Fashion

12 Of The Best Fashion Films of 2017 – Forbes – Forbes

Monday, August 07, 2017

Western Bonime Lajolla Fashion Film Festival Six years ago, very few people knew about or made fashion films. That’s changing fast. The number of fashion film festivals is growing every year and festivals like the La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival which is the biggest worldwide, is attracting major attention from Hollywood. In 2018 it may be a new category at the Academy awards. So, what are fashion films? Some…

12 Of The Best Fashion Films of 2017 – Forbes

Monday, August 07, 2017

Western Bonime Lajolla Fashion Film Festival Six years ago, very few people knew about or made fashion films. That’s changing fast. The number of fashion film festivals is growing every year and festivals like the La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival which is the biggest worldwide, is attracting major attention from Hollywood. In 2018 it may be a new category at the Academy awards. So, what are fashion films? Some…

Carol’s Closet: Clothing for Adult Women – The New Yorker

Monday, August 07, 2017

It’s summer! Time to fill your commemorative World Wildlife Fund cup with some iced rooibos chai and peruse the new collection from Carol’s Closet, your source for clothing that’s slightly hipper than Hillary Clinton’s but not quite as racy as Michelle Obama’s and, in any case, won’t make you look like your neighbor Elaine, who is really going through something since the divorce, poor thing. The College-Visit Trouser Slip on…

The Worlds Best Fashion Films At The Lajolla International Fashion Film Festival – Forbes

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Lajolla International Fashion Film Festival Lajolla International Fashion Film Festival If you love Cannes and Sundance, pay attention to the Lajolla International Fashion Film Festival in San Diego, California. The next big film festivals are going to be fashion films and the place to see them will be there. It’s a little festival with a big heart and big talent that has been quietly working with some of the best…

Innovation looks good on Cincinnati: Fashion, apparel startups creating vibrant community – WCPO

Sunday, August 06, 2017

CINCINNATI — Clad in the classic startup wardrobe of jeans and T-shirt, JUMPER Threads co-founder Daniel Redlinger floats throughout the Over-the-Rhine startup campus called Union Hall, stopping to work at various corners and nooks. Daniel Redlinger’s JUMPER Threads, a manufacturer and e-commerce retailer of premium everyday apparel, is one of a community of startups making their mark on Cincinnati’s burgeoning fashion and apparel industry. (Photo provided) Redlinger’s two-person startup is…

At TJ Maxx, merging boys and girls clothing is either clumsy marketing or culture war – Virginian-Pilot

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Have you ever noticed that the mothers of bald baby girls like to slap headbands on the craniums of their offspring? And that boys with masses of curls are often dressed in shirts emblazoned with firetrucks? There’s a reason. Parents want the world to know the gender of their kids. But if a move by one clothing store is a sign of where we’re headed, finding…

Carol’s Closet: Clothing for Adult Women – The New Yorker

Sunday, August 06, 2017

It’s summer! Time to fill your commemorative World Wildlife Fund cup with some iced rooibos chai and peruse the new collection from Carol’s Closet, your source for clothing that’s slightly hipper than Hillary Clinton’s but not quite as racy as Michelle Obama’s and, in any case, won’t make you look like your neighbor Elaine, who is really going through something since the divorce, poor thing. The College-Visit Trouser Slip on…

Carol’s Closet: Clothing for Adult Women – The New Yorker

Sunday, August 06, 2017

It’s summer! Time to fill your commemorative World Wildlife Fund cup with some iced rooibos chai and peruse the new collection from Carol’s Closet, your source for clothing that’s slightly hipper than Hillary Clinton’s but not quite as racy as Michelle Obama’s and, in any case, won’t make you look like your neighbor Elaine, who is really going through something since the divorce, poor thing. The College-Visit Trouser Slip on…

New clothing brand wants to bring back the swastika as a fashion logo – Metro

Sunday, August 06, 2017

(Picture: Teespring.com/ KA Design/ Facebook) There are somethings that you just can’t do – even in the name of artistic freedom. You can’t go around kicking dogs. You can’t abuse kids. And you can’t go around plastering symbols of racism and genocide on t-shirts. Celebrate National Underwear Day with these ethical pants brands Which is why it’s baffling that one fashion brand has just been set up with mission of…

Kurt Warner’s storybook path ends in fitting fashion – ESPN (blog)

Sunday, August 06, 2017

4:12 AM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment There were so many times when Kurt Warner wondered why he never took what he called “the straight path.” Why he didn’t go from starring in college to being drafted in the first round to locking down a starting job in the NFL, just like so many others. He sees it a little differently these days. “I wouldn’t want…

Being a Refugee Isn’t a Fashion Statement – New York Times

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Still, Ms. Gustafson stands by the decision to give the garment a politically charged name. “When you create something, you have to give it a name,” she told me on Thursday. “Most of fashion has the most boring names ever because people don’t want to have serious conversations in that realm, but it’s important that we talk about these issues in fashion.” Advertisement Continue reading the main story She’s right…

Kurt Warner’s storybook path ends in fitting fashion – ESPN (blog)

Sunday, August 06, 2017

4:12 AM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment There were so many times when Kurt Warner wondered why he never took what he called “the straight path.” Why he didn’t go from starring in college to being drafted in the first round to locking down a starting job in the NFL, just like so many others. He sees it a little differently these days. “I wouldn’t want…

Being a Refugee Isn’t a Fashion Statement – New York Times

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Still, Ms. Gustafson stands by the decision to give the garment a politically charged name. “When you create something, you have to give it a name,” she told me on Thursday. “Most of fashion has the most boring names ever because people don’t want to have serious conversations in that realm, but it’s important that we talk about these issues in fashion.” Advertisement Continue reading the main story She’s right…

Back-to-school fashion show at Pine Ridge Mall – KIFI – Local News 8 – LocalNews8.com

Sunday, August 06, 2017

<!– –> Pine Ridge Mall back to school… CHUBBUCK, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) – It’s almost that time of year again for back-to-school shopping. On Saturday, Pine Ridge Mall hosted a back-to-school fashion show to give kids, parents and the community some ideas on the latest trends for their back-to-school wardrobes. Many of the stores in the mall took part in the fashion show, including Pro Image, Herberger’s, Wicked Cute Boutique, and…

Sally Karago: The Queen of Fashion – The Standard

Sunday, August 06, 2017

ALSO READ: Tej Preet Kaur: I teach brain and body development in young children Sally Karago is a fashion designer at SK Fashion and the founder of the Mcensal School of Fashion. She explains why education is the key in the fashion industry. What sparked your interest in fashion? I was 12 years old when I knew I was going to be a fashion designer. I loved the idea of…

Back-to-school fashion show at Pine Ridge Mall – LocalNews8.com

Sunday, August 06, 2017

<!– –> Pine Ridge Mall back to school… CHUBBUCK, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) – It’s almost that time of year again for back-to-school shopping. On Saturday, Pine Ridge Mall hosted a back-to-school fashion show to give kids, parents and the community some ideas on the latest trends for their back-to-school wardrobes. Many of the stores in the mall took part in the fashion show, including Pro Image, Herberger’s, Wicked Cute Boutique, and…

Being a Refugee Isn’t a Fashion Statement – New York Times

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Still, Ms. Gustafson stands by the decision to give the garment a politically charged name. “When you create something, you have to give it a name,” she told me on Thursday. “Most of fashion has the most boring names ever because people don’t want to have serious conversations in that realm, but it’s important that we talk about these issues in fashion.” Advertisement Continue reading the main story She’s right…

Back-to-school clothing drive helps 550 people – Sherman Denison Herald Democrat

Sunday, August 06, 2017

By Future Brown, Herald Democrat A local church spent the weekend trying to help parents get their children ready to go back to school. The back-to-school clothing giveaway at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Denison was held at the church on Friday and Saturday and distributed clothes for more than 550 people over the course of the two-day event. “There are a lot of families that…