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...

>> 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...

Yep, just like half your friends, Pulitzer-Prize-winning, old-guard, highly respected fashion reporter Robin Givhan is enjoying some funemployment after a series of massive, across-the-board layoffs at the Newsweek/Daily Beast offices. We'd all been expecting drastic staff cuts for Tina...

Say it ain't so: Robin Givhan has been let go from her position as the special correspondent for style and culture at Newsweek and The Daily Beast. She'll leave the company at the end of the year. Daily Intelreports that Givhan is among the employees of The Newsweek/Daily Beast Company laid...

Robin Givhan is back at The Washington Post as fashion critic. According to Washington Post Executive Features Editor Liz Seymour's announcement, Givhan will start early June and will be covering "fashion as a business, as a cultural institution and as pure pleasure." Seymour also called...

In February, Robin Givhan wrote a very interesting piece for The Cut about so-called "ethical fashion," with Maiyet as a case study. The twist in that company's luxury womenswear offerings is that they are produced not only by real, life artisans, but that said artisans hail from struggling...

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...

• 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) •...

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...

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...

 

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