ROBIN GIVHAN IS ON, ON, TO THE NEXT AT NEWSWEEK By Channing Hargrove | December 15th, 2010 Robin Givhan has spent the last 15 years at The Washington Post, and is now moving on to join the staff at Newsweek and The Daily Beast. World Wide Web- Fashion writer Robin Givhan, after a Pulitzer...

One of my favorite fashion writers today, Robin Givhan (her DB contributions are really interesting) is, apparently, starting a war against shallow blogging. Fashion – wise, I completely understand and support her theory that bloggers tend to waggle their integrity out the window when it comes...

Shereen Marisol Meraji of Southern California Public Radio spoke with Robin Givhan, among others, about the relevancy of LA Fashion Week and Givhan doesn't sugarcoat her thoughts. The fashion critic believes that New York should be the only US city with a fashion week, saying "France has...

• Thanks to a Daily Beast piece she wrote in January proclaiming Karl Lagerfeld as "overrated,"Robin Givhan was stripped of her usual front-row seat at the Chanel Fall 2012 show. "A pair of binoculars might have helped," she joked. I guess Lagerfeld knows who she is after all! (The Cut) •...

Everyone from First Lady Michelle Obama to Naomi Campbell to fashion critic Robin Givhan made the cut: Designers as varied as Christian Louboutinand Mary Kate & Ashley Olson were deemed most salient under the designer rubric; Beverly Johnson, Iman, and Naomi Campbell were included in the...

Robin Givhan is set to leave her position as a fashion critic for the Washington Post after 15 years (Givhan is the only fashion writer to win a Pulitzer Prize in 2006 for her criticism). News surmounted late yesterday (Dec. 14th) of Givhan's departure but she plans to go to Tina Brown's...

Styleite Robin Givhan Moves to Newsweek and The Daily Beast NBC New York (blog) Robin Givhan, the Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist best known for her intelligent analyses (read: smart, but incredibly accessible) of fashion and style is ... Robin Givhan Joins The Daily Beast And Newsweek...

Dots| Pulitizer prize winning Washington Post style writer Robin Givhan is headed to The Newsweek Daily Beast Company, working for Tina Brown. Givhan starts work on January 10. Robin Givhan is at her best not being a straight fashion writer. Like AOC, Givhan likes to write about the...

The New York Times reports that Pulitzer prize winning fashion critic and journalist Robin Givhan is leaving the Washington Post after 15 years: She is trading her prestigious title at the paper for a position as special style and culture correspondent at Tina Brown's Newsweek. Brown said, "We...

>> Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Robin Givhan has landed a book deal to write about the supermodel-studded Grand Divertissement à Versailles fashion show, which in 1973 pitted five American designers (Oscar de la Renta, Stephen Burrows, Halston, Anne Klein, and Bill Blass) against five French...

 

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