This week on The Five, the editors of The Washington Times’ fashion desk are joined by our sister publication, the fashion editor of the fashion section of The Atlantic, the owner of a new fashion business, and the owner and CEO of a successful fashion business in their offices.
The editors of this week’s fashion show are: Lauren Conrad, founder and editor-in-chief of the New York-based fashion house L’Oréal.
She is also a fashion director at Louis Vuitton, and an editor-at-large at Vanity Fair.
L’Oreal is the owner, with Louis Vuillard, of the cosmetics empire LVMH and is an investor in the fashion brand Calvin Klein.
She has been named the 2015 recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for journalism.
She began her career as a young fashion model, but she has since expanded into the design and fashion industry.
L’Orèal is a major producer of high-end cosmetics and is the fourth largest producer of cosmetic and fragrance products in the world.
She recently announced that it is closing two of its existing factories, leaving only the one in London, and is laying off thousands of workers.
Her fashion division is one of the largest in the United States, and has offices in New York, New York City, Miami, London, Paris, Milan, Rome, and Tokyo.
The fashion department is staffed by more than 1,000 people and produces more than 400,000 pieces each year.
In 2016, L’Os Paris-based beauty line was acquired by LVMF, the world’s largest luxury cosmetics and fragrance company.
Lauren is a member of the National Board of Review, a prestigious advisory board, which advises and reviews fashion and beauty brands, and a member, as an advisor to The Atlantic’s editorial board, of LVMJ, the London-based luxury fashion and cosmetics company.
She founded L’OREOAL in 2005 as a line of high quality cosmetics and fragrances for women’s, men’s, and children’s beauty, and she now operates a full line of fragrance and beauty products in a wide range of fragrance, beauty, fragrance, and skin care categories.
She is the editor- in-chief for the New Yorkers fashion and fashion magazine The New York Times.
Lauren is a co-founder of The Fashion Institute of Technology and an associate professor of marketing at Cornell University’s Kellogg School of Management.
She also teaches fashion design at Cornell’s Graduate School of Design and is a contributing editor to the New Yorker magazine.
The Atlantic Fashion Directors Association is an organization of editors, photographers, editors-in -chiefs, designers, editors and creative directors from major fashion magazines, as well as small businesses, agencies, and other fashion-related organizations.
For more information, please visit the Atlantic’s fashion department at www.theatlantic.com/fashion.