Samira Nasr, Editor-in-Chief of Harper’s BAZAAR Talks Fashion at Concordia University

Who isn’t excited about tomorrow’s discussion with Samira Nasr, the Editor-in-Chief of Harper’s BAZAAR? The “FUTURE OF: Fashion x Media” takes place tomorrow virtually, hosted by Television Personality and Concordia University Graduate Isabelle Racicot.

Samira is the first Black editor to lead Harper’s BAZAAR, the oldest continuously published fashion magazine in America. This is a huge milestone in an industry where there is little if any, diversity at the highest levels. Her first full issues have touched on legacy, impact, representation, and inspiration and we are proud to be able to have her expand on those themes with us and for our audience.

In our era of social upheaval, how can the traditional fashion magazine evolve and respond to movements like Black Lives Matter, social media influencers, eco-consciousness, and more? What strategies can magazines adapt to stay relevant and future-proof their legacies, in print or pixels? And, finally, what fashion trends will we see post-pandemic?

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Samira is currently a member of CFDA’s Black advisory board, which is responsible for all of the organization’s efforts on inclusivity, diversity, and equality. Born in Montreal, Canada, Nasr currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, with her son.

Source: Concordia University 

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