Behind every cover girl is a thousand decisions. In the second installment of her investigation into the world of fashion publishing, Alexa Chung talks to Vogue’s creative director Jaime Perlman to find out what an art director does, and delves into the digital incarnations of the fashion bible with the editor of Vogue.co.uk. From the interns to the editors, watch and learn as Alexa discovers the world of Vogue from the inside. Subscribe to British Vogue’s YouTube channel to never miss an episode. Subscribe to British Vogue►► http://po.st/SubscribeBritishVogue
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Vogue has dispatched contributing editor Alexa Chung to investigate the state of fashion today in her series The Future of Fashion. Alexa Chung will be talking to everyone from current fashion students to the heads of major design houses, via journalists, buyers and all the workers in between. Watch as Alexa Chung try to find out what the future holds for this multi-billion pound fashion industry; how the next generation will get fashion careers using all the tools available to them; and what the fashion landscape looks like in terms of sustainability and technology.
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I see people of color in the magazine photos, but none working in the design office or even candidates for the internship program. DOES VOGUE RACIALLY DISCRIMINATE IN THEIR HIRING PROCESS??? Sure looks like it. 😕
I’m the typical tomboy who hates all things girly, but this is so intriguing and interesting! I love learning about or gaining insight about different interests, jobs, people, cultures etc. Thanks Vogue!
This is wonderful! No wonder the Creative Director role is so difficult to define. They are like the glue that holds it all together, working behind the scenes. If they are doing their job well, you don't get to see them.
0:23 - What typeface is used in the title screen for "THE FUTURE OF" and "WITH ALEXA CHUNG", doesn't look like it's futura, avenir, avant garde, or century gothic.... the A, C, R, N, G are very distinct. Thanks!
If vogue is going to be showcasing the interiors of their offices they may should consider a redesign of them at least in the 73 questions episode with Lupita and others produced by Vogue they will show you inside their door and economy just doesn't sell. The magazines are so carefully thought out and the insides and interworking they are produced out of are a bit well, underwhelming to say the least. Take a note from the devil wears prada and continue to sell the dream like a dior or a chanel profits off of their itty bittys like their perfume and lipstick.
This is so wonderful! I love Vogue's direction in still being such an iconic part of fashion but being relatable in a way that makes you appreciate it even more for the hard work that everyone puts in.
Can this series never end? Seriously inspired <3 I would love to see a video that talks about how to start off in the industry and what would help the most for a young teen who hopes to work in fashion xxx
I loved this episode. it's great to hear from some of the top level people at Vogue, but I would be interested in hearing from people in more junior, entry level roles too. Can't wait for more of this series!
I'm honestly amused with these series and I have mad respect for British Vogue. I love Alexandra and Lucinda 's taste than Anna especially now that Grace Coddington is stepping down. Alexa hosting it is just the perfect fit.
I love this Alexa. The behind the scene fashion world is soo interesting . I love everything fashion, hair makeup clothes shoes everything. and how it all comes together. I would love to see more of this.
I absolutely loved this. However, as a very ethnic looking latina girl, I couldn't help but notice how their whole staff is completely white. There must be thousands of young women and men of all ethnicities applying to Vogue. Is it coincidence that after filtering everyone out their whole staff is completely white?
It's me Sasha ew, you really thought you did something with that comment. people like you are the kind that push fashion progressively backwards despite all the strides that talented people of colour are making for the fashion industry. you should go to d&g since your ethics seems to line up with them! thank u, next
Hi Alexa ! Love this series so informative ! I had a question, I am currently about to finish a civil engineering/architecture degree. When I graduate I would love to work in fashion. I was wondering what are your thoughts on people who haven't got the traditional marketing/pr/fashion degrees entering the industry. Thanks
2016 Workforce 100: Ranking the World’s Top Companies for HR.
American Express, which has made the list all three years, takes the top spot in this year’s list of top companies for HR.
To excel at everything from talent management to recruiting to benefits to diversity is not an easy task. To shine in those areas year after year is exemplary. Now in its third year, the Workforce 100 recognizes companies that excel in various areas of human resources during the course of the previous year. To determine which companies make the list, Workforce editors work with researchers from the Human Capital Media Advisory Group, the magazine’s research arm.
To find out which companies are the best for HR management, the research team created a statistical formula to shift through publicly available data on HR performance to separate the best from the rest. This year, to give employees more of a “say,” we’ve asked recruiting and job review website Glassdoor Inc. to provide data on what workers are saying about the companies that made our short list. From there, we combined that information with the public data available to create our 2016 Workforce 100 list.
American Express Inc. was the top company on this year’s list, and it has made the list all three years. Thirty-three other companies have also made all of the lists.