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Neat back-to-school hair

[ دوشنبه 8 آبان 1396 ] [ 6:58 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Neat back-to-school hair

It’s a familiar sight on the autumn/winter 2017 catwalks: a shuffle of girls with neat “back to school” hair. At Rochas, the glossy ponytails tied with a careful ribbon spoke of nothing more than a Sunday night bath and an outfit hung on the wardrobe the night before, while at Altuzarra models pushed back their fringes with chunky embellished Alice bands, giving the appearance of a prefect confident in her own power. All you need is a decent brush, a jazzy accessory and a nice clean shirt.

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Fashion’s New Distance From Terry Richardson Is Too Little, Too LateWhile Terry Richardson has becom

[ پنجشنبه 4 آبان 1396 ] [ 9:11 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Fashion’s New Distance From Terry Richardson Is Too Little, Too LateWhile Terry Richardson has become the poster child for fashion’s sexual harassment problem, photographers, editors, stylists, casting directors and others are known to routinely engage in misconduct in an industry where power dynamics disadvantage young women.

NEW YORK, United States — Life for Terry Richardson seems to have become harder in a post-Harvey Weinstein world. On Tuesday, London’s Daily Telegraphreported that James Woolhouse, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Condé Nast International, the media giant’s international arm, sent an internal email to the company’s global presidents instructing them to stop collaborating with Richardson. The controversial fashion photographer's alleged sexual misconduct with models, which occurred on sets, first surfaced in disturbing detail over a decade ago. And yet Richardson remains a frequent choice for editorial and advertising projects across the fashion industry.

A representative for the London-based Condé Nast International confirmed Woolhouse's email, which was reported to have been sent at 8.14am local time on Monday. A representative for Condé Nast (in the US) told BoF: “Condé Nast has nothing planned with him going forward. Sexual harassment of any kind is unacceptable and should not be tolerated.” While many of Condé Nast's international titles, particularly Vogue Paris, have worked with the photographer as recently as this year, the American titles had largely stopped. American Vogue last worked with Richardson in 2010 and by 2014, the company's other US titles had followed suit.

That is until Condé Nast’s W commissioned Richardson to shoot an editorial for the magazine’s November 2017 issue, on newsstands now. (The shoot was commissioned after Edward Enninful left the title to run British Vogue.) W’s editor-in-chief Stefano Tonchi declined to comment on why he decided to start working with the photographer again after six years. WSJ Magazine and CR Fashion Book, which have recently commissioned covers from Richardson, also declined to comment. Although Richardson shot for WSJ as recently as September 2017, sources say the title has no plans to work with him again. Representatives for Hearst, Net-a-Porter’s Porter magazine, Dazed and Fantastic Man — all of which have worked with Richardson in the last two years — did not return requests for comment.

On Tuesday, a representative for Valentino — which has regularly commissioned Richardson to photograph campaigns — told BoF that the house will not work with him again. But just this month, the Italian megabrand released a Resort 2018 campaign lensed by Richardson and featured it on its Instagram account. “Valentino's last campaign with photographer Terry Richardson was shot in July 2017,” said the representative. “There are no plans on a future campaign and of course [we] take these allegations against Terry Richardson seriously.” Valentino has removed Richardson’s name from the credits in captions of the Resort 2018 campaign images on Instagram, but not the images themselves.

But the allegations of Richardson’s sexual misconduct have been around for years. There have been no new public reports of sexual misconduct by Richardson since 2014, when press coverage of his alleged behaviour and questions as to why brands and magazines still tolerated this and worked with him reached fever pitch. “Is Terry Richardson an Artist or a Predator?” asked New York Magazine in 2014, after a suite of new accounts surfaced and more than a handful of brands, including Aldo and H&M, said they had no future plans to work with him.

“Like Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton and so many others before me, sexual imagery has always been a part of my photography,” wrote Richardson at the time on the Huffington Post. “I have never used an offer of work or a threat of rebuke to coerce someone into something that they did not want to do.”

“He is an artist who has been known for his sexually explicit work, so many of his professional interactions with subjects were sexual and explicit in nature, but all of the subjects of his work participated consensually,” a representative for Richardson told the Telegraph on Tuesday. “Terry is disappointed to hear about this [Condé Nast International] email especially because he has previously addressed these old stories.”

But following the avalanche of allegations against major Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein from over fifty actresses and concerns around negative PR fallout and whether brands and magazines could perhaps be held legally liable for job-related sexual harassment, the fashion industry, which long turned a blind eye to Richardson’s behaviour, suddenly appears to be taking a harder line.

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Meet Patrick Church: The British Artist Hand-Painting Vintage Fashion

[ سه شنبه 2 آبان 1396 ] [ 9:43 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Meet Patrick Church: The British Artist Hand-Painting Vintage Fashion

Patrick Church is quickly building momentum, having recently relocated from London to New York City to focus on his rising independent brand. The queer talent's work bridges art with fashion, as he hand-paints existing articles of clothing, from leather jackets to vintage denim and full suits—one-of-a-kind looks already worn by names like Parker Kit Hill and Kyle Farmery.

His first collection, out now, underlines Church's flamboyant, femme perspective. A topless woman is featured throughout, her eyes widely exaggerated and her makeup smeared. She's crying on several pieces and surrounded by statements like "Dirty Girl" on others. It's campy and playful, especially when painted onto lace gowns and patched onto hot pink faux fur coats.

Related | Gallery: Patrick Church's Erotic Hand-Painted Vintage

Sex impacts Church's debut, with its outlined blow-jobs and fully naked figures. The artist describes this work as "romantic," inspired by his husband and the natural body. Briefs have painted faces on the crotch with phrases like "Hold Me So Close" and "I Visit You In My Dreams" printed on them. Fringed leather chaps show nude men kissing and eating ass. These erotic illustrations look like graphic shapes until you get close.

With hundreds of original pieces available to buy online, we caught up with Church to learn more about his practice.

OUT: What's your earliest memory with fashion and art?

Patrick Church: In England as a child, I remember watching my mother and auntie dress up for these parties they would host. I was so obsessed by the ritual and how glamorous they were. I was always encouraged to create. There is a VHS from a fashion show I put on at 13 where I created the clothes, painted the backdrops and set it to music. I really fell in love with painting when my high school art teacher encouraged me to develop my own style.

Art school wasn’t for me, and I wanted experiences. I'm a stubborn person. I didn’t like the idea of being told what to do, so I decided to do my own thing and move to Paris. I found the independence I needed and things evolved creatively. I painted on leather pieces in the past and sold at a couple of independent shops in London and Paris, but this is my first collection. After meeting my husband and being in New York it felt like the right time.

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Amelia Lily dazzles in a sequinned minidress at her fashion launch party... after confessing she no

[ جمعه 28 مهر 1396 ] [ 10:08 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Amelia Lily dazzles in a sequinned minidress at her fashion launch party... after confessing she no longer talks to CBB fling Sam Thompson

She's newly single following her short-lived dalliance with her CBB co-star Sam Thompson.

And Amelia Lily proved she hadn't a care in the world when she attended the Jane Norman Christmas Collection launch party at Vanilla in London on Thursday night, celebrating the launch of her new fashion range.

The Celebrity Big Brother star, 23, was embracing the festive season in a navy minidress embellished with sparkling sequins.

he former X Factor starlet styled her blonde locks in loose curls and kept her make-up simple and natural.

Amelia has confessed that since leaving the house she doesn't even speak to the Made In Chelsea hunk, 25, and doesn't even know if they're still friends.

Describing their relationship to New! magazine, she revealed: 'Absolutely nothing. We don't speak. Everything's fine but I guess it was just the wrong timing. He's a lovely guy though.'

Although they didn't work out as lovers, the reality star revealed she hoped they would remain friends when their brief romance came to an end.

Asked if they were friends, she said: 'I don't know! I think so. As far as I'm aware we are.

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Space race: a new tome captures 70 years of Pierre Cardin’s designs

[ چهارشنبه 26 مهر 1396 ] [ 9:15 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Space race: a new tome captures 70 years of Pierre Cardin’s designs

Pierre Cardin’s sprawling legacy of innovation might be hard to quantify, but a new tome from Assouline celebrating the 95-year-old designer, endeavours to do just that. Tracing a career that spans 70 years, the book outlines what it is that makes the influential designer’s work so compelling.

Cardin ‘infused his personality into his business’, Jean-Pascal Hesse writes in the book’s introduction. That infusion formed the DNA of Cardin’s brand: the geometry of his shapes and structures, and the relentless drive to experiment. The book surveys this, along with Cardin’s forward-facing philosophy of business. Consider his creation of what we would now term a lifestyle brand, something that in the 1960s was not de rigueur among France’s couturiers.

We are taken through the beginnings of Cardin’s influential career, from the Cosmocorps collections that made his name synonymous with the space age, through to furniture design and later experiments with structure, fabric and movement. But it’s the images from the 1960s that are among Cardin’s most loved from the book.

‘My favourite is obviously the period when I began to be known in my career for my very avant-gardist cuttings,’ he explains ahead of a Pierre Cardin pop-up shop at London’s Maison Assouline, opening today. ‘For example, the Cosmocorps line, which reminds me the conquest of space. I have always been marked by this opening towards space, the conquest of the moon.’

In an industry known for its obsession with newness and modernity, Cardin’s designs – the famous Bubble dress, or his Plexiglas jewellery – linger on in cultural memory as markers of innovation. And looking back, Cardin remembers the earliest days of his brand as being a fruitful, exhilarating time. ‘Undeniably at the beginning when I left Dior, I was motivated by a big ambition. I wanted to introduce my style more than anything.’

This is not the first Pierre Cardin book from Assouline, but as the designer points out, ‘it is a unique experience in the world of fashion to celebrate 70 years of design’, so this lengthy retrospective is merited. In a preface written by Marisa Berenson (granddaughter of Cardin’s former employer Elsa Schiaparelli), Cardin is described as ‘a man of paradoxes and contradictions... a man with no boundaries or limits in himself as in the universe’.

And Cardin’s work does not begin or end with clothing. Industrial design, furniture, interiors and automobiles all benefited from Cardin’s rigorous eye. But fashion is still at the centre of all that he does, even after 70 years. ‘Fashion is still the best way to express creative vision,’ he affirms. ‘I am first and foremost a fashion designer.’ But as Pierre Cardin shows, work across design fields is how he elucidates his vision of the world. ‘Fashion,’ he is quoted as saying, ‘is an X-ray of society.’ If that is indeed the case, then at its bones, Cardin’s society is rigorous, stylish and endlessly modern.

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Everyone is trying to leave': Harvey Weinstein's wife's fashion line Marchesa sees employees 'lookin

[ دوشنبه 24 مهر 1396 ] [ 6:30 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Everyone is trying to leave': Harvey Weinstein's wife's fashion line Marchesa sees employees 'looking to jump ship' amid mounting allegations against the movie mogul

The future of Harvey Weinstein's wife's fashion line Marchesa is in question after allegations against the movie mogul continue to mount.

Multiple anonymous reports confirm that employees are fleeing Georgina Chapman's company after Helzberg Diamonds cancelled a collaboration with Marchesa that would have been launched this month.

A top fashion publicist told the New York Post that 'everyone is trying to leave.'

Chapman had quickly distanced herself from Weinstein when she announced on Tuesday she was separating from her husband of 10 years. Weinstein has been accused of sexual misconduct by over 30 women.

However, fashion insiders say the separation may not be enough to salvage the brand's reputation.

Wedding stylist Diane Lloyd Roth said 'I tell my brides to bring [pages] from magazines, and [Marchesa is] always included. [Some clients] were going to go look at Marchesa … and now they're getting cold feet,' she said.

'They don't want the association. The first question when someone's getting married is, 'Who are you wearing?'

Chapman founded the company with business partner Keren Craig in 2004, the same year she met Weinstein.

Chapman and Craig also cancelled the brand's summer preview 2018 preview, increasing nervousness among the staff.

A leading Hollywood publicist anonymously told The Daily Beast: 'This is a f***ing tsunami right now. I don't think it is the end of it. I don't think we've seen all the collateral damage play out for all kinds of players.

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In fashion news today: Coach reveals name change; Taylor Swift to release app

[ جمعه 21 مهر 1396 ] [ 6:07 ] [ neda ] [ ]

In fashion news today: Coach reveals name change; Taylor Swift to release app

Coach has announced a drastic name change, revealing their parent company will now go by the name Tapestry. The move comes following news of the brand’s acquisition of Kate Spadeand Stuart Weitzman, and reflects the expansion into a multi-brand firm. The Coach brand name will remain unchangedand the new move reflects only the newly formed parent business. [Vogue inbox]

Taylor Swift has announced she is releasing an app strictly for Swift fans. Named ‘The Swift Life’, the app has been dubbed “like Facebook” but for Swifties. Allowing fans to connect with each other and also with her, plus collecting ‘Taymojis’, stickers and pictures, the app will certainly be a mecca for all things Taylor. Set to be released in late 2017, we’re sure to hear more about it closer to the singer’s album launch in November. [Billboard]

To celebrate World Sight Day, Oscar Wylee are donating 100% of all gross profits today, October 12, to Sight For All — a charity helping combat preventable eye diseases in Australia and abroad. Aiming to raise $20,000, today might be the day you invest in those Oscar Wylee sunglasses for summer. Get shopping. [Vogue inbox]

The 2017 Aria Award nominations have been released, with Australian band Gang of Youths pulling a total of eight nominations. Paul Kelly follows with seven, and Jessica Mauboy, Amy Shark, Illy and A.B Original all received six. The Award ceremony will be announced on November 28 at The Star in Sydney.

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Ex-Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman thrusts stiletto into successor

[ چهارشنبه 19 مهر 1396 ] [ 6:36 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Ex-Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman thrusts stiletto into successor

Former British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman has hit out at what she described as a new guard of editors who she said were no longer magazine journalists but instead “celebrities or fashion personalities with substantial social media followings”. Her remarks appear to be a thinly veiled swipe at her successor, Edward Enninful, who frequently shares pictures of himself with Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and other leading fashion models across a string of websites.

Writing for the Business of Fashion website, Shulman asked the question “what makes a great magazine editor?” She concluded that editing was “certainly not a job for someone who doesn’t wish to put in the hours and thinks that the main part of their job is being photographed in a series of designer clothes with a roster of famous friends”.

Shulman did not mention anybody by name but her comments emerged amid signs of a growing rift between her and her successor at the influential magazine, which she edited for more than 25 years.

In August Enninful’s friend, Campbell, criticised the lack of diversity at the publication under Shulman’s tenure by posting a photo of Vogue’s staff under her leadership. It showed there were no black employees in a workforce of around 50 and thanked Enninful for appointing her as a contributing editor to the magazine.

However, in her article, Shulman questioned the value of appointing high-profile “contributing editors” asking again whether they were prepared to work hard enough to justify their status.

Shulman wrote: “It has been interesting and educative to see over the years which of the more dilettante or famous contributors really put some effort into their contributions and which liked the idea of an association to the magazine without the tedious business of actually doing any work.”

Enninful, the first male editor to be appointed to British Vogue in its 101-year history, started the job in August, replacing the privately educated Shulman, who had run the title since 1992. An outspoken advocate for more diversity in fashion, Enninful, who was born in Ghana and raised in London, was previously a style director at titles including W and i-D magazines, where he befriended Campbell and Moss.

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The 2017 Victoria’s Secret musical acts might have just been revealed

[ دوشنبه 17 مهر 1396 ] [ 6:47 ] [ neda ] [ ]

The 2017 Victoria’s Secret musical acts might have just been revealed

When it comes to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, nothing goes without being noticed by eagle-eyed Victoria’s Secret fans. Including obscure press releases written in Chinese.

Spotted by dedicated VS fans over the weekend, some critical information was revealed by a press release put out by the Shanghai Culture, Radio, Film and Television Administration Bureau.

Containing information about licenses and visas to overseas visitors, the press release notes one Harry Edward Styles and one Taylor Alison Swift are now cleared to perform in Shanghai on November 20 — the date of the Victoria’s Secret show filming.

Not only is this information probably right — why would the Chinese government send out a fake press release? — it makes a lot of sense as Swift’s album is set to drop 10 days earlier on November 10.

The release also notes 48 other foreign workers who will be attending the show, which doesn’t exactly count the 50-strong list of models and probably even bigger crew, but does give us an indication of the visa applications already approved.

Of course, apart from the obvious — a Swift/Karlie Kloss stage moment, Styles surrounded by Angels? — we’re wondering if Swift and Styles will take to the stage together. Considering their past dating history, we’re not sure it would be the best idea.

What happens when you put Taylor Swift, Harry Styles and Victoria’s Secret fans on high alert? Nothing goes unnoticed.

This is one going to be one great show.

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Maison Margiela SS18 Negative Space Lips Are Fashion

[ شنبه 8 مهر 1396 ] [ 6:23 ] [ neda ] [ ]

Maison Margiela SS18 Negative Space Lips Are Fashion Week's Latest Way To Fake A Plumper Pout

When make-up legend Pat McGrath gets her hands on a runway look, you know it's going to be epic.

After a fairly expected barefaced 'no make-up make-up' start to Paris Fashion Week, the founder of Pat McGrath Labs woke the FROW up with the most innovative lip look we've seen for a long time.

Sending seriously defined fuchsia pink and bright red lipstick with a skin-coloured gap running through the middle down the runway at Maison Margiela, we're calling it - McGrath just made negative space lips officially a thing.

So whats' the deal? Well, considering how weird it looks, negative space lips are actually surprisingly simple to recreate.

Using the bright pink Full Panic, and the ruby red Psycho Candy Matte Trance lipsticks from her eponymous make-up line, McGrath applied colour to either side of models' lips, making sure to leave a curved stripe running through the middle.

Some say it looks like sideways hearts, others like petals, either way it makes everyone's lips look amazing.

Yup, fooling you into thinking every model had the perfect defined cupid's bow, the skin-toned gap and rounded edges created the illusion of a super bouncy, plump pout that brings to mind a Jeff Koons balloon sculpture. If you will....

Add to that the contouring effect of the trompe l'oeil 'highlighter' and you've got your fullest lips ever by using less lipstick.

Confusing but oh so satisfying.

Pat McGrath we bow down to your genius once again.

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