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NEW YORK MEN’S DAY: ANDROGYNY AND PASTELS REIGN SUPREME FOR 2020

Showcasing four menswear collections alongside five “All Star” sample collections, the afternoon session of the 2019 New York Men’s Day on Monday, June 3rd embraced the common themes of androgyny and color in men’s clothing. The event showcased the 2020 spring/summer collections for designers Vasilis Loizides, Todd Hessert, Tanaka and Ka Wa Key, with featured…

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THE CFDA FASHION AWARDS AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM: BEST DRESSED + HIGHLIGHTS

The 2019 CFDA Fashion Awards took place on June 3rd, 2019, at the Brooklyn Museum. This year, the biggest prize went to womenswear designer Brandon Maxwell. This was his second CFDA award, taking home the Trova trophy for Womenswear Designer of the Year (his first award for in the Swarovski emerging womenswear category in 2016).…

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THE CFDA ANNOUNCES A DESIGNER OPEN-CALL FOR SEPTEMBER 2019 FASHION WEEK

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) announced a designer open call for upcoming New York Fashion Week - taking place from September 6 -  11, 2019, in New York City. The CFDA owns and organizes the Fashion Calendar and official New York Fashion Week schedule. Since the CFDA acquired the Fashion Calendar in…

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VALENTINO’S CREATIVE DIRECTOR TO JOIN FASHION CONVERSATION AT THE MET

The Atelier with Alina Cho: Pierpaolo Piccioli May 21, 2019 6:30 PM The Met Museum NYC Valentino's Creative Director, Pierpaolo Piccioli will join journalist Alina Cho at The Met on May 21st for a conversation about fashion and its narrative power, his humanistic approach to creativity, and his influence that reaches beyond the fashion industry.…

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MET GALA 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: SEE OUR FAVORITE CAMP MOMENTS

The Met Gala serves two purposes: one, it raises funds for the Costume Institute. Two, celebrities and socialites get the chance to dress up in the most dramatic gala-wear according to each year's theme. The Met Gala 2019's theme was "Camp" - an abstract concept that several celebs failed to actualize. While there were looks…

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MODEL HALIMA ADEN MAKES HISTORY ON SPORTS ILLUSTRATED COVER

On the newest cover of Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, model Halima Aden wears a burkini and a hijab. Making her the first Muslim-American model to front their pages, the issue is appropriately titled "Shattering Perceptions." “I keep thinking [back] to six-year-old me who, in this same country, was in a refugee camp,” Halima said during…

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40 YEARS OF PIERRE CARDIN AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion On view: July 20, 2019, to January 5, 2020 The Brooklyn Museum NYC Opening on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, "Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion" focuses on the seven-decade career of pioneer of Space Age fashion and futuristic design, tracing the legendary career of one of the fashion world's most…

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RODARTE x UNIVERSAL STANDARD COLLABORATE ON A SIZE-INCLUSIVE, AFFORDABLE NEW LINE

“It shouldn’t be a far-fetched possibility for women of all sizes to have access to contemporary, ready-to-wear fashion, and experience supreme quality and design when buying clothing,” Alexandra Waldman, co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Universal Standard Rodarte and Universal standard just made high-end fashion history with their new collaboration, which carries sizes XXS to…

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MARY QUANT ON VIEW AT THE V&A MUSEUM

Mary Quant On view Now until February 16th, 2020 The V&A Museum, London The V&A Museum in London has been given unprecedented access to Dame Mary Quant’s Archive to curate the first international retrospective on the revolutionary fashion designer in nearly 50 years. To help the V&A bring the exhibition further to life, the museum…

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NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY’S SPRING SOIREE WITH CHRISTY TURLINGTON AND TONNE GOODMAN

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery celebrated its 2019 Portrait Circle Spring Soirée on April 8, with a conversation on art, portraiture, and fashion featuring Christy Turlington Burns and Tonne Goodman. More than 200 guests gathered under the museum’s Foster + Partners-designed Kogod Courtyard to enjoy champagne and passed hors d'oeuvres followed by a program of…

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THE FACE, THE ICONIC STYLE MAGAZINE THAT DEFINED YOUTH CULTURE, IS BACK; TAKE A LOOK AT THEIR MOST ICONIC COVERS

Delving deep into the world of music, fashion, sport, politics and the arts, The Face Magazine is reborn and reimagined as an integrated, multi-channel offering, reflecting the need of today’s ‘always on’ audience, but never losing sight of the wit and intelligence that made The Face great. Its mission aims to discover new talent and uncover the fascinating…

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IMG ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE FOR MERCEDES-BENZ FASHION WEEK AUSTRALIA 2019

MBFWA 2019 May 12th-18th Carriageworks Sydney, Australia  IMG released the preliminary schedule for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) 2019, with American designer Jonathan Simhkai debuting his Resort collection in MBFWA for the first time. The event will be held in Sydney from May 12th - 18th. From 2017 to 2018, MBFWA saw a 35% increase…

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TOM FORD IS CFDA’S NEWEST CHAIRMAN + LIST OF 2019 CFDA FASHION NOMINEES ANNOUNCED

“Having lived and worked in each of the global fashion capitals of the world, I look forward to working with the Board of Directors to further the voice of American Fashion and its designers.” - Tom Ford The award-winning fashion designer, film director, screenwriter, and film producer Tom Ford will succeed current Chairwoman Diane von…

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BACKSTAGE AT THE CHRISTIAN COWAN x POWERPUFF GIRLS RUNWAY IN CELEBRATION OF WOMEN’S DAY

"A fashion collaboration in celebration of girl power." On March 8th, 2019 we celebrated International Woman's Day. That same day, Christian Cowan unveiled his fashion collaboration collection with The Powerpuff Girls; a celebration in Los Angeles with powerful women in the front rows ( Heidi Klum, Skai Jackson) as well as in the runway (Paris…

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LONDON FASHION WEEK: FALL 2019 HIGHLIGHTS

PETER PILOTTO Peter Pilotto is known for his unexpected geometrical prints, but for Fall 2019, he stepped away from the bold lines and shapes he's used to and presented a delicacy of satins, metallic pleated lamés, feathers and fringe, all in pastel colors with a slight transition into darker muted tones in the last closing…

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