Megan Thee Stallion’s Fashion Nova Collection Sales Top $1.2 Million on Day 1

Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B have more in common than ‘WAP’ … they can now both boast massively successful clothing lines with Fashion Nova. Meg’s new 106-piece collection — which goes heavy on the denim — raked in $ 1.2 million in sales in…

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Overlooked No More: Anya Phillips, Fashion Influencer in New York’s Punk Scene

She helped give pulse to the movement’s anti-establishment credo, dressing musicians like Debbie Harry of Blondie and James Chance and becoming a downtown “It girl.”
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Rich the Kid Sued by Fashion Nova for Failing to Promote Brand

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Playboy Sues Fashion Nova Over Eerily Similar Bunny Costume

Fashion Nova’s pimping a new bunny costume that looks real familiar to anyone who’s read Playboy — for the articles, of course — at least that’s the magazine’s claim in a new lawsuit. Playboy’s pissed at Fashion Nova for rolling out new bunny…

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Charlie’s Angels Embraced Humor (And Low-Rise Jeans) To Fight Crime With Fashion

20 years after Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu became ‘Charlie’s Angels,’ costume designer Joe Aulisi remembers how he brought their characters to life with fashion.
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2020 Fall Fashion Preview | Coastal Conditions

Autumn’s unpredictable weather requires a wardrobe that keeps up in any situation. This mix of statement-making outerwear, warm knitwear, and versatile, lightweight staples—plus a few eye-catching watches—has you covered no matter where you roam.

2020 Fall Fashion Shoot – Grooming by Mark Alan, Production and Creative Direction by Kevin Breen, Model: Tom Baker @ Soul Artists Managements. 

Featured image aboveOff-White c/o Virgil Abloh Pivot Jacket [$ 2,200; EM PTY Gallery]; Z Zegna Knitwear [$ 595; zegna.us]; Agnona Trousers [Price upon request; agnona.com]; Aquatalia Andrea Penny Loafers [$ 395; aquatalia.com]

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Reese Cooper Sherpa Fleece [$ 830; reese-cooper.com]; Tommy Hilfger Long-Sleeve T-Shirt [$ 56; tommy.com]; Polo Ralph Lauren Officer’s Chino [$ 168; ralphlauren.com]; Sebago Ranger Mocs [$ 200; sebago-usa.com].

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Salvatore Ferragamo Double Breasted Wide Peaked Lapel Coat [$ 3,500; ferragamo.com]; DL1961 Hudson & Perry Shirt [$ 125; dl1961.com]; Levi’s 511 Slim Fit Flex Pants [$ 70; levi.com]; TAG Heuer Aquaracer Quartz Chronograph 43mm Sunray Brushed Black Dial, Steel Fine-Brushed/Polished Bracelet Watch [$ 3,250; tagheuer.com]; Timberland Oak Rock Waterproof Boots [$ 175; timberland.com].

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Z Zegna Coat [$ 1,545; zegna.us]; Buck Mason Striped Field-Spec Cotton Surplus Crew Shirt [$ 75; buckmason.com]; Canali Super 150s Wool Trousers [$ 660; canali.com]; Aquatalia Fausto Suede Slip-On Shoes [$ 395; aquatalia.com]

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Loewe ELN Parka [$ 1,650; Loewe Greene St. NYC, Loewe Wynn, NV, loewe.com]; Canali Cashmere Turtleneck [$ 2,380; canali.com]; Jil Sander by Lucie and Luke Meier Beige Cotton Belted Trousers [$ 1,150; jilsander.com]

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Nobis Admiral Shirt Jacket [$ 425; nobis.com]; Private Policy Rib Knit Vest [$ 350; privatepolicyny.com]; Mavi Scott Pants [$ 118; us.mavi.com]

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Moncler Vest [$ 1,530; moncler.com]; Ben Sherman Rib Collar Check Shirt [$ 109; bensherman.com]; Goldwin Regular Stretch Chino Trousers [$ 250; goldwin-sports.com/us]; Timberland Originals II 6” Boot LITE Leather Full-Grain Boots [$ 160; timberland.com]

Fall Fashion 2020; Tag Heuer, Hublot, Alpina
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[FROM BOTTOM TO TOP] TAG Heuer Carrera Automatic Chronograph 41mm Sunray Brushed Blue Dial with Brown Leather Strap [$ 4,300; TAG Heuer Boutique, tagheuer.com]; Hublot Big Bang Unico Titanium Blue [$ 18,800; hublot.com]; Alpina Alpiner National Park Foundation Edition [$ 795; us.alpinawatches.com]

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Why Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors and More Designers Are Waving Goodbye To Tradition Ahead of Fashion Month

Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, NYFW Spring 2021When the coronavirus pandemic began in early 2020, some people wondered if the world would look the same when it was over.
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Afterpay Launches Fund-raising Effort to Help Fashion Industry, Those in Need

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the fashion industry and its 1.8 million workers, Afterpay said this week that it is teaming with two organizations to help those in need. The “buy now, pay later,” solution provider said the goal is to help industry entrepreneurs and businesses as well as individuals “rebound from the virus impact.” Afterpay said it was partnering with ​A Common Thread​, a philanthropic effort involving Vogue and the CFDA, and ​Baby2Baby​, “which provides children living in poverty with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves,” Afterpay said in a statement.
Afterpay’s initiative allows shoppers who use Afterpay “to ‘top-up’ their purchases by adding a $ 1 donation” to ​A Common Thread​ and ​Baby2Baby,” the company said, adding that these two organization are the “top-up” program’s initial launch partners. Separately, Afterpay said it has also committed to “donating more than $ 200,000 to several COVID-19 related charities around the world, including ​A Common Thread​ and ​Baby2Baby.”
Afterpay said it choose these two organizations for the launch of its program because of “their strong contributions to helping our community recover from this challenging economic climate.” Afterpay said grants that are made by A Common Thread​ are being

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How Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Giving Back for Pride Month 2020

Although the coronavirus pandemic has canceled virtually all in-person Pride Month events, fashion and beauty brands are continuing their commitments to give back and support the LGBTQ+ community.
Several brands are creating rainbow-themed Pride collections to donate proceeds to global organizations supporting the LGBTQ+ community, including GLAAD, the Trevor Project and the It Gets Better Project.
Others are launching larger initiatives to highlight the importance of Pride Month, including makeup brand NYX, which is hosting a virtual Pride March on Instagram, and activewear brand Under Armour, which is offering a grant program to aid LGBTQ+-focused nonprofits that are impacted by COVID-19.
Here, WWD looks at 20 fashion and beauty brands that are giving back for Pride Month 2020.
1. ASOS

Styles from Asos’ Pride Month collection. 

Asos is teaming with GLAAD for the fourth year in a row to collaborate on a Pride-themed collection. This year’s collection centers on the theme of unity, with several graphic T-shirts sporting the word in a rainbow colorway. Other pieces include button-up tops, shorts and sweatshirts ranging in price from $ 29 to $ 69. All proceeds from the collection will benefit GLAAD.
2. Banana Republic

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Vincent Van Gogh to Get the Fashion Treatment From IMG

DEAR VINCENT: Vincent van Gogh wasn’t known for his fascination with fashion, but that hasn’t deterred the Van Gogh Museum from tapping IMG as its licensing representative for North and South America, the Middle East, Africa, China and parts of Europe to explore developing consumer product categories based around the artist’s works.
IMG plans to work with the museum to introduce “Irises,” “Sunflowers,” “Almond Blossoms” and some of van Gogh’s self-portraits to new platforms through cross-category brand partnerships and collaborations. Fashion apparel, accessories, cosmetics, home decor, fine stationery, gifts, consumer electronics, kitchen appliances and collectibles are among the categories being explored.
Van Gogh has been a source of inspiration for many fashion designers through the years, including Dries Van Noten, Balenciaga, Maison Margiela, Versace and Jeremy Scott for Moschino. The museum has collaborated with Vans and other brands in recent years. Earlier this year, the Van Gogh Museum collaborated with The Daily Paper to develop an apparel collection as part of the Van Gogh Connects Program.
Working with IMG, the Van Gogh Museum hopes to inspire people with stories about the artist and to show them there might be a link between him and their personal lives, according to Laurine van Rooijen, the

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Virgin Hotels Dallas to Use Fashion to Dress Up Social Distancing

CHECK IN, CHECK OUT FASHION: Ingenuity may be the takeaway from the pandemic for many creatives and businesses, and Virgin Hotels Dallas appears to be part of that group.
With the help of fashion consultant Kristen Cole, the property will unveil “Together Again: Reconnecting Through Fashion and Art” on Friday. The installation will feature designs by Christopher John Rogers, Rosie Assoulin, Marina Moscone and milliner Gigi Burris, among others. Cole also turned to Archive Vintage for a few finds, like an Adolfo silk skirt and blouse.
There will be 12 mannequins styled in vignettes in public spaces throughout the hotel. The mannequins will be showcased six feet apart to adhere to social distancing rules.
Located in the Dallas Design District, the Virgin Hotel’s initiative is meant to merge fashion and art, according to Cole. She selected the designers, Archive Vintage and the artists based on relationships and appreciation for their work. There is no current plan for a retail tie-in, a spokeswoman said.
As of now, the Dallas hotel is the only one of the Virgin Hotels properties that is planning this, a spokeswoman said. There will also be new works of art such as surreal fashion photographs by Manolo Campion, a graphic vinyl

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Spring 2020 Denim Fashion Trend: Comfort Zone

Denim is personal, one of the few items you can live in, feel relaxed in and wear over and over. In an effort to highlight the comfort associated with denim in the age of quarantine, WWD commissioned photographer Dennis Tejero and model girlfriend Alecia Rodriguez to document an intimate display of denim and loungewear throughout their home setting.

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This Year’s Met Gala Is Called Off; ‘About Time: Fashion and Duration’ Still On

NO GALA THIS YEAR: After months of speculation that this year’s Met Gala would be canceled, museum officials on Tuesday confirmed there will be no event in 2020.
The decision is part of an overall plan that includes the cancellation of talks, tours, concerts and events at The Met through the end of this year. The nixed plans are in line with the need to provide an environment that provides social distancing. The Met Gala and the other events are expected to be resumed by the museum next year. That will include a belated celebration of the museum’s 150th anniversary, according to a statement.
The 2021 gala will be focused on next year’s exhibition at the Costume Institute, which has not yet been revealed, according to a Met spokeswoman. In March, organizers indicated that they hoped to hold the 2020 Met Gala at a later date.
There is also the likelihood of reduced museum hours when the Met reopens. In accordance with New York state’s phased plan for reopening the city, the Metropolitan Museum of Art now plans to reopen in mid-August or perhaps a few weeks later. When the public returns to the museum, The Met will debut “Making the Met: 1870-2020.”

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Harlem’s Fashion Row to Launch Nonprofit to Help Designers

With scores of designers in need of financial assistance due to the coronavirus shutdown, Harlem’s Fashion Row is planning to launch a nonprofit titled Icon360.
The kickoff “virtual fundraiser” event is set for May 30 and aims to raise funds for designers of color. Candidates will be able to apply for Icon360 grants starting June 15.
The online event will feature an assortment of speakers, including designers Christopher John Rogers and Tracy Reese, as well as stylist Kesha McLeod and the National Basketball Association’s senior vice president of diversity and inclusion Liliahn Majeed. Rogers won the grand prize at last year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. With more than 30 years of experience in the fashion industry, Reese has become increasingly focused on eco-friendly practices and sustainable option.
The virtual happening will include the option of viewing a fashion show with previous HFR designers and up-and-coming ones.
All tickets sales will benefit Icon360. Nike, Gap, Shea Moisture and Diageo are supporting the inaugural event.
By establishing the nonprofit, Harlem’s Fashion Row is aiming to provide forgivable relief to designers of color, who are pivoting their businesses and need funding to scale up. Established in 2007 by Brandice Daniel, Harlem’s Front Row supports young talent and offers a

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Market Moments: Fall 2020 Stripes Fashion Trend

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Like many others in the industry, fashion p.r. agencies have had to pivot operations and adapt under lockdown. The new normal has given rise to digital press days, where new collections and product launches are highlighted on Instagram instead of physical showrooms, with trends easier to decipher as assets are all in one place.
From the most recent digital press days, stripes have emerged as a bold classic for fall 2020. Whether consumers will gravitate toward minimalist or maximalist dress once lockdown measures are lifted, stripes are a safe middle ground. Here, examples from Ganni, Acne Studios and Mozh Mozh.

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Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Plans ‘Phygital’ Event for September

Upended by the coronavirus outbreak, Fira de Barcelona, the organizer of Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week revealed Friday it is further postponing the dates of its upcoming trade show and collateral events.
In sync with other international fashion events, organizers added that the bridalwear fair will combine the physical event with a number of digital initiatives, in order to maximize its exhibitors’ business opportunities.
Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week – which was originally slated to take place in April and subsequently moved to June 8 to 14 – will now be held Sept. 4 to 10. The decision comes after the Spanish government announced early Friday that travel restrictions to the country have been pushed ahead to June 15.
Exhibitors will be able to take part in the showcase physically or leverage a digital platform provided by Fira de Barcelona to present their latest bridal collections. Described as a “flexible hybrid model,” the new format is aimed at securing attendance by international buyers, media outlets and influencers, who might not be able to travel.
“The international bridal fashion event returns, innovating and transforming itself to support an industry that needs to resume its commercial activity. In this regard, holding the event is a means, which is

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British Fashion Council Offers Financial Support to 37 London-Based Labels

LONDON — The British Fashion Council has announced the first round of designers who will receive financial support to help them tackle the COVID-19 crisis.
Some 37 designers were selected from more than 200 applications and include a number of more seasoned names such as Roksanda Ilincic, Hussein Chalayan, David Koma and Christopher Raeburn, as well as some of London Fashion Week’s most promising young talents including Richard Quinn, Matty Bovan, Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, Alighieri, 16Arlington, Halpern, Rejina Pyo, Eftychia and Stefan Cooke.
Among the other young talents receiving support are Ahluwalia, Aries, Bianca Saunders, LVMH Prize nominee Chopova Lowena, Craig Green, E. Tautz, E.L.V. Denim, Edeline Lee, Kwaidan Editions, Metier, footwear label Neous, Liam Hodges, Nabil Nayal, Nicholas Daley, Palmer Harding, Paper London, Paria /Farzaneh, Per Götesson, Phoebe English, Richard Malone and Toogood.
Each brand will receive up to 50,000 pounds, as well as access to business support and mentoring from BFC partners ranging from Farfetch, Eco-Age, YouTube, Instagram, Google and Value Retail.
The BFC said the designers were chosen based on their business’ urgency to receive the support and their “capability to come through and thrive post-crisis.”

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A Look Back at Michael Jordan’s Pivotal Fashion and Beauty Deals

Michael Jordan has long been a legendary figure in the cultural lexicon, but the acclaimed former NBA player is again in the spotlight thanks to his highly successful ESPN documentary series, “The Last Dance.”
Jordan has as much resonance on the basketball court as he does in the fashion industry due to his Jordan brand created with Nike, which has shaped up to be one of the most successful and long-standing relationships between an athlete and a fashion label. When the two teamed in 1984, Nike predicted $ 3 million in sales of Air Jordan sneakers within four years. Those sales projections were highly modest to say the least when year one sales alone totaled $ 126 million.
“The Last Dance” has also boosted Jordan sneaker sales in the resale market, with The RealReal seeing a 53 percent week-over-week increase in the shoes’ average selling price and StockX seeing searches increase by 63 percent and orders spike by 90 percent since the series premiered in mid-April.
In addition to his Nike collaboration, Jordan has also worked with apparel brand Hanes for 30 years. The company celebrated the anniversary last year by releasing special trading cards in 800,000 packages of its boxer briefs signed by Jordan himself.
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Joe Exotic Signs Deal For Fashion Line, Merch Sells Out Immediately

Joe Exotic is getting some sweet revenge as the face of a new fashion line … because the “REVENGE” collection is already selling like hotcakes!!! The ‘Tiger King’ star officially signed a deal with streetwear brand Odaingerous April 30, and his…

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Joe Exotic in Talks To Be Face of New Streetwear Fashion Line

Joe Exotic is still wheeling and dealing from behind bars … TMZ has learned the ‘Tiger King’ is in talks to become the face of a new fashion line!!! Odain Watson, the owner of the streetwear brand, Odaingerous, tells TMZ … he wants to partner…

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Feel Good Fashion: New Beginnings

As the industry attempts to figure out a way to emerge from the pandemic, a reset is necessary. White, a marker of fresh starts and the bridal season that just passed, was shown on the fall runway through ethereal and light designs.
 

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NFL Draft Fashion Statements From the Couch, Sweats or Suits?!

Joe Burrow is rocking sweats with a white long-sleeve shirt with the numbers 740 — the area code for Athens, Ohio … where he’s from. The design on his shirt is an outline of the state of Ohio. Tua Tagovailoa went with a suit and his family is…

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NFL Draft Picks Attempt Fashion Moments From Home

The NFL held the first round of its first virtual NFL Draft on Thursday night, which turned out to be history-making moments for young prospects and a showcase of home outfits.
The NFL Draft has often been a sports fashion affair, alongside the NBA All-Star Weekend, NBA Draft and the Espy Awards. But how do young prospects have a fashionable introduction to the pro football world when they’re stuck at home?
Some received help from brands including 2019 Heisman Trophy winner and Cincinnati Bengals draft pick Joe Burrow, who wore a Nike custom ‘740’ long sleeve T-shirt from his home in Athens, Ohio. Top prospect and Miami Dolphins pick Tua Tagovailoa opted for a custom suit by Richards Bespoke in Nashville that sported a lining featuring photos of his grandparents.
Others went casual, like Arizona Cardinals pick Isaiah Simmons, who wore a T-shirt bearing KAWS artwork (family members wore similar shirts). Former Alabama wide receiver and Las Vegas Raiders pick Henry Ruggs III opted not to dress up, appearing on TV in a bathrobe for a partnership with Old Spice.
The polar opposite was Jeff Okudah. The Detroit Lions pick wore a Thom Browne outfit for the NFL Draft, but it wasn’t the look

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Short Takes: The Future of Fashion in Three Words

WWD asked its rolodex of sustainable fashion pioneers to answer one question. In three words, what is the future of fashion?
“Regenerative organic agriculture.” — Rose Marcario, president and ceo of Patagonia.
“Caring’s not enough.” — Colleen Vien, sustainability director at Timberland.
“Accountability, sustainability, circularity.” — Marci Zaroff, founder and chief executive officer of EcoFashion Corp.
“Sustainable, ethical, artisanal.” — Livia Firth, creative director and cofounder of Eco-Age
“In three words? I can do it in two. For me, it is empathy and respect.” — Orsola de Castro, cofounder and creative director of Fashion Revolution
“Reconnected, renewed, revolutionary.” — Carry Somers, founder and global operations director of Fashion Revolution
“Circular, regenerative, digital.” — Patrick Duffy, founder of Global Fashion Exchange
“Designed for recycling.” — Rachel Kibbe, circularity and textile waste consultant
“I don’t know. That’s it. There’s a part of me that thinks it’s going to change, and I’m certainly asking myself that question. Right now, I think we’re all just wanting to be a bit slower, quieter and kinder.” — Bay Garnett, senior independent fashion advisor at Oxfam
“Black and brown indigenous.” — Dominique Drakeford, cofounder of Sustainable Brooklyn, founder of MelaninASS blog
“Essential, mindful, value-add. I think a big word that’s been thrown around a lot is ‘essential.’ Not products that are superfluous. Can

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British Fashion Council Merges Men’s, Women’s Showcases

LONDON — Following the cancellation of London Fashion Week Men’s in June, the British Fashion Council has been working to reimagine its seasonal showcases.
Today, it announced its plans to merge its women’s and men’s wear showcases into one “gender-neutral platform.” London Fashion Week: Men’s is no more and all designers will be showcasing their collections and brand stories under the London Fashion Week umbrella, starting with a three-day digital showcase on June 12, the time when the men’s wear shows were set to take place.
The BFC will introduce a new digital platform in time for the June online showcase that will be open to both trade and consumer audiences. The designers participating are yet to be confirmed, but the BFC is expecting a bigger mix than the usual June lineup, with men’s and women’s talent involved.
The aim of the format is to give designers bigger flexibility as to the audience they can reach, as well as the format and content of their presentations that can vary from product to cultural commentary.

“Many of our businesses have always embraced London Fashion Week as a platform for not just fashion, but for its influence on society, identity and culture. By creating a cultural fashion

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Fashion Rallies for French Coronavirus Auction

FANTASY SHOPPING: A chair designed by Hedi Slimane, original sketches by Giorgio Armani and Alber Elbaz, a signed portrait of Marisa Berenson — these are just some of the prestigious lots being auctioned off to benefit staff at French retirement homes, which have been sharply hit by the coronavirus epidemic.
Journalist Laurence Benaïm, known for her definitive biography of Yves Saint Laurent, pulled together the auction in just one week, tapping her high-profile industry contacts for exceptional donations.
In addition to precious objects, the sale offers plenty of the kind of experiences one can only dream of in lockdown: private visits of the Musée Yves Saint Laurent in Paris, the headquarters of Kering in Paris, the Château de Versailles and the Château de la Colle Noire — the latter courtesy of Dior Parfum.
Or how about a writing workshop on memory with award-winning writer Leïla Slimani, a lesson in baking macaroons with pastry chef Pierre Hermé, or a photograph of Saint Laurent and his muse Betty Catroux, signed by Catroux herself?
The virtual auction, to take place from April 24 to 27, will benefit charity SOS EHPAD, a nonprofit organization supported by the Alzheimer Research Foundation and its founding president, Dr. Olivier de Ladoucette,

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Cardi B & Fashion Nova Giveaway Winners Share Their Experiences

Cardi B and Fashion Nova’s cash cavalry is still finding families in need of financial help during the coronavirus pandemic … but early winners are already feeling the relief. Since announcing the Fashion Nova Cares $ 1 million giveaway on April…

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Jimmy Webb, Purveyor of Punk Fashion, Is Dead at 62

He wasn’t a rocker himself, but as the manager of the East Village clothing emporium Trash and Vaudeville, he was a proud bearer of the punk-glam torch.
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Rihanna Receives PETA’s Compassion in Fashion Award, Makes Top 40 History

THE HONOR IS ALL OURS, REALLY: Four months after Rihanna won her first fashion award for her Fenty label, she has been given a second from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Although Janet Jackson presented the multitalented musician with the British Fashion Council’s prize in London in December, a presenter was not needed for this month’s one.
The nine-time Grammy winner didn’t have to pick up her Compassion in Fashion award. PETA shipped it to her, primarily for the capsule collection of faux leather items that Fenty debuted recently. Apparently, the animal rights group approved of the corset dress, skirt, button-down shirts and other options. Rihanna has not acknowledged PETA’s request for her to go fur-free, a PETA spokeswoman said Thursday.
Everyone is a fashion critic — at least on social media — and Rihanna heard from some of the fur-hating ones after she wore a fur coat to the Dior cruise collection show in Los Angeles in May 2017. PETA took advantage of the situation shortly after the event and shipped four faux-fur options from the animal-friendly brand Unreal Fur to the musician. But the freebies also delivered some free advice, namely in a letter from PETA, asking her to

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Fashion Exhibitions Are Getting Extended, Postponed

Magnificent dresses are on display in museums, with no one to appreciate them due to closures in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic. And so dates are in flux. On Friday, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris said its exhibition “Harper’s Bazaar — First in Fashion,” which opened during Paris Fashion Week last March, would be extended to September. It was originally meant to close on July 14.
The showcase — mingling fashions with magazine covers, photos, videos and artworks — also debuted a radical new look for the museum’s fashion galleries after an extensive renovation.
The Loewe Foundation Craft Prize, meant to take place at Les Arts Décoratifs on May 21, has been postponed to spring 2021, and an exhibition titled “Luxes,” meant to open April 23, will now debut in September.
Separately, the fashion museum in Antwerp, MoMu, said this week it won’t reopen until 2021. Restrictions due to the health crisis are impacting renovations and preparations for the reopening, initially slated for later this year.

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Cardi B Teams With Fashion Nova To Give Away $1 Million Towards Covid-19 Relief [Video]

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Even though she has inadvertently become the voice of the most popular Covid-19 meme, Bardi still cares. She is teaming up with her apparel partner to give back to the people.

As spotted on TMZ the Bronx bombshell made a recent announcement that she and Fashion Nova will be financially assisting families in need as the pandemic continues to cripple the United States’ economy. She detailed the opportunity in her signature delivery which seemed genuine but came with some hilarious descriptors.

“Many of you are struggling to pay bills, feed your families, and take care of your overall essential needs” she said. “You know sometimes you give to charity and you wonder, ‘Is it really going to the people?’ Well we’re gonna make sure it goes to the people”. She proceeded to describe how to apply but with very little chill.

“Make sure your Instagram is open because I’m going to make sure that you really do need it,” she said, joking, “Don’t be lying so you can lend your boyfriend some f**king money. No, you don’t gotta show us your p**y, but if you wanna DM it to me I don’t motherf**king mind” she explained.

“We love you guys and we are so thankful that you have been supporting us for so long,” she continued. “It’s time for us to support you guys back, and don’t be shy. Sometimes you gotta motherf**king ask for help.”

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Thank you guys for supporting me and @FashionNova, I teamed up with them to help those that have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. Many of you are struggling to pay bills, feed your families, and take care of your overall essential needs. #FashionNovaCARES & I are giving away $ 1,000 EVERY HOUR until we’ve given away $ 1 MILLION DOLLARS to those directly affected by this crisis. Tell us how the $ 1,000 can help you during these times. We’ll be reading your submissions and selecting stories everyday so enter now by visiting www.FashionNova.com/Cares Also PLEASE make sure that your Instagram is public, because I will also personally be looking thru these submitted pages. Starting NOW!

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The Numbers Are in on Moscow’s First Digital Fashion Week

RUSSIAN DRESSING: Thirty-two fashion videos replaced catwalk shows at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia and about 830,000 people followed the streams, organizers said Wednesday.
The digital presentations were streamed from April 4 to 6 on Aizel.ru and Megogo.net, appeared on 103 Russian and foreign web sites, as well as social media sites VKontakte, Facebook, and TikTok. The latter platform spawned the hashtag #CтильнаДому (i#StyleatHome, in English), which was viewed 37.3 million times. Most of the collections shown were for fall-winter 2020.
Participants included Red September, Julia Dalakian, Dokuchaeva, Nastya Nekrasova, White Crow, T3CM, Ceremony and House of Leo.
The videos, ranging from one to seven minutes in length, were viewed for more than 2.5 million minutes in two days. Organizers said an additional set of digital events, employing virtual reality and augmented reality, are to be unfurled later.

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Cardi B, Fashion Nova Giving Away $1,000 Per Hour to Families in Need

Cardi B and Fashion Nova are stepping up with a stimulus package of their own — giving away $ 1,000 PER HOUR to families struggling through the pandemic. Cardi announced Wednesday she and the fashion line she reps will give away a total of $ 1…

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Short Takes: Copenhagen Fashion Summit’s New Theme and Other Event Reworks

This week in sustainability, events and themes are reworked in the wake of coronavirus, spurring special changes for sustainability-themed organizers.
COPENHAGEN FASHION SUMMIT: The annual sustainable fashion summit, which was postponed due to the coronavirus, has set Oct. 12 to 13 as the new dates and an updated theme: “Redesigning Value.”
“The summit will address fashion’s new reality,” said a statement from Global Fashion Agenda, the organizing group. The event will “navigate the current and future realities facing our industry,” with the pandemic prompting how to reorient sustainable business practices to a business’ core for greater resiliency.
An advocate for an industry reset, Eva Kruse, chief executive officer of Global Fashion Agenda, said: “This crisis has forced a quarantine on the world and by extension a quarantine on consumption, raising the question of how this will impact the fashion landscape in the aftermath.”

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SUSTAINABLE FASHION FORUM: With Earth Day spilling out into a week or perhaps greening the whole month of April, Sustainable Fashion Forum pivots its IRL conference into its first virtual conference to be held on April 25.
Access to panels will not be live but rather housed in a “digital vault” for perusal by attendees. The panels include the

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Experimental Fashion Boutique Café Forgot Launches E-commerce Site

Café Forgot cofounders Vita Haas and Lucy Weisner are used to seeing each other nearly every day. Under current coronavirus lockdowns in New York City, they’ve gone a month without meeting up in person — something that would have seemed unfathomable not too long ago.
The experimental fashion boutique, which stages monthlong temporary installations in its East Village space, was unable to open an April edition of Café Forgot due to the COVID-19 crisis. Still beholden to paying a sizable portion of their rent (they did receive a discount from their landlords for April), Haas and Weisner fast-tracked their e-commerce site to try to make up for potential lost revenue.
“Thinking about our finances and all of our expenses pushed us to figure out a solution. We still wanted it to feel like you were just standing in the store and to maintain the temporary nature of everything,” Weisner said of their site’s quick turnaround.
Realistic about the state of retail, Weisner and Haas established Café Forgot as a bimonthly pop-up shop concept to inspire a sense of urgency in shoppers. In the off months, their store operates as a gallery space or showroom for brands and artists — giving the company a

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#PayUp Petition Calls for Major Fashion Companies to Pay Garment Factories

An online petition is calling on major fashion brands to pay their garment factories for the orders canceled or delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Remake, a nonprofit organization that strives to educate consumers on the fashion industry’s treatment of women and its environmental impact, launched the #PayUp petition on April 3 to spotlight how some of the world’s biggest fashion brands owe more than $ 3 billion to garment factories in countries such as Bangladesh, India, Myanmar and Cambodia for upcoming orders.
The organization states that the companies withholding their payments has resulted in international garment workers being out of work with no severance, savings or access to health care. Remake also reports that an estimated 50 million garment workers will be impacted by COVID-19.
The petition alleges the group includes companies such as Zara, H&M, Target Corp., Mango, Primark, J.C. Penney Co. Inc., Walmart Inc., Marks & Spencer, VF Corp., C&A, PVH Corp., Tesco, Kohl’s Corp., LPP, Bestseller Fashion Group, Mothercare and Kiabi. Remake claimed these companies owe the factories based on information from the Bangladesh Center for Worker Solidarity and Denim Expert Ltd. in Bangladesh.

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Phillip Lim to Be Honored at China Fashion Gala

FALL AHEAD: The entire world is in flux, so the fact that the date for this year’s China Fashion Gala has not yet been set constitutes just another shrug. What is definitive is this year’s leading fashion honoree: Phillip Lim. The occasion is just one of many fashion-rooted spring events on the social calendar that has been subject to change due to the coronavirus pandemic. China Fashion Gala expects to return to The Plaza Hotel, but this fall instead of in the spring, according to a spokeswoman for the event.
On another front, the Yue-Sai Kan China Beauty Charity Fund in partnership with the design education organization WeDesign Group Inc. has rolled out its Executive Education in Sustainable Fashion Master Talks. All those at-home workers and of-quarantined residents around the globe can tune in to the free series. Conducted in English with Chinese subtitles, the weekly classes feature leading executives who specialize in fashion, beauty and lifestyle products.
WeDesign’s founder and chief executive officer Simon Collins and its academic director Jasonpaul McCarthy host the series which spotlights the ins and outs and hows different individuals excelled in their respective fields. On Monday, sustainability fashion specialist and activist Marina Testino will discuss “How

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Kanye West Talks Importance of Adding Fashion In Every Aspect of His Career

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Since starting his journey on the path as rapper, Kanye West has always declared that he would be the “best dressed” and after more than 20 years in the industry, Yeezy’s proclamation has been made a definite.

As previously reported during an exclusive interview with the Wall Street Journal, Kanye West talks his journey navigating through Hip-Hop with his unique fashion sense, and why when he made the decision to jump into fashion completely with the launch of his now iconic Yeezy brand almost seemingly stopped the industry.

”I got ripped,” Kanye West said reflecting on his fashion week debut. “You had to go to school to be a designer. That was the climate back then.”

Although initially everyone wasn’t on board, Yeezy’s fortitude and ingenuity launched his Yeezy label to be a legit high fashion brand.

“I believe that Yeezy is the McDonald’s and the Apple of apparel,” West says. “In order to make the Apple of apparel the next Gap, it has to be a new invention. To invent something that’s so good that you don’t even get credit for it because it’s the norm.”

In addition to talking fashion, West also also revealed his stance on both criminal justice and politics. With his influence, he revealed that it was his passion for criminal justice that inspired wife Kim Kardashian to pursue her passion of law before noting that his goal to add to the victims’ resolve is to employ the former felons at Yeezy sneaker division.

According to the interview, the “Ultra Light Beams” rapper is eager to hire released prisoners to work in apparel manufacturing and he says he has discussed building factories in the U.S. with Adidas, which makes his Yeezy sneakers—a task that Adidas has declined to comment on, in regards to. It actually happening.

In regards to his political stance, West divulged that He does enjoy unusual access to the Trump administration. In mid-July, West chartered a plane to Sweden, planning to jet in and free the musical artist A$ AP Rocky, who had been detained on assault charges earlier that month. Warned that the Swedes wouldn’t welcome the gesture, he canceled the plane and—from his swimming pool in Calabasas—called Jared Kushner at the White House. Prompting a response from Donald Trump who tweeted, “Just spoke to @KanyeWest about his friend A$ AP Rocky’s incarceration. I will be calling the very talented Prime Minister of Sweden to see what we can do about helping A$ AP Rocky.”

“I’m a black guy with a red [MAGA] hat, can you imagine?” Kanye said. “It reminded me of how I felt as a black guy before I was famous, when I would walk in a restaurant and people would look at you like you were going to steal something. ‘This is your place, Ye, don’t talk about apparel. This is your place, Ye, you’re black, so you’re a Democrat.’ ”

Despite his political views, Kanye has continued to experience success in every genre he enters into, but it’s the lack of “successful businessman“ being added to his long list of titles ad accomplishments that bothers him the most.

”The fact that Yeezy does $ 1.5 billion in revenue per year and the valuation is $ 2.9 billion means that money does not have to enter into the equation,” Kanye said. “Yeezy [is] worth $ 3 billion from nothing, that shows I successfully did something.”

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Fashion Fights Coronavirus: Designers Create Masks, Hospital Gowns and More to Fight Pandemic

Many of the world’s fashion designers and brands have had to halt everyday operations due to the coronavirus pandemic — but now, several firms are reallocating resources to fight the virus’ spread.
As COVID-19 cases have sharply increased, affecting 341,500 people and causing 15,187 deaths globally as of March 23, so too has the need for essential resources, such as masks, hospital gowns and hand sanitizer.
Fashion designers including Christian Siriano, Brandon Maxwell and Michael Costello are coming in to help fill that gap, mobilizing their teams to produce supplies needed by health-care workers and COVID-19 patients.
Larger companies, such as LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Kering, L’Oréal and Coty are also pitching in, having their factories produce hand sanitizer to distribute free of charge to health authorities.
Here, WWD compiles the ways that fashion designers and brands are pitching in to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Brandon Maxwell’s team is researching the appropriate medical textiles to make gowns for hospital doctors and nurses treating COVID-19 patients. He also aims to create medical grade masks and gloves as more information on manufacturing these supplies becomes available.
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Are Sweatpants the Only Fashion Trend in America Right Now?

America has entered a period of self-isolation and stretch pants, and retailers across the country are reporting a surge in sweatpants sales during imposed lockdowns to curb the coronavirus’ spread.
While stores say that COVID-19 induced anxiety and dim economic forecasts have caused a steep drop-off in overall fashion sales, sweatpants appear to be an exception — their popularity spiking at a rate that may indicate they are the biggest (and perhaps only) trend in fashion right now.
With restaurants and nonessential stores closed by mandate and most professionals working from home, fashion status symbols have been rendered nearly useless. Consumers have few places to go that require any degree of style or savoir-faire, and in turn have begun dressing for comfort.
“There is a real shift in values within this moment,” said Scott Sternberg, founder of the sustainable basics label Entireworld, which saw its site traffic and sales conversion rate double last week, the first full workweek charted under quarantine.
Sweatpants have not appeared this relevant or widespread since the early-Aughts craze for Juicy Couture. Even the most devoted of fashion plates who have made a career out of getting dressed for the sake of it — including influencers Danielle Bernstein, Olivia Palermo

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Fashion, Textile Cos. in U.S. Start Producing Medical Face Masks

American fashion and textile companies are starting to collectively produce medical grade face masks, as the country’s doctors and hospitals deal with a critical shortage amid a growing number of patients ill with COVID-19, or coronavirus.
As of now, nine companies have formed a “coalition” of sorts to get production going, according to the National Council of Textile Organizations. The companies are American Giant, Fruit of the Loom, Hanesbrands, Parkdale Inc., Los Angeles Apparel, AST Sportswear, American Knits, Beverly Knits and Riegel Linen.
The NCTO said Parkdale, the largest yarn spinner in the U.S. based in North Carolina, led the effort after the White House made clear there was an urgent need for medical supplies like face masks. The organization said the nine companies joined together “virtually overnight” to “build a supply chain” and “fast-track the manufacturing of medical face masks to help hospitals, health care workers and citizens battling the spread of the COVID-19 disease.”
Peter Navarro, an assistant to President Donald Trump and current director of the White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, has been working with the coalition and some of the first face masks have already been approved by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,

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Christian Siriano Encourages Fashion Designers to Pitch in Designing Masks for Hospital Workers

GET TO WORK: Christian Siriano is calling on other fashion designers to join his efforts to sew masks for hospital workers in the fight against the coronavirus.
After tweeting to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday asking how he could get masks to New York City hospitals, Cuomo’s team responded immediately to help coordinate and to determine which hospital needs the masks first, Siriano said.
Now working from his home in Connecticut, Siriano said he and his team aim to make 1,000 masks for New York City hospitals in a couple of days.
Siriano also hopes that any other designer who has the production capacity to help will do so. “I really think that if anybody still has team members who are sewing or who can sew, especially in New York, we could make a few hundred a day. There are only so many people who work in a hospital. Fashion could really change everything in a week. Look, we have nothing else to do right now. Nobody is buying clothes so what can we do? I hope that everybody can pitch in.”
Siriano said, “I know that Monique Lhuillier has a full working atelier in L.A. Maybe she can help. Hopefully, everybody

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How Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Donating to Fight the Coronavirus Pandemic

Fashion and beauty brands are the latest to launch initiatives to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Indie and established names are making donations or raising funds for various organizations that are fighting the impact of COVID-19 on local and national communities.
Several brands, including beauty brands Farmacy and Grande Cosmetics, as well as contemporary fashion label Everlane, are donating to Feeding America, the nationwide network of food banks that is providing meals to children and low-income individuals.
Read More: Fashion Industry Leaders Raise Funds to Fight COVID-19
Celebrity-founded brands are also launching giveback initiatives. Kim Kardashian West’s Skims shapewear brand is donating 20 percent of sales from its cotton collection to Baby2Baby and Lady Gaga’s Haus Labs beauty brand is donating 20 percent of sales to food banks in New York City and Los Angeles.
Here, WWD compiles 19 fashion and beauty brands that are fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Alice + Olivia
Fashion label Alice + Olivia is teaming with No Kid Hungry to combat COVID-19, donating 10 percent of online sales back to the organization.
Aritzia
Fashion retailer Aritzia is donating all profits to its Aritzia Community Relief Fund, which provides financial support to its employees and overseas partners.
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Billie’s body-care products. 

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How the Coronavirus Is Impacting the Fashion, Beauty and Retail Industries

The impact of the coronavirus is being felt by virtually every industry.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which amassed 182,100 cases and caused 7,305 deaths globally as of March 17, has led to the disruption of everyday life, with local governments enacting strict measures to contain the virus’ spread.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio have made such orders to prohibit large gatherings, including closures of restaurants, bars, gyms, nightclubs and other businesses. These measures have affected myriad fashion and beauty businesses, many of which are now closing their doors for an indefinite period of time.
Read More: How Coronavirus Has Impacted the Fashion Industry
From major event cancellations and fashion week disruptions to the lengthy list of store closures, here are seven ways COVID-19 is impacting fashion, beauty and retail.
1. Fashion Stocks Plummet:

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The stock market has experienced significant declines for the last few weeks as COVID-19 has rapidly spread across the globe.
On March 16, trading was halted shortly after markets opened and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1,820.41 points (or 7.9 percent) to 21,365.21, further pushing the market into bear territory.
Among those hit hardest by the decline are G-III Apparel Group (down

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Tekashi69 Sued By Fashion Nova for $2.25 Million

Tekashi69 has somehow managed to make even more enemies before he’s sprung from jail, this time racking up haters in the fashion biz, after he allegedly walked away with their money. The rapper allegedly made a deal with Fashion Nova — a discount…

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Australian Fashion Week Canceled

SYDNEY — Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia’s 25th–anniversary edition has been canceled, according to organizer IMG.
The showcase of Australian Resort 2021 collections had been due to run from May 11 to 15 at Sydney’s Carriageworks venue.
“Due to the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC)’s mandate against holding non-essential, organized public gatherings of more than 500 people in light of global health concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), we regret to share that Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia 2020 will not take place,” said Natalie Xenita, executive director of IMG’s fashion events group for the Asia-Pacific region, in a statement on Tuesday morning Sydney time — a day after the introduction of the Australian federal government ban. “We thank our incredible designers, producers, partners and staff for their support of the Australian fashion community and look forward to celebrating our 25th anniversary in 2021.”
All tickets already sold to MBFWA shows taking part in the new MBFWA: The Experience initiative will be reimbursed as quickly as possible, according to IMG. In November, IMG said it was trialing an integrated consumer strategy at this year’s event, which was due to see 25 percent of seats at participating shows available for purchase by the public.
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The Fashion Weeks and Major Events Disrupted Because of Coronavirus

As the coronavirus outbreak spreads, so too its effect on the fashion industry.
COVID-19 has steadily spread globally currently with more than 100 nations affected by the virus, with cases totaling at roughly 135,400 and the death toll at 4,988 as of March 13.
The virus hit Italy in the midst of Milan Fashion Week late February, causing many designers to rethink how they’d present their fall 2020 collections. Giorgio Armani, for one, barred a public audience at his runway show, later posting a video of the collection shown in an empty theater.
The virus continues to have an adverse effect on design houses, many of which have had to cancel or postpone their international resort 2021 shows.
Events are also not immune to the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. A number of major gatherings — including SXSW, Coachella and the Tribeca Film Festival — have already been canceled, leading many to speculate the fate of others, such as the Met Gala, CFDA Awards and even the Olympic Games.
Here, WWD compiles a list of the fashion weeks and major events canceled or disrupted because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Resort 2021 Collections: 

Prada’s resort 2020 show in New York. 
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Coronavirus Pandemic: The NYC Museums, Cultural Institutions and Fashion Schools Temporarily Closing

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has touched virtually every industry, leading to the closures of a number of institutions in New York City and nationwide.
As COVID-19 cases continue to increase globally — the worldwide count is at roughly 135,400 cases and 4,988 deaths as of March 13 — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on March 12 that there will be an indefinite ban on gatherings of more than 500 people. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has also declared a state of emergency in New York City, which has about 95 confirmed cases of the virus, according to the mayor. On Friday afternoon, President Trump declared a national emergency.
Read More: Which Major Events Are Canceled Because of the Coronavirus? 
New York City institutions have responded to the virus and subsequent ban on large public gatherings by shuttering their doors for the time being. Here, WWD compiles a list of the museums, institutions and fashion schools impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Museums:

The Met Museum 
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American Museum of Natural History
The American Museum of Natural History has temporarily closed as of March 13.
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Sao Paulo Fashion Week Canceled

Sao Paulo Fashion Week has joined the long list of global fashion weeks and events to be canceled due to the coronavirus.
The event canceled its spring 2020 edition, scheduled to take place April 24 to 28, said co-founder Graca Cabral.
“Due to the recent announcement of COVID-19 pandemic, Sao Paulo Fashion Week has decided to cancel all shows scheduled for April 24 to 28,” she told WWD. “Considering the atypical scenario and wishing to preserve health and wellness of all, the Festival SPFW + and international conference will be rescheduled.”
Cabral, who co-leads production company Luminosidade, said that an event to mark SPFW’s 25th anniversary remains confirmed for Oct. 16 to 20, however.
In Colombia, Colombia Fashion Week, or Colombiamoda, remains on schedule for July 28 to 30, said organizer Inexmoda’s executive director Carlos Eduardo Botero. “We are still promoting the event and none of our exhibitors or sponsors have yet told us they will be cancelling their travel plans amid virus disruptions,” Botero said.
In Mexico, however, Mexico Fashion Week said the physical event for its fall-winter season in April will be canceled but that it will host its runway shows through digital platforms.

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New York’s Top Fashion Design Schools Cancel Classes Over Coronavirus

New York City’s top two fashion design schools have decided to cancel classes and move to remote instruction in light of the growing coronavirus pandemic. Both the Fashion Institute of Technology and Parsons School of Design are increasing measures to avoid outbreaks on campus.
Late Wednesday afternoon, New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that all state and New York City government-affiliated universities would move toward remote instruction beginning March 19 in an effort to promote “distance learning” and reduce “campus density,” throughout the remainder of this spring semester. The Fashion Institute of Technology, which is a SUNY school, is included in this mandate and has suspended classes from March 16 to 22 so that professors can “prepare for potential online class instruction and for employees to prepare to work remotely.”
FIT president Joyce Brown issued a memo to students this afternoon noting, “Beginning March 16, all classes will be suspended for a week to allow faculty to prepare for potential online class instruction and for staff and administration to prepare contingency plans for working remotely or implementing alternative scheduling in the event the campus is required to close or there is a determination to reduce the population density of the campus. This

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Ralph Lauren to Cancel April Fashion Show Due to the Coronavirus Outbreak

Add Ralph Lauren to the list of companies that are canceling events due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Lauren said Tuesday night it has decided to cancel its April fashion show, which was planned for an unspecified location in New York.
“In light of the ongoing uncertainties related to the novel coronavirus around the world, we have decided to cancel our fall 2020 show as a precautionary measure and out of respect for our teams, partners and consumers. Our primary focus remains on their health and safety,” said a Ralph Lauren spokesman.
As reported, Lauren didn’t participate in New York Fashion Week in February and had instead decided to show separately in late April. Lauren had been on the “see-now-buy-now schedule” since September 2016, and he was planning to get out of that rhythm and routine and show fall 2020 in April.
WWD reported this week that Gucci decided to cancel its cruise 2021 fashion show that was slated for San Francisco on May 18. The decision follows Prada’s move to postpone its cruise show, which had been scheduled for May 21 in Tokyo. Several trade shows, from Mido and the Salone del Mobile in Milan to Cosmoprof in Bologna, Watches & Wonders in Geneva

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North West Gets on the Mic at Kanye’s Yeezy Fashion Show in Paris

North West is going worldwide … performing in Paris at her dad’s Paris fashion show, and while she’s still honing her rapping skills, ya can’t say the kid ain’t cute … and loud!!! Kanye managed to score 6-year-old prodigy North for his Yeezy…

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Kanye West to Hold Surprise Show at Paris Fashion Week

While some American retailers were skipping town amid the coronavirus scare in France came word on Saturday that Kanye West was parachuting in with a double-hitter.
A happy few were invited to Sunday Service — where West gathers a choir to sing gospel versions of his songs — slated for a 9 a.m. start. Shortly after, invitations dropped for a Yeezy Season 8 show on Monday night.
West has experimented with a variety of formats to unveil his Yeezy collections, from stadium-sized fashion performances to Instagram-driven campaigns.
He will cap off a day with a full slate of shows from the likes of Stella McCartney, Giambattista Valli, Y/Project and Alexander McQueen.
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Moore From L.A.: At Paris Fashion Week, Air Kissing Is Out, Hand Sanitizer In

The LVMH Prize cocktail party is the latest cancellation at a Paris Fashion Week gripped with anxiety over coronavirus, where bottles of hand sanitizer, not perfume, were door gifts at the Paco Rabanne show held Thursday at the Conciergerie, the historic French Revolution-era site that’s certainly seen more head-spinning disasters.
The invisible menace hasn’t emptied the lunch crowd at L’Avenue, or cleared Caviar Kaspia (“We are fully booked every night with a huge waiting list,” reports chief executive officer Ramon Mac-Crohon.) And it didn’t keep Rachel Brosnahan, Demi Moore and Sigourney Weaver from the front row at Dior, Usher from Rick Owens or Carla Bruni and Tyga (what a pair) from coming to Off-White.
But it has created new rules of engagement, as the most social creatures on earth adjust to the “social distancing” being recommended by medical professionals to prevent the spread of the virus.
Air kissing is out, the arm squeeze is in, and every greeting (at fashion week, there are so, so many) is fraught with awkwardness as people gauge their coronavirus comfort level. “Wait, did you just come from Milan?” joked Anthony Vaccarello, kissing Vogue editor Mark Holgate on each cheek backstage after the Saint Laurent show. “No!” Holgate

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2020 Spring Fashion That Looks Damn Good Everywhere

Planning a long weekend in New York City?  You can’t beat a stay at the brand-new 286-room Moxy East Village (showcased in these photos). Like the neighborhood it’s in, the Moxy has plenty of downtown style with lots of retro rock & roll flourishes. Our favorite touch? You can request a turntable—and selection of vinyl curated for any mood—delivered right to your room. Rock on! These spring looks will help inspire your next outing—whether it’s checking out that hot new hotel or just settling in to your dive bar of choice.


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Get the look (above): Todd Snyder Italian Dylan Suede Jacket ($ 998, toddsnyder.com); Perry Ellis Long Sleeve Untucked Chambray Shirt (price upon request, perryellis.com); Onia Miles Waffle Knit Henley ($ 75, onia.com); Tod’s 5 Pocket Jeans ($ 545, tods.com); Fratelli Rossetti Shoes ($ 700, fratellirossetti.com).

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Get the look (above): Tod’s Biker in Leather Jacket ($ 4,175, tods.com); Outerknown Waterless Sweater ($ 128, outerknown.com); Levi’s Vintage Clothing 1947 501 Jeans ($ 265, levi.com).

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Buck Mason Felted Chore Coat ($ 225, buckmason.com); Joseph Abboud Linen Scarf ($ 125, josephabboud.com); Brunello Cucinelli Cotton Sweater ($ 975, Brunello Cucinelli, NYC); BLDWN Modern Slim Trouser ($ 188, bldwn.com); UGG Beach Moc Slip-On ($ 125, ugg.com); TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 11 Watch ($ 5,900, tagheuer.com); Dooney & Bourke Florentine Medium Duffle ($ 558, dooney.com).


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Brunello Cucinelli Denim Jacket ($ 1,595, Brunello Cucinelli, NYC); Buck Mason Pima Curved Hem Tee ($ 35, buckmason.com); Brunello Cucinelli Trouser ($ 795, Brunello Cucinelli, NYC); Tod’s White Competition Sneakers ($ 625, tods.com); Leatherology Kessler Large Signature Duffle ($ 365, leatherology.com).

 

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Steve Madden Blames Coronavirus for Fashion Spat, But All’s Forgiven

Steve Madden seems to be laying part of the blame for his fashion fracas with fellow designer Stacey Bendet at the feet of the coronavirus — but all’s well that ends well, right?! The retail mogul wasn’t in all that much of a chatty mood Wednesday…

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SeanCody Touts Fashion Collab With Christopher Lee Sauvé

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Kenneth Ize Steps Up With Paris Fashion Week Debut

PARIS — This time last year, Kenneth Ize was preparing to showcase his work in Paris as one of the semifinalists of the LVMH Prize for Young Designers. Twelve months on, he’s gearing up for his first runway show in the French capital, to be held on the opening day of Paris Fashion Week.
“I wasn’t expecting this to come that soon, so it’s just an amazing journey,” marveled the Nigerian designer, who made it to the finals of the LVMH Prize. Though he didn’t leave with an award, the connections he made in Paris have opened many doors, with Ize’s retail network doubling to 18 stores for the spring 2020 season.
Having shown at Arise Fashion Week last April, he’s ready to bring his gender-fluid collection to a bigger stage, with the support of Naomi Campbell, who co-owns the fashion week held in Lagos. The British model is expected at the Paris show, to be held at the Palais de Tokyo on Feb. 24, though whether she will model for Ize again, or sit in the front row, is undecided.
“I just need to grow this brand and I need to open it to investors,” Ize said of his decision to show in

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FIT’s Joyce Brown Takes Several Steps to Deal with Fallout of MFA Fashion Show

Joyce F. Brown, president of Fashion Institute of Technology, released a new statement Friday evening to the FIT community updating the steps the college has taken and continues to take in response to the fallout of the MFA Fashion show on Feb. 7.
As reported, during that show, model Amy Lefevre refused to wear accessories she considered racist that FIT graduate Junkai Huang showed with his looks. She walked the runway without them and told WWD she felt uncomfortable wearing them. Earlier this week, Brown issued a lengthy apology to those who participated in the show, to students and those who were offended by what they saw. The accessories, in question, were large prosthetic ears and lips and bushy eyebrows
“This moment, in our minds, is not about closing a chapter and letting wounds heal. It is the beginning of accountability. And we cannot expect our community to trust us without a full examination of how this came about,” said Brown in the new statement. She said FIT  has commissioned an independent investigation “of ourselves.”
“Bond, Schoeneck & King, an external law firm, will immediately conduct a thorough and objective probe into the incident, including what led up to the show and what followed,”

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Kendall Jenner Hits Up Magazine Party in London for Fashion Week

Kendall Jenner and a bunch of her hotshot gals had quite a love affair in London. Kendall was among the many stars who hit up LOVE Magazine’s party Monday night at The Standard to wrap up London Fashion Week. Fashion Week now moves on to Milan but…

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Damon Dash Sues Ex-Wife for Fraud Over Fashion Line Payments

Damon Dash says his ex-wife, Rachel Roy, has been hiding stacks of cash that are rightfully his — the fruits of her fashion company’s labors — so he’s suing her for fraud. Dame is pissed off about the Rachel Roy Brands of clothes — which include…

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Miley Cyrus Makes Surprise Walk at New York Fashion Week

Miley Cyrus damn near brought New York Fashion Week to a halt with a surprise runway appearance … thanks to a super-hot ensemble. Miley closed out Marc Jacobs’ fall/winter 2020 runway show Wednesday night in NYC … much to everyone’s delight.…

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Extinction Rebellion disrupts London Fashion Week

Climate change activists targeted London Fashion Week on Saturday morning, blocking roads leading to the event’s main hub. Francesca Lynagh reports.


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Central Saint Martins MA Fashion Champions Recycling and Craftsmanship

LONDON — Central Saint Martins showcased its best design talents from the class of 2020 MA Fashion course on Friday with a 5G theme flashy high-tech projection sponsored by Three. Yet somehow, the microphone didn’t work during the winner announcement.
Women’s wear designer Sarah McCormack from Dumfries, Scotland and American Chinese designer Leeann Huang stood out from the 21 designers who made it to the graduate show and took home the grand prize L’Oréal Professional Creative Award.
Fabio Piras, course director of Central Saint Martins MA Fashion, said Huang was awarded for the research she went through while McCormack was “a fantastic choice,” as she manages to create couture-level beauty with rejects, all done by hand.
Huang’s graduate collection is a colorful nostalgic trip back to her childhood. “The future seems very bleak to me. Through my research, I was looking at different things that used to make me happy as a child. Mostly through cartoons like ‘The Powerpuff Girls,’ or ‘Charlie’s Angels,’ which painted a very positive feminist future,” she said, adding that she would like to get a job in Europe, and not return to the U.S. and President Trump.
McCormack’s collection is rich in textiles. “I started with a base and

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LACMA Art + Film Gala 2019 Red Carpet Fashion: See Every Look as the Stars Arrive

Brie Larson, 2019 LACMA Art and Film GalaCategory is… Gucci!
The 2019 LACMA Art + Film Gala is officially underway tonight in Los Angeles, an annual museum fundraiser that continues to grow in star power. This year’s…


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Art Photography from Window Reflections

Richard Carlton London

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: April 21, 2017

Publisher: Richard Carlton London

Seller: Rick London


Although far from a pedestrian collection of photographs, these are taken as a pedestrian with an iPhone. With very few exceptions, all the photographs are untouched by effects. Each image comes alive through a combination of elements, separately or together: the time of day, angle of sun, the color and quality of the glass, surface heat and length of shot, interior colors, exterior motion, lines and space of subjects, people, displays, height, reflection and of course how clean the glass. All of these elements play a part in the composition.  The images are fleeting. Coming together one day and disappearing the following day. Next time you walk down the street, see what reflective view you can capture through your landscape, urban or rural, and share with me and others.

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The Fall Fashion Essentials Every Outdoorsman Needs for a Weekend Getaway

November, for many, marks the final opportunity to pitch a tent in the woods, take a hike up to a lofty summit, or fly-fish for trout. And as the days get shorter and colder, bundling up for the outdoors becomes the no.1 priority. But just because you have to layer up doesn’t mean you can’t don the latest fall fashion essentials.

When you’re planning a weekend getaway, be sure to pack more than the latest technical gear for your active pursuits. These new fall fashions are the perfect fit for any adventure—and happen to look great, too. Whether you’re in knee-deep water on the creek or climbing in search of a great view, some fall fashion pieces are ideal for any environment.


Our 2019 Fall Fashion Preview, Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

Fashionable Must-haves for Fly-fishing (above)

Filson Sherpa Fleece Jacket ($ 165, filson.com); John Varvatos Star USA Randy Sport Shirt ($ 168, johnvarvatos.com); Eddie Bauer Mountain Ops Canvas Pants ($ 149, eddiebauer.com); LaCrosse Snake Country Boot ($ 170, lacrossefootwear.com).

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Cozy Staples for Cabin Getaways

Rag & Bone Garage Jacket ($ 795, rag-bone.com); Woolrich Flannel Overshirt ($ 110, woolrich.com).


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A Stylish Getup for Hiking

Belstaff Patrol Waxed Jacket ($ 850, belstaff.com); O.N.S Austin Mixed Media Shirt ($ 148, onsclothing.com); Bally Techno Fabric Cargo Trousers ($ 650, bally.com) and Cutter Boots ($ 850, bally.com).

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A Casual Outfit for Road Trips and Camping

Buck Mason Denim Two Pocket Field Shirt ($ 125, buckmason.com); ROKA Barton Sunglasses ($ 145, roka.com); Lucky Brand Gallup Jacquard Overshirt ($ 100, luckybrand.com); Michael Kors Performance Cotton Crew ($ 40, macys.com); Paige Lennox Pant ($ 199, paige.com); Danner Bull Run Moc Toe ($ 190, danner.com).

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The Fall Fashion Essentials Every Outdoorsman Needs for a Weekend Getaway

November, for many, marks the final opportunity to pitch a tent in the woods, take a hike up to a lofty summit, or fly-fish for trout. And as the days get shorter and colder, bundling up for the outdoors becomes the no.1 priority. But just because you have to layer up doesn’t mean you can’t don the latest fall fashion essentials.

When you’re planning a weekend getaway, be sure to pack more than the latest technical gear for your active pursuits. These new fall fashions are the perfect fit for any adventure—and happen to look great, too. Whether you’re in knee-deep water on the creek or climbing in search of a great view, some fall fashion pieces are ideal for any environment.


Our 2019 Fall Fashion Preview, Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

Fashionable Must-haves for Fly-fishing (above)

Filson Sherpa Fleece Jacket ($ 165, filson.com); John Varvatos Star USA Randy Sport Shirt ($ 168, johnvarvatos.com); Eddie Bauer Mountain Ops Canvas Pants ($ 149, eddiebauer.com); LaCrosse Snake Country Boot ($ 170, lacrossefootwear.com).

Grooming by Ellin Guhin for See Management
Chris Callaway for Men's Journal

Cozy Staples for Cabin Getaways

Rag & Bone Garage Jacket ($ 795, rag-bone.com); Woolrich Flannel Overshirt ($ 110, woolrich.com).


Designer Billy Reid on How to Look Fit and the One Thing Every Guy Should Do Before a Big Event

Grooming by Ellin Guhin for See Management
Chris Callaway for Men's Journal

A Stylish Getup for Hiking

Belstaff Patrol Waxed Jacket ($ 850, belstaff.com); O.N.S Austin Mixed Media Shirt ($ 148, onsclothing.com); Bally Techno Fabric Cargo Trousers ($ 650, bally.com) and Cutter Boots ($ 850, bally.com).

Grooming by Ellin Guhin for See Management
Chris Callaway for Men's Journal

A Casual Outfit for Road Trips and Camping

Buck Mason Denim Two Pocket Field Shirt ($ 125, buckmason.com); ROKA Barton Sunglasses ($ 145, roka.com); Lucky Brand Gallup Jacquard Overshirt ($ 100, luckybrand.com); Michael Kors Performance Cotton Crew ($ 40, macys.com); Paige Lennox Pant ($ 199, paige.com); Danner Bull Run Moc Toe ($ 190, danner.com).

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Two Dozen Companies Join Kering-Led Fashion Pact

PARIS – The Fashion Pact is gaining traction.
Farfetch, Mango, Bally and El Corte Inglés are among 24 companies in the fashion and textile sector that have signed on to the environmental initiative spearheaded by French luxury group Kering, bringing the total number of signatories to 56 and the number of brands involved to around 250, Kering said on Friday.
Representatives of the companies that signed the pledge gathered in Paris on Thursday for their first working meeting since the agreement was presented by Kering chairman and chief executive officer François-Henri Pinault at the Group of Seven summit hosted by France in Biarritz in August.
Discussions focused on the governance of the Fashion Pact, organizing the work to be carried out by its members, and translating their commitments – which include eliminating single-use plastics, using renewable energy and promoting regenerative agriculture practices – into practical goals.
The new members are Auchan Retail, Bally, Calzedonia Group, Celio, Darmartex Group, Decathlon, El Corte Inglés, Eralda, Etam Group, Farfetch, Figaret, Gant, Geox, Groupe Beaumanoir, Groupe Eram, GTS Group, Kiabi, Lady Lawyer Fashion Archive, Mango, Nana Judy, Paul & Joe, Promod, Spartoo-Andre and the Visuality Corporation.
They join the likes of H&M, Inditex, Adidas, Nike, Capri Holdings, Gap, PVH,

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Laura Brown Awarded the Australian Fashion Laureate

SYDNEY — Laura Brown has been awarded the top honor at the annual Australian Fashion Laureate Awards in Sydney.
Revealed at a function at Café Sydney on Wednesday, the Australian Fashion Laureate is bestowed each year on an Australian fashion figure in recognition of outstanding career achievement.
Unable to make it down for the event, Brown made an appearance via a pre-recorded video. “I’ve been gone 18 years now and just to be recognized by home, by people who I love and a place that formed this little gal, I’m so deeply, deeply honored,” she told WWD by phone from the U.S. “In my industry there’s a lot of stuff [accolades] thrown around willy-nilly a lot of the time and I know that this isn’t and it really means a lot to me because of that, because it feels serious and it feels appreciative.”
Born in Australia, but based in New York since 2001, Brown spent 11 years at Harper’s Bazaar, before her appointment as InStyle editor in chief in 2016.
Brown has retained close ties to the Australian fashion industry. She was a founding board member of the Australian Fashion Foundation, which was cofounded in 2009 by two other Australian expatriates, New York-based publicist Malcolm

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The Return of the Fashion Bra

Ath-leisure has affected nearly every realm of fashion. Consumers prioritize comfort when constructing their wardrobes⁠ — even in innerwear.  
It started with the bralette trend in 2015. Women in search of comfort were ditching their underwires. As the #MeToo Movement picked up steam a few years later, the trend continued. More and more women were determined to buy clothes⁠ — especially lingerie⁠ — that was functional and comfortable; the opposite of bras and panties designed for the male gaze. 
Add to that the explosion of the inclusivity movement, with brands offering a wider range of sizes and skin tones. The effect was a muting of the lingerie color wheel. Vibrant reds were replaced with softer shades of pale pinks and purples in simplistic styles, as can be seen in ads for brands like ThirdLove, American Eagle Outfitters’ Aerie and True & Co. 
But then something happened. Shoppers realized the options were basic. In the world of innerwear, pale pinks and baby-blue hues dominated the assortment. 
Now fashion — along with comfort — is staging a comeback in the intimates industry. And a lot of it has to do with the effects of streetwear. 
“The number-one trend I’m seeing in lingerie is the influence of streetwear,

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Gucci to Return to Men’s Fashion Week

MILAN — Milan Fashion Week Men’s is three months away, but it’s getting an unexpected boost, courtesy of Gucci. The Italian fashion brand will be returning to the January edition with a men’s wear show to be held on Jan. 14, after deciding to go coed in 2017. That would be the last day of the next edition, as Milan Fashion Week Men’s is slated to run Jan. 10 to 14, 2020.
In a letter sent to Italy’s Camera della Moda president Carlo Capasa, Marco Bizzarri, president and chief executive officer of Gucci, thanking the fashion association for the invitation to return to Milan Fashion Week Men’s, said “the Milan fashion shows embody the strength and beauty of Made in Italy. Milan Fashion Week is a central event in the fashion world’s calendar and confirms Italy’s fundamental role — for creativity and manufacturing alike — in the luxury sector.”
Bizzarri underscored that the “act of solidarity” of the companies taking part in Milan Fashion Week “have already demonstrated their capacity to work together with a common goal: to make women’s fashion week ever more beautiful, innovative and authoritative, this is what happened last month.” This is a reference to how the Camera

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Gucci to Return to Men’s Fashion Week

GUCCI’S CHOICE: Milan Men’s Fashion Week is three months away, but it’s getting an unexpected boost, courtesy of Gucci. The Italian fashion brand will be returning to the January edition with a men’s wear show, after deciding to go coed in 2017. Since then, the Italian fashion company has opted to present its collections during women’s fashion week in February and September. “It seems only natural to me to present my men’s and women’s collections together. It’s the way I see the world today,” said Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele at the time.
A date for the January show has not been set yet.
However, things are changing, and after a number of slimmer men’s fashion week calendars, more labels could perhaps be enticed to follow Gucci’s example. Camera Nazionale della Moda has been working on shaking up the status quo and in July it revealed Milan Fashion Week would present different show calendars going forward. Some key Italian fashion players agreed to rotate slots in upcoming seasons to favor a more balanced calendar to benefit the system and the city. As a result, during the latest women’s Milan Fashion Week edition in September, Prada staged its show in the afternoon of the first day of shows,

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Burberry Partners With The RealReal in the Name of Circular Fashion

LONDON — Against of a backdrop of climate change protests and luxury companies ramping up their sustainability initiatives, Burberry has partnered with luxury consignment marketplace The RealReal in an effort to promote a circular economy in fashion.
According to Burberry, the partnership is a means of educating and directing consumers who wish to consign their Burberry items, or to shop for old Burberry pieces, on The RealReal’s site.
“We hope to not only champion a more circular future, but encourage consumers to consider all the options available to them when they’re looking to refresh their wardrobes,” said Pam Batty, vice president of corporate responsibility at Burberry.
Burberry won’t be providing any of its unsold stock, or giving the consignor any exclusive products. Instead, the company has chosen to reward TheRealReal customers who purchase consigned Burberry products more chances to shop the brand via an exclusive personal shopping experience in one of its 18 stores across the U.S.
According to the luxury label, the personal shopping experience will include Champagne and high tea and a personal selection of new Burberry products to shop from, including their latest collection of more than 109 looks.
Like many luxury brands, Burberry has moved to become more sustainable.
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Leonard A. Lauder to Be Honored at Lincoln Center Corporate Fund Fashion Gala

Leonard Lauder is to be honored at the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund Fashion Gala in New York on Nov. 18.
Lauder, the chairman emeritus of The Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., has been named the recipient of the Women’s Leadership Award “for his lifelong dedication to supporting women and his commitment to public and philanthropic service,” a release stated.
“An Evening Honoring Leonard A. Lauder” will take place at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, featuring a performance by Jennifer Hudson and a conversation between Lauder and Tom Ford, fashion designer, chairman of the board of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and a member of the Lauder stable of beauty brands. The gala is being co-chaired by Steven Swartz, president and chief executive officer of Hearst and chairman of the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund, and Glenda Bailey, editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar.
“I am deeply touched and honored to receive the Women’s Leadership Award and to celebrate the incredible programs supported by the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund that bring inspiration and creativity to this city we all love,” Lauder said. “I have been fortunate to have been mentored by, and to have worked with, some of the most brilliant women in the beauty

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Fall Fashion Edit: The Most Stylish Eyeglasses You Can Buy Online

We’re a culture that thrives on instant gratification. Shopping is evidence of that. Why make a trip to a brick-and-mortar store when you can browse for everyday essentials from your couch, then have them delivered to your door in a matter of days? For some time there were exceptions to this convenience. For instance, buying prescription eyeglasses required multiple visits to get an eye exam, work with an optician to find a flattering pair of frames, then wait for them to be made before you could get prescription eyeglasses. But now, you can bypass the middleman. So long as you have a current prescription (yes, you still need a yearly eye exam), you can upload your script and get a pair of eyeglasses shipped right to you.

We spoke with Kim Nemser, vice president of product strategy at Warby Parker, the brand that started the craze, for some must-know tips and tricks. Once you’re armed with the necessary knowledge, check out our favorite new frames of fall 2019. They’ll give you the fresh start you need.

The Best Styles for Each Face Shape

Geometry plays a considerable role, but you ultimately want to pick frames that look and feel good. “Beyond considering your face shape, it’s important to consider the width of your face, especially with optical frames,” says Nemser. “Wide frames can overwhelm narrow features, and frames that are too narrow can result in an incorrect fit.” Here’s the quick and dirty on the most flattering frames for your face shape:

Round: “Try a graphic frame,” Nemser says. “Think: a rectangular pair with more pronounced angles and edges.”
Diamond/Square: “Juxtaposition is key,” Nemser explains. “With an angular shape, go with a style that has softer edges. Round-lensed frames balance out strong jawlines or cheekbones.”
Heart: “Heart-shaped faces can pull off the aviator style—a tried-and-true shape with smooth lines that complements a wider forehead,” Nemser says.
Oval: “An oval-shaped face is great for most frames, since the ratio of your facial features is balanced,” Nemser says.

Choosing Colors to Match Your Skin Tone and Hair

You’ve probably heard that cooler skin tones look best in blues and greens, while reds and oranges flatter warmer skin tones, but there’s no hard and fast rule with eyeglasses. “Frame color is usually a personal preference, based off what people are most drawn to,” Nemser says. “Green has been trending in the market, and we introduced a ‘rosemary crystal’ this August. We’ve also seen bold tortoises, matte colorways, and graphic two-toned acetates continuing to do well.”

Embrace Your Quirks, Know Your Fit

It’s easy to assume you just need to tighten the arms of your glasses in order to ensure a proper fit, but there’s actually more at play here. Here’s how to tell if you’ve found a pair of well-fitting frames, according to Nemser:

Pupils are near the center of each lens
Lenses don’t extend past the sides of your face
Eyebrows are above the glasses
Temples sit comfortably on your ears (and aren’t too tight or too loose)
When you smile, your cheeks don’t push the frames up

“We know how important it is to find the right fit, so we offer a few no-risk ways to try on frames before purchasing,” Nemser adds. “Through our Home Try-On program, we’ll send you five frames for free to try on for size. If instant gratification is your thing, you can try on frames virtually through our app on an iPhone X. Alternatively, pop into any one of of our retail locations, and our advisors are happy to help—plus we offer a 30-day, no-hassle return policy for any frame purchase.”

Note that brands have sizing options—like wide and narrow fits—depending on the frame. For instance, Warby Parker has “low-bridge” fit for people with low nose bridges (if the bridge of your nose sits level with or below the pupils), wide faces, and/or high cheekbones. “They help keep frames from sliding down your face, resting on your cheeks, or pinching,” she explains. All of those factors indicate an improper fit.

“We also offer variations in nose pads (for less tension and to reduce slipping), lens tilt (to provide space between the cheekbones and the frames), and curved temples (creating a roomy fit, reducing pinching and any pain).” That said, if you’ve struggled to find comfortable frames in the past, it’s worth going to a brick-and-mortar store rather than shopping online so a professional can help you optimize your frames.

Consider a Specialty Lens

For the most part, it’s always best to consult an optometrist if you’re unsure whether you want a specific lens. “We offer blue-light-filtering lenses for everyday wear, for those who want to protect their eyes from UVA rays, UVB rays, and blue light,” Nemser says. “They filter more blue light from the sun and other sources than standard polycarbonate lenses and can be added to any frames with or without a prescription. For those who wear glasses every day, our standard lens options are treated with anti-reflective, scratch-resistant coatings, and come standard with impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses that block 100% of UVA and UVB rays.”

Tips for the At-home, Try-on Process

“At Warby Parker, we usually recommend starting with the quiz to get a sense of what frame shape, fit, and colors work best for you,” Nemser says. “Once you receive the glasses, you have five days to try them on for size. We recommend wearing each pair for an hour or so to get a feel for the fit. Sharing photos or consulting a friend (or even our Customer Experience team) is encouraged when making a style decision.”

What to Do if Your Eyeglasses Need an Adjustment

“All Warby Parker stores offer free adjustments by trained opticians onsite to ensure your glasses or sunglasses are the perfect fit,” Nemser says. “If there’s not a retail location nearby, we’ll reimburse you the cost of one adjustment (up to $ 50) within 30 days of purchase.”

Oslo by ROKA

ROKA is ideal for guys who want a pair of specs that can keep up with active pursuits—be it boxing, cycling, or CrossFit. The brand uses a patented elastomer along the temple and nose pads that mimics the stickiness of a gecko’s feet, providing a no-slip grip no matter how sweaty you get. This round silhouette will flatter most, but it’s especially great for people with angular features—i.e. a diamond or square face shape. 

[$ 195; roka.com]

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Felix by Warby Parker

Warby Parker is your best bet for a variety of styles, colors, and materials. And as we highlighted above, pretty much guarantees you’ll love your frames what with their online quiz, at-home try-on process, and 30-day return policy. The Felix frame falls between a round and square style, so it’s a stellar match for most face shapes. The acetate comes in classic and trending colors—like Pacific Crystal shown here—and is brand new for fall 2019. 

[Starting at $ 95; warbyparker.com]

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Burberry frame via LensCrafters

Shop LensCrafters for frames from designers you know and love. The selection isn’t huge, but the upside to that is it isn’t overwhelming. The site is user-friendly, with an index of information on each style, like the frame size, material, shape, and what face shape they’ll look best on. This rectangular Burberry BE2298 frame is an excellent choice to offset round or oval faces. 

[from $ 240; lenscrafters.com]

 

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Yucca Aviator Glasses by Zenni Optical

Zenni Optical is a one-stop shop for the guy who wants it all. Need a frame with lenses that block UV and blue light, or a clip-on pair that has a detachable sunshade? You’ll find it all here. You can also shop for kids’ frames, and the site has an exhaustive amount of information on everything from ordering glasses online to workspace progressives. Heart-shaped faces do well with aviator styles; the shape balances out a wider forehead.

[from $ 29.95; zennioptical.com]

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Zenith by Ambr Eyewear

If you’re in the market for blue-light blocking glasses, select a style from Ambr Eyewear. Most brands’ options have orange-tinted lenses that can alter your color perception, but these look like typical eyeglasses (whether you’re wearing them or someone’s admiring from afar). The rounded shape of these Zenith frames will soften the angular features of a square face.

[from $ 62; ambreyewear.com]

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Gigi Hadid Confronts Chanel Runway Crasher at Paris Fashion Week

Gigi Hadid allowed a woman who jumped on the runway at Chanel’s spring 2020 show to have her fun for a few seconds … but then she stepped up and booted her ass out. The woman — who’s been ID’d as a YouTube comedian known as Marie S’Infiltre –…

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Cardi B Wears Purple Latex During Paris Fashion Week

Cardi B is all about using protection … because she stepped out in France wearing nothing but purple latex. The “Bodak Yellow” rapper is overseas for Paris Fashion Week, and she’s oozing sex appeal with her wild latex look … showing off her…

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L’Oréal Paris Hosts Third Fashion Show

L’Oréal Paris’ third fashion show, held Saturday evening at the majestic Paris Mint, began with a drumroll. Six-hundred guests, with Naomi Campbell, Olga Kurylenko and Louise Bourgoin sitting in the front row, waited for 32 of the brand’s ambassadors to make their entrances on the circular stage.
Helen Mirren, Andie MacDowell and Eva Longoria were among the star-studded cast taking part in the show, which was set to original music performed live by a 40-piece orchestra. But before that began, the women shared with WWD their thoughts on sustainability.
Mirren, walking for L’Oréal Paris for the second time, was scared of tripping over her dress, as was Amber Heard, a first-timer. “I’m terrified of falling down,” revealed Mirren, whose recent projects include HBO’s “Catherine the Great” and “The Good Liar.” “I’m wearing this gorgeous Giambattista Valli dress. It’s very, very floaty — lots of stuff to get tangled in and fall over.”
Mirren drew parallels between runway and stage work. “It is theater,” she said. “I’m a theater girl. I want to be on stage.”
Mirren loves the backstage fashion-show experience. “It’s all chaos, and yet somehow they make sense of it, and then you line up and they go ‘OK, go,’” she said.

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Cardi B Shows Up to Paris Fashion Week in Head-to-Toe Full Bodysuit

Cardi B is taking a page right out of Charlie Day’s game day playbook — donning a full body suit that covers every inch of her from head-to-toe. CB was spotted — or heard, more like — in the City of Love Saturday, right in the middle of Paris…

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The Celebrity Fashion Looks That Went Viral in 2019 — So Far

Celebrity red-carpet looks are making headlines more than ever.
This year, many of today’s buzziest celebrities have used their red-carpet appearances to showcase high fashion looks, creating viral moments that have stuck in the cultural lexicon.
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Vintage looks — ones by Thierry Mugler, to be specific — made a comeback on the likes of Cardi B and Kim Kardashian, while other celebrities such as Elizabeth Hurley and Jennifer Lopez celebrated their own iconic Versace dresses of the Nineties and early Aughts with reimagined versions.
From Timothée Chalamet’s glam satin silver suit to Katie Holmes’ cashmere cardigan with matching bra, here are the celebrity fashion looks that went viral in 2019, so far.
Cardi B in Thierry Mugler, February 2019

Cardi B wears vintage 1995 Thierry Mugler at the Grammys. 
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Possibly her most dramatic red-carpet dress to date, Cardi B surprised everyone at the 2019 Grammy Awards in a vintage Thierry Mugler Venus sheath dress from 1995.
The fashion look was months in the making, starting in September 2018 when Cardi B’s stylist, Kollin Carter, direct-messaged the Mugler brand on Instagram. Carter and Cardi B were soon after invited to Mugler creative director Casey Cadwallader’s debut runway

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Portugal’s Moura pays tribute to cod fishermen at Milan Fashion close

Portuguese designer Alexandra Moura closed Milan Fashion Week presenting a spring collection inspired by the sea. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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EXCLUSIVE: Ramdane Touhami Introduces Fashion Game and New Creative Agency

GAME ON: Fashion’s a game, literally, for entrepreneur Ramdane Touhami, who created a board game called Art, Recherche & Industrie to mark the official launch of his creative agency of the same name.
“It’s kind of a Monopoly of fashion and design,” he told WWD on Monday, the day before he would host a fete in Paris for the kickoff. “The idea of this game is you go around exactly like in Monopoly. You have to build your first store, your flagship store. And after, in the rules, we wrote clearly you have to be the richest. Don’t be nice to anyone, they’re all hypocrites.”
Three hundred of the artisanally designed games are being produced for Touhami to gift. “This is sarcastic fun, but it’s still fun,” he said.
The “franc mode” currency ranges from 100 FM bills to 50,000 FM bills, which feature portraits of famous fashion figures, including Gabrielle Chanel and Jeanne Lanvin.
As players pass go, they collect 20,000 FM in salary. Here, the roads are named after tony shopping streets, like Rue Cambon, Fifth Avenue and Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The three other corner squares of the board are Burn-Out, CEO Bonus and Holidays Simple Weekend.
Money and turns can be gained or

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A Look Back at Balmain’s Fashion Collaborations

Balmain’s makeup collection with Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Cosmetics might be one of the buzziest collaborations of the season, but it certainly isn’t the first for the designer brand.
During his eight-year tenure as creative director of the brand, Olivier Rousteing has teamed with a number of other brands, including H&M, Victoria’s Secret and L’Oréal Paris.
Rousteing also doesn’t shy away from a celebrity collaboration. Known for his social media savviness — and his “Balmain Army,” which includes many of Jenner’s family members in addition to models Gigi Hadid and Jourdan Dunn, among others — Rousteing has also worked with Beyoncé and Cara Delevingne on a number of campaigns and collections.
Read on for more of Balmain’s fashion collaborations through the years.
Balmain x H&M

Kendall Jenner models a look from the Balmain x H&M collection. 
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Balmain joined the lengthy roster of designer brands to collaborate with fast-fashion retailer H&M in 2015, which Rousteing generated buzz for on social media with #HMBalmaination.
The collection was initially unveiled at the Billboard Music Awards, where Rousteing, Kendall Jenner and Jourdan Dunn walked the red carpet wearing pieces from the collaboration. Balmain and H&M then debuted the full line a few days later at a runway show in New York,

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Tmall Brings Chinese Fashion to MFW

The appeal of Chinese consumers is causing international fashion companies to increasingly explore the market, but Chinese fashion has been less in the spotlight.
Alibaba Group’s Tmall, China’s premiere business-to-consumer platform for brands and retailers, has brought two labels from the country to Milan Fashion Week, aiming to expand their and the country’s international visibility in fashion.
Part of the “Tmall China Cool” roving initiative which touched down in New York earlier this month during NYFW: The Shows and will hit Paris next week, the showcase displayed the spring collections of Shushu/Tong and Yirantian.
“The reason why we wanted to do the Tmall China project is that there’s so much young creativity coming out of China and actually these designers have studied in Europe and have worked for other European brands,” explained Christina Fontana, director for fashion and luxury Europe at Alibaba Group, ahead of the show. “They bring that knowledge back to China, mixing it with their culture and capabilities to really build something new.”
Shanghai-based Shushu/Tong was established in 2015 by design duo Liushu Lei and Yutong Jiang, both graduates of the London College of Fashion. After cutting their teeth at Simone Rocha and Gareth Pugh, respectively, they launched their own brand,

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Jennifer Lopez Brings Back Iconic Dress for Versace Fashion Show

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EXCLUSIVE: L’Oréal Paris Fashion Show Planned for Paris Mint

IN MINT CONDITION: Helen Mirren, Andie MacDowell, Eva Longoria, Camila Cabello and Amber Heard are among the women who will walk L’Oréal Paris’ runway show, scheduled to be held at the Paris Mint on Sept. 28 at 6 p.m., during Paris Fashion Week.
It’s the third edition of the event hosted by L’Oréal Paris, which is an official partner of Paris Fashion Week.

The poster for L’Oréal Paris’ show. 
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“L’Oréal Paris is proud to unite an exceptional group of spokespeople to the catwalk, from award-winning actresses and singers to gold-medal athletes and top models, who embody self-empowerment,” the brand said in a statement.
“L’Oréal Paris is back with its Défilé, a spectacular runway show in the Monnaie de Paris, one of the city’s most historic settings,” said Delphine Viguier-Hovasse, L’Oréal Paris’ global brand president, in the statement. “The return of Le Défilé reaffirms our ties to the world of fashion through partnerships with both emerging designers and internationally renowned fashion houses. On this occasion, we are proud to unite our global family of inspirational women in celebration of beauty excellence and inclusivity.”
Thirty-two spokespeople will appear in L’Oréal Paris’ show. They will wear looks fashioned by 10 designer brands, including AMI Alexandre Mattiussi, Atlein,

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Cross crossing catwalks and the world; model shares her New York Fashion Week journey

New Zealand model Jordan Daniels talks about the highs and lows of being a fashion model. Rough cut (no reporter narration)


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Etro to Take Over Milan’s Bice Restaurant During Fashion Week

CHEZ ETRO: The Etro family knows the art of hospitality.
For the upcoming Milan Fashion Week, the Italian label is partnering with Bice, one of the city’s historical restaurants, setting up the location on Via Borgospesso with flamboyantly decorated items from the brand’s home and textile collection, as well as with pieces from the family’s private collection.
The Etro takeover will run Sept. 16 to 22.
Marking the collaboration, Etro will provide tablecloths decorated with two of its signature prints. They include a cotton fabric featuring the 1981 design called Jais, which is splashed with the paisley motif punctuated by roses and a multicolor, patchwork-style linen cloth dubbed Spring from the 1993 collection. The latter matches checkered patterns with paisley and delicate floral motifs.
Additionally, the Etro family will lend pieces from its private art and furnishing collections, including silver and glass vases, centerpieces and paintings dating back to the 19th century conveying a chic atmosphere.
“Etro is [like] Milan: industrious, reserved, to be discovered and a lover of quality. These are values that our family has always shared with Bice, which for us is like home. A special house that, if possible, we wanted to make even more intimate and welcoming,” said Jacopo Etro,

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Revving Up for London Fashion Week With Dilara Findikoglu, Michael Halpern and Richard Quinn

LONDON — Designers Dilara Findikoglu, Michael Halpern and Richard Quinn are some of the most colorful, best-known names on the London Fashion Week schedule, even though their labels are still young.
Known for his colorful prints, big volumes and dramatic runway shows, Quinn is looking to up the ante this season, adding texture to his clothes by turning prints into embroideries and making his silhouettes even more dramatic.
“The show is as important as the set, the music, the choreography. We like having emotion in our shows and actually wanting people to feel something, so hopefully [this season] will have the same effect,” said Quinn.
He’s also putting a focus on creating more couture-like garments that can withstand the test of time. “I’m hopefully turning [my] prints into really extra extravagant and almost archive-like pieces,” he said.
Halpern, too, has been getting experimental with his designs. While he’s known for being a sequin-studded brand, the designer has been introducing new materials to create the same high-shine sequined and glamorous effect.
“It’s been interesting for me to see how to translate that magpie mentality that we have here into something that’s not solely sequins,” said Halpern. He’s been weaving, draping and pleating with lamé to create

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Orion Rolls Out 13 New Men’s Fetish Fashion Styles

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EXCLUSIVE: AMI to Hold Shanghai Fashion Show 

PARIS — For its first fashion show outside of France, AMI is headed to Shanghai. Signaling a fresh Asian thrust for the brand, the show will be held on Oct. 12, preceded by pop-up stores in Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu, which will open on Oct. 1.
“We’re heading into our ninth year and the number nine is a lucky number for me so we decided to celebrate this anniversary rather than the 10th,” Alexandre Mattiussi, AMI creative director, told WWD.
Mattiussi, who showed his label’s first collection in January 2011, said the label has a certain resonance in Asia.
“It’s a French designer at an affordable price point,” is how chief executive officer Nicolas Santi-Weil described the label’s positioning. Mattiussi started the label because “he loved beautiful things but he felt a little disconnected with reality because all the garments he was designing were sold at a price point that he could not afford himself,” said Santi-Weil, recalling the designer’s days at Givenchy.  
“AMI is appreciated in Asia because it’s a Parisian postcard,” said Mattiussi. At the same time, he said he might make small adjustments, like changing a fabric or a certain color. 
“We continue the story we started in Europe, it’s uninterrupted, the

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Jenelle Evans and David Eason Pushing Cosmetics at New York Fashion Week

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Tommy Hilfiger, Zendaya transform Harlem’s Apollo Theater for N.Y Fashion Week

The duo teams up for the final time for a new fall 2019 collection of 70’s inspired clothing.


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Kendall Jenner Dines in NYC as She Sits Out New York Fashion Week

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Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel Fashion Show Celebrated in Rizzoli Book

Karl Lagerfeld’s most fantastical Chanel fashion show sets are the subject of the upcoming Rizzoli book “Lagerfeld: The Chanel Shows.”
A collection of images by English photographer Simon Procter, the book documents many of the late Chanel designer’s runways from the last 10 years, including his very last collection for the fall 2019 ready-to-wear season — shown at the Grand Palais, designed to resemble a snowy Alpine ski resort — two weeks after his death.

“Lagerfeld: The Chanel Shows” book cover 
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As Lagerfeld once stated, his set design ideas would come to him in his sleep. Procter’s images reflect the grandeur of these sets, including when the Grand Palais was transformed into a tropical beach, a 100-foot-high waterfall and a rocket ship, to name a few.
Procter also gives a behind-the-scenes look at many of Lagerfeld’s shows, documenting intimate moments between the designer and his model muses.
“I was lucky enough to meet him many times over the years; it was always a delight and we always did great work,” Procter writes in the book’s preface. “The two things I remember most were that he always personally greeted everyone in the room. The other, that he was very, very funny. Many times whoever was

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Why Fashion Documentaries Are Ready For Their Close-up

 It took more than 30 years before award-winning documentary filmmaker Susan Lacy, a pioneer of biographical portraits of cultural giants, turned her camera on a fashion figure.
And she immediately understood the appeal of the milieu. “Fashion is something that most people have some interest in, and some opinion about,” she said. “And people are looking for a good story and a good subject.”
Her latest movie, “Very Ralph,” debuting on HBO on Nov. 12 and devoted to American fashion icon Ralph Lauren, headlines another bumper crop of fashion documentaries out this year and underscores the growing popularity — and malleability — of the format.
Among the varied personalities also getting the treatment are Belgian iconoclast Martin Margiela, perhaps the most camera-shy designer of all time; Olivier Rousteing, creative director of Balmain, who documents his life incessantly on Instagram; Space Age couturier Pierre Cardin, also the subject of a retrospective now on at the Brooklyn Museum, and Chiara Ferragni, an influencer who parlayed her photo blog The Blonde Salad into a teeming lifestyle enterprise. The latter two movies are to be screened at the Venice International Film Festival.

Behind the scenes of the “Chiara Ferragni — Unposted” docu-film. 
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EXCLUSIVE: LVMH to Establish Karl Lagerfeld Fashion Prize

His legendary fashion career was ignited by an award. In his twilight years, he acted as a judge for the LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers, leaving most contenders starstruck.
And now he will be immortalized with a fashion prize in his name. LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton confirmed exclusively to WWD that its Special Prize will henceforth 
be named the Karl Lagerfeld Prize.
The first one is to be presented during the sixth edition of the contest on Sept. 4 at the Fondation Louis Vuitton.
“Karl Lagerfeld, creative director of the house of Fendi since 1965, 
was involved in the prize since its launch,” said Delphine Arnault, the force behind the high-profile design competition. “He was fully committed to it since Day One, 
transporting us with his enthusiasm and his energy, sharing with everyone, whether other jury members or candidates, his culture and his passion for fashion. We shall always cherish those precious moments.”
A key talent scout at the French luxury conglomerate and the number-two executive at its flagship Louis Vuitton brand, Arnault added that the Karl Lagerfeld Prize “naturally perpetuates the closeness we developed 
over the years and is a tribute to the man’s unique creative genius, to his ability to

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Our 2019 Fall Fashion Preview, Starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is joking—or maybe not—when he says that the title of his breakout movie should be Aquaman: I Watched It on a Plane. Evidently that’s what some people tell him upon learning that he played the villain Black Manta opposite Jason Momoa’s marine superhero. It made $ 1 billion, so folks saw it in theaters, too.

Haven’t flown much lately? Then maybe you recognize Abdul-Mateen II from his first role, playing Cadillac on Baz Luhrmann’s The Get Down, a Netflix series about the rise of hip-hop in the 1970s. You might also know him as Karl, the lead in the latest season of Black Mirror. Little kids who saw Abdul-Mateen II in The Greatest Showman opposite Hugh Jackman joyfully tackle him. Still not ringing any bells? Just wait for his starring role in an adaptation of DC Comics’ Watchmen on HBO, opposite Regina King, out in October.

 

 

In fairness, Google can’t quite place him, either. The search engine says he’s an architect. Here’s what happened: The now 33-year-old was an undergrad at U.C. Berkeley, studying architecture, the fulfillment of a childhood dream to be in construction like his father. (Rejected career choices, circa age 5, include: basketball player, boxer, race car—as in an actual automobile.) He needed an elective, and a teammate from track recommended he take acting. “At the end of the semester,” he says, “the teacher told me, ‘You know, you’re pretty good. You should take some more classes,’” He did.

So the man can act. And he wears the hell out of some retro-inspired clothes. They reflect his own just-over-the-top style. “In college, before a party,” he says, “I’d ask my roommates, ‘How does this look?’ They’d say, ‘Stupid.’ I’d say, ‘Good.’”


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Abdul-Mateen II wears two silver rings, one encircled by fleurs-de-lis, the symbol of New Orleans. He grew up there, before his family moved to the Bay Area.

He has with him two duffels. Those, and photos of his mother and late father, constitute the bulk of his immediate possessions. Abdul-Mateen II is a nomad, living on location or crashing among five older siblings.

Abdul-Mateen II’s family, and a few close friends, help him navigate his career. “I have to be careful,” he says. “Right now there are plenty of opportunities to say yes. I can get offered a role I should turn down, but think, ‘I can make that into something.’” He’s choosy about who he works with, like Jordan Peele, his director in Us and producer of Candyman, which Abdul-Mateen II is set to star in next year. Also indie filmmaker Zeresenay Mehari, who directed him and Dakota Fanning in the upcoming Sweetness in the Belly.

And Abdul-Mateen II is also writing a ton. It started on the set of Aquaman. He was scheduled to shoot at the very start of production and at the tail end. The middle three months was a slog of lifting weights just to stay in bad-guy shape. During lonely hours at the gym, he started dreaming up stories. “I lay out a blueprint,” he says, “with pictures on a board, lines connecting them, taking advantage of the fact that I think three-dimensionally.” He’s an architect, after all.


The Best Colognes and Scents You’ll Want to Wear All Year Long

It’s clear the star of HBO’s Watchmen is caught between up-and-coming and here-and-now. As for his style—that, you’ll see, is timeless. Here’s our 2019 fall fashion preview featuring Abdul-Mateen II; check the credits to get the looks for yourself.

Get the Look (shown above): Canali Unlined Double-breasted Coat ($ 3,650, canali.com); MSGM Turtleneck ($ 410, msgm.it); Tommy Hilfiger Icon Trucker Jacket ($ 169, usa .tommy.com); Levi’s Made & Crafted LMC 511 Jean ($ 148, levi.com)

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Get the look: Todd Snyder + Champion Satin Coach’s Jacket ($ 498, toddsnyder.com); Scotch & Soda Mixed Print Shirt ($ 88, select Scotch & Soda stores); Fendi Gray Knit Turtleneck ($ 750, fendi.com); Girard-Perregaux Laureato Absolute WW.TC Watch ($ 13,300, wempe.com); 3.1 Phillip Lim Classic Track Pants ($ 350, eastdane.com).

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Get the look: Louis Vuitton Double Layer Jacket ($ 4,390), Staples Edition Inside Out T-Shirt ($ 600), and Slim Pants ($ 1,060, select Louis Vuitton boutiques); Florsheim Palermo Plain Toe Gore Boot ($ 195, florsheim.com)

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Get the look: Ermenegildo Zegna XXX Cashmere and Wool Suit ($ 6,795, select Ermenegildo Zegna boutiques); PINK Shirtmaker Poplin Double Cuff Slim Shirt ($ 210, pinkshirt maker.com); TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 16 DD ($ 4,900, tagheuer.com)

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Get the look: Fendi Red Chain Cashmere Knit Sweater ($ 2,690, fendi.com); Dolce & Gabbana White Tank Top ($ 215, dolce gabbana.com); MSGM Pants ($ 445, msgm.it); Converse Chuck 70 High Top ($ 80, converse.com).

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Fashion 4 Development’s First Ladies Luncheon to Honor Carla Sozzani and the Alaïa Foundation

AN ALAÏA SALUTE: Fashion 4 Development is already gearing up for its First Ladies luncheon with a bevy of honorees. Carla Sozzani and the Azzedine Alaïa Foundation are at the top of that list as the recipient of the F4D Development award. She is president of the Azzedine Alaïa Foundation and founder of 10 Corso Como.
The Sept. 24 event will feature a tribute to Azzedine Alaïa and the Azzedine Alaïa Foundation complete with a runway show by Maison Alaïa. Twelve years ago, the company’s founder set out to convert his voluminous archives and holdings through the Association Azzedine Alaïa to become the Azzedine Alaïa Foundation. Sozzani and the late designer’s partner, Christophe Von Weyhe, have been instrumental in protecting his legacy. His collection is housed at 18 rue de la Verrerie in Paris, where he once lived and worked. Exhibitions are planned to share his work with future generations.
F4D founder Evie Evangelou said of Sozzani, “Carla is an extraordinary human being and she inspires goodness. Her sincere willingness to educate and bring her experience and knowledge to all, especially with fashion students through her work with the Alaïa foundation. It is a golden opportunity for all who have been touched by

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Kering-Led Fashion Pact Has 32 Signatories in Run-up to G7 Summit

PARIS — Geopolitical tensions might be running high ahead of this weekend’s summit of the Group of Seven industrialized nations, but the fashion industry is eager to paint a different picture — one of corporate rivals banding together with pledges to do better for the environment, signing on to the “Fashion Pact.”
Eliminating single-use plastics, using renewable energy and promoting regenerative agriculture practices are among the commitments from signatories of the pact, which will be presented by Kering chairman and chief executive officer François-Henri Pinault at the upcoming summit hosted by France in its coastal city Biarritz.
Structured around the climate, biodiversity and the oceans, the initiative is spearheaded by Pinault, who was mandated for the job by French President Emmanuel Macron last April. Thirty-two companies have signed on so far, representing around 150 brands, and more are on the way, according to Kering and officials from the French president’s office and the country’s ministry of ecology. 
Companies that have signed on so far range from fast-fashion retailers H&M and Zara-owner Inditex; sportswear labels Adidas and Nike; American-based companies Capri Holdings, Gap, PVH, Ralph Lauren and Tapestry; European luxury groups Chanel, Hermès International, Prada, Ferragamo, Giorgio Armani and Burberry, and Asia-based Fung Group. Stella

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The Biggest Fashion and Beauty Brand Controversies of 2019 — So Far

So far, 2019 has had no shortage of brand controversies in the fashion and beauty worlds.
The year started off with a number of gaffes from some of the biggest luxury fashion houses, in many cases resulting in public outcry, public apologies and, sometimes, changes in company policy. Some of the most notable fashion controversies of 2019 were Gucci’s infamous “blackface” balaclava and Burberry’s noose sweater. Kim Kardashian also came under fire for cultural appropriation when she revealed the name her first fashion line, a shapewear collection called Kimono.
From the backlash against Related Cos. chairman Stephen Ross and his many companies to Jaclyn Hill’s beauty brand recall, here is a breakdown of all the fashion and beauty brand controversies of 2019, so far.
Gucci accused of cultural appropriation, twice — February and May 2019

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Gucci came under fire for cultural appropriation not once, but twice in 2019. The first incident was in February when the designer house released a balaclava-style sweater in its fall 2018 ready-to-wear collection and on its web site, which many claimed resembled blackface.
The backlash was immediate on social media, including by Gucci collaborator Dapper Dan, who took to his Twitter account to express his disappointment

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The Future of Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Is Still Unclear

The future of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is still up in the air. But some people — even some former Angels — don’t seem to care. 
In fact, when asked about the show by a fan on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen,” model and actress Kate Upton, who is also a former Victoria’s Secret catalogue model, likened the whole affair to a “snooze fest.” 
“We’re sick of seeing the same body type,” Upton said. “You have to be body inclusive now. Every woman needs to be represented.” 
Upton doesn’t seem to be the only one bored by the Fashion Show. Viewership of the annual extravaganza — once considered one of the most sought-after events in the industry — has consistently fallen in recent years. 

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It didn’t help when Ed Razek, former chief marketing officer of L Brands, parent company to Victoria’s Secret, told Vogue magazine during last fall’s show in New York that “no one had any interest,” in seeing transgender or plus-size models in the fashion show. “Because the show is a fantasy.” 
Razek’s comments quickly caused a fury online. (He later apologized by way of social media.) 
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MedMen Taps Fashion Veterans for Key Hires

The great migration from fashion to cannabis continues.
MedMen, the multibillion-dollar cannabis retailer — with operations across the U.S. and flagships in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York — has tapped three fashion veterans for key hires.
Esther Song, most recently at Tory Burch, will be senior vice president of marketing and communications with oversight of creative, marketing (retail, digital, product, brand), communications and partnerships. Christian Langbein, most recently at Prada, will be vice president of communications with oversight of corporate communications, consumer communications, events and VIP/influencer engagement. And Sandey Kang, formerly at CAA, will be vice president of brand marketing with oversight of MedMen brand marketing and operations.
Song brings 15-plus years of experience in public relations, working to generate visibility in media and consumer relationships through talent partnerships and influencer content for clients including Tod’s, and BPCM, where she managed accounts such as Lanvin, Celine and Rimowa. Most recently, Song was vice president of VIP public relations and partnerships at Tory Burch.
Langbein relocated to Los Angeles from New York where, with experience from Barneys New York, HL Group and Giorgio Armani, he had been leading communications and marketing for Prada’s North American business for six years.
For 16 years, Kang has

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New Balance Commits to RE100 and U.N. Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

New Balance is the latest big brand to support the United Nations’ Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action as well as RE100, a global corporate initiative dedicated to renewable electricity.
In joining the U.N.’s effort, the Boston-based company increases the tally to 48 firms. PVH Corp., Puma AG, Schoeller Textil AG, Kering, Burberry Group, Gap Inc., Target Corp. and Hugo Boss AG are among the other corporations that have signed on. Numerous organizations such as the Outdoor Industry Association, the Sustainable Fashion Academy, World Wildlife Fund and the International Finance Corp. have also joined the initiative.
Participants aim to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. As a supporter, New Balance has committed to a 30 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The company is prioritizing materials with low climate impact, eliminating new coal from tier one and tier two supply chains, supporting more circular business models and engaging consumers to increase awareness about environmental hazards and change behavior.
In unveiling its two climate change-fighting commitments, New Balance noted it has generated more than one million kilowatt hours in solar energy at its footwear manufacturing facility in Flimby, England. One competitor, Nike Inc., has also committed to the U.N. Fashion Industry Charter for

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Polimoda Appoints Massimiliano Giornetti Head of Fashion Design

MILAN — Florentine fashion school Polimoda has tapped Massimiliano Giornetti as its first head of fashion design.
A Polimoda alumnus, Giornetti worked for 16 years at Salvatore Ferragamo, from 2010 to 2016 as creative director of the women’s and men’s lines. In 2017, Giornetti started designing the collections of Chinese luxury brand Shanghai Tang, which he exited at the end of 2018.
“Polimoda’s success reflects our ability to understand the spirit of the time and possibly anticipate it. Observing the crisis of large retailers, I think that fashion will soon need a new wave of creativity and well-made products. Polimoda has direct access to made-in-Italy know-how and revels in ethnic, cultural and gender diversity among students; these are ideal conditions for the birth of contemporary design,” said Polimoda director Danilo Venturi. “Meeting Massimiliano was serendipitous: he knows how contemporary fashion works, he is a former student, he reached the highest levels on the international scene and shares my same vision. The school will be a bit more maison with him and this will enable us to once again make our contribution.”
In his new role, Giornetti, who will officially start working at Polimoda at the beginning of the fall semester in September, is

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All the Celebrity Fashion at San Diego Comic-Con

Cosplayers may go all-out with their Comic-Con looks, but celebrities brought their fashion A-games to this year’s convention.
The annual event brings together a host of actors to give fans an inside look at their favorite TV shows and movies. This year in particular, Marvel Studios’ massive phase four announcement — where 11 projects were unveiled — made the convention arguably the most jam-packed with celebrities.
At the San Diego Convention Center’s famed Hall H, Marvel Studios revealed the latest installment of its “Thor” franchise, with Chris Hemsworth, dressed in an Etro suit, and Tessa Thompson, dressed in Gucci, revealing the upcoming film, “Thor: Love and Thunder,” to be released in 2021. Reprising her role as Dr. Jane Foster, Natalie Portman, dressed in Dior, threw fans into a frenzy when it was revealed she would be playing female Thor in the new film.

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2019 ESPYs Fashion Shows Off Crazy Athlete Swag

Who’s the best-dressed athlete in sports?? Now’s your chance to see them go head-to-head with their threads at the 2019 ESPYs … with the biggest ballers showing off their swag!! LA Rams QB Jared Goff and his bikini model GF, Christen Harper, are…

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Amanda Bynes Graduates from Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

Amanda Bynes has graduated from a prominent fashion school in Los Angeles — and she appears to be doing great after recently re-entering a mental health facility. The former Nickelodeon star shared a photo of herself Monday in a cap and gown next…

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Naomi Campbell on diversity in fashion

Naomi Campbell, one of fashion’s most recognizable faces, spoke with Reuters about how racial diversity in fashion has improved in recent years, but the industry must not treat it like a catwalk trend. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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NBA’s Kelly Oubre Jr. Goes Shawls to the Wall at Paris Fashion Week

Phoenix Suns baller Kelly Oubre Jr. traded his jersey for some oversized white robes on Sunday … and it was all in the name of FASHION!!! The 6’7″ hooper was front and center at the Pigalle Paris Spring/Summer show at Paris Men’s Fashion Week … as…

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Fashion God Jerry Lorenzo Humbled LeBron Rocked His Kicks

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Fashion icon, socialite Gloria Vanderbilt dead at 95

Gloria Vanderbilt, the “poor little rich girl” who lived a life at the highest levels of fashion, society and wealth as an heir to one of the greatest family fortunes in U.S. history, died on Monday at the age of 95, her son CNN correspondent Anderson Cooper said.


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Jonas Brothers Team Up with Chris Lilley for Faux Fashion Project

The Jonas Brothers are teaming up with a new fashion designer who’s sure to have a huge impact on their style … possibly for worse. That’s not a knock on the guy … because he’s Australian comedian Chris Lilley, playing one of his several characters…

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Dakar Fashion Week dazzled by colourful collections

Colourful collections dazzle Dakar Fashion Week, Spanish actress Rossy De Palma to feature the show in Vogue Spain. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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Cardi B’s New Fashion Line Rakes in Over $1 Million on First Day of Sales

Cardi B has the Midas touch … her new spring collection is nearly sold out after raking in over $ 1 MILLION bucks in the first 24 hours!!! Our sources tell us Cardi’s second collection with Fashion Nova is already vastly outperforming her first collab…

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NY artist Debra Rapoport turns garbage into high-end fashion

Calling herself “Debra Debris” or “Residue Rapoport,” the artist turns other people’s trash and simple materials like paper towels and toilet paper rolls into couture-style fashion. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).


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The Rainy-Day Fashion Guide to Stay Dry and Stylish All Spring Long

Dodgy skies don’t mean you have to go out looking like it’s laundry day. Designers are mixing hydrophobic fabrics in with their top-of-the-line threads. So, whether you’re headed to the office, a weekend getaway, or even a rainy run, here’s how to stay dry and keep your style on point. Here are our favorite looks for spring 2019.


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Get the look (pictured above): Herno Waterproof Seam-Sealed Raincoat ($ 855; bloomingdales.com); Perry Ellis America Capsule II Denim Jacket ($ 345; perryellisamerica.com); Outerknown Sojourn Short-Sleeve Henley ($ 58; outerknown.com); Levi’s Skateboarding Skate 511 in Indigo Warp Rinse ($ 80; levi.com).

 

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Get the look: Todd Snyder Plaid Reversible Trench Coat ($ 1,398; toddsnyder.com). Polo Ralph Lauren Morgan Herringbone Sport Coat ($ 695; ralphlauren.com); Ben Sherman White-Solid Oxford Dress Shirt ($ 99; bensherman.com); Polo Ralph Lauren Tick-Weave Suit Trousers ($ 350; ralphlauren.com); To Boot New York Shelby Chelsea Boot ($ 398; nordstrom.com)

 

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Get the look: Filson All Season Raincoat ($ 425; filson.com). Tod’s Suede Jacket ($ 2,475; tods.com). Versace Blue Stone Wash Jeans ($ 975; versace.com). Vehicle-Nautilus provided by Lincoln.

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Boss Rain Jacket ($ 645; hugoboss.com). Rag & Bone Anson Zip Hoodie ($ 325; rag-bone.com). Salvatore Ferragamo Knit Sweater (price upon request; ferragamo.com). Michael Kors Cargo Hybrid Jogger ($ 148; michaelkors.com). Reebok Sole Fury ($ 90; reebok.com).

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Here’s the First Fashion Collab Between A-Rod and J-Lo for Quay Sunglasses

It was only a matter of time. Newly engaged power couple Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez have launched their first fashion collaboration: QuayXArod Collection.


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Quay is known for providing high-style sunglasses at affordable prices, and the QuayXRrod Collection is no exception. Starting at just $ 50, the line features 11 variations of laidback South Beach styles. All feature polarized lenses and premium materials, like metal frames and stainless-steel hinges. From aviators to injection-molded sport shades, the line has something for everyone. And at this attractive price point, they’re bound to be a hit.

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Still Standing

Lightweight and flexible for all day comfort, Still Standing features medium-sized polarized lenses in a durable metal frame with a brow bar. The blue lenses are a fun take on the classic aviato.

Get it: Pick up QuayXArod Still Standing aviators ($ 50) here.

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Hardwire

The frames are standard and mainstream to suit most any occasion—but the orange/rose lenses add a pop of color that’ll make you stand out at any backyard bash. They’re also available in clear frames with lime green lenses.

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Poster Boy

Now this is more in line with what we expect from A-Rod, and we’re not just talking about the name. Trendy and cool, but elegant and traditional, these slick, squared aviators transition smoothly from the boardwalk to the bar. Also available in black frames with either blue or smoked lenses.

Get it: Pick up the Poster Boy sunglasses ($ 60) at Quay Australia.

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Apollo

When you’re ready to step out like A-Rod, the Apollos are the shades for you. The oval frames and blue/green reflective lenses are a swingin’ take on the classic aviator. Also available in gold frames with black lenses.

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Evasive

Arod’s take on the classic metal frame hybrid lens exudes an expected amount of South Beach cool. Polarized lenses reduce glare and sharpen the scene. We dig the way these clear frames mesh with the gold hardware. Also available in black frames with smoked lenses, and tortoise-shell frames with brown lenses.

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A New Kind of Athleisure: These Designers Turned MLS Soccer Jerseys into High Fashion

While most fans marked the beginning of a new Major League Soccer season by suiting up in their team’s colors and heading to a game, Adidas and MLS kicked it off with something a little unorthodox: a fashion show.

 

 

Adidas, which supplies the kits for all MLS teams, partnered with the league to launch Seams, a project where a handful of young designers reimagined soccer jerseys. The idea came about as a way to connect the sport with the world of fashion—and show that there’s more than one way to wear a jersey.

“It’s a great opportunity for us to marry our culture and trends with all 24 of our clubs,” Rachel Leber, vice president of consumer products at MLS, told Men’s Journal at the event in Los Angeles.


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Four stylists and designers—Sara Gourlay, Corey T. Stokes, Andrew Andrade, and Pierre Davis—were chosen to rework the jerseys, and they created 48 different looks. We caught up with a few of them backstage before the show to learn more about how they approached the project.

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Pierre Davis, Andrew Andrade, Corey T. Stokes, Sara Gourlay BFA, Owen Kolas

 

Corey T. Stokes is a New York-based stylist and editor-at-large for High Snobiety. He worked to merge his own tailored aesthetic with the MLS jerseys, which meant rethinking what a jersey represented and styling it in innovative ways.


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“I toyed with this idea of a uniform,” he said, adding that he re-envisioned accessories, like sunglasses, and elements of a soccer kit, like shin guards. “I wasn’t too caught up on trying to fit into the soccer world, but more so taking the soccer jersey outside of it.”

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Models backstage at Seams BFA, Owen Kolas

 

Andrew Andrade, a stylist at the LA streetwear boutique FourTwoFour on Fairfax, channeled his lifelong love of soccer into the outfits he put together for Seams.

“I think soccer as a whole is already a fashionable sport,” he said, and he found inspiration from a number of famously stylish players, like Johan Cruyff and Pelé. His looks layered jerseys over and under more traditional staples—like trousers, exaggerated collars, and blazers. He described his collection as “a little bit of fashion, but more a direct reference to soccer.”


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Sara Gourlay, creative director of the women’s streetwear brand Frankie Collective, has carved a niche for herself by up-cycling vintage pieces and fabrics into imaginative women’s sportswear—pushing for a stronger female presence in streetwear, which is often dominated with men’s looks. For Seams, she applied that same reworking technique to the MLS jerseys.

“I’d say each piece is unique,” she said. “Just like the reworking, we looked at this jersey and said, ‘What can we do with it?’”

Not surprisingly, her outfits pushed the limits of what you can do with a jersey: bags, purses, and even a catsuit made from stitched-together Vancouver Whitecaps uniforms were all featured in her collection. Although the designers were using men’s jerseys, Gourlay made sure her designs included options for women as well.

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Models on the runway at Seams BFA, Owen Kolas

 

The show comes at a pivotal time for soccer, when women’s teams are pushing for equal pay and better representation. Soccer jerseys, as recent redesigns from Adidas and Nike demonstrate, are changing, too. For Gourlay, it’s all about moving beyond tired clichés of what women’s clothing should look like.

“The mindset before was that girls wanted to wear pink,” she says. “But women actually want to wear the same swag as guys. It just needs to be fitted to our bodies.”

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Men’s looks modeled on the runway at Seams BFA, Owen Kolas

 

The show also highlights how much athletic wear has influenced men’s fashion. Athleisure is everywhere, and the idea of incorporating a soccer jersey into runway looks isn’t as far-fetched an idea as it might have been a few years ago. But while sweatpants and hoodies are having their moment in the spotlight, Stokes hopes to see menswear swing back to something a little more formal.

“I think there’s a fine line with making it look on purpose and it just looking sloppy and messy,” he said. “I’m interested in the idea of dressing nice again.”

As for what’s next in men’s fashion, he sees more tailored pieces, like trousers, button-downs, even casual suits becoming more popular alongside athletic-inspired apparel. Like many of the other looks on view at Seams, Stokes’ outfits gave a glimpse at how a new wave of men’s fashion could combine traditional menswear with style elements drawn from the locker room.

“It’s still comfortable, but you focus more so on good tailoring—well-fitted clothes.”

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Fashion Designer Karl Lagerfeld’s Death Certificate Cements French Legacy

Iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld is being remembered in France as one of the nation’s favorite adopted sons … and it’s all spelled out in his death certificate. We’ve obtained Karl’s death certificate, issued last month in Paris, and it…

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Kim Kardashian Rocks Leopard Print Suits for Paris Fashion Week

Kim Kardashian is spotted in France. Actually, she’s spotted ALL over, ’cause … fashion, baby!!! Kim is all about rocking her leopard print outfits in Paris this week while she’s there for Fashion Week. She was seen leaving her hotel Wednesday in…

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Paris fashion week remembers Chanel icon Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld’s last collection for Chanel opened with a minute’s silence for the late designer on Tuesday, as friends, collaborators and fans turned out in Paris to remember his 35 years as the creative force behind the French couture house.


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Penelope Cruz Makes Angelic Runway Debut for Chanel at Paris Fashion Week

Penelope Cruz stepped out for her runway debut looking like she fell outta heaven — totally angelic in white during the show, which was also a tribute to late designer Karl Lagerfeld. Penelope joined the career models at the Grand Palais to…

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Etro goes “Aristo-Indie” at Milan Fashion Week show

Etro mixed aristocratic with underground vibes at Milan Fashion Week on Friday (February 22), with the Italian designer label looking to models of different ages to present its Autumn/Winter 2019 line. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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Kim Kardashian Sues Fashion Co. for Using Her to Sell Knockoff Outfits

Just one day after Kim Kardashian tore into a fast fashion company for ripping off her style … she’s hammering the message home by taking a different one to court. Kim just filed suit against Missguided USA — an online retailer that sells outfits…

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Fashion forecasting Oscar’s red carpet

Jewel tones and metallics are expected rule at the Academy Awards. Rough cut (no reporter narration)


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Fashion Designer Works Gay Adult Imagery Into New Collection

Fashion designer Neil Grotzinger has unveiled a new collection under the Nihl label that includes images from gay adult films on select pieces.
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Fashion brands Palomo Spain, Descendant of Thieves and more debut new collections. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)


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Adult Star Alicia Amira Launches Sex Worker-Friendly Fashion Brand

Adult star Alicia Amira has launched a sex worker-friendly fashion brand called Be A Bimbo that strives to end the stigma against those who embrace and profit from their sex appeal.
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A journey to Japan for Gaultier’s Haute Couture fashion show

French designer Jean Paul Gaultier evoked a sea journey to Japan at his latest Haute Couture fashion show in Paris. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).


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Virgil Abloh’s Off-White Show Stars Models in NFL Helmets Because Fashion

The F in NFL now stands for FASHION … ’cause Wednesday morning, pro and college football team helmets were the hot accessories in Virgil Abloh’s big runway show!  Abloh is one of the HOTTEST names in the industry — and his Fall/Winter 2019 show…

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Meghan Markle’s Royal Security Stiff-Arms Celebs at Fashion Awards

Meeting Meghan Markle is apparently more difficult than breaking into Fort Knox … even for fashion icons and some of the biggest stars in the world. The pregnant Duchess of Sussex made a surprise appearance at The Fashion Awards in London Monday…

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Top models hit Victoria’s Secret fashion show runway

Victoria’s Secret aired its annual fashion show Sunday night with pop stars The Chainsmokers, Halsey and Shawn Mendes among the musicians providing models with a soundtrack for the evening. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).


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Tekashi 6ix9ine Allegedly Screws Fashion Nova in ‘Dummy Boy’ Track ‘MAMA’

Tekashi 6ix9ine has 99 problems, and one of them is allegedly pilfering a pile of money from Fashion Nova only to double cross the company on his new album, “Dummy Boy.” Tekashi’s album “Dummy Boy” dropped Tuesday … and one of the highlights is the…

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Everything You Didn’t See at the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Winnie Harlow, 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, RunwayLove and cheer was the name of the game at the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
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Meghan Markle Makes Major Fashion Faux Pas in Tonga

Meghan Markle’s just like the rest of us — aside from her crown, her title and her Prince — sometimes she just forgets to remove the tag from her clothes. Royal oops?!! Meghan and Prince Harry had the red carpet rolled out for them Thursday…

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amfAR Gala Los Angeles 2018 Red Carpet Fashion: See Every Look as the Stars Arrive

Rumer Willis, AmfARHollywood is stepping out for a very important cause.
The ninth annual amfAR Gala Los Angeles has arrived and dozens of stars are traveling to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the…


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Mel B Accused of Hitting Model Backstage at Fashion Show

Mel B allegedly got handsy with a male model who went to cops, and now she’s under criminal investigation … TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell us Dujuan Thomas filed a report Sunday with LAPD, claiming Mel hit him in the chest Saturday…

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Shareef O’Neal Still Focused On NBA After Heart Issue, But I Love Fashion Too

[[tmz:video id=”0_czh0gfy7″]] UCLA hoops star Shareef O’Neal says, despite being sidelined this season with a heart issue, he’s still 100% committed to his dream of going to the NBA … but admits he also has FASHION on the brain. We broke the…

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Olivia Culpo Wears Stunning Little Black Dress at Paris Fashion Week

Olivia Culpo might as well have shut down Paris Fashion Week … it ain’t gonna get better than this little black dress. The former Miss Universe slipped into the little black dress of all little black dresses Thursday in Paris during fashion week.…

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North West Models and Walks Runway in Children’s Fashion Show

[[tmz:video id=”0_2zlmn9v9″]] North West had a distinctly Michael Jackson vibe Saturday as she marched down the runway at a celeb fashion show.  The 5-year-old daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West made her modeling debut at the L.O.L. Surprise…

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Slouchy Chloe serves Paris hippy chic at fashion week

Model Kaia Gerber sports a bell-bottomed, burnt-orange jumpsuit with a floral jacket, part of a bohemian collection of fluid dresses, slouchy trousers and peasant tops. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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Issey Miyake shows off latest techno-fabric at Paris Fashion Week

The Japanese fashion label showcases a new type of mouldable fabric at its Spring/Summer 2019 collection presentation in Paris. Rough cut (No reporter narration).


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Cardi B Flaunts Feathers at Etam Show for Paris Fashion Week

Cardi B isn’t ruffling feathers at Paris fashion shows … she’s just flaunting ’em now. The rapper performed Tuesday during the Etam Spring/Summer show as part of Paris Fashion Week. She matched her purple dyed hair with a purple suit and…

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‘Hot Felon’ Jeremy Meeks’ Ex-Wife Walking in First Fashion Show

Jeremy Meeks walked away from his ex-wife and moved onto bigger and better things … and now she’s walkin’ his walk — on her first runway as a fashion model.   Melissa Meeks — who was married to the “hot felon” for 8 years…

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Cardi B’s Fashion Week Appeal Even Stronger After Fighting Nicki Minaj

Cardi B’s gonna throw shoes on the reg if her still-fresh Nicki Minaj beef keeps paying off for her at Fashion Week … okurrr?  Sources close to Cardi tell TMZ the “I Like It” rapper has been on schedule and unfazed for Fashion Week…

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Genre: Photography

Publish Date: April 21, 2017

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Although far from a pedestrian collection of photographs, these are taken as a pedestrian with an iPhone. With very few exceptions, all the photographs are untouched by effects. Each image comes alive through a combination of elements, separately or together: the time of day, angle of sun, the color and quality of the glass, surface heat and length of shot, interior colors, exterior motion, lines and space of subjects, people, displays, height, reflection and of course how clean the glass. All of these elements play a part in the composition.  The images are fleeting. Coming together one day and disappearing the following day. Next time you walk down the street, see what reflective view you can capture through your landscape, urban or rural, and share with me and others.

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Cardi B’s Sister Wets Her Feet in First Major Fashion Show in Milan

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Genre: Religious

Publish Date: July 1, 2018

Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.

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" The slogan of the store—“unruffled, unveiled, unstoppable women”—is a perfect descriptor for the tenacious religious feminists who here pursue the American Dream. " -Publishers Weekly The American Dream thrives in 1912 New York City   Annie Wood, the housemaid-turned-pattern designer in The Pattern Artist, jumps at the chance to design her own clothing line when a wealthy New York couple offers to finance her endeavor. Joining the project is Annie’s new husband, Sean Culver, her best friend at Butterick, Maude Nascato, and a mother figure, Edna Holmquist.   Annie and her colleagues give up their careers, risking everything to follow a shared passion: clothes that are both fashionable and functional for modern, busy women in 1912.   Personal and financial setbacks test old relationships and new romances while threatening to keep the business from ever selling a single dress. No one said it would be easy. But the promise of the American Dream holds a deep hope for those who work hard, trust God, and never give up.

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Kendall Jenner Returns To The Runway In Milan After Skipping New York Fashion Week

Kendall Jenner is back on the catwalk! After opting out of walking in New York Fashion Week earlier this month, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star took Milan Fashion Week by storm, participating in three shows in less than 48 hours. See Kendall’s bold looks, and find out why she’s recently been taking more breaks from the runway.


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Designer Jason Wu Says Meghan Markle is Low Maintenance with Fashion

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Pregnant Model Slick Woods Goes Into Labor At Rihanna’s Fashion Show

Rihanna’s fashion show was eventful, both on and offstage, because we’ve learned one of the models went into labor. It went down Wednesday night at the Savage X Fenty show in Brooklyn, NY. Slick Woods was super pregnant as she rocked black pasties and…

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