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My bag design was stolen by a big fast fashion brand

[ سه شنبه 26 دی 1396 ] [ 9:41 ] [ neda ] [ ]

My bag design was stolen by a big fast fashion brand — and it devastated me

illennials get a bad rap. We’re often derided as entitled, self-centered babies in adult bodies, but the truth is, or at least what we’ve discovered, is that we are one of the most socially conscious generations to date and we’re taking to social media to speak out for what we think is right.

Since the rise of fast fashion, stores like Lulus, ZARA, H&M, and Forever21 have been dominating the mass market with new, trendy designs for less than the cost of lunch. With new styles released each week, fast fashion has become single-handedly responsible for the rise of “disposable clothing” and the increasing problem of textile waste in this country. That, combined with the all too common issues surrounding fast fashion, including slave labor, unsafe working conditions, and toxic waste surrounding textile mills and factories, the fashion industry is one of the most resource intensive and polluting industries on the planet. What once made fast fashion so awesome for so many of us is also now what makes them so uncool— manufacturing cheap, knock-off versions of designer styles before they’re even off the runway. While this has been the norm for some time, these corporations have now taken to coping the designs of small, independent designers as well.

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An Alamo Drafthouse Series Assembles the Delights and Depravities of ‘Fashion in Film’

[ جمعه 22 دی 1396 ] [ 9:43 ] [ neda ] [ ]

An Alamo Drafthouse Series Assembles the Delights and Depravities of ‘Fashion in Film’

The fashion industry, simultaneously glamorous and cutthroat, naturally lends itself to onscreen intrigue: There’s a distinct pleasure to be had in watching characters wear opulent costumes we wouldn’t dare try on ourselves in real life. Phantom Thread, Paul Thomas Anderson’s emotionally prickly tale of a mid-century London couturier, has emerged as the most recent arrival in the cinema’s pantheon of fashion-world allure. With the movie now playing at Brooklyn’s Alamo Drafthouse in glorious 70mm, staff programmer Cristina Cacioppo has assembled a characteristically playful companion lineup of nine other films that also represent the vast potential of fabulous outfits to captivate audiences. (The series began earlier this month and continues through the end of January.)

The offerings include both depictions of the industry itself and films that are just plain fashionable. The oldest title here, Stanley Donen’s Funny Face (1957), proposes one of the movies’ classic fashion-narrative templates, with Audrey Hepburn embodying the arty gamine turned glamour girl. (A whole separate series could be dedicated to fashion in film before the Fifties, what with the famous designers and glorious gowns of the studio era, but hopefully Alamo’s inspired slate will inspire moviegoers to do some stylish digging of their own in that department.) Phantom Thread borrows elements from Funny Face’s Pygmalion formula and dramatically subverts them with the push-and-pull between the excellently named, finicky designer Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis, in his reported final role) and the rosy-cheeked waitress Alma (Vicky Krieps), who becomes his muse. The power dynamics on display veer toward kink as Alma and Woodcock push each other’s buttons, leaving the audience unsure who has the upper hand until the blackly comic final moments.

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How Mountain Dew Is Getting In With Fashion-Conscious Millennials

[ چهارشنبه 20 دی 1396 ] [ 9:45 ] [ neda ] [ ]

How Mountain Dew Is Getting In With Fashion-Conscious Millennials

Over the weekend, Mountain Dew dropped not its first but its third clothing collection. And this isn't just logo merch — this is fashion.

The six-piece range — priced from $40 for a tee to $110 for an allover print windbreaker — is a collaborative effort between the PepsiCo-owned beverage brand and VFiles, a youth-centric social network with arms in music, fashion, design and retail, including its own storefront in lower Manhattan. The drop marks the first time pieces from the ongoing collab, called VFiles x Mtn Dew, are being sold by a third party retailer, with the merchandise in 10 PacSun stores as well as on the retailer's website.

The strategy of the collab, and the recent inclusion of PacSun in the mix, is both a case study in what fashion collabs look like in 2018 as well as an illustrative example of the increasingly blurry line between brand merchandise and fashion.

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Fashion’s big new trend? Disruption

[ دوشنبه 18 دی 1396 ] [ 10:34 ] [ neda ] [ ]


Fashion’s big new trend? Disruption


Fashion weeks are falling apart. So what? As the autumn/winter 2018 season begins with the London menswear shows, many in the industry have deep anxiety about the shifting sands of the schedules. More brands (Balenciaga, JW Anderson) are deserting menswear to combine their men’s with women’s. Women’s ready-to-wear shows are taking over couture. Some brands aren’t showing at all. It’s turmoil. You can worry, or just enjoy it.

Read more at:Fashion is often at its best when brands are disruptive. Case in point is John Alexander Skelton, a graduate from the MA course of Central Saint Martins, whose off-schedule show on Friday night had belligerent intent. The look is entirely other than the catwalk norm. Skelton has a deep commitment to sustainability, the specially woven cloths of low carbon footprint adding to a sense of homespun and handmade. This does not mean his work is soft. A sheet, hand-painted with folkloric images, was hung around the edge of a church hall in Dalston, east London. There was no music. Lighting was by candle. Masked faces appeared through slits in the sheets, the expressions gnarly. Many of the men had hair grown to grey.

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Dua Lipa: "Like Music...Fashion Can't Be Forced"

[ جمعه 15 دی 1396 ] [ 9:42 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Dua Lipa: "Like Music...Fashion Can't Be Forced"

If there’s one overarching theme to Dua Lipa’s music, it’s that girl power knows no volume, no rules, and no excuses — and she’ll tell you that through her lyrics. Starting with YouTube covers back in 2009, Lipa would eventually branch out into original material, land herself a record deal, and hit gold with a self-titled debut album. So far, her entire discography can be summed up as a punch that packs electricity and sensitivity, from start to finish — think: less bubblegum, more lipstick wrapped around a cigarette.

Her personal style journey seems to be taking a similar path. While her current aesthetic feels borrowed from the pop icons who came before her (a power bra here, a man’s trouser there), you can see hints of what Lipa’s fashion evolution might look like as she comes into her own. Like rule breakers Madonna or Kylie Minogue, she believes in the liberation of young women, the power in a pair of killer heels, and the significance in making your own wardrobe choices.

For Lipa, normal is buying her "dream pair" of shoes: Vetements boots, with flames crawling up from their chunky platform, which are already a hit on her Instagram. "Obviously, I can’t wear them every day, or as much as I want to. But my dream boots are always something I could never wear every day; just something I want to put in a glass box and keep forever." Though she tends prefers shoes she can move in for performing her more upbeat hits like "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" and "New Rules" (the songthat arguably put Lipa on the fashion industry’s radar), when it comes to her off-stage style, the louder, the better.

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Why Private Equity Is Still Chasing Fashion

[ چهارشنبه 13 دی 1396 ] [ 9:29 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Why Private Equity Is Still Chasing Fashion

Ivanka Trump's Fashion Choices Are Much More Significant Than You Might Think

What you wear really does matter. At least, if you're the president's daughter. A new report shows that Ivanka Trump's fashion choices are significant, thanks to the fact that she's often donning pieces from her own eponymous fashion line. The revelation is the latest in a long history of scrutiny of Donald Trump and his family's business connections and wealth.

An investigation in The Wall Street Journal published on Dec. 27 found that in 46 of 68 social media photos in 2017, between when she officially became an adviser in March and October, Trump was sporting her own brand's clothing. That may not seem like a big deal, but Trump wearing her own items is calling into question federal rules around promotion. Under the law, public office holders are prohibited from using their position to promote brands from which they benefit; executive branch employees are similarly prohibited from endorsing products, people, or companies.

It appears that there may be some impact on business when Trump wears her clothes publicly. As was pointed out on CNN's New Day on Tuesday, Trump wore her brand's cold shoulder sweater dress at a NASA event on Dec. 11. That dress then sold out on the Macy's website.

Trump told the Journal in an email statement that, "If what motivated me was to grow my businesses and make money, I would have stayed in New York and done just that."

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Hong Kong’s leader needs to ditch the catwalk

[ جمعه 8 دی 1396 ] [ 10:04 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Hong Kong’s leader needs to ditch the catwalk claptrap and fashion a real future for the city

I sincerely hope it was the above imperative which spawned the following headline earlier in the week: “Carrie Lam’s fashion style comes with a purpose: to promote Hong Kong’s creative industries”.

In 14 words, the leader of a major world city going through one of the most turbulent periods in its history is reduced to a walking mannequin. But here’s the even scarier part – Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor appears to be complicit.

“I am the first female chief executive of Hong Kong,” she told RTHK on Monday. “My policy address also promises to promote the creative industry in Hong Kong. Fashion design is an important part of the creative industry that means the most to women.

“If I paid more attention to my appearance, people might think that the proficiency of design industry isn’t too bad in a city with such a chief executive.”

Respectfully, that is not your job Mrs Lam. The fashion and design industry has a multibillion-dollar advertising machine to promote its wares. Leave it to them and their stick-thin clothes horses.

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One-piece vs bikini: which swimsuit style are you?

[ چهارشنبه 6 دی 1396 ] [ 10:13 ] [ neda ] [ ]

One-piece vs bikini: which swimsuit style are you?

The ultimate compliment in fashion is to be told your look is effortless. It’s those with an ‘Oh, this?’ shrug of the shoulders, perfectly tousled hair and an easy nonchalance who are acclaimed as being truly stylish. This is what the one-piece is about. Streamlined, with a slip-on-slip-off ease, you don’t need to be wary of a strong rip at the beach, or any re- adjustment after diving in. Please, it’s summer – have some fun.

For those who claim the one-piece ruins a tan (the oft-heard refrain of bikini-wearers), the Cancer Council of Australia states: “Tanning is a sign that you have been exposed to enough UV radiation (from the sun or solarium) to damage your skin”, increasing your risk of skin cancer as well as causing skin discolouration and a loss of elasticity. Case closed on that one.

The one-piece also provides more of a canvas (literally and figuratively) for designers to display their design-driven flair and knack for flattering your shape, like Melissa Odabash’s clever ruching and Karla Colletto’s draped swimsuits. And, for those who think one-pieces are for the coy or not #bodyconfident, think again: take Zimmermann’s sheer panelling with or without the Swiss dots, Camp Cove’s navel-skimming necklines, and the cut-outs of Proenza Schouler’s and Ephemera’s offerings.

Trying times means leaner wardrobes – thank you, Marie Kondo! Clothes that work twice as hard are worth adding to your sartorial repertoire. Wear a Matteau one-piece as a bodysuit underneath a gauzy Iro mini-skirt on the way to the beach, and head straight out with a Peter Pilotto panel skirt for the evening. Sure – you could do that with a bikini top as well, but even with the validation of crop-tops appearing on the red carpet, the appropriateness of swathes of midriff on display more than 500 metres from the beach is questionable. A little bit of mystery never hurt anyone.

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Sequins sparkle again as party season turns the fashion clock back to disco

[ دوشنبه 4 دی 1396 ] [ 9:25 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Sequins sparkle again as party season turns the fashion clock back to disco

As the search for that New Year’s Eve outfit begins, the fashionable are looking back to the 1970s. This party season, disco is the reference – with glitter, sequins and shine dominating trends. According to global fashion search platform Lyst, the use of sequins as a keyword went up by 42% from June to November and the disco trend features prominently in January’s Vogue. With a new exhibition on Abba, Super Troupers, now open at the Southbank Centre, the inspiration for dancing queens has arrived.

Fashion’s love affair with disco-approved sequin is evident looking at the catwalk – in collections from influential brands ranging from Celine to Gucci and Saint Laurent. The name to know is 29-year-old New Yorker in London Michael Halpern. His label, Halpern, founded last year, could be credited with bringing disco back into fashion. His sequin gowns have a 70s feel – he has credited Studio 54 as an inspiration – and have been worn by Amal Clooney and Marion Cotillard. At the Fashion Awards earlier this month, he won the emerging talent award and dressed the model of the year, Adwoa Aboah. Aboah has become something of a poster girl for this look. She starred on the front of December’s Vogue, the first from new editor Edward Enninful, which came with a 70s feel. Her glossy lips, blue eyeshadow and turban paid tribute to disco-diva style.

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Jane Fonda’s Stylist

[ جمعه 1 دی 1396 ] [ 9:27 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Jane Fonda’s Stylist Breaks Down Her Most Trailblazing Fashion Looks

If you ever needed proof that 80 is the new 20, just take a look at Jane Fonda.

With every year, the Oscar winner—who turns the big 8-0 Thursday—manages to up her fashion game. And according to her stylist, Tanya Gill, she won’t be retiring her rainbow brites or cutouts anytime soon.

“When I style Jane, her age isn’t even a part of the equation,” says Gill, who has dressed the actress since 2010. “She epitomizes the modern woman and nothing she wears ever really dates for that reason. It’s always more about what will suit her personality.”

Though she’s been walking red carpets for over five decades, Gill says that Fonda is still always willing to try something new in their fittings. “She has such great instincts,” says Gill. “Her choices reflect her boldness. That’s why she likes to embrace so many different colors and styles—it’s a way to show who she is.”

Fonda made major fashion waves this year alone, literally stealing the show at L’Oreal’s fashion presentation in Paris this fall by walking the runway in a sexy, suede tiger-print Balmain gown—and pulling it off better than most 20-somethings we know.

“Oh, Jane loved that dress,” recalls Gill. “We got it sent over in a sample size and it fit her perfectly, like boom. We just zipped her up in the back and she put on some boots to go with it. Honestly, that was it!”

And it’s that effortless spirit that has made the star’s style so iconic. From her smoldering Balmain emerald green jumpsuit at the 2015 Grammys to her Barbie pink Brandon Maxwell column at the 2017 Emmys, Fonda leaves no fashion stone unturned. “She’s a trailblazer in many aspects of her life,” adds Gill. “So it kind of figures that she also pushes boundaries of the red carpet.”

Happy 80th Birthday, Jane! Keep scrolling to see her best looks of all-time, and get inspired by one of the best trailblazers in the business.

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