A New York City-based writer and editor, Leah Faye Cooper's work explores the people, places and trends shaping the world of style. As editorial director of Coveteur, she oversaw the site's behind-the-scenes coverage of fashion, beauty, travel, and living. She is currently a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, and her work has appeared in Harper's Bazaar, Glamour, Time Out New York, and StyleCaster, among numerous other publications. Prior to pursuing her journalism career, Leah spent two fantastic years teaching high school English in Houston through Teach For America.
Braided & Laid
The (Hair) Ties That Bind
Three Black writers discuss their hair histories — from hot combs and relaxers to afros and box braids.
The Dermatologist In Chanel
How Harvard-educated Mohs surgeon Michelle Henry became the go-to derm for models, beauty editors, and in-the-know New Yorkers.
TV & Movies
Quinta Brunson, Star Student
Quinta Brunson's show 'Abbott Elementary' could appear to be an overnight success. But she's spent years doing her homework.
Luxe Gifts For Loved Ones That Are Totally Worth The Splurge
Style expert Chizi Duru shares high-quality Macy's finds for friends & fam who picked up new hobbies.
Future Of Fashion
5 Buyers Discuss The Future Of Retail After Coronavirus
It will never be the same.
4 Effortlessly Stylish Lounge Looks For Easing Into Fall
Effortlessly Stylish Lounge Looks For Easing Into Fall
15 Unexpected Nike Swaps For Your Classic White Sneakers (That Actually Go With Everything)
Vibrant sneakers to elevate your fall wardrobe
8 Jewelry Essentials To Start Your Collection (That You’ll Keep For A Lifetime)
Law Roach Is Helping To Rebuild Black-Owned Businesses
His fLAWless fundraiser amassed more than $83,000 in its first 24 hours.
Size Diversity Is Still An Afterthought. Here's What Victor Glemaud's Doing About That.