Fashion

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Monday, October 09, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

Fashion Revolution – euronews

Monday, October 09, 2017

News of the Rana Plaza factory disaster which killed over 1,000 garment workers in April 2013 had a huge effect on the fashion industry, not least because of the many individuals who vowed to turn the atrocity into a positive fashion movement. Une publication partagée par MATTEO 🇪🇺 (@matteo.ward) le 21 Sept. 2017 à 4h23 PDT Matteo Ward was one of them. Giving up a job as a Senior Manager…

Filipino designers show at Paris Fashion Week 2018 – Rappler

Monday, October 09, 2017

FILIPINO PRIDE. The designs of Dennis Lustico, Rhett Eala, Ivar Aseron, and Rajo Laurel makes a splash in Paris at the Fashion Design Trade and Exhibit. All photos by Carmina Sanchez Jacob PARIS, France – A strong platform for Philippine fashion brands and designers is slowly creating an indelible mark in the consciousness of the global fashion market. Now on its third season, the Fashion Design Trade and Exhibit, Inc….

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Monday, October 09, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Monday, October 09, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Monday, October 09, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Monday, October 09, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Sunday, October 08, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Sunday, October 08, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Sunday, October 08, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Sunday, October 08, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Sunday, October 08, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

The fashion in 1982’s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché – Quartz

Sunday, October 08, 2017

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. Each character’s wardrobe signaled a type you understood, dislocated just enough to make it something…

Antonio Lopez: the fashion illustrator who revolutionised the industry – The Guardian

Sunday, October 08, 2017

There can’t be many fashion illustrators who can count Jessica Lange, Grace Jones and Karl Lagerfeld as their BFFs, and Jerry Hall as their one-time bae. But Antonio Lopez was special – as the new film, Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex, Fashion and Disco testifies. An illustrator who started out in the mid-60s (when he dropped out of college to work for Women’s Wear Daily), the Puerto Rican-born artist bucked the…

Jane McFarland’s October fashion roundup – The Times

Sunday, October 08, 2017

From trenches with a twist and Danse Lente’s sellout bags to fashion’s power couples, our fashion director on what’s buzzing in the world of fashion this month. This season’s It bagEvery blogger worth her salt was carrying a Danse Lente Johnny bag during fashion week, and the London label has since sold out. Nothing whets the appetite of the fashion pack like a waiting list, and the bag is back…

Wearing a wig is no longer a fashion industry taboo – New York Post

Sunday, October 08, 2017

When Kim Kardashian showed up at Tom Ford’s fashion show earlier this month sporting a chic silver wig, she turned a few heads, while her half-sister Kendall Jenner walked the runway in a faux pixie cut. Both helped break one of the beauty industry’s taboos: wearing a wig. Beyoncé, Rihanna and Gwen Stefani are also known for changing their looks with wigs and extensions. Once bought in secret by women…

Urban Outfitters blasted for ‘army fashion’ line – Fox News

Sunday, October 08, 2017

Making a fashion statement with battle dress uniform: okay, or no way?  (iStock) Never shy to make a political statement with their merchandise, retailer Urban Outfitters struck a nerve with many for featuring vintage military surplus items for sale on their website, with a hefty price tag. Marketing a military jacket and camouflage pants for $69 a pop as well a $59 fleece as “expertly sourced” and “original vintage…

Week 6 College Football Uniform roundup First for Oklahoma Sooners – ESPN

Saturday, October 07, 2017

9:00 AM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment The Oklahoma Sooners have been playing football since 1895. That was 12 years before Oklahoma was a state. In all that time, crimson and cream have been the official colors of the school. But in all that time, the Sooners have never combined crimson jerseys with crimson pants. That will change on Saturday. When Iowa State visits Norman, it…

Football fashion report: A first for Oklahoma – ESPN

Saturday, October 07, 2017

9:00 AM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment The Oklahoma Sooners have been playing football since 1895. That was 12 years before Oklahoma was a state. In all that time, crimson and cream have been the official colors of the school. But in all that time, the Sooners have never combined crimson jerseys with crimson pants. That will change on Saturday. When Iowa State visits Norman, it…

The Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Solange Shines in Orange, Cindy Crawford Takes Chanel, and More – Vogue.com

Saturday, October 07, 2017

Fashion month is officially over! Bravo! Take a bow! We did it! Now, for a recap, turn to the week’s most chic posts from Paris. There, supermodel Cindy Crawford was head-to-toe va va voom in a Chanel look, and Georgia Fowler stunned in a plaid oversized suit in front of a perfectly Parisian setting. Other standouts included Muscovite It girl Olga Karput, who sported a pair of red hot cruissardes,…