Fashion

Fashion Week’s Anti-Trump Runway Politics – The New Yorker

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Before Donald Trump’s Presidency, fashion designers’ taste for courting controversy was normally limited to the aesthetic realm.CreditPHOTOGRAPH ALBA VIGARAY / EPA / REDUX On Monday last week, at her eighteenth-floor atelier on West Thirty-seventh Street, in the garment district, the French fashion designer Sophie Theallet showed me her fall collection. For the past two seasons, she has eschewed the traditional runway show during New York Fashion Week, preferring not to…

Fashion Week’s Anti-Trump Runway Politics – The New Yorker

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Before Donald Trump’s Presidency, fashion designers’ taste for courting controversy was normally limited to the aesthetic realm.CreditPHOTOGRAPH ALBA VIGARAY / EPA / REDUX On Monday last week, at her eighteenth-floor atelier on West Thirty-seventh Street, in the garment district, the French fashion designer Sophie Theallet showed me her fall collection. For the past two seasons, she has eschewed the traditional runway show during New York Fashion Week, preferring not to…

Fashion Influencers Dress Up For A Night Out In India – Forbes

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Evangelie Smyrniotaki of Style Heroine joins six other fashion influencers for a Jimmy Choo shoot in Rajasthan, India. Photo courtesy of Jimmy Choo Once upon a time, Fashion Week was an event exclusively for editors, models, celebrities and a few VIP clients. There were only a few bloggers back then who sat front row among. Things have changed in the past years. Blogging is no longer just a hobby or…

Fashion Week’s Anti-Trump Runway Politics – The New Yorker

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Before Donald Trump’s Presidency, fashion designers’ taste for courting controversy was normally limited to the aesthetic realm.CreditPHOTOGRAPH ALBA VIGARAY / EPA / REDUX On Monday last week, at her eighteenth-floor atelier on West Thirty-seventh Street, in the garment district, the French fashion designer Sophie Theallet showed me her fall collection. For the past two seasons, she has eschewed the traditional runway show during New York Fashion Week, preferring not to…

Fashion Week’s Anti-Trump Runway Politics – The New Yorker

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Before Donald Trump’s Presidency, fashion designers’ taste for courting controversy was normally limited to the aesthetic realm.CreditPHOTOGRAPH ALBA VIGARAY / EPA / REDUX On Monday last week, at her eighteenth-floor atelier on West Thirty-seventh Street, in the garment district, the French fashion designer Sophie Theallet showed me her fall collection. For the past two seasons, she has eschewed the traditional runway show during New York Fashion Week, preferring not to…

Fashion Week’s Anti-Trump Runway Politics – The New Yorker

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Before Donald Trump’s Presidency, fashion designers’ taste for courting controversy was normally limited to the aesthetic realm.CreditPHOTOGRAPH ALBA VIGARAY / EPA / REDUX On Monday last week, at her eighteenth-floor atelier on West Thirty-seventh Street, in the garment district, the French fashion designer Sophie Theallet showed me her fall collection. For the past two seasons, she has eschewed the traditional runway show during New York Fashion Week, preferring not to…

Fashion Week’s Anti-Trump Runway Politics – The New Yorker

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Before Donald Trump’s Presidency, fashion designers’ taste for courting controversy was normally limited to the aesthetic realm.CreditPHOTOGRAPH ALBA VIGARAY / EPA / REDUX On Monday last week, at her eighteenth-floor atelier on West Thirty-seventh Street, in the garment district, the French fashion designer Sophie Theallet showed me her fall collection. For the past two seasons, she has eschewed the traditional runway show during New York Fashion Week, preferring not to…

The Businessman Behind Cool British Fashion Brands – New York Times

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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The French Revolution in Fashion – Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

New York When Christian Dior died in 1957, after 10 years in which the West happily heeled to his whiplash fashion decrees, a replacement was already in the wings, the 21-year-old Yves Saint Laurent. His first collection for Dior, Spring 1958, was a leap into the void called “Trapeze.” Shaped like a space capsule—a cone widening outward toward the hem—Trapeze was waistless, a far cry from the corseted hourglass that…

In a post-Brexit world, fashion industry puts on a brave face despite … – CNBC

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

While the decision to leave the European Union may not yet have shown its full wrath on the U.K. economy, fashion designers remain relatively optimistic, believing the industry will weather the storm. “I’m not worried at all. I think London and British fashion is growing and I think that London is a great city for creativity and I think it’ll be absolutely fine,” fashion designer Anya Hindmarch told CNBC’s Tania…

Provo native ‘defines’ new clothing line – Universe.byu.edu

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

In the small back room of a Provo basement apartment, Hannah Gordon works on her passion — clothing design. Gordon launched her own line, Define Clothing, after graduating from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising last year. Gordon has been involved with the fashion industry since she starting modeling at a young age. She found her love for fashion design while attending Timpview High School in Orem. “(Timpview) had a really amazing program,” Gordon said. “That’s where it…

Burberry draws on sculptor Henry Moore in fashion highlight – Boston Herald

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

LONDON — All eyes were on Burberry and creative director Christopher Bailey Monday night as London Fashion Week reached its starry climax. Bailey didn’t disappoint, drawing on the sculptor Henry Moore for inspiration in a startling new collection that built on the English heritage brand’s traditional appeal. The Burberry spectacle capped four days of shows that highlighted London’s claim to be an international fashion hub that rivals Paris, Milan and…

In a post-Brexit world, fashion industry puts on a brave face despite uncertainty – CNBC

Monday, February 20, 2017

While the decision to leave the European Union may not yet have shown its full wrath on the U.K. economy, fashion designers remain relatively optimistic, believing the industry will weather the storm. “I’m not worried at all. I think London and British fashion is growing and I think that London is a great city for creativity and I think it’ll be absolutely fine,” fashion designer Anya Hindmarch told CNBC’s Tania…

Where to Spot the London Fashion Flock – New York Times

Sunday, February 19, 2017

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London Fashion Week: anarchy, androgyny and retro Americana – The Independent

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Day two and the fash pack are really getting in to the swing of things. From fledgling talents at Fashion East to homecomings at Ports 1961 and Donatella¹s supermodel extravaganza, London Fashion Week seriously kicked it up a notch today. Gareth Pugh It might have been the penultimate show of the day but Gareth Pugh‘s new season collection made the biggest impact of them all. As relentless looping samples of…

Fashion, politics and feminism: Women’s magazines find new winning formula – The Mercury News

Sunday, February 19, 2017

The latest issue of Glamour offers up some of the expected glossy-magazine advice for young women: make-up tips for spring and a fashion spread on bold, colorful looks for work and going out at night. Related Articles Women’s March organizers plan ‘Day Without A Woman’ strike next month San Jose: Women gather to resist Trump agenda March For Science to be held on Earth Day, April 22 Sheryl Sandberg preaches hope during…

Fashion, politics and feminism: Women’s magazines find new winning formula – The Mercury News

Sunday, February 19, 2017

The latest issue of Glamour offers up some of the expected glossy-magazine advice for young women: make-up tips for spring and a fashion spread on bold, colorful looks for work and going out at night. Related Articles Women’s March organizers plan ‘Day Without A Woman’ strike next month San Jose: Women gather to resist Trump agenda March For Science to be held on Earth Day, April 22 Sheryl Sandberg preaches hope during…

Fashion, politics and feminism: Women’s magazines find new winning formula – The Mercury News

Sunday, February 19, 2017

The latest issue of Glamour offers up some of the expected glossy-magazine advice for young women: make-up tips for spring and a fashion spread on bold, colorful looks for work and going out at night. Related Articles Women’s March organizers plan ‘Day Without A Woman’ strike next month San Jose: Women gather to resist Trump agenda March For Science to be held on Earth Day, April 22 Sheryl Sandberg preaches hope during…