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The teen - who stars in Disney TV show Wizards Of Waverly Place, is a Unicef ambassador and released her debut album last month - will launch a fashion brand called Dream Out Loud by Selena Gomez, reports Women's Wear Daily.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- Christine Guilfoyle has been named Publisher of Women's Wear Daily (WWD), it was announced today by Daniel Lagani, President of the Fairchild Fashion Group, a unit of Conde Nast Publications.
CATE BLANCHETT (March 21, 1999): Blanchett's periwinkle Christian Dior gown with its Garden of Eden scene splashed across the translucent tulle back was dubbed the "most fantastic Oscar dress ever" by Women's Wear Daily.
Women's Wear Daily has reflected many years in the fashion industry, with the publication's editors viewing many changes in fashion and retailing over the decades.
Seven former Women's Wear Daily editors, each briefly profiled, shed light on the fashion industry and the role of this influential trade paper (which debuted in 1910) in the latter half of the 20th century.
This year, the Foundation bestowed the honor on Pete Born, 27-year veteran of Women's Wear Daily and Fairchild Publications (as current vice president/associate publisher and executive editor, beauty, respectively).
The author comes from the modern urban Indian background described in the story and has been a fashion writer for CNN, Women's Wear Daily, and other publications in the US and Hong Kong.
There's real interest to see what he's going to come back with," says Eric Wilson, associate sportswear editor for Women's Wear Daily.