New Work: WWD Issue 31

WWD's first holiday gift guide! Fashion photography by Eli Schmidt, still photography by Will Anderson and Corey Olsen. Festive typography set in Dala Prisma by Commercial Type.

Photograph by Eli Schmidt. Headline set in Commercial Type's Dala Prisma

Photograph by Eli Schmidt. Headline set in Commercial Type's Dala Prisma

Still photography by Will Anderson

Still photography by Will Anderson

Photograph by Corey Olsen

Photograph by Corey Olsen

Illustration by John Ueland

Illustration by John Ueland

Memorable fashion moments of 2015 as holiday sweaters. Illustration by Megann Stephenson

Memorable fashion moments of 2015 as holiday sweaters. Illustration by Megann Stephenson

That time Dali tossed a bathtub through a Christmas window display . . .

That time Dali tossed a bathtub through a Christmas window display . . .

New Work: Beauty Inc. Redesign

The new issue of Beauty Inc. is out today, completing a redesign trifecta of the Fairchild print products (Footwear News and WWD relaunched earlier this year). The Beauty Inc. update features a new type palette starring Commercial Type's unreleased Chiswick Sans and the Font Bureau's Benton Sans.

Unilever President Alan Jope, photographed by Jude Edginton.

Unilever President Alan Jope, photographed by Jude Edginton.

Front-of-book opener, photographed by Claire Benoist

Front-of-book opener, photographed by Claire Benoist

Back-of-book data page

Back-of-book data page

New Work: WWD Issue 24

Illustration by Javier Jaen

Illustration by Javier Jaen

Raf Simons departs Dior. Layout by Nick Mrozowski

Raf Simons departs Dior. Layout by Nick Mrozowski

The season's rainbow of suit colors, photographed by Jacob & Carrol. Styled by Alex Badia,  layout by Nick Mrozowski

The season's rainbow of suit colors, photographed by Jacob & Carrol. Styled by Alex Badia,  layout by Nick Mrozowski

Accessories from Spring's RTW runways, illustrated by Mathilde Cretier, art directed by Nick Mrozowski

Accessories from Spring's RTW runways, illustrated by Mathilde Cretier, art directed by Nick Mrozowski

New Work: WWD Issue 19

Best issue yet. 

Thom Browne, photographed by Mark Mann. 

Thom Browne, photographed by Mark Mann. 

Mark is the king of the 4-minute celebrity portrait, but give him 45-minutes and a cooperative subject . . . 

Mark is the king of the 4-minute celebrity portrait, but give him 45-minutes and a cooperative subject . . . 

Designer sketches for Madonna's upcoming tour. Layout by Nick Mrozowski

Designer sketches for Madonna's upcoming tour. Layout by Nick Mrozowski

Layout by Gino Chua

Layout by Gino Chua

Public School, photographed by Peter Ash Lee

Public School, photographed by Peter Ash Lee

Robbie Myers, editor in chief of Elle. Photographed by Mark Mann

Robbie Myers, editor in chief of Elle. Photographed by Mark Mann

Layout by Nick Mrozowski

Layout by Nick Mrozowski

New Work: WWD Issue 16

Thom Browne for Barneys. Photograph by Eli Schmidt

Thom Browne for Barneys. Photograph by Eli Schmidt

Special package for Hong Kong-based supply-chain company Luen Thai, art directed by Christa Guerra.

Special package for Hong Kong-based supply-chain company Luen Thai, art directed by Christa Guerra.

Illustration by Christa Guerra

Illustration by Christa Guerra

New Work: WWD Issue 13

Starting to hit our stride as we approach our first Fashion Week season since launching the weekly magazine last spring . . . 

Volume photographed by Nyra Lang

Volume photographed by Nyra Lang

Art direction by Nick Mrozowski 

Art direction by Nick Mrozowski 

A dialed-in Media People section now featuring portraits by Mark Mann

A dialed-in Media People section now featuring portraits by Mark Mann

WWD Daily Editions (NY and Milan)

Excited to see our second special edition in print this week for New York Men's Fashion Week! Future editions will be published and distributed throughout Fashion Week this fall in NY, London, Milan and Paris. Commercial Type's Dala Prisma is featured in the city labels, and a red 'D' is used in the logo to signify 'Daily'.