FASHION

WINDOWSWEAR AWARDS LIST OF WINNERS: DVF, LOUIS VUITTON AND MORE

The Windowswear awards announced its winners on January 30th, 2019 at Marquee NYC with more than 500 guests in attendance. Design Houses like Dolce & Gabanna and mass retailers such as H&M are nominated for different categories, including "best packaging", "best collaboration" and "best use of color", among others. Windowswear determines the winners based on…

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SAINT LAURENT PRODUCED TRAVIS SCOTT’S NEWEST MUSIC VIDEO “CAN’T SAY”

After literally lighting the stage on fire at the Super Bowl LIII Halftime show seen by a global audience of over 100 million viewers, Grammy-nominated superstar Travis Scott has just released the stunning music video for “Can’t Say” featuring Don Toliver. Set to be one of the most creative and stylish videos of the year, “Can’t Say”…

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PARIS FASHION WEEK MEN’S: FALL/WINTER 2019 TREND REPORT

Men are more invested in fashion and the overall joy of coming up with the perfect ensemble--from head to toe. Paris Fashion Week Men's 2019 made a point to inform viewers that trends such as cheetah prints, skirts, and fur detailing are not reserved for femmes. Designers are tilting towards a gender-binary outlook for menswear.…

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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK FALL/WINTER 2019 COLLECTIONS – GET THE SCHEDULE

New York Fashion Week 2019 February 6 – 13, 2019 Spring Studios/ Industria NYFW: The Shows has just released their preliminary schedule for the forthcoming Fall/Winter 2019 women's runway collections. Taking place February 6 – 13, 2019, it will be held at Spring Studios with additional shows at Industria. Check out the schedule and list of designers…

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LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN’S 2019: THE FALL TRENDS

London Fashion Week Men's concluded its 13th edition with a celebration of discovery and the creative diversity that has made London an international hub for menswear. Taking place bi-annually, LFWM showcases some of the most creative and innovative names in the fashion industry including brands like Xander Zhou and Chalayan. The shows also welcomed back designers like Craig Green, who…

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PRADA IS THE LATEST BRAND ACCUSED OF RACISM

In the age of internet overload, there's only too much brands, companies, and personas can put out there (whether its images or opinions) without being attacked on every social media platform available, publicly bashed, or even accused of racism and/or homophobia. In the wake of Dolce and Gabbana's latest social-media racist rant, it seems that fashion…

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FASHION AND THE BEACH: PUCCI, DIOR, PRADA AND MORE TO EXHIBIT AND HOST AT MIAMI ART BASEL

Miami Art Basel brings the most coveted designers to the beach each year. From Emilio Pucci to Prada, Dior and more, fashion collides with the art scene in Miami each December, resulting in a flock of models, influencers, and editors coming and going to and from the highly-stylized, coveted guest-list-only festivities. From brunches to VIP receptions and…

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DOLCE&GABBANA SAW IT COMING: DROPPED FROM RETAILERS AND BANNED FROM CHINA

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana saw their fate coming- and did nothing to save themselves. Amid the controversy of their now-canceled Shanghai Show and given the preceded and racist campaign to hype the show, some retailers have now ridded themselves of all D&G merchandise. In the now-deleted campaign video which used the tags #DGlovesCHINA #DGthegreatshow, a Chinese model…

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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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THE BEST OF PARIS FASHION WEEK: SPRING 2019 RUNWAY HIGHLIGHTS

BALENCIAGA Presence and the “right now” were the inspiration behind Balenciaga’s spring show, more explicitly, the exploration of what modern clothing means and how that correlates with all the noise around politics and the overconsumption of media news. The clothes themselves had a futuristic aura, as per Balenciaga usual. Tailoring took a contemporary twist in…

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PARIS FASHION WEEK: BEAUTY AND ACCESSORY TRENDS

CREATIVE EYELINER Eyeliner mistakes can be left alone for next spring. Makeup artists at Paris fashion week free-handed (or so it seems) the eyeliner application: Dries Van Noten did a chunky black stroke along the lids, while Christian Dior applied uneven short blotches of black eyeliner along the models' eye corners. OVERSIZED SUNGLASSES The tiny…

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MILAN FASHION WEEK SS19: TREND ALERT

SCENIC LANDSCAPES Wearable art, as in scenic landscapes printed on jackets, blouses, and trousers, was seen all over at Milan's Spring 2019 shows. A scenery stamped across a double-breasted jacket was a highlight at Prada's Spring 2019 show. Vivetta did a more playful take, evoking childlike elation using pastels on lace. In like manner, a printed a sanctuary…

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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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PHOTO VOGUE FESTIVAL 2018

Photo Vogue Festival Milan, Italy November 15-18, 2018 For the third time in a row, Photo Vogue Festival will present a set of photo artists analyzing contemporary society and how the pace of the internet is changing the medium. Held in Milan in November, the festival is the only of its kind, specifically devoted to…

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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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