Fashion

Simon Collins Shakes Things Up With Fashion, Culture, Design ‘UnConference’ – Forbes

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Fashion, Culture, Design Simon Collins and Fashion, Culture, Design takes place this Friday, June 16, at The New School in New York. In a fashion industry plagued by outdated and challenging cycles of production and a slow-to-adapt mentality towards evolutionary factors, Simon Collins, founder of Fashion, Culture, Design (FCD)—a summit-like event which he’s dubbed an ‘UnConference’—is determined to find solutions to the issues that plague the major industries of culture….

Students’ Pro-Trump Clothing Gets Edited Out Of Yearbook – HuffPost

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

“He was disappointed,” Grant’s father, Joseph Berardo Jr., told CNN. “This was the first election he has been interested in.” 

Luxury fashion brands shift budgets to digital – Business Insider – Business Insider

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

BI Intelligence See Also This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Digital Media Briefing” subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Luxury fashion brands like Gucci and Louis Vuitton — traditionally big magazine advertisers — are starting to shift more and more ad dollars to digital channels, according to The Wall Street Journal. Globally, the luxury industry spent over $1 billion on digital ads in 2016, a 63%…

Luxury fashion brands shift budgets to digital – Business Insider

Monday, June 12, 2017

BI Intelligence See Also This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Digital Media Briefing” subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Luxury fashion brands like Gucci and Louis Vuitton — traditionally big magazine advertisers — are starting to shift more and more ad dollars to digital channels, according to The Wall Street Journal. Globally, the luxury industry spent over $1 billion on digital ads in 2016, a 63%…

Martine Rose takes high fashion outdoors for new menswear … – The Guardian

Monday, June 12, 2017

Martine Rose’s show at London men’s fashion week took place at a climbing wall in Tottenham on Sunday night. It is testament to the buzz around the 37-year-old designer that the fashion crowd made the trip far out of their central London comfort zone. Rose is one of the most exciting talents in London menswear. Her label dates back to 2007, but after a hiatus she relaunched it on the…

Homing Insta: why fashion influencers are moving into interiors – The Guardian

Monday, June 12, 2017

The story of one of this year’s most remarked-upon interiors trends started on Instagram. When fashion stylist and influencer Erica Davies started featuring snaps of herself – in leather biker jackets or high-waisted white denim skirts – taken in her bedroom, with a brown and cream Scandi-style rug underfoot, the heart-eyed emojis came thick and fast from her 51,000 followers. Soon enough, the La Redoute rug had its own Instagram…

Fashion doesn’t empower all women – The Guardian

Monday, June 12, 2017

A highlight of the $3tn fashion industry took place last week: the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) awards. These aren’t just a pat on the back, they’re career-defining. But you’re more likely to get one if you’re a man. Research by American academic and sociologist Allyson Stokes found that between 1981–2013, 98 men received a CFDA award, but only 29 women. This year the only female nominees were…

Google’s "We Wear Culture" project is a stunning, searchable … – Quartz

Monday, June 12, 2017

Google’s latest project may be the most widely accessible and comprehensive fashion collection on the planet. All you need to view it is an internet connection. “We Wear Culture” is a collaboration between Google and more than 180 museums, schools, fashion institutions, and other organizations from all parts of the globe. It’s part of Google’s Arts & Culture platform, which is digitizing the world’s cultural treasures, and functions as a…

The best shows from London Fashion Week Men’s SS18 | The … – The Independent

Monday, June 12, 2017

London Fashion Week Men’s, with a newly designed logo by Tracey Emin, has celebrated its fifth birthday as well as its propensity to create an unrivalled space for homegrown and international talent.  Day one Kicking off on the day of the UK election result, it was by no means a coincidence that some of the industry’s shrewdest young designers stuck to their signature anarchic style. At Liam Hodges – a brand that’s identified…

Martine Rose takes high fashion outdoors for new menswear collection – The Guardian

Monday, June 12, 2017

Martine Rose’s show at London men’s fashion week took place at a climbing wall in Tottenham on Sunday night. It is testament to the buzz around the 37-year-old designer that the fashion crowd made the trip far out of their central London comfort zone. Rose is one of the most exciting talents in London menswear. Her label dates back to 2007, but after a hiatus she relaunched it on the…

Google’s "We Wear Culture" project is a stunning, searchable … – Quartz

Monday, June 12, 2017

Google’s latest project may be the most widely accessible and comprehensive fashion collection on the planet. All you need to view it is an internet connection. “We Wear Culture” is a collaboration between Google and more than 180 museums, schools, fashion institutions, and other organizations from all parts of the globe. It’s part of Google’s Arts & Culture platform, which is digitizing the world’s cultural treasures, and functions as a…

Fashion doesn’t empower all women | Lucy Siegle | Opinion | The … – The Guardian

Monday, June 12, 2017

A highlight of the $3tn fashion industry took place last week: the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) awards. These aren’t just a pat on the back, they’re career-defining. But you’re more likely to get one if you’re a man. Research by American academic and sociologist Allyson Stokes found that between 1981–2013, 98 men received a CFDA award, but only 29 women. This year the only female nominees were…

New Google project digitizes world’s top fashion archives – nwitimes.com

Monday, June 12, 2017

This screen image released by Google shows a section of the new Google project, “We Wear Culture.” Google Inc., which launched the Google Art Project in 2011 to link users with vast art collections around the world, has expanded its scope to include fashion.

Google’s "We Wear Culture" project is a stunning, searchable … – Quartz

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Google’s latest project may be the most widely accessible and comprehensive fashion collection on the planet. All you need to view it is an internet connection. “We Wear Culture” is a collaboration between Google and more than 180 museums, schools, fashion institutions, and other organizations from all parts of the globe. It’s part of Google’s Arts & Culture platform, which is digitizing the world’s cultural treasures, and functions as a…

Fashion doesn’t empower all women | Lucy Siegle | Opinion | The … – The Guardian

Sunday, June 11, 2017

A highlight of the $3tn fashion industry took place last week: the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) awards. These aren’t just a pat on the back, they’re career-defining. But you’re more likely to get one if you’re a man. Research by American academic and sociologist Allyson Stokes found that between 1981–2013, 98 men received a CFDA award, but only 29 women. This year the only female nominees were…

Google’s "We Wear Culture" project is a stunning, searchable … – Quartz

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Google’s latest project may be the most widely accessible and comprehensive fashion collection on the planet. All you need to view it is an internet connection. “We Wear Culture” is a collaboration between Google and more than 180 museums, schools, fashion institutions, and other organizations from all parts of the globe. It’s part of Google’s Arts & Culture platform, which is digitizing the world’s cultural treasures, and functions as a…

Fashion doesn’t empower all women | Lucy Siegle | Opinion | The … – The Guardian

Sunday, June 11, 2017

A highlight of the $3tn fashion industry took place last week: the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) awards. These aren’t just a pat on the back, they’re career-defining. But you’re more likely to get one if you’re a man. Research by American academic and sociologist Allyson Stokes found that between 1981–2013, 98 men received a CFDA award, but only 29 women. This year the only female nominees were…

Fashion doesn’t empower all women – The Guardian

Sunday, June 11, 2017

A highlight of the $3tn fashion industry took place last week: the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) awards. These aren’t just a pat on the back, they’re career-defining. But you’re more likely to get one if you’re a man. Research by American academic and sociologist Allyson Stokes found that between 1981–2013, 98 men received a CFDA award, but only 29 women. This year the only female nominees were…

Fashion doesn’t empower all women – The Guardian

Sunday, June 11, 2017

A highlight of the $3tn fashion industry took place last week: the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) awards. These aren’t just a pat on the back, they’re career-defining. But you’re more likely to get one if you’re a man. Research by American academic and sociologist Allyson Stokes found that between 1981–2013, 98 men received a CFDA award, but only 29 women. This year the only female nominees were…

Google has built a stunning, searchable archive of 3000 years of world fashion – Quartz

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Google’s latest project may be the most widely accessible and comprehensive fashion collection on the planet. All you need to view it is an internet connection. “We Wear Culture” is a collaboration between Google and more than 180 museums, schools, fashion institutions, and other organizations from all parts of the globe. It’s part of Google’s Arts & Culture platform, which is digitizing the world’s cultural treasures, and functions as a…