NYT fashion director in Israel: There's nothing superficial about clothes
New York Times fashion director and chief fashion critic Vanessa Friedman on the industry and its growing status and power in the world.
In 2002, after taking a career break following the birth of her second son, Vanessa Friedman decided to return to work. She contacted the Financial Times in order to find out whether they needed a reporter. “I called somebody and they said, ‘Funny you should call.’ And that was that,” she says, explaining how she switched from being a freelance reporter to an editor at...
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