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These Career Advice Books Will Help You Learn How to Break Into The Fashion Industry

The Telegraph

Rory McIlroy returns to happy place as he aims to gain USPGA Championship boost

Rory McIlroy will arrive at the Wells Fargo Championship on his 32nd birthday on Tuesday hopeful that one of his favourite stamping grounds can inspire a march back up the rankings after falling to his lowest position in more than 11 years. The Northern Irishman has not been seen since last month’s Masters, where he followed his poor showing at The Players Championship with his second missed cut in three events. This inactivity has cause him to plunge another two places to 15th in the world, his worst standing since 2009, when he was a 20-year-old who was not even a member on the PGA Tour. Since then, he has spent 98 weeks at world No 1, most recently in June last year. In those 11 months after the Tour resumed from the Covid-19,

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Alex Drexler Knows Where to Turn for Buttoned-Down Advice

In Personal Board of Directors, top business leaders talk about the people they turn to for advice, and how those people have shaped their perspective and helped them succeed. Previous installments from the series are here.

For Alex Drexler, it wasn’t always easy growing up with a famous, super successful father. “As a kid, I’d see his face on the cover of magazines,” Alex said of his dad Mickey Drexler, who, as CEO of Gap Inc. in the 1990s, made khakis and T-shirts cool. “The bar was set very high.”

So much so, that initially Alex wanted nothing to do with fashion. He worked as a bellman at several Ian Schrager hotels and, then, after graduating from Trinity College he enrolled in Cardozo School of Law with dreams of becoming a District Attorney and one day joining the Federal Bureau of Investigations. But law school wasn’t for him, and

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Lauren Chan Talks Fashion Career Advice & More

Seventeen’s How I Made It features professionals across various industries that are making waves in their careers. In the series, Seventeen Editor-in-Chief Kristin Koch interviews these leaders to answer your career questions.

Lauren Chan began her career as a plus-size model in New York City where she continues to walk the runways for some of the biggest names in fashion. Chan then became a fashion editor and went on to write award-winning pieces for publications like Vogue and Glamour. Through her work as a model and editor, Chan started to focus on size acceptance and body positivity.

Most recently, Chan launched Henning, a luxury womenswear line available in sizes 12 to 26. People like Ashley Graham, Stacey Abrams and Cori Bush have all been spotted wearing her pieces, NBD.

As a pioneer in bringing size-inclusive fashion to the forefront, Lauren shared all the details about being involved in multiple

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