Fashion

The Best Matrix-Inspired Celebrity Fashion – Vanity Fair

Saturday, October 07, 2017

The Princess Diana Moments That Inspired Virgil Abloh’s Latest Off-White Collection

Can Paul Andrew Fix Ferragamo’s Fashion Problem? – New York Times

Saturday, October 07, 2017

“Coherence” being the operative word here, and something that was notably lacking in the brand’s most recent show, which featured footwear by Mr. Andrew and clothes by Mr. Rigoni, and was generally perceived as making no sense. What does make sense is that Mr. Andrew would come out on top, given the number of editors in the audience wearing his latest Ferragamo shoes (you could tell by the gold flower-shaped…

Clothing company tests men to see whether they notice their dates’ outfit changes – ABC News

Saturday, October 07, 2017

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From Hush pyjamas to dressing like a milkmaid… this week’s fashion trends – The Guardian

Saturday, October 07, 2017

Going up The gentlemen of Cali The cartel once handled 90% of Europe’s cocaine trade. In Netflix’s Narcos, they also had strong shirt game. Hush pyjamas. Hush’s pyjamas Designed in collaboration with Refuge, the domestic violence charity. Each pair’s sale will provide a night’s accommodation for a woman and her children. £60 well spent. The white shirt See Meghan Markle’s ‘husband’ shirt for your inspo. Wear oversized and lowkey for…

Strike a pose: how street-style photography stole fashion week – The Guardian

Saturday, October 07, 2017

Street-style stars, those fashion-forward folks papped outside shows, have arguably become as trend-setting as any model or celebrity. At one of this season’s most hyped shows, JW Anderson in London, for example, over 50 photographers swarmed outside the entrance looking for their photographic prey, making it hard for the more unremarkably dressed among us to reach the door. In the last five years, the scene has grown exponentially. The shot…

Can Paul Andrew Fix Ferragamo’s Fashion Problem? – New York Times

Friday, October 06, 2017

“Coherence” being the operative word here, and something that was notably lacking in the brand’s most recent show, which featured footwear by Mr. Andrew and clothes by Mr. Rigoni, and was generally perceived as making no sense. What does make sense is that Mr. Andrew would come out on top, given the number of editors in the audience wearing his latest Ferragamo shoes (you could tell by the gold flower-shaped…

From Hush pyjamas to dressing like a milkmaid… this week’s fashion trends – The Guardian

Friday, October 06, 2017

Going up The gentlemen of Cali The cartel once handled 90% of Europe’s cocaine trade. In Netflix’s Narcos, they also had strong shirt game. Hush pyjamas. Hush’s pyjamas Designed in collaboration with Refuge, the domestic violence charity. Each pair’s sale will provide a night’s accommodation for a woman and her children. £60 well spent. The white shirt See Meghan Markle’s ‘husband’ shirt for your inspo. Wear oversized and lowkey for…

Clothing company tests men to see whether they notice their dates’ outfit changes – ABC News

Friday, October 06, 2017

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Can Paul Andrew Fix Ferragamo’s Fashion Problem? – New York Times

Friday, October 06, 2017

“Coherence” being the operative word here, and something that was notably lacking in the brand’s most recent show, which featured footwear by Mr. Andrew and clothes by Mr. Rigoni, and was generally perceived as making no sense. What does make sense is that Mr. Andrew would come out on top, given the number of editors in the audience wearing his latest Ferragamo shoes (you could tell by the gold flower-shaped…

Clothing company tests men to see whether they notice their dates’ outfit changes – ABC News

Friday, October 06, 2017

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From Hush pyjamas to dressing like a milkmaid… this week’s fashion trends – The Guardian

Friday, October 06, 2017

Going up The gentlemen of Cali The cartel once handled 90% of Europe’s cocaine trade. In Netflix’s Narcos, they also had strong shirt game. Hush pyjamas. Hush’s pyjamas Designed in collaboration with Refuge, the domestic violence charity. Each pair’s sale will provide a night’s accommodation for a woman and her children. £60 well spent. The white shirt See Meghan Markle’s ‘husband’ shirt for your inspo. Wear oversized and lowkey for…

From Hush pyjamas to dressing like a milkmaid… this week’s fashion trends – The Guardian

Friday, October 06, 2017

Going up The gentlemen of Cali The cartel once handled 90% of Europe’s cocaine trade. In Netflix’s Narcos, they also had strong shirt game. Hush pyjamas. Hush’s pyjamas Designed in collaboration with Refuge, the domestic violence charity. Each pair’s sale will provide a night’s accommodation for a woman and her children. £60 well spent. The white shirt See Meghan Markle’s ‘husband’ shirt for your inspo. Wear oversized and lowkey for…

From Hush pyjamas to dressing like a milkmaid… this week’s fashion trends – The Guardian

Friday, October 06, 2017

Going up The gentlemen of Cali The cartel once handled 90% of Europe’s cocaine trade. In Netflix’s Narcos, they also had strong shirt game. Hush pyjamas. Hush’s pyjamas Designed in collaboration with Refuge, the domestic violence charity. Each pair’s sale will provide a night’s accommodation for a woman and her children. £60 well spent. The white shirt See Meghan Markle’s ‘husband’ shirt for your inspo. Wear oversized and lowkey for…

The Fashion Industry Is Learning More And More About How You Spend, Thanks To AI – Forbes

Friday, October 06, 2017

ISTANBUL, TURKEY – MAY 06: The ‘Archive Dreaming’ installation by artist Refik Anadol uses artificial intelligence to visualize nearly 2 million historical Ottoman documents and photographs from the SALT Research Archive. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images) Luxury fashion has often been synonymous with unparalleled quality and exclusivity. However, the sobering reality is that many high-end brands have fallen behind in the age of the digital revolution and e-commerce. This begs…

The definitive guide to spring/summer 2018 fashion – a photo essay – The Guardian

Friday, October 06, 2017

It started in New York and ended in Paris. There were Burberry checks, nipple pasties and Elton John-inspired tracksuits. Stars were born and supermodels were reunited. We lost industry legends and the big beasts of fashion signed charters pledging to protect models’ health. Outlandish poses, and attention-grabbing outfits drew scrums of street-style photographers to the entrance of every venue. Canapes were nibbled. Green juice, matcha tea and champagne were drunk,…

MoMA Plunges Headfirst Into Fashion – New York Times

Friday, October 06, 2017

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, lauded for the fabulousness of its exhibitions of Comme des Garçons, China and Alexander McQueen, finally has some healthy competition. After 70 years of neglect, the Museum of Modern Art has plunged headfirst into fashion, or something like it. “Items: Is Fashion Modern?” is an intense game of catch-up and only the second exhibition in the Modern’s history devoted to clothing design. Its…

We Are What We Wear: Exhibition Examines Clothing That Changed The World – NPR

Thursday, October 05, 2017

Curator Paola Antonelli says the white T-shirt is both timeless and universal. Courtesy Shutterstock/SFIO CRACHO/ The Museum of Modern Art, New York hide caption toggle caption Courtesy Shutterstock/SFIO CRACHO/ The Museum of Modern Art, New York Curator Paola Antonelli says the white T-shirt is both timeless and universal. Courtesy Shutterstock/SFIO CRACHO/ The Museum of Modern Art, New York From baseball caps to saris to the little black dress, there’s a…

The Fashion Dialectic – New York Times

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

“Well, this is what a child’s fantasy might be,” Mr. Browne said backstage. “Mine, too, I guess. That’s what fashion should be.” Though perhaps not, according to Miuccia Prada, who announced that, with her Miu Miu show, she was more interested in trying to understand “how to make beauty possible in real life, when it isn’t secluded in the museum, or the hotel.” Or — she didn’t add but probably…

The bodycon backlash and Macron minis: 9 style lessons from Paris fashion week – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Sarah Burton’s melded lustrous, delicate looking brocades with gabardine to make a dress-coat hybrid you would want to wear everywhere, for ever. (There was also a leather version, embroidered with birds and immensely beautiful, although you’d probably have to pawn your children). At Celine, Pheobe Philo’s were looped up at them hems to create cape backs or cut slim and belted high (another coat-ress hybrid), or cut from leather and…

Meet Floriane de Saint Pierre, fashion’s most influential headhunter – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

The majority of attendees at Paris Fashion Week are out to assess the clothes; the buyers want to determine what will sell at whichever multi-million-pound retailer they work for, journalists want to pick out trends and find the newsworthy collections, celebrities and their stylists are hunting for the next red carpet dress. But for Floriane de Saint Pierre, the focus is on the makers – the teams of people, from…