- A person who is responsible for critiquing fashion either for a newspaper, magazine, television or the Internet. Some of the best-known fashion critics include Carrie Donovan (New York Times), Mary Lou Luther (International Fashion Syndicate), Hebe Dorsey and Suzie Menkes (International Herald Tribune), Eugenia Sheppard (New York-Herald Tribune) and Pulitzer Prize-winner Robin Givhan (Washington Post).
Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry. Francesca Sterlacci and Joanne Arbuckle.
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