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GFY Giveaway: Dress Code: Unlocking Fashion from New Look to Millennial Pink, by Véronique Hyland

This book looks incredibly interesting, and very much in the collective Fug Nation aisle: In the spirit of the work of Jia Tolentino and Anne Helen Peterson, a collection of intelligent and incisive essays centered on the fashion industry – its history, its importance, why we wear what we wear …

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Meet Jazmine Rogers, the designer focused on sustainable fashion

Welcome to Favorite Follow, a series highlighting NYLON’s favorite creators and the stories behind some of their most memorable content. This is my first time meeting Jazmine Rogers, also known as @thatcurlytop on Instagram, in a gallery-café in Brooklyn. The 20-year-old content creator, known for her quirky OOTDs, sustainable lifestyle …

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Kristin Cavallari appears in a blue dress and white strappy sandals – Footwear News

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Footwear News may receive an affiliate commission. Kristin Cavallari appears in blue for her latest concert and Instagram post. The ‘The Hills’ star shared a set of photos on the platform today that showed her …

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Black-owned fashion brands at Revolve

As a fashion editor, champion of emerging designers (especially the color designers) has become the most enjoyable part of my job. While we can’t ignore that we still have a long way to go, it’s still a breath of fresh air to now see the fashion industry as a whole …

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The Moral Dilemma of Slow Fashion Influencers

In a cozy little nook of the internet, mornings are spent curled up in an armchair while quietly sipping a latte from a wonky ceramic mug. Clothing is loose fitting, adheres to an earthy color palette, and is often paired with chunky, handmade clogs. Natural fabrics abound and an abundance …

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6 Mind-Blowing Benefits of Real-Time Data in the Fashion Industry

The conversation around real-time data has grown over time. With the pandemic pushing people to shift to hybrid work models and maintain social distancing, there is an increasing focus on real-time data and getting timely insights. Real-time data has helped drive growth across all industries. For example, in the fast-paced …

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“ESG” and “greenwashing” objectives of fast fashion companies

The value of the global fashion industry is $3 trillion (TL 40.51 trillion), which is more than 2% of the global Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Likewise, the carbon footprint of the fashion industry has become larger than that of international flights and shipping combined in 2021. So, will 2022 be …

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The role of regulation in ensuring a circular fashion

With the aim of studying the role of government regulation in reducing the industry’s environmental footprint and guiding it towards a circular economy-based approach, an article has been published online in Durability. To study: Regulations for the promotion of sustainable, fair and circular fashion. Image Credit: triocean / Shutterstock.com The …

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Glo Bridal’s Molly Wolfberg Swarttz Brings Sustainability to Wedding Fashion

News Molly Wolfberg Swarttz is on a mission to help brides find responsibly made wedding attire. Offering the latest style, inspiration, helpful tips and tricks, and everything you need to know to plan the perfect New England wedding. Photo by Sasha Israel When Molly Wolfberg Swarttz started planning her own …

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How to shop smarter and more consciously in 2022

For many, a “smart” purchase may suggest one that is priced far below its real value. And while it’s important to stay on a budget, making smart consumer choices goes far beyond asking how much an item costs. Long story short: it takes more work to consciously buy in a …

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Prajje Oscar Jean-Bapiste seeks to educate and seduce with fashion

Sometimes the fashion designers of Project Runway will open the door for a conversation that needs to happen. With Prajje Oscar Jean-Baptiste, his designs were more than just a fashion moment. It was an invitation to further explore history and culture. While Prajje may have stumbled upon the avant-garde challenge, …

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Informa Markets Fashion Announces Edwina Kulego as Vice President of International and Business Development

Edwina Kulego has been announced as Vice President of International Affairs and Development at Informa Markets Fashion. In the newly created role, Kulego will oversee all sponsorship and new business opportunities as well as international business development. Image: Informa Markets Fashion with photo of Simi Vijay Informa Fashion Markets, producer …

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Balmain Men’s Pre-Fall 2022 Collection

“Do you still buy magazines? This creepy phrase, which Olivier Rousteing says was scribbled in the style of Kurt Cobain in his diaries, jumps out of its position on a monochrome weathered leather tote featured in Menswear Look 1 and 26 of women’s clothing in this pre-fall Balmain set. Speaking …

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Seattle Fashion Designer Luly Yang Releases First ‘Ready To Wear’ Collection

Luly Yang, a Seattle fashion designer known for her haute couture dresses, is launching her very first travel and leisure line, Luleisure. I got to visit its 4th Avenue showroom for a behind-the-scenes look at the line – I would describe it as functional-fabulous. Yang said the limited edition collection …

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Canadian fashion brands stand up to the chaos of Black Friday

Breadcrumb Links Style and beauty Small business Purchase essentials Local company Life Fashion beauty Business “It’s mass production and overconsumption.” Author of the article: Aleesha harris Toronto-based Kotn’s team with students from one of the ABC Project schools in rural Egypt. Photo by Kotn The opinions and recommendations are impartial …

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Fashion magazines are flourishing in China. here’s why

Leon Chang, a Beijing-based feature film director working in fashion media, thinks this year has been a turning point for fashion media. Growing up as a fan of couture and fashion, Chang charted his future from an early age. Even in high school, he knew he would one day be …

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Why You Must Know Shanghai Shushu / Tong Fashion Brand

If you are not yet familiar with the name Shushu / Tong, you will soon be. With the experimental silhouettes and rebellious romanticism of Simone Rocha, mixed with feminine embellishments and playful embellishments by Erdem and Miu Miu, the Shanghai brand is a true celebration of femininity. Launched in 2015 …

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Bottega Veneta puts Matthieu Blazy in the spotlight as creative director | Fashion

Matthieu Blazy is the latest behind-the-scenes fashion designer to land a prominent position in a luxury brand. After waiting backstage at Bottega Veneta since joining last year, he has been announced as the new Creative Director. The appointment, effective immediately, follows news last week that English designer Daniel Lee had …

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In Zalando’s approach to circular fashion – Glossy

For many multi-brand retailers, the transformation of their business into a circular business has not even started. But German e-commerce multinational Zalando is taking several steps forward with bold regenerative materials initiatives, early adoption of a second-hand section, and a solutions-oriented corporate culture. Zalando has outperformed others in e-commerce, registering …

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Toronto company makes shoes that turn into apple trees

[ad_1] A Toronto designer created a pair of shoes that eventually turned into an apple tree after spending seven years in the fashion industry and researching more sustainable choices. Toronto resident Luc Houle, 33, created Johnny: The Shoe That Grows Into A Tree and launched a Kickstarter to make his …

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The new fashion arrivals we’re excited to shop this week

The latest H&M Studio collection has just been launched on site. While the pieces sell out quickly, key fall and winter items like a metallic puffer jacket and oversized knits are still available. Get them before they inevitably disappear! H&M oversized puffer jacket Vogue Now out of Rizzoli is The …

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Sustainable designer handbags – De Belo

[ad_1] Charlotte Bingham-Wallis and Maria Costa have been friends since school, where they bonded around a common love for fashion. Now, their sustainable and ethical handbags, made from landfill waste, help support members of a poor community in Brazil by providing jobs and donating meals. From the founders of Belo …

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Ten years of nurturing fashion startups – WWD

At the end of 2018, Nicole Muhammad launched Sew Elevated, a modest fashion brand for women who seek more coverage for personal or religious reasons. “It can be isolating to manage a brand like this,” Muhammad told WWD. “I don’t have any staff but I have a bunch of contractors, …

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Hermes and MycoWork: a fashion match made in the laboratory

Fungi have taken over industries in recent years. Although it has mainly been observed in the world of plastics and packaging, it has recently gained the attention of fashion companies who aspire to a more sustainable future by using biomaterials instead of animal products or textiles. made from plastics like …

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