Vogue is considered the world's most influential fashion magazine, but what role does this publication play during this time of upheaval? When "recessionista" has replaced "fashionista" as the model to emulate, how can fashion magazines, designers and retailers stay relevant?
Vogue's Sally Singer explains how her industry is adapting to the still-unknown trends of a new era.
Katrina Heron was Editor-in-Chief of Wired magazine from 1998 to 2001. Previously, she was a senior editor at The New Yorker and Vanity Fair magazines and an editor and writer at The New York Times. She is also co-author of Safe: The Race To Protect Ourselves In A Newly Dangerous World, which explored the uses and misuses of new technologies.
In addition, Katrina Heron is a director of the Chez Panisse Foundation, working with founder Alice Waters to create food education for children and support sustainable agriculture.
Sally Singer is the fashion news and features director of Vogue.
Vogue's fashion news and features director Sally Singer discusses the similarities and differences between Vogue's editor in chief Anna Wintour, and Meryl Streep's character Miranda Priestly from The Devil Wears Prada.
"Almost everything about it isn't true," she says of the office drama portrayed in the film.
Vogue's fashion news and features director Sally Singer elaborates on why Michelle Obama is a practical style inspiration. Though the First Lady has taken heat for her apparel choices, Singer considers her a new kind of fashion icon.