Fashion Roundtable Biographies:
Robin Givhan is originally from Michigan. She majored in English at Princeton University and has a masters degree in journalism from the University of Michigan. Robin has been on the staff of the Detroit Free Press, San Francisco Chronicle and Vogue magazine. She's been at The Washington Post since 1995 and in addition to covering the fashion industry, also helped to cover the 2000 presidential election, the Atlanta Olympic Games and, of course, the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Robin contributed to a couple of books and freelanced for Essence, The International Herald Tribune and Town and Country, among others. She lives in New York and has a dog.
Constance C.R. White is a 14-year veteran of the fashion industry. Most recently she was a correspondent and the fashion news anchor for Metro Tv's Full Frontal Fashion. White was founding fashion director and a contributing writer for Talk magazine. Prior to joining Talk, she was a style reporter for The New York Times. Previously, she was Executive fashion editor of Elle magazine. She is the author of the book "StyleNoir'' (Putnam/Perigee). She has also written for Essence magazine, The International Herald Tribune and British Vogue. White has appeared as a fashion correspondent on Lifetime Television and has been a guest style expert on several television programs including, "Oprah'', "Colin Cowie's Everyday Elegance'', "Today in New York'', WABC-TV's "Inside Fashion Week" and E!'s Video Fashion.
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