Isabel Wilkinson is the former Fashion & Arts Editor at The Daily Beast. She covers fashion, style, art, and culture. Wilkinson holds a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University. She resides primarily in New York.
A new book, City Parks, features essays from contemporary writers and luminaries—from Zadie Smith to Bill Clinton—on their favorite parks. Isabel Wilkinson talks to its editor, Catie Marron.
For his new show at Pace Prints, the artist presents pictures of Elle Fanning rendered as a candy princess. In his drawings, Cotton interpreted current high-fashion pieces as candy.
At the Christening of Prince George, The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant in an ivory-colored Alexander McQueen ruffled suit.
The legendary fashion photographer focuses on Kate Moss, Amber Valetta, and Guinevere van Seenus.
The fashion photographer captures Kate Moss, Amber Valletta, and Guinevere van Seenus, three of the most famous ‘90s models, for a new book. He talks to Isabel Wilkinson.
How are women perceived at work? Endia Beal talks to Isabel Wilkinson about her provocative photos.
Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts will be the head of retail and online stores at Apple—and the company’s only female executive. Isabel Wilkinson reports.
The street artist gave New Yorkers a big surprise: he sold his art on the street for $60. The catch? Almost no one noticed. Isabel Wilkinson reports.
The New York City Ballet collaborated with three top designers to costume its fall performances.