These Are the Women Who Changed Fashion, According to Harper's Bazaar

Erin Fitzpatrick

Movers and shakers: Harper's Bazaar just released its massive Women Who Changed Fashion list, featuring over 100 ladies (past and present) who have made an impact on the industry. The magazine organized them into eight categories: designers, fashion icons, models, editors, imagemakers, businesswomen, beauty gurus, and new media. Notable women include Twiggy, Jackie O., Diane von Furstenberg, Anna Wintour, Rihanna, Annie Leibovitz, Jenna Lyons, Eva Chen, and even Who What Wear's own Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power. [Harper's Bazaar

Alexander Wang expands: The designer has announced plans to launch a jewelry line, which will be available in mid-December. Locks and chains are prominent motifs in the collection, which includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and more. [WWD]

Fashion and art merge: Stylebop tapped three contemporary artists for an exclusive jewelry capsule collection. Available to preorder now, the artists' creations include unique pendants and cocktail rings made of the finest metals and stones. Shop the pieces here. [Stylebop

Buzzy beauty: Pat McGrath, the fashion industry's top makeup artist, offered the first look at her newest beauty product on her Instagram today. Dubbed Phantom 002, the mystery product will be available on December 15. [Byrdie

Hollywood-approved tips: MyDomaine tapped a celebrity personal assistant to dish some wise time-management tips. Helpful hints: Plan time for interruptions, understand your work style, pay attention to your daily habits, and schedule everything. [MyDomaine

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