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Meet Precious Lee, the Model Changing the Industry With Every Strut – E! Online

E! News: In October 2011, you shared one of your first posts on Instagram—a throwback photo of Donatella Versace with Mariah Carey and Beyoncé. How does it feel now a decade later to not only have walked the Versace runway, but also to be a face of the spring-summer 2021 campaign?

Precious Lee: Oh my god! Y’all saw that?! That was literally in week one of having Instagram! UH-mazing! Well, I’ve always adored those women! What’s funny is I was the first curve model Queen Beyoncé used for her Ivy Park x Adidas collection in November. I also wrote a song for Mariah Carey when I was in high school I wanted her to sing—yes and I still have it—and I’ve always loved how fab Donatella is and the House of Versace glamour. So, honestly just waiting on Mariah to call me any moment now. I feel so incredibly

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WWD, Parsons, Yellowbrick Launch Online Fashion Business Course

WWD has teamed with the Parsons School of Design and the education platform Yellowbrick to produce Fashion Business Essentials — an online course digging deep into the trends shaping the industry today.

The program includes over 15 hours of instruction and project time offered across five modules hitting topics as diverse as “Entrepreneurship and the Fashion System,” “Managing Fashion Production,” “Fashion Branding,” “Marketing Strategies,” and “Retailing and Distribution.”

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Those who complete the course, which can be found at www.yellowbrick.co/FashionBusiness, will earn a noncredit certificate from Parsons.

Yellowbrick previously produced a Sneaker Essentials course and also collaborated with Parsons for a Fashion Industry Essentials course, seeking to introduce people to the intricacies of the industries they love while also helping to identify possible career paths.

At least two big names in basketball have used the courses to build their fashion chops, including the Suns’ Langston Galloway, who

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Watch Kylie Jenner Give Caitlyn Jenner an Ultra-Glam Makeover – E! Online

Caitlyn Jenner has the best makeup artist: Her daughter, Kylie Jenner!

On Saturday, Feb. 6, the 71-year-old Olympian posted a YouTube video showing the 23-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star giving her a makeover. Caitlyn is first seen entering the offices of Kylie Cosmetics in the clip. “So much fun!” she tells her daughter, who echoes her sentiment.

“We saved this special moment for you guys because this is gonna be the first time that I ever do my dad’s makeup,” Kylie says, spurring Caitlyn to give her a high five. “Did you ever think this day would come?”

Caitlyn replies, “No, I never thought, I mean, I was 65 years old before I found I can’t do this.”

Kylie has helped Caitlyn with her makeup before but has never been seen giving her a full makeover. The Kylie Cosmetics founder was shown applying one lip gloss on

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This New Online Retailer Pairs Shoppers With Beauty Brands That Align With Their Values

“Today, more than ever, shoppers understand that how and where they spend their dollars can drive real economic impact,” says Geenie founder Chana Ginelle Ewing.

Geenie founder Chana Ginelle Ewing.
Geenie founder Chana Ginelle Ewing.

We’re living in a time when major corporations are being put on blast — for problematic labor practices, problematic leadershipproblematic political affiliations, problematic sustainability practices, you name it. And consumers are increasingly questioning where and how they spend their dollars. 

Fortunately for beauty shoppers, it also happens to be a boom time for indie beauty brands, many of which are BIPOC-owned and driven by principles of inclusion, philanthropy and lifting up marginalized people. But parsing through the many (many) emerging labels on the market — and determining what their values are — can be complicated and time-consuming. Enter Geenie, a new e-commerce marketplace founded by author and marketing veteran Chana Ginelle Ewing, that seeks to 

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