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10 basic fashion rules

As every man knows, looking effortlessly fashionable often requires, ironically, a whole lot of effort. You might not know the first thing about buying a suit and tie, but fret not—we’ll tell you what you need to know.

1. How to tie the perfect tie

Why?
A lot of guys don’t have to wear a tie every day, but it is a basic staple in the modern man’s wardrobe arsenal. It’s like tying a shoe—once you know, you know. It just takes a little repetition and practice. But once you get it down, you’re ready for that interview, wedding, funeral, or any other event that guys who refuse to wear suits end up wearing a suit to.

How:
You can find a description on the thetiebar.com.


2. How your shirt should fit

Why?
There are really only two measurements you need to know when picking out your shirt: your neck size and your sleeve length. Easy, right? Knowing the proper size of your neck and sleeves will ensure a better fit, and will minimize any tailoring you may want to do to the body of the shirt.

How:
For your neck: Measure around your neck so that you graze your Adam’s apple. You should be able to comfortably fit two fingers under the measuring tape and your neck (both fingers pressing against your neck, not one beside the other adding more space outward). This gives you the room to breathe, while not being loose.

For your sleeve: Place your hand on your hip, with your arm bent at 90° (very important.) Have someone (preferably a professional, but a significant other should do, assuming they like you to look good) measure the distance from the center back of your neck (you can feel that bump from your spine about where your neck meets your torso) and go along the outer part of the arm, over the shoulder and elbow all the way to your wrist where your sleeve will end.

For your body: Dress shirts come in a variety of vague sizes. What the hell do they all mean? Here is what you really need to know. You take that same trusty measuring tape used to make that neck fit and that sleeve length right, and you take two quick measurements. First, around the widest part of your chest. It probably lands somewhere around the nipple. Don’t make it too tight. For the second, measure around the widest part of the belly (so about your belly button.) This should be a comparable measurement to your chest, and now you know your torso measurements. You can bring them up when shirt shopping, or reference the size guide when looking online. It will help determine if you need a “Slim” “Regular” or “Classic” fit, or whatever the store’s variation may be. The key in this is being open to tailoring. Off the rack, by definition, means it was not made for your body alone. Yes, you can find some great fitting options, but if you can’t find the one that is right in the neck, sleeves, and body, take it to a tailor.


3. How your suit jacket should fit

Why?
Few things look sloppier or less professional than a man in an ill-fitting suit. That’s why you never see James Bond, Ryan Gosling, or the president in a sloppy suit. These men expect to be taken seriously, dammit. So an easy way to command attention and respect is to get a suit that fits. Let’s start with the jacket.

How:
The shoulder of the jacket should hit the broadest part of your shoulders and lightly graze the arm as it falls. Your movement should be slightly restricted. It’s a nice suit, not fitness gear. The lapel should not bow up across your pecs. (But if you’re constantly bench-pressing, this might happen, but your super-strong chest will make up for the less-ideal fit.) The TOP button of a two-button jacket, or the MIDDLE button of a three-button jacket should fit snug, but not pull. The bottom button always remains open. Having a button closed when standing without pulling is just about perfect. Your sleeve length, conservatively, should hit at the point where your wrist meets your hand, with your shirt cuff falling between 1/4″ and 3/4″ below the jacket. Feeling a little more fashion-forward? Shorten your shirt and suit by 1/2-3/4″, keeping the ration of jacket and shirt cuff the same. Slimmer, shorter suits (jacket and pants as well) are more of the “trendy” suit compared to the “classic” length.

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4. How your suit pants should fit

Why?
So they match the fit of your nicely tailored jacket. And don’t rip. Or look crazy.

How:
This one isn’t hard, but perhaps more complex than you may have thought. Here are a few things to think about:

1. The obvious place to start is the waist and seat. The waist (the actual waistband) should be snug but not tight, so that it can stay up on its own. The seat (the seam between your two back pockets) should fit slim to the body to avoid any sag. Do NOT put your wallet in your back pocket while wearing a suit, it will just ruin your pants much faster than if you keep it in your jacket pocket.
2. You want the leg to be slim, yet comfortable. These super-slim suits may look good on a lanky guy standing up, but we’re betting you sit a lot more than you stand. So leave a fair bit of room without covering up your fit physique with too much excess fabric.
3. The pant break: This is up to you, but the rule of thumb is that the slimmer the suit, the less the break. And the break is reserved solely for the front of the pant. If you’re getting what is commonly referred to as a “back break,” meaning the pants are starting to rumple around the back of your shoes, take the hemline up a notch—you’re getting into slouch territory.

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5. Own an analog watch

Why?
Because you’re a grown up. And an analog watch won’t go out of style while we’re still around. So own it: It only ups your style street cred.

How:
There are so many great watches, it’s too hard to suggest just one. We love these for all different occocians, for starters. And if you’re new to the watch game, here’s a little help in starting your new watch collection.


6. How to apply cologne correctly

Why?
Over-spraying can be a real turnoff. Added fragrance of any kind is intended to enhance, not offend.

How:
You have a couple options here:

1. Spray at the pulse points, or the points where your body release heat (not your arm pit or anywhere that also releases body odor). This is the back and the front of the wrists (and I add the center of a bare chest, for good measure.) This allows the fragrance to have a slower release. Then, spray once toward the front of your shirt after you’re dressed as you head out the door. Done.

2. Get dressed, then spray and walk through. A classic method. The fragrance won’t stay on clothing as much through out the day, so it’s less intense. But for a more concentrated fragrance and a more sensitive nose, this method is the way to go.


7. How to read a care label

Why?
So you can wash your own clothes. Are you still living at your mom’s house?

How:
There are just a few thing that you really need to know:

  • Dots – 1 means wash on Low/Cold, 2 means Medium/Warm, 3 means High/Hot
  • Underlined – 1 means Permanent Press, 2 means Delicate/Gentle

Symbols:

  • A bucket with water – Wash
  • Triangle – Bleach
  • Circle in a Square – Tumble Dry (Look for Dots or Lines)
  • Square alone – Dry (The picture will look like what it is indicating: Line/Hang Dry, Drip Dry, Dry Flat)
  • Iron – Iron (That’s an easy one)
  • Circle – Dry Clean (So “X” out means Do NOT Dry Clean)

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8. How to buy jeans

Why?
When you have a good pair of jeans, people notice. Yet, many men dread buying jeans and buy baggy pairs that do nothing for them.

How:
Denim stretches out. Most people forget that when purchasing. You want to have them fit slightly tight, approaching uncomfortable, but not fully. You still need to button them, obviously. If the waist is a little big but the thighs feel slim, but not cutting off circulation, get them. Wear them a few times, then take in the waist. You would be surprised with how many people have their jeans tailored, even if just a little bit. The leg on the jean should be a little baggy. You want it to look casual. Now, don’t mistake causal for sloppy, as many do. A pair of jeans can still be comfortable and look good. It’s not impossible. You want the fabric to create about two natural “creases” at the bottom of each leg. This way they have a little extra fabric, but they aren’t bunched up.

*Pro tip*: Buy two or three pairs. Once you find a pair that works, I can pretty much guarantee you will want to wear those, and only those, every day. Stock up.


9. How to iron a shirt

Why?
A man should know how to iron his shirt. A crisp shirt not only looks the part, but it shows you care. And what happens when your dress shirt gets bunched up in your carry-on for that important trip? There’s always an iron and a board in a hotel room. Take advantage of it.

How:
Put water in the iron first. Set to COTTON (assuming your dress shirt is cotton, like most).

1. Iron the collar first. Maybe add a little starch just to keep it crisp. Start underneath, and finish on the outside.
2. Follow by ironing the cuffs, also inside first, followed by outside.
3. Then iron the sleeves. The trick here is to make sure the fabric is very smooth and laid down flat. Glide the iron out to the seam on the outside of the shirt. (This is a good time to mention that the water spray on the iron is good for pesky wrinkles.)
4. Iron the front of the shirt. It’s easier than it looksyou just have to be a little patient. Start with the button side, and work the iron around them carefully. Then, move onto the other side and iron it slowly as well.
5. Iron the back of the shirt, flat on the board, allowing all the other fabric to lay down nicely.


10. How to notice a good pair of dress shoes

Why?
They are more important than you think because they’re literally the foundation of any outfit. And they leave a lasting impression. It’s a simple nonverbal statement that says, “I actually give a shit.” If maintained, they are a worthwhile investment. We live in a disposable world, but it doesn’t mean everything has to be. Purchasing a nice pair of shoes that are meant to form around your foot will be more comfortable in the long run, saving you money from buying cheap pair after cheap pair after cheap pair. Don’t wear dress shoes often? All the more reason to have a great pair on standby to impress those who know you as the T-shirt-and-jeans guy.

How:
1. Look for the following key terms to know that your shoes are well-made:

“Full-Grain” – Leather that has not been sanded down, or “corrected” to be smooth. It could contain imperfections and texture.
“Vegetable Dyed” – Natural dyes that age better than chemicals or “chrome” dying, which achieves an unnatural even color and can’t be properly shined.
“Goodyear Welted” – Stitch the soles of the shoe to the uppers, or the leather part, allowing the shoe to breathe and re-sole easily instead of “cemented,” which is using glue to hold the sole and upper together.

With regular maintenance, a pair of $ 300 shoes will last you a very, very long time, and will only look better with age.


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Fifty Shades of Ninja Assassin Pin-Up Photography Modeling Sexy Fashion Lifestyle & Lingerie – Michelangelo Free Lance

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This is a fun and sexy photo book that shows models posing with ninja swords, skulls and cross bones, bullets, and hot pants! The blonde bombshell will show how she prepares to do battle with the soldiers of fashion. She is dressed and undressed in black, gold leather and sheer lace lingerie and short miniskirts. She is a drop dead gorgeous and to die for lady assassin in dark shades!

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Milan Fashion Week’s Dolce & Gabbana Show Featured a Ton of Celeb’s Kids

The Dolce & Gabbana show at Milan Fashion week was littered with the offspring of celebs. Both of Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee’s kids walked the runway … so did the spawn of Diddy, Daniel Day-Lewis, James Marsden, Jude Law and Pierce…

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London College of Fashion Spotlights MA Men’s Wear Collections

FRESH TALENT: London College of Fashion’s graduating MA men’s wear students showcased their collections on Friday with a runway show ahead of London Fashion Week Men’s.
Ten students from the fashion design technology men’s wear course presented their ranges at St John’s Smith Square in Westminster, in the show styled by Adele Cany. The strongest lineups came from Hanni Yang, Ying Yi Lu, Hengmin Lu, Sohyeon Park and Xu Bo.
Yang, who has worked with Teatum Jones and Céline, explored pattern-cutting and worked scarves onto the garments. She sent out a range of tailored-yet-relaxed looks and draped burgundy and cream silk scarves over a white men’s wear shirt and burgundy trousers.
Ying Yi Lu looked to young boys of the Victorian era and focused on tailoring, as in a cropped blue pinstripe suit. Lu topped off the looks with sailor style hats done in collaboration with Atelier Millinery.
Hengmin Lu — who has worked with Ports 1961 — was inspired by the architecture of the Chairman Mao era. Lu explored functionality and pattern cutting as seen on a long brown coat, worn over a white shirt with a mandarin collar and white knee-length shorts. The student teamed with JKJY Handcraft Fashion Ltd. Shanghai on

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Behind the all-black fashion at the Golden Globes

The Golden Globes red carpet has been home to many iconic fashion moments, but this year’s pre-award show promenade will be fueled by one mantra: don’t stand out, stand up.


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London Fashion Week Men’s Fall 2018: Inspirations

From skiing to winning the lottery, London men’s wear designers looked to a wide range of subjects for inspiration for their fall collections. Here, some of the topics that sparked their creativity ahead of the shows, which begin on Saturday.
“This season we celebrate the 70th  anniversary of the Trialmaster jacket, which gave me an opportunity to revisit our British roots and present our Made in U.K. collection. Looking through our Trialmaster history led me to explore English youth subcultures and how our jackets have been adopted and customized since the Fifties. The iconic silhouettes from this era including the field, parka and biker jackets have been updated this season with added functionality and modern fabrications. The hero piece of the collection is the anniversary Trialmaster, which is entirely manufactured in the U.K., in a new tumbled coated cotton and reflective tape with badges, celebrating our heritage.” — Delphine Ninous, creative director, Belstaff
“A deep dive into the big blue. The collection stands as a creative call to arms and focuses on responsible design and sourcing to protect both planet and wearer.” — Christopher Raeburn
“It’s about escaping life, going to Noel’s house party and the adventures of kids’ coloring books.” — Liam Hodges
“This season’s collection explores

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Fetty Wap Surprises GF at Fashion Show with $100k Investment

[[tmz:video id=”0_i1oy4hdn”]] Don’t tell Fetty Wap ya can’t mix business with pleasure … because doing just that put a huge grin on his girlfriend’s face. The rapper surprised his girl, Yaya, Sunday at her Omaj by NoiR clothing line…

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Whipped Ass: High Fashion Whore

Veronica Avluv is the newest MILF to hit the scene. She’s ridiculously hot and hornier then 90% of the girls that walk through these doors. We LOVE her! Today Veronica’s the ultimate CEO bitch and her interns are tired of it. Veronica is wrestled down, gagged, tied up, finger fucked, tits played hard with, humiliated and that’s just the beginning. She’s bent over, spanked, clamped, made to lick pussy and used as a dildo gag. She worships feet, gets foot fucked, strap-on fucked and squirts all over till she’s begging for more!

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Spring 2018 Fashion Trend: Casual Satin

Designers worked light-catching satin into casual silhouettes for day.

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New York Cares and The Fashion Foundation Help New Yorkers in Need

‘TIS THE SEASON: More than halfway to its goal of collecting 125,000 donated coats, this year’s annual New York Cares Coat Drive has less than a week to go.
New Yorkers can drop off coats at multiple locations including the group’s West 31st Street warehouse, any New York Police Department precinct, all Queens library branches and Grand Central Terminal or Penn Station through Dec. 31. Those who don’t have jackets to give can text “coat” to 41444 to donate money that will be used by the nonprofit to buy and deliver coats. The city has at least 1.7 million people living below the poverty line including 60,000 who are without permanent housing, according to a New York Cares spokeswoman.
The group has collected and donated 1.8 million coats to New Yorkers in need over the past 29 years. This year’s requests from shelters, social service agencies and schools is an increase compared to last year’s tally of 109,000 coats.
Another local group, The Fashion Foundation, recently wrapped up another charitable initiative. Founder Amanda Munz helped to brighten the holidays for 100 students in three different Brooklyn schools by arranging for each of them to receive a complementary gift-laden backpack. Rebecca Minkoff and Calvin

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Meghan Markle Goes Full British Fashion for Engagement Photos

Meghan Markle’s clothing choices for the engagement photos with Prince Harry scream one thing … “Peace out, America. I’m a princess now, bitches!” According to the palace, that gown she’s draped in for those engagement pics with Prince Harry was…

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NBA’s Devin Booker Crushed The Rock in Fashion Throwdown, Says Teammate

[[tmz:video id=”0_n9s2br8m”]] Who’s got more turtleneck-and-chain swag — vintage The Rock or NBA star Devin Booker? For the answer, we asked Devin’s Suns teammate, Jared Dudley … and he told us Booker takes out The People’s Champ,…

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WWD Decades: Seventies Fashion

With its putrid colors, polyester pantsuits, skin-tight designer jeans, platform shoes, bra burnings and hippie styles, the Seventies are sometimes called, “the decade taste forgot.”
Fueled in part by the drug culture, the disco craze, the all-out decadence of Studio 54, feminism, sexual freedom and streaking, the era ushered in hedonism and what Tom Wolfe described as the “Me Decade.” The first half of the decade was hippie hangover from the Sixties with plenty of roomy retro and ethnic references. The second-half was sparked by punk rock influences and glam-rock looks. Think David Bowie’s androgynous, body-hugging concert looks and spectacle-loving, sparkle-crazy Elton John. The latter was so off-the-rails in 1976, the famed Mr. Blackwell named Elton John “the worst dressed woman of the year.”
Fashion fads were abundant — T–shirts galore, the short shorts WWD anointed HotPants, the midi, gauchos, turtlenecks, “Saturday Night Fever”-inspired disco looks and a slew of Diane Keaton-worthy “Annie Hall” styles like oversize shirts, under vests, neck ties and near floor-sweeping skirts. In terms of real designer moments, there were many. Yves Saint Laurent’s “smokings” ushered in an ever chic and everlasting Marlene Dietrich-worthy androgyny. His Ballet Russes collection and the Chinese collection the following year were also

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Fashion Santa Settles Trademark Dispute with Toronto Mall

[[tmz:video id=”0_pjgeq8lx”]] There’s officially only one Fashion Santa now … and you’re looking at him. Paul Mason aka Toronto’s FIRST famed Fashion Santa tells TMZ his legal battle with the Yorkdale Mall is over, and he got what he wanted. The…

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Holly Fulton to Lead Fashion Design Course

NEW ROLE: British designer Holly Fulton is taking an academic turn, becoming head of fashion at the Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts.
Fulton, known for her graphic prints and bold use of color, had previously worked with students as a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art and Kingston University and also as part of her global ambassador role at Graduate Fashion Week.
“Education is something I am passionate about and this position feels very natural for me. I have had some great mentors in my career and now I am in the right place to share what I’ve learned with students, while helping them to develop their own style and practice. I intend to give them an experience they would not be able to get at any other university,” said Fulton, who will continue to design her own label.
Karin Askham, head of collage at the CSVPA, an independent arts school, said that it was important for the school to appoint a practicing fashion designer who can equip students with the skills needed for working in the industry today.
“Holly brings both a global understanding of the industry, with the success of her brand in Asia and the U.S., as

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Michael Sam Arm Wrestles Fashion Designer, ‘This Guy’s a P***y!’

[[tmz:video id=”0_tzade73h”]] Michael Sam went straight “Over the Top” in a Dallas bar — arm wrestling a dude who called him a “p*ssy” … and TMZ Sports has the video. Here’s the deal … Sam (the 1st openly gay player to be drafted by an…

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Rita Ora: ‘Date Night’ with Conor McGregor at Fashion Awards

Conor McGregor mingled with a lot of huge celebs at London’s Fashion Awards on Monday night — including Rita Ora, who shared photos of her and the UFC mega-star with the caption: “Date night.” Date night @TheNotoriousMMA pic.twitter.com/G4gR5KJ11Y…

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EXCLUSIVE: Mugler Fashion Names U.S. Designer as Artistic Director

PARIS — Score another win for behind-the-scenes talent: Mugler has named little-known American designer Casey Cadwallader as its new artistic director of women’s ready-to-wear, succeeding David Koma, who is leaving the house after four years at the helm.
Cadwallader, whose appointment was effective Dec. 1, joins the French fashion house from Acne Studios, where he was head designer of women’s pre-collections.
The 38-year-old studied architecture at Cornell University and has 17 years of experience, including positions as design director of rtw and accessories at Narciso Rodriguez and director of design at J.Mendel. He has also held positions at Loewe and Tse.
“The Clarins Group is very happy to welcome Casey Cadwallader to Mugler,” said Sandrine Groslier, chief executive officer of Clarins Fragrance Group and Mugler fragrances and fashion.
“His determination and unique sensitivity to Mugler’s artistic and experimental heritage will enable us to pursue the renewal of the house in the long term. We are confident that his personal vision and talent will position Mugler among the most sought-after avant-garde fashion brands of today,” she added.
European luxury brands are increasingly tapping second-in-command designers to fill the top job.
In the last year, Natacha Ramsay-Levi, Nicolas Ghesquière’s longtime right hand at Louis Vuitton and Balenciaga, joined Chloé,

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Conor McGregor Flossin’ w/ Versace, Rita Ora & Lewis Hamilton at Fashion Awards

Here’s Conor McGregor and Lewis Hamilton proving you don’t have to be in the NBA to be sports fashionistas … stuntin’ like bosses at the annual Fashion Awards show in London.  The UFC and F1 mega-stars pulled up to the red carpet…

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Bella Hadid Is ‘Grateful’ & ‘Happy’ Following Her Second Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

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Going head-to-head, Westbrook rules as KD returns in losing fashion

Kevin Durant returned to Oklahoma City, and it got heated at times with his old teammate, as the Thunder sent the reigning champions home with a lopsided loss.
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Model Falls In Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, Alessandra Ambrosio Retires

This year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion show was bittersweet because Alessandra Ambrosio took her final VS catwalk Sunday night in Shanghai.  Right before the gig, the 36-year-old announced she’d be hanging up her wings after a 17-year run.…

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How Bella Hadid’s “Stronger” Health Led to an Extra Special Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Bella HadidBella Hadid is back and feeling better than ever.
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The Dubai Design and Fashion Council and Vogue Arabia Award Fashion Prizes

DUBAI — The Dubai Design and Fashion Council and Vogue Arabia awarded three designers from the region the Fashion Prize earlier this week, an annual award going to the top talent from the Middle East. The designers represent three different categories: ready-to-wear, fine jewelry and accessories. The winners were chosen by a panel that included designer Reem Acra, Aquazzura creative director Edgardo Osorio, DDFC chief executive officer Jazia Aldanhani and Vogue Arabia editor in chief Manuel Arnaut.
“It’s wonderful to discover such promising new talent in the region,” said Osorio. Accra, who is on the board of the council, said: “The DDFC Vogue Fashion Prize is so important for the region. It empowers the new generation of designers.”
This year’s winners were:
Faissal El-Malak, Ready-to-Wear
Palestinian designer Faissal El-Malak grew up between Montreal and Qatar and studied in Paris before settling in Dubai. His work is rooted in his search for identity. “Both sides of my family are Palestinian refugees,” he said. “My identity was only based on ideas and memories of my grandparents. I didn’t have anything tangible until I discovered traditionally hand embroidered cushions and dresses that my mother had. That was the first time I had something that related to my identity.”
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Gigi Hadid Out of Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in China

Gigi Hadid will NOT be walking the runway for Victoria’s Secret in China — despite saying she would this summer — and folks think it’s got something to do with her mocking Asians. Gigi announced Thursday she “won’t be able to make it to China this…

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‘Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show’ Fans Getting Scammed Out of Thousands in China

‘Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show’ fans are getting scammed into dropping tens of thousands of dollars for a prized ticket to the China show … and we’ve learned the tickets aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. We did some digging and found…

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Trend Union’s Li Edelkoort: Goddesses Are Emerging Female Archetypes in Fashion

DRAPED CRUSADERS: As the social message of women’s empowerment continues to gain ground, goddess-like strength and traits are turning up in fashion.
Goddesses of all different heritages and persuasions were the focus of Li Edelkoort’s spring 2019 presentation for Trend Union at The New School in New York. The way she sees it, they are at the root of the emerging female fashion archetype for the industry with individuals determining their own goddess based on individual tastes. Predicting a revolution sparked partially from draping, folding and cuts, Edelkort expects normcore and streetwear basics to dissolve. That shift calls for “designers, not influencers,” she said.
With a myriad of colorful images that drew from art history, fashion, portraiture and nature, the trend forecaster offered a crash course in goddesses. Students and industry types learned of Aphrodite, Demeter, Hestia, Gaia, Flora & Fauna, Nike and others. Edelkoort also pointed to the increasing importance of the sack dress, regal colors and majestic fabrics. She also spoke of “this child woman” who is very dominant in society, accumulating jobs as if she is accumulating pairs of shoes. “She lives her life like a ribbon, like a bracelet — there is not a clear direction. She is

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Fashion hits and misses from the 2017 CMA Awards

Check out the best and worst celeb style moments of the CMA Awards.
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Kate Hudson’s Fashion Line Settles with Ex-Employee in Lawsuit

Kate Hudson’s online retailer just cleared one of its legal headaches by settling its lawsuit against her. Talitha Peters – a former exec at Fabletics — filed new legal docs obtained by TMZ to have her lawsuit against the retailer thrown out…

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Woolmark Co. Joins Forces With the Fashion Tech Lab for Innovation Award

WOOLMARK POWERS UP: As the bonds between fashion and technology get stronger, the Woolmark Co. has partnered with the Fashion Tech Lab for a new prize.
Twelve finalists that will be chosen for the Innovation Award powered by Fashion Tech Lab, which will be given to the collection with the most innovative and creative wool fabrication, process or development. The honor is tied to the Woolmark Co.’s International Woolmark Prize. The winner will also exemplify the most exciting approach to help reduce its social and environmental footprint.
Woolmark partnered with Fashion Tech Lab to try to bridge the gap between new technologies, sustainable innovations and luxury fashion and to educate and empower finalists through a dedicated mentorship program. The Woolmark Co.’s managing director Stuart McCullough said, “The ultimate aim of this exciting partnership is to give these 12 finalists — our future ambassadors — the best opportunity to enhance their business through innovation and sustainable processes, so they can meet the discerning needs of tomorrow’s customer. As the award continues to evolve, our aim is to encourage designers to think beyond today and embrace future technologies, which will ultimately provide a positive impact for tomorrow.”
The Fashion Tech Lab is a hybrid platform

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The Outnet Unveils Art and Fashion Initiative, Teams With Ground Floor Project

BODY OF WORK: The Outnet is going off-line for an art show, and related film and book done in collaboration with Ground Floor Project, an initiative that hosts exhibitions, and commissions artwork and books.
The show, “Posturing: Photographing the Body in Fashion,” will showcase more than 43 works from fashion photographers including Johnny Dufort, Charlotte Wales, Lena C. Emery, Brianna Capozzi, Tyrone Lebon, Marton Perlaki and Charlie Engman.
Holly Hay and Shonagh Marshall of Ground Floor Project have curated the show, which delves into the relationship between the human body with fashion photography.
“I wanted to bring focus to the hierarchy between body, clothes, prop, site, beauty and the printed page — examining the important place of each. Beginning to look at how these images come together is really the crux of the exhibition,” Marshall said.
It will run from Nov. 1 until Nov. 12 at 10 Thurloe Place in London.
As part of the overall project, a film will be screened during Art Basel Miami in December, and there will also be a book launch hosted during Art Basel Hong Kong in March next year.
The film will be related to the show and is being directed by Coco Capitan. It’s call “Posturing: Filming the

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‘Project Runway’ Finalist Mychael Knight in Frail Condition at Last Fashion Show

[[tmz:video id=”0_zxy0xtoy”]] “Project Runway” finalist Mychael Knight was still hard at work one month before his death, but an intestinal disorder was already taking a visible toll on his body. TMZ obtained a video of Mychael at what’s…

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The Harvey Weinstein Scandal Could Take Down A Fashion Label

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Michael B. Talks Fashion at Piaget Beverly Hills

Watch and jewelry lovers turned out Thursday night at Piaget’s West Coast flagship on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills for a cocktail party and conversation with its U.S. brand ambassador Michael B. Jordan. The “Creed” star attracted a crowd including fellow actors Abbie Cornish, Anna Schafer, Sarah Wright Olsen and “This Is Us” star Lonnie Chavis, as well as Mohammed Sultan Al Habtoor.
In a question-and-answer session with Degen Pener, Jordan discussed his history with Piaget, his evolving style and favorite red-carpet looks. With help from his longtime stylist Jeff Kim, he highlighted his favorite fashion looks from a range of designers including Dior Homme, Givenchy, Calvin Klein, Vivienne Westwood Man and Public School.
“Before I worked with Jeff, I didn’t really know how to dress myself. He’s helped me take a lot of risks,” said Jordan of his colorful style and embrace of pattern. His favorite Piaget timepieces include the Altiplano 60th Anniversary Limited Edition timepiece with a green patinated dial worn for the Met Gala and the diamond Altiplano 38mm 900P worn for the Golden Globe awards. On Thursday he wore the Piaget Polo S Limited Edition, which he referenced as his go-to watch for everyday.
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Chiefs win in dramatic fashion to stay NFL’s lone unbeaten team

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Jane Fonda And Helen Mirren Stole The Show At Paris Fashion Week

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Fashion Industry Takes Part in World Heart Day

CLOSE TO HIS HEART: Margherita Missoni, Christopher Bailey, Etro, Issey Miyake, Giles Deacon, Gill Button, Sandra Choi for Jimmy Choo, Stephen Jones, Stephen Webster, Steven Tai, David Downton, Barnaba Fornasetti, Damien Hirst and Tom Dixon are among the designers and brands taking part in a campaign to raise awareness of heart disease. British photographer Rankin and his creative agency The Full Service initiated the campaign to mark World Heart Day on Friday.
Rankin gave contributors a brief to design their own heart and to post their creations on social channels with the hashtag #heartforaheart.
“My father died from a heart attack. It would have been good to have him around and that might have been possible with a better understanding of the heart and how people need to take care of it,” Rankin said. “Plus as a child I also had a heart condition. So I’m very aware of the importance of looking after your heart and the risks involved.
“The sole purpose of this campaign is to spread awareness. We just want people to know and understand the work that this charity does for people, the difficulties that sufferers have to go through and the way they can help.”
 

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MoMA decked out with fashion that changed the world

New York’s Museum of Modern Art unveils its latest exhibit exploring garments that had a significant impact on the world in the last 100 years. Elly Park reports.


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Milan Fashion Week: Highs — and Highs

MILAN — The bright blue skies and daily doses of sunshine worked wonders on the mood of buyers, who praised Milan’s creativity and use of color, disco glitter and tailoring. Linda Fargo of Bergdorf Goodman didn’t mince words. “The weather was an upper for Milan, many collections were on an up and where there was newness, our spend will be up to match,” she said.
Helen David of Harrods said her must-have was “Gucci everything,” while Mario Grauso of Holt Renfrew summed up many of the retailers’ feelings about the Versace show, Donatella’s tribute to Gianni on the 20-year anniversary of his death: “Donatella has dominated the entire week with her tribute collection and reunion of the most iconic models.”
Ken Downing of Neiman Marcus called the city a treasure trove of ideas. “I feel so good about Milan. There is so much creativity coming off the runways right now in terms of collections — but also the music. It was a pleasure of a fashion week.”
Here, a roundup of the Milan highlights from the mouths of retailers:
Linda Fargo, senior vice president of the fashion office and director of women’s fashion and store presentation at Bergdorf Goodman: 
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Neymar & Lewis Hamilton Have Fashion War at London Hot Spots

Neymar and Lewis Hamilton went out in London together on Monday — in what turned out to be a VERY expensive battle for fashion supremacy. See Neymar’s red jacket? Yeah … that’s a Louis Vuitton x Supreme bomber varsity piece that’s being sold on…

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Karlie Kloss, Eva Chen to Help Host Cocktail Party for CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund’s Americans in Paris

TRUE BLUE OPENER: Karlie Kloss, Instagram’s Eva Chen and Vogue’s Mark Holgate will help kick off the next installment of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund’s Americans in Paris by hosting a cocktail party on Sept. 30.
This fall’s roster includes Adam Selman, Area’s Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk, Brock Collection’s Laura Vassar Brock and Kristopher Brock, Chloe Gosselin, Ji Oh, Krewe New Orleans Eyewear’s Stirling Barrett, Morgan Lane’s Morgan Curtis, Newbark’s Maryam and Marjan Malakpour and Rochambeau’s Laurence Chandler and Joshua Cooper will be in the mix. Out of respect for the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, this season’s opening cocktail party will take place in the evening of Sept. 30 at the showroom.
From that date through Oct. 2, buyers and media will find the American designers in a town house at 29 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. To maintain the red, white and blue thinking, visitors to the showroom will be offered American-style pastries from Stoney Clove Bakery, which is located near Les Halles. The Americans in Paris participants will get a taste of Paris during their stay. They will be treated to a private tour of the “Christian Dior, Couturier du Rêve” exhibition at Musée des Arts Décoratifs on Oct. 2

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Brooklyn Beckham, Fashion School Can Be Exhausting!!!

Brooklyn Beckham took a break on the sidewalk, looking a little spent, as he seemed to be waiting for someone outside the fashion school he’s attending. Brooklyn’s a student at the famed Parsons School of Design in NYC where he’s studying photography,…

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Leslie Jones Just Couldn’t Contain Herself During New York Fashion Week

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As they head into the summer finale of Freeform’s “The Bold Type,” series stars Aisha Dee, Katie Stevens and Meghann Fahy chat with AccessHollywood.com about the show’s friendships, the killer fashion and more. “The Bold Type” summer finale airs Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 9/8c on Freeform.


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Minnie Mouse to Attend Her First New York Fashion Week

MINNIE TAKES MANHATTAN: It’s about time: Minnie Mouse will be touching down in Manhattan next week to attend her first New York Fashion Week. Her first order of business is posing for photographs at the Empire State Building Observatory on Tuesday at 10 a.m. During her stay she plans to attend a master class at Instagram with Eva Chen, head of fashion partnerships, and visit Refinery 29 to talk trends with Annie Georgia Greenberg, fashion editor at large, video producer and host.  She may even attend a fashion week party Friday night. At press time, she had no plans to attend a fashion show, but obviously that could change once publicists get wind of her visit.
Long considered a fashion icon, Minnie has served as a muse for designers, inspiring new fashion collections and appearing in magazines and runway shows all over the world. Her classic polka-dot ensemble has been continually reimagined by the fashion industry through the decades.

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House of Finland to Celebrate Fashion Design, Innovation and More

Finland’s fashion style will be represented by the bright colors and bold patterns of the country’s best-known brand, Marimekko, at the House of Finland pop-up exhibition, Sept. 11 to 14 at 286 Gallery in New York’s Chelsea.
The iconic design house will be joined by emerging fashion labels such as Chaine, Riikka Ikäheimo Couture, Mem, Mori Collective and Shy Vibes Club, among others. Part of the point of the exhibition, organized by the Finnish American Chamber of Commerce, and Finnish Tech, Design and Art, a non-profit that promotes Finnish creativity in the U.S., is to showcase the country’s range of styles, creativity and innovation.
Riikka Ikäheimo Couture’s sexy white lace dresses and purple lace gowns are slit to within a centimeter of good taste. Mem, Paula Malleus’ avant-garde collection, is created from textile waste. Revolt, her 2017 collection made from post-consumer denim, features long gowns with elaborate draping, jumpsuits and high-collared jackets.
Ivana Helsinki is an 18-year-old brand designed by Paola Ivana Suhonen, who also directs films and music videos and writes children’s books. Suhonen, who is given to romantic statements such as, “My world is for the ones who love moonlit fields, pirates, dark forests, crummy motels, champagne states of drunkenness, fragile butterflies, passionate relationships, cowboys and guardian

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Katharine Hamnett, London’s Activist Fashion Warrior, Is Back With a Sustainable Buy-Now Collection

The influential London designer Katharine Hamnett talks to Vogue’s Sarah Mower about her new endeavor.
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Kendall Jenner’s Been Named ‘Fashion Icon Of The Decade’ And People Are Super Confused

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Victoria Beckham’s Street Style in New York City Ahead of Fashion Week

The designer made her return to New York in her signature, sleek style.
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Milly Sets Strategy With In-House Sales, Fashion Presentation

NEW YORK — Now in its 17th year, Milly is making moves to strengthen its brand.
The privately owned advanced contemporary sportswear company based here absorbed its sales agency, L’Atelier Group, which has been handling Milly’s ready-to-wear sales from the get-go and brought it in-house. Keith Nuss, owner of L’Atelier, has joined Milly as vice president of sales and has brought along one associate director, two account executives and one assistant account executive to join the firm’s existing sales staff of four people.
Over the years, L’Atelier has cultivated strong relationships with specialty stores and has handled sales for such brands as Ramy Brook, James Perse, Earl Jeans, Splendid and Chip & Pepper.
“We convinced Keith to close his business and join our business. He has rich relationships with retailers,” said Andrew Oshrin, cofounder, chief executive officer and president of Milly. Oshrin said he would usually go to every large market appointment that L’Atelier, which was based in the same neighborhood, would have.
To accommodate the rtw sales team, Milly has taken over more space at its headquarters at 265 West 37th Street. The company, which has 16,000 square feet on the 19th and 20th floors, has leased an additional 4,000 square feet on the 19th floor. Milly

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Fashion Firms Partake in Solar Eclipse Viewings Around the Country

LET THE SUNSHINE IN: While many companies held informal gatherings on their office rooftops to view the solar eclipse Monday, others initiated more formal plans for the event. Warby Parker bussed its Nashville headquarters’ employees to celebrate the eclipse at its Nashville store, Warby Parker Edgehill. The party included a performance by Futurebirds, then during the city’s one minute and 57 seconds of eclipse-induced darkness, the Nashville-based ALIAS Chamber Ensemble played a composition that they crafted especially for the occasion. Martin’s, a local barbecue joint, fired up lunch on-site for attendees.
Lividini & Co., a fashion public relations and brand strategy company at 264 West 40th Street in New York, entertained some 30 to 40 people on their rooftop Monday afternoon, including staff from other companies in the building, such as Robert Graham, as well as media. Bottled water and stars and moon cookies were served, along with sun-protection glasses.
Nike held a viewing party on it Beaverton, Ore, campus, while Nautilus threw a viewing party for hundreds in their corporate office with a glasses-decorating station, brunch and drink stations for specialty coffees and smoothies.
There were virtually no cars on the roads in Portland during what is typically the Monday morning rush hour, according

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What to Watch: Blurring Fashion, Art and Commerce at Made Los Angeles

The fusion of fashion, art and commerce continues to be a winning formula. Made Los Angeles has seized on that.
The two-day event went for a second go in Los Angeles this past June with a decidedly strong focus on the intersection of hip-hop streetwear collaborations with collections flanked by performances from Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Yung Jake and A$ AP Ferg in conjunction with labels Rochambeau, 424, Joyrich and Pleasures.
The result was a sold out show two years in a row and a spokesperson for IMG, the event’s parent, confirmed Made LA will be back in 2018.
“We wanted to do something different….Technology, music, clothes and putting it all together in one, cohesive project is pretty dope,” Pleasures’ Alex Taylor said during a panel at Made LA this year. “I think people are taking notice of that.”
Made started off in New York as a way to offer free runway space and was acquired in 2015 by WME-IMG with a bid to expand the event’s reach beyond the fashion show.
The rise of L.A. food and fashion with an existing base of music seemed like the right formula for the Los Angeles iteration, according to IMG senior vice president and managing director Catherine Bennett.

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How Miley Cyrus’ Teen Choice Awards Fashion Has Evolved Over the Years


As the singer accepts the Ultimate Choice Award at Sunday’s Teen Choice Awards, airing on Fox, THR takes a look back at her style over the years, from her fresh-faced early-teen years — at the height of her ‘Hannah Montana’ fame — to her more mature look of late.
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Fashion And Wanderlust Collide In These Truly Breathtaking Photos

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New Danish Models for Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring 2018

Following in the footsteps of Freja Beha and Josephine Skriver, the new generation of Danish models is ready to conquer fashion.
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The Met’s Costume Institute Said Eyeing Fashion and Religion for Next Year’s Exhibition

KEEPING THE FAITH: In these politically charged times, it appears that the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute isn’t afraid to take on its own controversial topics.
Fashion and religion will be the theme of next year’s major exhibition, according to multiple sources, including a few who said they have been privy to preliminary discussions. A Met spokeswoman declined to comment Friday.
With the May opening still many months away, the planning is still in the very early stages. Sources describe the project as serious and ambitious, and it is understood the idea was hatched long before the current “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: The Art of the In-Between” show, slated to close Sept. 4. A host of European designers have referenced religion in their collections, including the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier, John Galliano and Riccardo Tisci. The likeness of the Madonna has been appropriated by Dolce & Gabbana, and the iconography of Jesus has been featured in Jeremy Scott’s collection. Prabal Gurung once brought Buddhist monks to his runway.
In recent years, the Costume Institute exhibitions have been major blockbusters for The Met. Last year’s “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” attracted 752,995 visitors, making it the museum’s seventh

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Style Notes: Miley Cyrus Talks Fashion Regrets; Vogue to Host First Conference


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Amazon Fashion Europe Teams With Nicopanda on Capsule Collection

SEE NOW, PRIME LATER: Amazon Fashion Europe has teamed with Nicopanda on a unisex streetwear capsule range that launches on Sept. 16, and will be available to purchase immediately after the spring 2018 show, WWD has learned.
Nicola Formichetti, the Italian-Japanese creative director known for his work with Diesel and Uniqlo, will stage the label’s runway show at the e-commerce giant’s European Fashion Photography Studio in Hoxton during London Fashion Week.
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Formichetti touted the company’s “fast delivery and selection” and said he’s excited to join with it. “True to Nicopanda’s DNA, the collection is unisex with an international street-culture aesthetic,” said designer Nicola Formichetti. “Each piece includes signature Nicopanda graphic motifs and a bold color palette.”
The six-piece streetwear collection is comprised of a bomber, a hoodie, leggings, a long-sleeve T-shirt, a scarf and a clutch bag done in a palette of navy, red and pink. Prices range from 50 pounds for leggings to 200 pounds for a bomber jacket. It can be purchased from Amazon’s five fashion stores in Europe and on the Amazon Prime Now app in London as well as on amazon.co.uk.
“Nicopanda’s designs immediately turn heads, so we can see

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Exclusive: Ralph Lauren’s Major Move for New York Fashion Week

Ralph Lauren is capable of doing big things. In the lead-up to a New York Fashion Week season that has been fraught with controversial defections of major talent, Lauren, a true blue American designer if there ever was one, is staying put (relatively) and stepping it up. He will stage his September runway show Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. at Ralph’s Garage in Bedford, N.Y., with a private formal dinner to follow the show.
The venue is Lauren’s private garage housing his collection of rare automobiles, which will be the backdrop for the show. It’s one of the most valuable car collections in the world, featuring models such as a 1938 Bugatti Atlantic, a 1929 Bentley Blower, an orange 1996 McLaren F1 LM and multiple vintage red Ferraris. In 2011, 17 cars from Lauren’s collection were shown in an exhibition at the Musée Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
To accent the masculine/feminine nature of automobile design, for the first time Lauren will also show the Ralph Lauren Purple Label men’s wear alongside the women’s collection. The show will continue the see-now-buy-now strategy that the company started a year prior — all looks from the show will be available immediately to consumers globally.
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Plus-Size Retailer Torrid to Showcase at New York Fashion Week

TORRID HITS THE RUNWAYS: Torrid, which designs and retails apparel, lingerie, swimwear, accessories and footwear for the plus-size woman, is the first plus-size women’s fashion brand to present at NYFW: The Shows as part of IMG. The runway show will take place Sept. 12.
The catwalk will be a showcase for the brand’s third annual Model Search competition, serving as the semifinal competitive round for the top 10 finalists. Selected by a panel of judges who include “Project Runway” winner Ashley Nell Tipton, celebrity makeup artist Priscilla Ono and model Candice Huffine, the finalists will walk the runway before going on to a third and final round of competition, where the winner will be selected by Torrid friends and fans.
Torrid’s model search kicked off in May, with online submissions followed this summer by live casting in Los Angeles, Seattle, Houston and Atlanta. The retailer has also extended its search to Canada for the first time, with a live casting in Ontario. Last year, 10,000 women applied. The winner will have the title “Face of Torrid 2018” and will receive a Torrid modeling contract and wardrobe. She will also host Torrid store openings and events as a brand ambassador, will be featured

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Made in America: Four Fashion Designers on What It Takes To Do So


Nanette Lepore, Billy Reid, Edie Parker’s Brett Heyman and Laurel Berman of Black Halo discuss the how and why of crafting their collections in New York, L.A. and points in between.

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CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists Named

The 10 finalists of the 2017 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund have been named. They are: Ahlem Manai-Platt of Ahlem; Becca McCharen-Tran of Chromat; Christopher Bevans of Dyne; Victor Glemaud; Jordan Askill; Matthew Harris of Mateo New York; Eli Azran of RTA; Sandy Liang; Telfar Clemens of Telfar LLC, and Patric DiCaprio, Bryn Taubensee, David Moses and Claire Sully of Vaquera. 
The winner and two runners-up will be revealed Nov. 6 at a gala in New York. The winner will receive a cash prize of $ 400,000 and the two runners-up will take home $ 150,000 each. In the meantime, the designers are put through a set of challenges before the selection committee, which includes Joseph Altuzarra, Eva Chen, Mark Holgate, Jeffrey Kalinsky, Steven Kolb, Roopal Patel, Nicole Phelps, Andrew Rosen and Diane von Furstenberg. One of the design challenges includes a fashion show staged at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles in October.
The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund is underwritten by Caleres, Coach Foundation, J. Crew, IMG Fashion, Lane Bryant, LifeWtr, MAC Cosmetics, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue and Vogue.

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Dwyane Wade Rocks Expensive Doggie Man Purse Because Fashion

Here’s Dwyane Wade taking a very expensive doggie for a walk … a canine-shaped designer man bag and it costs a FORTUNE!! Yes, this is fashion now … and the designer is Thom Browne (who also makes man bags in the shape of penguins, turtles, whales,…

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Fourth of July Fashion: A Subtler Salute to America

Heck, you’re as patriotic as the next guy, but that doesn’t mean you’ve got to sport a star-spangled outfit with USA emblazoned across the chest this weekend, or worse, dress like this. There are much subtler and more stylish ways to show your

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Robert Geller To Launch a Contemporary Line Called Gustav von Aschenbach at New York Fashion Week: Men’s

Geller’s main line will not be shown to press during New York Fashion Week: Men’s. Instead, it will be revealed during the delivery window, under a see-now, buy-now activation. 

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Molly Goddard Puts on ‘Fashion in Motion’ Show at the V&A

MOLLY’S WORLD: British designer Molly Goddard staged a show at the V&A’s newly opened Sainsbury Gallery — and took the opportunity to introduce pieces from her first pre-collection — as part of the museum’s ongoing Fashion in Motion series.
The range was more wearable than her fantastical main line, with its outsized proportions and sweeps of tulle. They also featured more pattern, from floral prints to tartan ones.
Goddard said the pre-collection was also inspired “by all the bit I love from the V&A’s collection, from embroidery to 17th-century underwear and a section on punk.”
It was the first show that Goddard hosted outside the official fashion week calendar. The Fashion in Motion series is for members of the public and the lines to enter Goddard’s show wound all the way around the museum.
“We made a lot of effort to make the show really special — it’s the biggest one we’ve ever done. It’s great not to have the pressure to produce things that are on-trend or seasonal,” said the designer, adding that she and her sister Alice had fun picking our their favorite designs.
She said their selection included some the “most ridiculous and unwearbale” pieces she has produced. They included a tiered

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At What Price Luxury? On the Hunt for Fast, Fake Fashion in Tbilisi, Georgia

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It’s a gray day in Tbilisi, Georgia, where I am outside of a Dunkin’ Donuts with photographer Tamuna Karumidze and musician Natalie “Tusia” Beridze. Though the air is thick with fog and we are still waking up, there is a shared flicker of excitement to the proceedings: We’re going to Lilo Plaza, a bazaar located on the outskirts of the city. The outdoor shopping center is the ultimate destination for all-things-knockoff, as well as a still-standing symbol of the pursuit of logo-ed luxury goods that saturated the post–Soviet Union in the early ’90s, when the free market filtered in and the ex-USSR was flooded with imported counterfeit designer garb from countries like Turkey and China. It’s the same intoxicated vision of throwback consumerism that runs rampant through today’s red-hot collections from the likes of Gosha Rubchinskiy and Demna Gvasalia of Vetements (and now Balenciaga), who are from Russia and Georgia, respectively, and who are prone to riffing on the ubiquitous logos or the ill-fitting awkwardness of bin-plucked pieces from the era. And just outside of Tbilisi, the bazaar’s little frigid shanties are still stocked with the same fake merchandise and inexpensively crafted paraphernalia of the early ’90s that, in a chic and shinier form, are now dotting runways. It’s the mecca of cheap and tongue in cheek—and we’re ready to make the pilgrimage. We hail a cab, and 20 minutes later we’re there.

Upon approach, it’s clear that Lilo Plaza’s massive marketplace is actually a mass of sheet-metal lean-tos, intersected by weaving dirt paths filled with furry-browed Azeri men in puffer jackets who chew on wet cigarettes, the piled-up sacks of recent shipments, and elderly women who tug along heavy carts of coffee and call out “khachapuri,” the name of the cheesy baked bread that’s a local delicacy. We enter the first section of stalls, where Enya is playing from a booth filled with only radios, to find a mix of household supplies and women’s accessories: Belts and lamps hang near bedsheets, shower nozzles, briefcases, a box of red slippers that say “sport,” and pocket knives. The three of us are giddy in this near-claustrophobic mass barrage of stuff: There’s a wave of BOGO impulse, and I suddenly want to snap up a sink spout and light switch, just because they’re there and they’re so cheap. But off we go: We peer into a hutch selling only wallets slathered in rhinestones or in shiny, printed snakeskin that is already shedding; around the corner is a booth that contains only corded house phones and digital clocks, where the only indicator that we are in 2015 is a LED sign that reads “Internet.” Further down, we reach an area filled with bloated stuffed animals dyed in saccharine shades of baby pink and lilac. Tusia looks at the toys and mentions she may want to buy a pair of tights for her 2-year-old daughter. We’re off to the clothing section.

The apparel area is the cheerful pinnacle of bad taste: A strung-out logomania haven where children-size dolls are dressed in sequined mini  “Chanel” tracksuits and hung by their hair from the ceiling and headless mannequins adorn the entrance nearby in sweatshirts by “Tommy Hilfiger” and “Nike.” The quality of the pieces is about what you’d expect for the price range, which means they feel like they might fall apart if exposed to the elements, and their design seems to be inspired less by any actual high fashion or runway references and more a rough approximation of luxury, where everything expensive is shiny, sparkly, or covered in (faux) fur. In the name of investigative reporting, I buy a pure white mock-neck sweater emblazoned with a black “Chanel” logo in the middle of the chest for 40 lari, or a little more than 16 American dollars. Against my better judgment, and likely to the chagrin of the Chanel legal department, I’m slightly elated with this painfully fake purchase: I don’t feel bad about the counterfeit couture, because it seems so entirely obvious that no one would think for even half a second that this was real. It feels a little like an in-joke, but I’m not entirely sure at whose expense. The storekeeper tells me in Russian that it “fits super” and tries to sell me a shirt that is plastered with an illustration of a model in a leopard-print dress and the phrase “Miss Vog’ue.” I catch up with Tamuna, who is photographing Tusia in a boxy top emblazoned in the “Moschino” logo that’s not that far off from some of Jeremy Scott’s recent runway hits.

We stop for a cup of sugar-drizzled Turkish coffee and make our way over to the footwear section, where we poke and prod the floral-print platform boots whose rubber soles reek of chemicals and find some sneakers that have “Adidas” misspelled on their tongues. I strike a pose next to a rack of rubber children’s “Gucci” boots in my new “Chanel” shirt, one of many Westernized bullies who have made fun of the easy-access fakes here today. And then Tusia spots a pair of woven gray and black sneakers on the wall. “Oh, my God—Yeezys!” she screams in Georgian at the pair of imitation Yeezy Boost 350s. “I was looking online; they are like 600 dollars!” There are no more knockoff jokes. We head to an ATM and return with a stack of 80 laris, around 30 American dollars. Tusia slips the bootleg Yeezys onto her feet and smiles, and for a moment, they almost look real.

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Fashion Blogger’s Bizarre Beauty Secret: Sperm Facials (NSFW)

A skin care treatment being promoted by a British model-turned-fashion blogger is rubbing some experts the wrong way.

Her secret: A daily dose of semen smeared on her face.

Tracy Kiss, a former glamor model with two kids, was looking for ways to ease her rosacea, a condition that causes the face to redden, often producing pus-filled bumps, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Kiss may love sperm facials, but dermatologists are strongly against her bodily fluid beauty regimen.

Kiss came about the method after a beautician suggested an acid facial for her rosacea.

The 28-year-old decided to try more natural skincare methods instead.

“Semen builds babies, they come out very soft and have beautiful skin, and it leaves my skin nice and soft, so I’m very happy to use this as a facial,” she said, according to the Mirror. 

“It feels like a face pack that pulls the skin inwards, it feels so glossy to wipe it off. It’s like having a kind of oil on the face or a wax where it just glides beautifully against the water. It’s so cooling and soothing.”

Kiss isn’t the first person to sing the praises of sperm facials.

In 2013, when TMZ asked actress Heather Locklear for anti-aging secrets, she replied,

“You just put semen on your face.”

Former Cosmopolitan magazine editor, Helen Gurley Brown, also swore by the “semen facial” in her memoir, “I’m Wild Again.”

“Spread semen over your face,” she advised. “[It’s] probably full of protein as sperm can eventually become babies.”

Dr. Lynne Haven, a dermatologist in Greenwich, Connecticut, hopes the semen facial doesn’t catch on with others.

“I’ve never seen any evidence of benefits, and there are several areas of concern,” she told The Huffington Post. “Sexually transmitted diseases, like herpes, HIV and others could be transmitted, and there are many other better treatments for rosacea.”

San Diego-based dermatologist Dr. Fred Shahan is also dubious of sperm facials.

“Semen does have protein, but rosacea is related to hair follicles,” he told HuffPost. “I don’t see any basis for this working.”

WATCH: Tracy Kiss demonstrates her semen facial:

Kiss admits getting the semen needed for her daily dose can also be a sticking point.

That’s why she recommends a person invest “in a reliable male with a healthy diet and stamina to ensure a plentiful supply, perhaps a boyfriend, husband or, in my case, a health-conscious friend” before beginning the treatment.

She explains in more detail on her blog:

“Whoever you choose to provide a donation, it is important that you use the same caution you would around all bodily fluids, always ensure that they have had a sexual health check and are eating clean and nutritious food a few days before instead of smoking, drinking and binging on junk, or the quality will suffer.

“I would never condone using anonymous semen, and in no way encourage this to become a sexual act. I am simply looking at this from the angle of beauty. You have to strip away the shock-horror of the ingredients and any preconception of how it may feel, smell or look and base it solely on what it does.”

Although most of the dermatologists interviewed don’t believe Kiss’ sperm facial has much medical merit, she gets grudging support from at least one.

Dr. Tess Mauricio,southern California-based skin doctor, said semen does contain a protease — that’s what helps sperm break through eggs in order to conceive — so it may also have a chemical or enzymatic effect on human skin.

“It may make the skin feel softer and smoother, but the evidence is all anecdotal,” she told HuffPost. ”There are more cosmetically acceptable products that can achieve similar results.”

New York-based dermatologist Dr. Tabasum Mir concedes that some people may want to give themselves a natural facial, but said semen doesn’t really have enough bang to do the job.

“The amount of protein in seminal fluid is small. You’d be better off using egg whites,” she told HuffPost. “Plus, sperm has urea — which is basically pee — and testosterone, which causes breakouts.” 

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Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show: Highlights From Past Years

This year marks the 20th anniversary of itty bitty bras, full fur wings and a surplus of models. Here are some of the most memorable moments in Victoria’s Secret history.

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ModCloth Taps Lizz Wasserman as First Fashion Director

ModCloth, the retro-minded e-tailer that in January brought on Matt Kaness as chief executive officer, has just hired its first fashion director.
Lizz Wasserman, who is based in Los Angeles and will work out of ModCloth’s office there, will report to Kaness and co-founder and chief creative officer Susan Koger, who are both based in the brand’s San Francisco headquarters. Wasserman will create seasonal collections for ModCloth’s line of branded apparel, which was introduced in August.
Wasserman, who studied sociology at the University of Wisconsin, has spent time at brands like Free People and Urban Outfitters, and was most recently Global Creative Director at 20th Century Fox Film.
“Her expertise will be invaluable as we grow our namesake label into a true ‘collection’ of high-quality pieces that are joyous, whimsical and make you feel your best,” Koger said.
Wasserman said that she was drawn to ModCloth’s supportive community and its vintage DNA, and described her aesthetic as “simpler silhouettes in beautiful prints and easy fabrics, with standout pieces.”
In this newly created role, Wasserman will “have an immediate impact on our product narratives, visual concepts and overall brand storytelling,” said Kaness, who also spent time at Urban Outfitters (although the two did not work there

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Nick Knight to Receive British Fashion Award

KNIGHT’S SHINING ACCOLADE: The British Fashion Council will honor Nick Knight with the Isabella Blow Award For Fashion Creator at the British Fashion Awards later this month.
Knight will receive his award for his work as a fashion and documentary photographer. From the publication of his first book, “Skinheads,” published by Omnibus Press in 1982, Knight went on to collaborate with fashion designers including Alexander McQueen, John Galliano and Yohji Yamamoto and an advertising clientele that includes Calvin Klein, Christian Dior, Lancôme, Swarovski, Tom Ford and Yves Saint Laurent. He has worked with a number of editorials for publications including Another Magazine, i-D, Vogue, V and W. Knight launched SHOWstudio in 2000 as a digital platform for fashion film in November 2000 and has worked with a plethora of filmmakers, artists, writers and figures. He has directed award-winning videos for Bjork, Lady Gaga and Kanye West. Knight’s work has been exhibited at the International Center of Photography, the Gagosian Gallery, Tate Modern and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Named after the late British fashion editor, the Isabella Blow Award For Fashion Creator honors a British stylist, makeup artist, photographer, art director or producer. The annual event will take place at the London Coliseum on Nov. 23.
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For the top bodies in the industry, nothing beats the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show—and with stakes that high, models Gigi Hadid, Constance Jablonski, and Alessandra Ambrosio are doubling down at the gym. With barely 24 hours to go before showtime, what does it take to put the final touches on a near-perfect physique? For starters, it doesn’t involve an elliptical machine. Instead, Angels-in-training are toning up with unconventional workouts like boxing, aerial acrobatics, ballet, and rope-climbing, and posting their supercharged routines on Instagram. Ahead of tomorrow’s show (which airs on CBS December 8), here’s how a few of our favorite faces are prepping for the runway.

 

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Kanye West Unveils Making Of Yeezy Season 2 Fashion Line With Silent Film

Kanye West‘s Yeezy Season 2 fashion line was formally introduced to the world via a silent film that not only showed off the Chicago superstar’s creative vision, but also the work that goes on behind the scenes. Although the line has been teased since last month, the film gives fans a first peek at the exclusive creations.

The silent film was posted on the recently ressurected Yeezy.Supply site, and it is exactly what one could expect from a Kanye West production. The lack of sound makes the images flashing on screen compelling. The film shows the workers furiously stitching and putting together the line under West’s stern supervision.

There’s no forwarding or rewinding of the film, so once you hit up the page you have to commit.

You can watch Kanye West’s reveal of the Yeezy Season 2 fashion line here.

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Philippines Fashion Meets Tokyo RTW Spring 2016

This season marked the first time that designers from the Philippines presented their collections during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tokyo. While each of the three brands’ offerings varied greatly, common themes were sustainable materials and inspiration from the natural world.
 
It’s rare for an accessory brand to be capable of standing alone in a runway show, but Ken Samudio’s pieces were bold enough to pull focus away from any clothes his models were wearing. The former marine biologist and college professor presented multidimensional statement necklaces, cuffs and clutches made from recycled plastic drink bottles to mimic coral reefs and creatures of the sea.
 
Also inspired by sea life, John Herrera’s collection focused on bioluminescence, the phenomenon that makes some underwater creatures glow in the dark. Black minidresses trimmed in bright orange and green ruffles shared the runway with several all-black pieces, such as a floor-length coat and a series of ponchos. Body-hugging dresses with supersheer panels left very little to the imagination, creating a sexiness that at times felt forced.
 
Renan Pacson showed black and white streetwear with Escher-inspired geometric prints. He used high-tech fabrics such as mesh, jersey and a metallic bronze bonded-plastic material to create lightweight sleeveless tops, hooded coats, pants and

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Centre for Fashion Enterprise Takes on Israeli, Turkish Talents

CLUB MED: London’s Centre for Fashion Enterprise, a fashion-business incubator, is looking to the greater Mediterranean region for a new generation of talent.
In partnership with the European Union, the CFE will be offering residencies to two fashion labels, Muslin Brothers from Israel and Bashaques from Turkey. The designers will move to London in November.
The program offers an opportunity for designers who have been in business for a minimum of two years to receive support from the CFE and extend their networks with key contacts in the U.K. that will eventually benefit their businesses in their home countries.
In total, the CFE will invite four young designers from across the Mediterranean to spend up to six months in residence.
The program includes studio space at CFE incubator in East London; business support delivered through workshops and one-to-one meetings with fashion business experts; accommodation in residential premises in London; material and travel costs.
“Fashion has no borders,” said Wendy Malem, director of the CFE. “We believe that fashion is influenced by diversity, culture and society, which drives our insatiable appetite for new ideas. For this reason we have invited some ‘new voices’ to London, talented designers from Mediterranean countries who will take up a six-month

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Shanghai Fashion Week Showcases Chinese Design Talent

Shanghai Fashion Week kicked off October 13 with a roster of increasingly consistent designers from China showing spring collections. Along with the rise of an independent design culture in the country, a change in both the retail mind-set and consumer desires has simultaneously increased the number of stores and boutiques willing to take a chance on local talent.
A few short years ago, a very different crowd populated the fashion week tents located in the city’s upmarket shopping district, Xintiandi. Today, buyers from across China — as well as some from overseas — are joining media and other industry players. The event’s higher profile is also in evident outside the tents, where interested onlookers peruse the parade of street style and scalpers sell tickets to the shows.
Here are some highlights from the spring 2016 collections.
Fake Natoo: Beijing-born Zhang Na showed a breezy, casual Fake Natoo collection for spring, opening her show with a series of white cotton shirts, trousers and shirtdresses — worn loose and sometimes layered. While the lineup lacked the drama and gravitas of her fall outing, slinky full-length silk dresses and wide-leg jumpsuits hanging from barely-there crisscross spaghetti straps were a highlight.
The designer also increased her use of prints

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Daniel Bohbot’s Hale Bob Collection Elevates LA Fashion Week

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Daniel Bohbot premiered his Hale Bob 2016 spring/summer collection earning rave reviews in what is earning its place as a fashion capital — Los Angeles. His women’s line was breaking at the seams with multihued prints evoking the lifestyle of Beverly Hills’ well-traveled and well-sunned elite. Both beautiful and practical, he utilized cotton and silk, his fabric of choice, to design garments to be worn comfortably during Los Angeles’ sweltering summers. He is a genuine artist and the king of prints.

I have always been attracted to artists, and especially to artwork and special design. We started working with different studios around the world. I bought prints of artwork and hung certain elements to make it a Hale Bob print.

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This season’s prints were based on everything from Moroccan tiles, jungle leaves, tropical florals, animal prints, boho-chic, paisley scarves and ornamental medallions.

Putting out an astonishing 12 lines a year, Hale Bob is always adjusting to the aspirations of its consumers, providing them not with what they want but with what they never knew they needed.

Hale Bob was conceived in 2001 as a result of what Bohbot perceived to be a gap in the LA fashion women’s market. Dominated by jeans, he saw a need for tops to compliment them. For the first five years, this was his exclusive focus.

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The line expanded in 2006 to produce dresses, bottoms, shoes, swimwear, bags, scarves, and luggage. Continuing its evolution, he will begin offering a full line of accessories comprised of bags, suitcases and shoes in 2016. Also in the works are scented candles and a fragrance. In the future, he plans to release a men’s line.

The epitome of a globalized citizen, Bohbot was born in Morocco, trained in France, and now lives in Los Angeles. He started off his career in fashion importing American lines into France. One of the fashion lines, Bisou Bisou, belonged to his brother Marc Bohbot and sister-in-law Michele Bohbot.

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All hand-beading and fabric treatments are done in Bohbot’s Los Angeles studio with each garment displaying its own unique, made-in-America style but inspired by the world heritage. 

Hale Bob, available at Bloomingdales, has become the go-to choice for celebrities Amal Clooney, Sofia Vergara, Eva Longoria, Heidi Klum, Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek, Halle Berry and Cindy Crawford.

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His Hale Bob Los Angeles 2016 spring/summer Collection show on Oct. 8 was attended by Shaun Robinson (Former Access Hollywood Host), Toks Olagundoye (Castle and Neighbors), Meagan Tandy (Teen Wolf and Survivor’s Remorse), Ariane Adrew (Total Divas WWE), and JET favorite Tichina Arnold (Survivor’s Remorse, Everybody Hates Chris, Martin).

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Photo: Tichina Arnold (Survivor’s Remorse, Everybody Hates Chris, Martin) and Jeremy Bamidele
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Fashion Hong Kong RTW Spring 2016

Sponsored by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, this group show brought together the collections of five brands in a bid to boost their exposure in Japan.
 
Highlights included Polly Ho’s label Loom Loop, which went on a playful romp with colorful tunics and bird-print leggings accessorized with paper crowns; Lulu Cheung, who showed chic, ladylike looks such as a sleeveless yellow top made from fluttering fabric petals and slim cigarette pants; and Kathy Lam Studio, which offered pretty dresses, including a pleated floral number.
 
Chailie Ho presented frothy and somewhat dated-looking chiffon eveningwear as well as a sequence of items — including a body-hugging dress for her and pants for him — in a Lisa Frank-style unicorn print. On the zanier side, Koyo designer Koyo William applied abstract swirl prints onto a men’s jumpsuit and a sheer dress, with kooky makeshift moon boots rounding out his styling.

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J.W. Anderson Leads Nominees for British Fashion Awards

LONDON — The British Fashion Awards will take place on Nov. 23 at the London Coliseum, and the nominees have been announced.
J.W. Anderson has been nominated in both the women’s wear and men’s wear designer categories. The label joins fellow candidates Christopher Kane and Victoria Beckham in women’s wear and E. Tautz and Tom Ford in men’s wear.
Charlotte Olympia, Sophia Webster and Tabitha Simmons will compete for the accessory award.
Alexander McQueen, Anya Hindmarch, Burberry and Stella McCartney are up for the brand prize, while Céline, Burberry and Givenchy will compete for the creative campaign award.
In the emerging women’s wear category, Faustine Steinmetz, Molly Goddard and Thomas Tait are all contenders while Astrid Andersen, Grace Wales Bonner and Mr. Hare are up for the emerging men’s wear accolade.
Additional awards on the night will be bestowed for emerging accessories designer; new establishment designer; establishment designer; red carpet, and model. The British Fashion Council will also award its BFC outstanding achievement, British style international designer and the Isabella Blow award for fashion creator on the night.
Headline sponsors include Swarovski, MAC, Toni & Guy, Marks & Spencer, Mercedes Benz and St. Martins Lane Hotel. The BFC’s judging panel was comprised of more than 800 fashion

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Latin America Steps Up Support for Local Fashion Weeks

MANAGUA, Nicaragua — Camila Ortega, the daughter of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, launched Nicaragua Disena in 2011 to help promote the country’s poor yet talented emerging designers. But what started as a pet project has become a growing event drawing 12,000 people, providing regional designers with a promotion platform and attracting international design schools.
The event’s popularity (the government was said to invest $ 100,000 in the 2015 edition that closed last weekend) comes as other fashion weeks are mushrooming in Central America, with Panama and Costa Rica hosting large events under the Mercedes-Benz banner and El Salvador and Guatemala developing their own iterations.
“We want to bring this to a higher level and become the leading design platform in Central America,” said Ortega, 27. As Nicaragua Design director, Ortega has a modeling hobby and walked several runways in a 30-piece lineup, including local designers Shantall Lacayo and Erick Bendana, as well as Argentina’s Paula Tierra and Venezuela’s Carmela Osorio.
While the event will remain a fashion design platform, it will also seek to promote talent in other areas, including interior design, film, craftsmanship and arts, Ortega said. This year there were 88 designers and 75 stands, compared with 75 and 50, respectively, in 2014.
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The race is officially back on. Fashion month is long gone—or rather, over by just a few days—and the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition has kicked back into high gear. Earlier tonight at the One World Trade Center gallery, perched high above the city, designers mingled with a glittering array of A-listers for a cocktail party hosted by Diane von Furstenberg and Anna Wintour in celebration of the Fashion Fund Design Challenge underwritten by Fossil. Each candidate in this year’s class was challenged to come up with a design appropriate for a cultural event on the fall calendar, an endeavor that proved to be both fun and enlightening.

“It got us thinking about movement and something that could be for cocktail,” said Baja East’s Scott Studenberg and John Targon of their ensemble inspired by the New York City Ballet’s fall gala. “We referenced a lot of choreographers,” explained the duo of their cream-on-cream tonal look sported by NYCB principal dancer Sara Mearns.

Twirling among the nominees were a slew of previous CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund contestants, including Paul Andrew, Jennifer Fisher, Prabal Gurung, and the Orley trio. Having gone through the process, did they have any words of wisdom? “Take a deep breath and enjoy it because you miss it when it’s over,” said Irene Neuwirth in a Rosie Assoulin jumpsuit punctuated with her own jewelry. That sentiment was echoed by fellow jewelry designer Monique Péan, who said, “Have fun! It’s an incredible experience.”

Also taking in the designs were style-setters including Danai Gurira, whose play Eclipsed is currently at the Public Theater’s LuEsther Hall; Alexa Chung; and Cush Jumbo, who’s currently in New York filming The Good Wife and enjoying autumn in the city. “I love the in-between phase [of fall],” beamed Jumbo in Michael Kors and Chanel. “It’s my favorite time for experimenting. I’ll be layering up some Giambattista Valli with Michael Kors to set.”

Chung, who was photographed alongside former finalist Pamela Love of the 2011 competition, offered up some words of wisdom she learned from another It Brit, designer Erdem Moralioglu. “I once asked Erdem, because I was thinking of starting my own thing, and his words to me were to not deviate from yourself and trust your instincts.”

Jonathan Simkhai’s blush strapless dress elegantly wrapped around his date, Wallis Currie-Wood. “I love corsets!” exclaimed the actress, who was also joined by her Tony-winning beau, Alex Sharp. “It rekindles that old-world glamour and makes you feel both sexy and womanly, but also modest and comfortable in your own skin.” Simkhai agreed, adding that the competition has forced him to “come up with different ideas and go outside the box.”

As Eva Zuckerman, Brett Heyman, Ryan Roche, and countless other CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund alums chatted with the present class, all were talking about The Fashion Fund’s move to Amazon. “They get Amazon, which is an amazing medium!” exclaimed Veronica Miele Beard, adding that this year’s contestants should “use it to their greatest advantage. It’s everywhere.”

One place the all-reaching network might not have been was the Black Rock Desert in Nevada for Burning Man, which is where contestant Thaddeus O’Neil landed for his challenge. “I had to go to Burning Man even though it was the week of my women’s Spring show,” joked O’Neil, adding, “It was an adventure I had to take.” So how did the designer interpret the experience? Through a bevy of color, print, and texture on his model, the artist and poet Cleo Wade. “It was a natural fit,” said O’Neil of his date. “Anyone that loves words the way she does, I have an immediate affinity for them.”

With the competition heading out West next week to present their looks in a group fashion show, does the perennially sun-kissed designer have any plans outside of the competition? “To go surfing with my friends out in Malibu.” It seems as if O’Neil might have the right idea, because as Zuckerman says: “The worst of it is over and the best is yet to come.”

 

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BALENCIAGA ACT: Mytheresa.com has teamed with Balenciaga to poke fun at the glamour, exaggeration — and irony — endemic in the industry with a short film to be released on Sunday.
“Une Incroyable Excuse,” is a two-minute short featuring three young French Ladies Who Lunch, and the shocking discovery one of them makes when she opens her handbag to look for her car keys. The short, written and directed by Danny Sangra and filmed on location at Caviar Kaspia in Paris, is the e-tailer’s first fashion film project. The film makes its debut on Showstudio.com on Sunday, and will be posted later in the week on the Mytheresa.com Web site.
The three main characters wear exclusive looks from the Balenciaga fall runway collection, which are available to buy on Mytheresa.com.
Justin O’Shea, the site’s buying director, said one of his favorite movie lines is “Why so serious?” spoken by Heath Ledger’s Joker character in “The Dark Knight,” and he wanted to create something with a sense of humor. “The line has probably never been referenced in a fashion quote,” said O’Shea.
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LA Fashion Week’s Bold, Seductive, Sexy Start

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Sue Wong’s Alchemy & Masquerade 2016 line

Los Angeles Fashion Week launched on Monday, October 5th, with Arts Hearts Fashion showcasing over 30 designers at the runway at Taglyan Complex in Hollywood. It was a week of sexy artistry and provocative showmanship, showcasing new lines from established as well as break-out designers. Sue Wong, Nicole Miller, Amato Haute Couture, Gregorio Sanchez, Mister Triple X, Koco Blaq, Isabella Couture, Amren Tulano, House of Li-Jon, Michael Ngo Couture and many more.

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Opening night designer Sue Wong dazzled the invitation-only standing-room crowd with a breathtaking 79 look show of her 2016 Alchemy & Masquerade runway collection of intricately adorned gowns topped with soaring headpieces. The sexy, bold styles rocked the runway shifting between elegant and outrageous, in classical Sue Wong style, straddling the line between couture and wearables, all with dramatic red carpet panache. Starting with black and silver themes, in silk, lace, chiffon and ornate sequined and beading, the luxurious styles alternated from strapless gowns with exotic patterning to evening wear, cocktail dresses, a kaleidoscope of hues shifted through the show until wedding gowns and formal attire ended the evening, continuing to defy expectations with a mythic royal grace, and earthy goddess attraction.

As always Sue Wong brought in additional artists to augment her designs with Jewelry and headdresses that delighted and were extraordinary, including 31 headdresses credited to Maritza Regalado of Atzi designs who confessed to me the theatrical nature of such an ambitious show had its dangerous moments. Backstage during the event drastic re-shaping of some of her head piece designs almost happened when last minute adjustments were required due to model’s head sizes or hair designs that were unexpected. Fortunately for all, the back stage teams kept everything in perfect order as the models hit the runway and every design remain intact.

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Sue Wong

Sue Wong’s show was introduced by British actor Max Ryan of “Sex and the City”. And she received a pre-show honor from the the California State Assembly with a special recognition award in honor of her excellence in Fashion across the world. “I’m getting so many awards lately,” she said, “you’d think my career is winding down, but I’m happy to announce it’s just revving up!” she said to applause holding a framed plaque from the city. Her show ended with a performance by her friend pop opera star Michael Peer, who sang the signature song from Phantom of the Opera. Sue Wong continues to show her powerful artistry has perfected the balance between theatrical red carpet wear and artistic form fitting designs, with a career command of her craft unparalleled by many designers.

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Giorgio Sanchez

Gregorio Sanchez showed a sophisticated line full of vibrant colors, classy and following the ethnic Mexican touch of his previous collections, linen silk, chiffon, silk and hand embroidered.

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House of LiJon

House of Li-Jon: once again impressed with striking metal and Swarovski crystal creations, which are intricately woven ring by ring to achieve graphic patters and art designs. Her shows last year with her intricate designs were stunning, and this year continues that work with her theme; “Armored and Dangerous”, ready for war or peace if you mumur the right words to her sultry warriors as she takes fashion to the battle fields with a modern stance in the ‘Art of Chainmaille’.

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Noa Designs 2016 line designed by Noa Sorell

Tuesday brought an extraordinary turn as Noa Sorrell, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma last January at the age of 11, was granted an extraordinary wish from “Make a Wish Foundation” and Arts Heart Fashion, and brought her fashion designs to life on the LAFW runway. An extraordinary story, but while undergoing three months of chemotherapy she found she had a lot of time on her hands, and began drawing and designing clothes in bright colors because it cheered her up. Returning to the sewing her grandmother had taught her, she began to create the clothes in her imagination. She reached out to Make A Wish, and Noah opened up Tuesday’s show with her own collection of childrenswear, an impressive and spectacular feat; “Noa Designs”. She says; “I have worked very hard on a spring collection that that celebrates life with warm lively colors that can make anyone smile. No matter how grey you feel inside. I hope you enjoy it!”

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Noa Designs 2016

Noa’s collection opened the Kidswear show, October 7th, a fan favorite which last season drew in celebrity 50-Cent to support his young son Sire’s debut on the runway. Art Hearts Fashion has granted several wishes for Make-A-Wish kids during shows in LA, NY, and Miami highlighting the two producer’s (Erin and Sarah Whitaker) commitment not just to emerging talent, but of working with many charitable organizations.

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Nicole Miller 2016

Nicole Miller, another fashion heavy weight, delighted on Wednesday with her spring line, a powerful collection of colorful, body conscious women’s clothing, from evening wear to cocktail and wedding dresses. Playing with textures and earth tones, and a self professed fabric junkie, Miller’s new designs were eye catching and sleek while remaining feminine. Best known for her timeless yet form-flattering dresses, Nicole Miller draws inspiration from both sides of the pond, as she studied at the Rhode Island Schol of Design as well as l’Ecole de la chamber Syndicale de la Haute couture Parisienne. Her progressive style of clothing has been worn by celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Joss Stone, Jennifer Aniston, Beyoncé, Blake Lively and Eva Longoria among others. Her designs have forged a legacy in the fashion world, and always remain sexy as well as aesthetic. Her line is most notable for being so ready to wear.

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Stello “Hotel California” 2016 line

Stello (formerly MTCostello) followed with a wild, bodacious boundry breaking line called “Hotel California” celebrating the body and dangerous liasons. The new “Hotel California” collections falls under the glamorous spell of Hollywood, while flirting with the dangerous rock’n’roll lifestyle. A beautiful guitarist in a black full length leather gown rocked a solo performance as models displayed designs that were daring full length evening wear, to sexy playful cocktail and bedroom attire, to couture that was more suggestions of clothes, ever defying the audience’s expectations.

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Mister Triple X Vortex 2016

Mister Triple X had two appearances, the Vortex swim/resort collection, with daring prints with metallic accents, and brought an exciting retro spin with his signature edge. And “One Rose”, which was a more sophisticated expression of his aesthetic. Bold prints, and audacious cuts with metallic accents took the concept of sleek and racy into a high fashion expression. Erik Rosete who designs Mister Triple X is also the founder of Arts Hearts Fashion.

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Erik Rosete designer of Mr. Triple X shown here with One Rose 2016 line

After extremely successful shows for New York Fashion Week, Art Hearts Fashion hit the ground running in LA, leading Fashion Week with an impressive 4-day marathon of runway shows, art installations, and a Betsy Johnson installation celebrating her 50th year.

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London’s Fashion and Textile Museum Celebrates Liberty’s 140th Anniversary With the Exhibition “Liberty in Fashion”

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Rewind to London, 1875. The style of the moment favored bright aniline-dyed gowns whose rigidity required mechanical nips and tucks through corsetry. But then, as now, trends change, and eventually the fashion pendulum swung back the other way. Among those who welcomed the change were the Aesthetes, an alternative set of 19th-century Londoners who valued art for art’s sake. Fixtures of the movement included Oscar Wilde, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, and the Pre-Raphaelites, with London-based Liberty at the forefront of Aesthetic dress.

While Liberty is an apt name for a label whose followers were thought to be liberated from the cult of fashion, it also happened to be the surname of Arthur Lasenby Liberty, who founded the company in 1875. Subscribing to Arts and Crafts principles, Liberty designs flouted tight lacing and the trickery of naturalistic patterns in favor of free-flowing gowns and textiles printed in flat patterns and rendered in two-dimensional repeats. The brand became famous for Japonisme-inspired prints of peacock feathers and sunflowers in muted colors borrowed from nature.

This year marks the 140th anniversary of the storied house, which has kept up with the times via ties to fashion designers including Paul Poiret, Mary Quant, Jean Muir, Yves Saint Laurent, and Vivienne Westwood. Beloved today for its ditzy floral prints, the quintessentially British brand is the subject of the exhibition “Liberty in Fashion,” opening this weekend at London’s Fashion and Textile Museum.

Above, we celebrate 140 years of the label with a look back at Liberty’s best and brightest moments in Vogue.

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Janelle Monae’s Paris Fashion Week Hair Owns Our Best Beauty List

Paris Fashion Week Spring 2016 was filled with major moments, including the scenic airport-themed Chanel show to the mini “Game of Thrones” reunion with Emilia Clarke and Jason Momoa. But we believe Janelle Monae’s many, many hairstyles stole the spotlight. 

The “Yoga” singer was spotted out and about wearing different hairdos to accentuate what she described to Vogue as her “growing, evolving” style. Having worked with Monae since her debut studio album “The ArchAndroid” in 2010, celebrity hairstylist Caprice Green told The Huffington Post that the two always “start out with some sort of game plan” when discussing hairstyle for Fashion Week. “However, it doesn’t always go as planned,” said Green. “The clothes from the designers sort of determined the look each day.”

From her signature pompadour topped with a cherry-red Kristina Dragomir heart cap to a beautiful beehive adorned with Chanel accessories, Monae and her hairstylist have pushed the boundaries on what’s considered to be “natural hair.”

Scroll down to see Monae’s hairstyles from Paris Fashion Week and to learn what Green considered when creating each look.


 
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The Most Stunning Flowers of Fashion Month

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Flowers? For spring? Well, maybe not groundbreaking. But when the flowers are for the Spring 2016 collections, they tend to be of note. Looking back at fashion month in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, stunning blooms popped up at dinners, after-parties, and shows: There were artful installations at Erdem Moralioglu’s Green Carpet Challenge event, rustic arrangements at The Row’s presentation dinner inside a French château, and let’s not forget the enormous man-made hill covered in 400,000 delphiniums that housed the Dior show. While everyone must wait to wear their favorite pieces from the runway, these 14 standout designs can be replicated right away . . . though the Dior hill might take some doing.

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Brands Eye Fashion Bloggers to Form Genuine Partnerships

As their influence grows, bloggers such as ones from The Blonde Salad to Gary Pepper are increasingly present at recent fashion shows. And designer brands are taking note by forming year-round partnership deals with them.
The fashion bloggers are paid via affiliate marketing arrangements with the brands, which — in simple terms — involves technology platforms that pay the bloggers a commission each time they refer to a brand or retail site.
And it is big business. Forrester Research expects spending on affiliate marketing to reach $ 4.5 billion in 2016.
But it is a tricky endeavor — coming at a time when the fashion industry seems to be seeking a transformation — that requires a high-degree of authenticity between the blogger and the brand, according to bloggers, who add that readers are keen enough to know when a writer is touting a brand just to make a buck versus truly liking the brand or product.
“Followers are smart and it is important to work with brands that [bloggers] truly believe in,” said Heidi Nazarudin of theambitionista.com who is also cofounder of Blogger Babes, which is an association of more than 5,000 lifestyle bloggers. “Followers know the difference, so the [content] must be authentic.”
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Twins Are Taking Over the Fashion World: Here’s How to Tell Who’s Who

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With multiple sets of sisters appearing in campaigns or on the catwalk either solo or side by side, model twins are experiencing a major fashion moment. And it’s hard enough to keep track of new faces without those new faces having, well, identical new faces elsewhere. With the Pavlova, Bell, Moosgaard, and Soles girls all making an impact this season, we decided it was high time for an official Vogue.com explainer. Here, your handy guide to modeling’s current crop of doppelgängers.



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Amelie & Cecile Moosgaard, Prada Spring 2016 

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The Moosgaard Twins
Danish newcomers Cecilie and Amalie Moosgaard have been unstoppable since their runway debut at Prada, turning up on the catwalk for Sacai, Sonia Rykiel, and Valentino. While their show list may be comparatively short, the duo have managed to accumulate work with several of the world’s top stylists, including Karl Templer (Sacai and Valentino) and Olivier Rizzo (Prada). Those are the kinds of connections that invariably lead to editorial and campaign work, but for the moment the twins are busy taking plenty of pictures of their own.

Amalie
Instagram: @amaliemoosgaard
Born a few moments earlier, Amalie is the older twin. A lover of interior design, she works part time for Danish home-goods brand House Doctor when she isn’t modeling. In between shows, Amalie has used her time in Paris to shop for books on Saint-Germain-des-Prés and take in local must-sees like Place Vendôme’s luxurious boutiques.

Cecilie
Instagram: @ceciliemoosgaard
After being discovered with her sister on the way back from a family shopping trip in Aarhus, Denmark, Cecilie has come into her own. Whether she’s snapping candid pictures backstage at Prada or zooming in on Paris’s impressive architectural details, Cecilie’s soft-focus images are eclectic and dreamy.



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Odette & Liya Pavlova, Chanel Spring 2016

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The Pavlova Twins
The Pavlovas experienced their breakthrough moments separately last fall, with each snagging a spot in a high-profile show. Lia opened Gucci as an exclusive (becoming an instant favorite of designer Alessandro Michele), while Odette racked up a series of appearances at spring couture, working with Viktor & Rolf and Schiaparelli, before becoming an exclusive for Saint Laurent for Fall 2015. On social media, the twins share a knack for keeping their fans abreast of their latest accomplishments, updating followers with images from each and every show they do, interspersed with behind-the-scenes candids with fellow Russian models like Anabel Krasnotsvetova and Liza Ostanina.

Lia
Instagram: @pavlovalia
A movie buff with a love of independent film, Lia is well versed in the oeuvre of her favorite actor, Jared Leto, citing Requiem for a Dream and Mr. Nobody as her top two movies. Lia even loves the superstar’s band, Thirty Seconds to Mars—and snapped a selfie of herself with Leto and co. backstage at their concert last spring.

Odette
Instagram: @odette.pavlova
Though she’s spent the past few weeks making waves as one of fashion month’s top walkers, Odette always makes time for music, especially for rock bands like Casa Murilo. She also has an appreciation for pop culture classics, as evidenced by her love of David Bowie, Andy Warhol, and the work of starchitect Zaha Hadid.



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Kelsey & Baylee Soles, Vogue Model Casting

The Soles Twins
With their edgy good looks and rock ’n’ roll vibe, the Soles twins have been embraced by designers like Hedi Slimane, who tapped both for an exclusive for Spring 2015. Given their different hair colors—Baylee is dark brown while Kelsey is a dirty blonde—it’s a little easier to tell these two apart, but cut and color aren’t their sole differences. Enrolled in beauty class by their dad after a few too many preteen makeup experiments gone wrong, the Soles were scouted by their instructor, who soon became their mother agent.

Baylee
Instagram: @bayleesoles
A vintage collector with an eye for finding all the right pieces, Baylee shares her favorite items on Instagram but generally keeps mum about where she procures them—lest others tap into her secret wardrobe sources. Where most models keep their social updates image-focused, Baylee’s sense of humor makes her GIF-filled Twitter feed a must-read.

Kelsey
Instagram: @kelseysoles
Thirty seconds older, Kelsey went platinum to differentiate herself from her sister after they were continually mistaken for each other during castings. A fellow vintage fan, she’s amassed an enviable collection of denim bought during her international travels.



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Ruth Bell

Photographed by Phil Oh

The Bell Twins
Instagram: @ruthandmay
The Bell sisters have used this season to distinguish themselves from each other: Emerging on the scene after entering the Elite Model Look U.K. contest back in 2013, which May won. With matching freckled faces and strawberry blonde hair, the Bells were a pair of English roses until Paul Hanlon gave Ruth her signature bleached buzz cut, setting off a chain of events that would lead her to fashion month’s top runways, including Versace, Kenzo, Isabel Marant, and Gucci. May has yet to make her fashion month debut, but given the buzz surrounding Ruth, she’s certain to show up any minute now . . .

Ruth
Instagram: @ruthnotmay
When she isn’t modeling, Ruth is immersing herself in history—particularly where it pertains to geography and African studies. A fan of folksy rock, Ruth listens to bands like Haim while back in her hometown of Deal, but with her love of hiking, rock climbing, and exploration, she is ready for wherever the job will take her.

May
Instagram: @maynotruth
Serious about her studies, May plans on pursuing a career in paramedic science if ever she leaves fashion behind. An avid baker with a skill for crafting healthy sweet treats, May describes herself as the girly girl of the two. While she has yet to hit the Milan and Paris runways, she has kept herself busy, traveling to Iceland and the Seychelles in recent months.

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Everything You Need to Know About Day 9 of Paris Fashion Week

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Fashion Week went out with a bang today with standout shows from Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu. Find all the top stories from those events and more here.

 

1. “What a time to be alive” has become a popular Twitter adage most often employed with sarcasm, but at Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière focused his hawk eyes on the ins and outs of our contemporary era, sending out clothes inspired by and suited for the now. We’re calling his leather jackets, low-slung shorts, and crop tops the ideal pieces for a “digital bohemia.”

 

 

2. Ghesquière’s front row guests were just as enthused with his Spring collection—hear what Michelle Williams, Alicia Vikander, and Miranda Kerr think in our exclusive video.

3. Get to know the new models who walked at Louis Vuitton today, from art student Teddy Quinlivan to brand-new Dominican face Luisana Gonzalez.

4. The fashion world awoke to news this morning that Balenciaga had named a new artistic director of collections: Vetements’s Demna Gvasalia.

 

5. Plaids mixed with tulle mixed with glittering boots at Miu Miu in an expression of moody toughness that only Mrs. Prada could execute.

 

Photographed by Phil Oh

6. The streets of Paris are still running over with street style—see Hanne Gaby Odiele, Tati Cotliar, and more fashion stars in our slideshow.

 

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7. The season ended with a slew of celebrities seated front row. See all their outfits, from Léa Seydoux’s glittering mini to Michelle Williams’s smart trench, here.

 

8. At Moncler Gamme Rouge, models tiptoed through a field of daisies in Giambattista Valli’s latest for the house.

9. You’ve probably noticed Zendaya popping up at the shows in Paris, each time with a stunning outfit to match. We delved deeper into the actress’ style, quick changes, and budding friendship with Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner. “I love seeing young ladies doing their thing!” she proclaims.

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Fashion Magazine Covers Revamped With Rescue Pups Are So Fetch

These chic pups have found their place in the spotlight, but now it’s time to find them a home.

Polish advertising agency Ostrosiostro recreated iconic fashion magazine covers with rescue pups as the featured stars, in a campaign called “Pop psu ta moda.” Using 25 covers from titles including Vogue, Elle and Harper’s Bazaar, the agency hopes to showcase the dogs in a bright and beautiful light, and raise funds to help 16 shelters in the country.

“[Many] campaigns show unwanted, abandoned dogs as sad,” Pawel Cichon, the agency’s founder, told The Huffington Post in an email. “I wanted to tell their story in a very positive and visually appealing way.”

Ostrosiostro promoted the photos on its website, as well as Facebook and Instagram, and will be showcasing prints of the covers at an upcoming fashion show in Warsaw. Since the campaign’s launch in August, about 70 percent of the canine models have found happy homes.

“Fashion and celebrities define beauty,” Cichon said in the campaign’s statement. “We wanted to take a little bit of that and change people’s perspective on shelter animals.”

Scroll through the covers below to check out the fierce canine couture.

 

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Looking at Instagram’s Influence on Fashion as the App Turns 5

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“What is relevant today? Is it need or provocation? Can fashion and theater coexist?” riffed Alber Elbaz backstage at Lanvin this season. Elbaz’s line of questioning feels especially pertinent now, when the need for an Instagram-worthy moment is as important to some brands as a critic’s review or accessories sales. “I can speak straight to my Balmain army, instantly, and I am making fashion for them,” Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing said in this week’s New Yorker. “It is too bad for critics if they cannot understand this, but the truth is now that their critiques do not matter.” Elbaz, for his part, opted to serve both masters, sending out intricately cut and tailored pieces in black and white for the first third of his show, and filling the last two-thirds with some of the sparkliest, most joyous, picture-worthy clothes of the entire season. The popular adage is that Instagram is changing the way we see fashion, turning it into an industry with international appeal and a WME/IMG-backed channel for Apple TV in the works. But the app has done more than change the way we engage with fashion—Instagram is changing clothing itself.

Take a look at the trends people will be talking about now that the shows have wrapped. In one corner, you have the eye-catchers—sequins, glittering embellishments, metallics, logo-mania, feathers—and in the other, the revealers—lingerie dressing, off-the-shoulder cuts, transparent fabrications that reveal the female form underneath gauzy tulle and chiffon. If these ideas sound familiar, it’s because they’re the strategies that Instagram’s most-followed stars employ. There are the eye-catching accounts (Nicki Minaj, et al) and the revealing ones (Rihanna, Kim Kardashian West, and, in some ways, Beyoncé). Fashion’s biggest trends seem to be drawing inspiration not from these women, but from the way these women market their lives on the social platform. (It’s worth noting that the majority of Instagram’s top-followed accounts and most-liked photos come from female-run accounts, only making it more appealing to the fashion world.)

Runway fashion is meant to reflect and react to our contemporary world, and in this way the apparent internalization of Instagram techniques and strategies into fashion seems not only smart but necessary. Still, for the Luddites among us, there’s a question that’s worth asking this season: Where are the clothes that are neither sequined nor see-through? Or rather, what do clothes that aren’t intended to be seen on Instagram or on the red carpet (the Instagram of the Old World) look like?

 



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Céline Spring 2016

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The answer seems to lie, as it frequently tends to, with Phoebe Philo and Céline. Backstage at her Spring 2016 show, Philo spoke of “an escape”—and not the kind you hashtag #ibiza. “It’s about taking her out of urban life and putting her feet on the sand. It’s where I long to be, more and more,” Philo said. “I am somebody who is interested in how clothes make us feel and in how we behave in different places. I thought, If you were traveling for a year, what would you need to take with you?”

Philo’s fashion escapism was realized in a mélange of easy-to-wear pieces. Portrait-necked milkmaid tops with corset boning walked beside ribbed knit midi dresses and proper English tartans redone as oversize trousers and, yes, a few revealing slip dresses. These are clothes that real women will wear—the women you don’t hear about on social media. The good news about Philo’s structured creations is that they’ll pair nicely with the Instagram-friendly glittering and sheer pieces put forth by her peers. Can women really have it all? This season, you can—sparkly, see-through, and starkly real.

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Farfetch Celebrates Brazilian Fashion in Paris

BRAZILIAN BASH: «I’m celebrating them, they are celebrating me — it’s a Brazilian night,» enthused Barbara Casasola at a dinner party hosted by Farfetch and Vogue Brazil, with Alexia Niedzielski as the host, on Sunday night.
Casasola, who shows her ready-to-wear line in London, has designed her very first bag, which will make its debut on Farfetch through the Bluebird boutique at 495 pounds, or $ 750.
«It’s called 1984 — my year of birth. I work a lot with pleats, so I pleated the leather. It’s a cross-body bag, but I like wearing it like this,» she explained, throwing the item over the shoulder.
«We are very supportive of Brazilian designers, being the only online luxury Web site service in Brazil. We have a local customer service, over 100 people working there,» said Farfetch founder José Neves.
Farfetch ships «duties included, in local currency, and in split payments, because Brazilians don’t pay in one go, they pay in installments,» he explained.
Following the online retailer’s foray into the Australian market and with 10 local offices set around the world, Neves says he now has «90 percent of all major e-commerce markets covered, but there is still places to go. Southeast Asia with Malaysia, Thailand and

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Everyhing You Need to Know About Day 6 of Paris Fashion Week

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Kenzo, Céline, McQueen! It was a big day for showgoers in Paris, but you don’t need to be in the City of Light to catch up on the action. Find it all here.

1. Kenzo reimagined Mediterranean classics in the 19th arrondissement this morning, showing gladiator sandals alongside fanny packs and swimtimates—a trend you’ll want to get ahead of now.

2. “I thought, if you were traveling for a year, what would you need to take with you?” mused Phoebe Philo backstage at her Céline show this morning. The answer was everything from a lacy slip to English tartan outerwear to scoop-neck dresses. Every woman will likely name a different favorite among the lineup, but isn’t that the point?

3. With Sade as inspiration, Guido Palau crafted long single braids at Céline, making it the hairstyle to beat this season.

4. You didn’t expect Zendaya to blend in at Paris Fashion Week, did you? See her eye-catching front row style, plus the rest of the week’s celebrity sightings here.

Zendaya at Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear

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5. Roland Mouret is known for his structured body-conscious dresses, so for his 10th anniversary, he returned to the styles that put him on the map, plus added several new silhouettes sure to become just as popular as the originals.

6. It wasn’t only the feminine ruffles and romantic eveningwear Sarah Burton showed at Alexander McQueen that got the fashion world talking—she also sent out a couple of embellished denim looks.

7. If everyone in Paris seemed in a daze today, it might be because they partied a little too hearty at Vogue Paris’s 95th anniversary bash last night. See all the photos here.

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8. From Rihanna to the runway’s top models, find the best snaps outside the shows in Phil Oh’s street-style gallery.

Caroline Issa in a Sacai dress

Photographed by Phil Oh

9. The French might not be known for their manicures, but this nontoxic nail polish has been the talk of the Paris shows. Find out why it’s become the go-to choice for It girls and editors alike.

10. Better learn the name Mathilde Brandi now—the Danish model is about to hit the big time.

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Fashion Pack Gathers for Friday Book Frenzy

LOOKING BOOKISH: If ever there was a doubt that fashion books still have a role to play in the Instagram era, it was quashed last night in Paris as the fashion pack flocked to several launch events for the latest tomes to hit the market.
Colette was the venue for the introduction of “Dior by Avedon” (Rizzoli), written by Justine Picardie and Olivier Saillard, which drew a crowd of guests, including Cressida Bonas, Erin O’Connor, Gaia Repossi, Marisa Berenson and Caroline Vreeland, to the store’s basement.
“Fashion can sometimes seem so transitory, and in a digital age when things disappear in the blink of an eye, to do something that is a physical object like this book, that has real beauty, is also a reminder of how fashion and photography at its greatest can take on the stature of art,” said Picardie, who is editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar U.K. and the author of several books on fashion.
“There’s a modernity, as well, to these images, in the way he took photography and couture out onto the streets,” she continued. “People talk about street style. Well, Avedon was doing street style in his own very individual way 60 years ago.”
“Books are permanent,

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Everything You Need to Know About Day Five of Paris Fashion Week

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1. At Haider Ackermann guests were treated to a rainbow of vibrant colors, from the lemon yellow of loose cargo pants to the sea blue of a velvet blazer.

 

2. “It’s like an explosion at Lauduree!” exclaimed Haider Ackermann of the multicolor Mohawks at his Spring show, which model Aymeline Valade called “more phoenix than parakeet.”

 

3. Buzz cuts and blazers were the heroes of Jonny Johansson’s spring showing at Acne Studios.

 

4. Activism might have been the name of the game at Vivienne Westwood, but you can’t argue with her embellished blazers or bias-cut dresses.

 

5. It’s hard to say which was bigger at Comme des Garçons: the models’ hair or Rei Kawakubo’s plush creations.

 

6. Guillaume Henry sent out his sophomore effort at Nina Ricci. Romy Schneider and ’90s models were his muses.

7. Speaking of the ’90s, Jean Colonna returned to the Paris schedule with some not-so-basic essentials in luxe fabrications.

8. Are nose rings the new engagement rings? Delfina Delettrez’s latest will make you consider the option.

9. The streets of Paris are just as stylish as the runways—find the proof in Phil Oh’s street style pictures.

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The Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Nicki Minaj and More at Fashion Week

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Typically Milan Fashion Week is a serene affair following the frenzy of New York and London—it a time where chic showgoers can even enjoy a leisurely lunch or latte between shows. But as the unremitting stream of our Instagram feed would prove, there was an endless display of color, texture, and OTT fashion behavior in the Italian capital. Nicki Minaj, for one, poured herself into a pink babydoll Givenchy frock to celebrate Givenchy’s Spring 2016 collection; she performed at the A-list affair, and debuted a “pink print” asymmetrical blunt bob for the occasion.

Julia Sarr Jamois was sitting pretty in head-to-toe pink at Gucci, while Rebecca Osei-Baidoo let the fur fly at a market appointment, the buyer wrapping herself up in a Technicolor fur schwarma from Moschino’s Spring 2016 collection. As our favorite follows trickled into Paris, they brought plenty of sartorial drama with them too, what with Sophia Sanchez de Batek packing a Dolce & Gabbana dress peppered with sweet Mother’s Day missives for the ballet, and Michelle Elie enjoying the city’s cafe culture in a full on printed Paco Rabbane. Some things never change.

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Pronovias to Stage First Fashion Show in New York

COMING TO AMERICA: For the first time, Pronovias will stage a New York fashion show, on October 10.
The event at the Park Avenue 583 venue will spotlight the company’s signature collection as well as its Atelier Pronovias label. President and chairman Alberto Palatchi will be on hand, as well as designer Hervé Moreau, who joined the Barcelona-based company in May. The U.S. market is a key one for Pronovias, which has had a Midtown Manhattan store for years. The company caters to brides in more than 105 countries and has become the world’s leader in bridal gowns, with 139 freestanding stores and more than 4,300 points of sale worldwide.
The show is expected to be attended by Whitney Port, Danielle Bernstein, Negin Mirsalehi and Rumi Neely, who have taken the lead on Pronovias’ new It Bride social media project. Port has more than one million Instagram followers, and Bernstein’s We Wore What blog is said to have one million fans. They and the other two bloggers have partnered with four girls for a photo shoot in New York, taking place a few days before the fashion show. The images will be used on the bloggers’ social media as well as Pronovias’.

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BHV Celebrates Men’s Fashion Expansion

MAN’S WORLD: BHV, the Parisian stronghold for hardware and DIY products, and part of Galeries Lafayette Group, threw a cocktail party on Rue des Archives on Wednesday night, where it has transformed an entire city block with shopping and dining attractions skewed to a male clientele.
“There is a sporty side with Nike and Polo sport on one side of the block at Rue du Temple, and a more luxurious side here at Rue des Archives,” said Alexandre Liot, director of BHV.
The upscale conversion began in December 2014, when Moncler moved in. Fendi, Valentino, Givenchy and Gucci followed — all men-only boutiques with design concepts created especially for BHV, mimicking Parisian apartments typical of the area.
Liot said foot traffic has by far exceeded expectations. “There is a very balanced mix between locals and tourists, which is very reassuring. We have managed to keep our store’s specificity and make the offer evolve. Since we opened BHV Homme eight years ago, we have seen a steady progression, especially in the last three years,” he noted, citing an 8 percent uptick in sales in 2014 and another 9 percent so far this year.
This compares to a rise of 7 percent of the entire department

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