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TIME FOR AN OVERHAUL? WHY THE VICTORIA’S SECRET FASHION SHOW IS ANTIQUATED

On November 8, Adriana Lima said goodbye to her Angel Wings with a tear-infused runway finale. The Victoria's Secret fashion show, which has little to no fashion, celebrates old fashion beauty standards and women in ridiculously tiny garb, geared entirely for the male gaze. Although the show, which is being billed as a "holiday special"…

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THE MET GALA ANNOUNCES ITS THEME FOR 2019: “CAMP”

Camp: Notes on Fashion The Met Fifth Avenue MAY 9–SEPTEMBER 8, 2019 “To start very generally: Camp is a certain mode of aestheticism. It is one way of seeing the world as an aesthetic phenomenon. That way, the way of Camp, is not in terms of beauty, but in terms of the degree of artifice,…

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SAY NO TO FASHION WEEK FOMO WITH THIS HAIR + MAKE UP CATCH UP!

MARBLE FOR YOUR INNER ARTIST If you're already suffering FOMO (fear of missing out) from the latest trends at NYFW, don't worry. Here's your medicine with a bit of romance, punk, and a splash of water. This punk look begins with thin streaks of watercolor laid over MAC's "lipglass". Eckhaus Latta´s spring 2019 show marbleized every lip…

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NYFW SPRING 2019: TREND ALERT

CROCHET BUFFET From left to right: Oscar de la Renta, Rodarte, Michael Kors, Anna Sui. First practiced by the peasants in Scotland and then perfected in England, crochet made it all the way to the New York runway shows. Fresh and lightweight for summer, the artisan craft which was extremely popular in the 1970s came…

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NYFW SPRING 2019 RUNWAY: ONES TO WATCH

PRISCAVera Lending itself to the trend that's emerged in most Spring 2019 shows, Priscavera's fabric choices were opalescent: glossy satins, pastel metallics, and lustrous lames. Prisca is the designer's name, and aside from designing, she's walked runways as well. Her color choice for this collection was playful and child-like while the silhouette dainty and sensuous…

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NYFW SPRING 2019 RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS

Calvin Klein Blockbusters from the 70’s graced the inspiration behind Raf Simons' Calvin Klein collection. Wet-suits worn intentionally disheveled, half-way, or layered with basics referenced the 1975 thriller JAWS by Steven Spielberg; while floor-sweeping black coats paired with graduation caps referenced “The Graduate.” The wetsuits and coats were toned down with pleated skirts with cut-outs…

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VFILES IS HABITUALLY MONUMENTAL FOR SPRING 2019

VFILES, the youth-community driven brand, presented its latest array of designer’s collections on Wednesday, September 5th at Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn. VFILES is known for its eccentricity and individuality, and for the first time ever, the brand offered admission tickets to the general public—making it a grand extravaganza of clothes, music, fresh talent, and an explosion…

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UNTITLED CELEBRATES NEW YORK FASHION WEEK AT THE DOMINICK HOTEL

On Sunday September 9th, 2018, The Untitled Magazine celebrated New York Fashion Week S/S 2019 with a private presentation of designer Lady Victoria Hervey's LADYSHIP SWIM collection, followed by an after-party hosted by Hervey and The Untitled Magazine editor-in-chief, Indira Cesarine. Held at the The Dominick Hotel's Mr. Jones in Soho, guests including musician Sophie…

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GENDER NEUTRAL CLOTHING BRANDS TO SHOP NOW

With increasing mainstream awareness of gender conformity, it's no surprise that fashion is following suit with gender fluid clothing. We've rounded up our favorite brands  offering gender-neutral collections sensitive to everyone's needs without sacrificing style. 69 A "non-gender, non-demographic" clothing line, 69 specializes in denim and t-shirts. All garments are manufactured in Los Angeles, where…

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM NEW YORK MEN’S DAY: SPRING/SUMMER 2019

New York Fashion Week: Men's kicked off on July 9th with New York Men's Day (NYMD). Scroll down for some highlights of the shows and presentations. VANESSA ZHANG Vanessa Zhang, a Chinese actress and entrepreneur hopes to help Chinese fashion designer’s with her Fashion Incubator program debuted at NYMD. Through the program, she sponsors three emerging…

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GET THE SCHEDULE FOR NYFW: SPRING 2019 MENSWEAR

The CFDA Fashion Schedule has announced the preliminary lineup for NYFW: Men's. Mainstays such as Rag & Bone and Carlos Campos as well as new additions Onia, NIHL, Kenneth NIcholson, Victor Li, RECONSTRUCT and Swonne will present their Spring 2019 menswear collections from July 9th to 11th, 2018. On-site shows will held at Industria and…

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2018 CFDA AWARDS: WINNERS, RED CARPET HIGHLIGHTS & MORE

On Monday night, the annual CFDA Fashion Awards took place at New York's Brooklyn Museum, where fashion's biggest creatives, influencers and up-and-coming stars gathered to celebrate the work of this year's nominated designers and honorees (click HERE for the list) including Raf Simons, Diane von Furstenberg and Edward Enninful. The night saw a number of…

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NYFW: JUNE WILL COINCIDE WITH THE CFDA AWARDS

As the CFDA gears up for its annual Fashion Awards, this year taking place on June 4th in Brooklyn, the council has also announced select dates in June during which designers will show their resort or Spring 2019 collections. Participating designers include Alexander Wang, which recently announced its departure from the traditional fashion week schedule;…

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THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS LOOKS FROM THE 2018 MET GALA RED CARPET

On May 7th, The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted its annual Met Gala to celebrate the Costume Institute's new exhibition, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination." The show opens to the public on May 10th—check out a preview of it HERE. Celebrities gathered at the museum in their Sunday best, with some taking the…

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A DECADE OF GLAMOUR: CHRISTIAN SIRIANO TALKS 10TH ANNIVERSARY, RED CARPET DRESSING AND DIVERSITY

This year, Christian Siriano celebrated the 10th anniversary of his label with a blowout, 72-look show at New York Fashion Week (Cardi B, Coco Rocha and Laverne Cox were among the celebrities in attendance). The designer has undoubtably made his mark on fashion—and will continue to for decades more. Editor-in-chief Indira Cesarine sat down with…

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SUPREME, VERSACE & OFF-WHITE ARE AMONG THE CFDA’S 2018 NOMINEES & HONOREES

The CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) has released its official list of 2018 nominees and honorees. Issa Rae will host this year's Fashion Awards and the ceremony will move to a new location: Brooklyn, New York. The CFDA also announced the special honorees for 2018: the Swarovski Award for Positive Change will go…

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STREET SPOTTERS: THE BEST STREET STYLE TRENDS FROM FASHION WEEK

One of fashion week's main attractions is the daily parade of eye-catching outfits worn by editors, buyers, bloggers, models and influencers—sometimes, the best runway is the street. With Fashion Month halfway over, we've noticed some major street style trends from the sidewalks of New York City and London. Read on for the roundup! SEEING RED…

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THE NEW GUARD: 3 PROMISING DESIGNERS FROM NYFW FALL 2018

Looking for new designers to drool over? With New York Fashion Week over (milestone one of Fashion Month), we've rounded up our favorite up-and-comers poised for industry takeover. PRISCAVERA Debuting her sophomore collection at NYFW, Prisca Franchetti of Priscavera looked to Japanese video game "Tekken 3" for inspiration. However, the collection was anything but cartoonish…

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