Kate Moss, Hari Nef, Olivier Rousteing: How the Biggest Names in Fashion Forged Their Own Paths

Nef’s glamour, Moss’s bold moves, Rousteing’s Insta-fame, and more.

Emmys Game of Thrones and Veep took home the top honors of the night at the 2016 Emmys, but we’re doling out our own awards. See the best-dressed ladies, including Sarah Paulson in Prada, Millie Bobby Brown in Valentino, and more.

Fanning, Elle Just graduated high school; just graduated from the party to the after party.

Genius, Perfume Prada has interpreted the singer’s stage name quite literally, recruiting him to cover “Can’t Help Falling In Love” for the brand’s fragrance ad featuring Ansel Elgort, Mia Goth, Mia Wasikowska, and Dane DeHaan.

Goulding, Ellie One of the bright stars sitting front row at Topshop Unique. Here, our front row report straight from London Fashion Week.

Kane, Christopher On the occasion of his tenth anniversary in business, the Central Saint Martins alum, who works with his sister as his business partner, reflects on a decade of design, recalls a few career highlights, and offers a preview of Spring 2017.

Moss, Kate The supermodel left long-time agency Storm Management earlier this year to pursue her own projects, including a lifestyle brand and her own modeling agency. Later this month, Kate Moss Agency will emerge into the world — with an Instagram to match.

Nef, Hari The first transgender model to earn a worldwide modeling contract — with IMG, no less. Here’s how she became one of the biggest names in fashion.

Rousteing, Olivier The creative director of Balmain is just that — a creative director, not just a designer. And his Balmain Army is taking over fashion.