaeli doesn’t diet.