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سه شنبه 15 اسفند 1396

Oscars 2018 Fashion Review: The Red Carpet Gets Real

It’s not as if fashion was back to normal exactly, more like it wasn’t front-and-center, with stars gravitating to more understated styles, and the red-carpet fashion pre-show a near no-show.

In an awards show season that was all about political fashion statements, on Hollywood’s biggest night, the red carpet was strangely quiet.

The Golden Globes and BAFTAs all-black dress code was a distant memory, as stars turned up in all-white or vivid colors. And while there were some Time’s Up pins, worn by Elisabeth Moss, Jane Fonda and Patrick Stewart among others, they were joined by ACLU ribbons and Everytown For Gun Safety pins, too, meaning that instead of one political message, there were many.

It’s not as if fashion was back to normal exactly, more like it wasn’t front-and-center, with stars gravitating to more understated styles, and the red-carpet fashion pre-show a near no-show with few guests stopping to talk to E!’s Ryan Seacrest, recently accused of sexual harassment himself by his former stylist. Not even former Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth could save the E! show, which featured few A-listers or exclusive fashion intel, and seems in need of a serious rethink.

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  • شنبه 12 اسفند 1396

    The Best Street Style From Paris Fashion Week, Day 2

    ith the exception of the cast of Netflix’s Queer Eye, nobody loves a print more than a fashionista. Paris Fashion Week has been a pattern free-for-all — herringbone on tartan! Fishnets and florals! Patchwork vinyl plaid! Anything goes.

    Plaid, in its endless permutations, showed up a lot yesterday. It’s an easy foray into printed frenzy. A small step up from stripes, in terms of pattern intensity, it looks put together and classic. That is, unless you’re Hanne Gaby Odiele, who threw a pair of purple and orange mod boots and an oversized red, black, and white coat over her traditional riding blazer.

    Tiny bags cropped up as well — from red lunch bags to dainty violet top-handle clutches, to Grace Coddington’s classic Louis Vuitton. One person got especially creative and wore a bitty coin purse like a New Yorker dons a fanny pack. Speaking of details, here’s a styling tip: if Tabi boots (hoof/cameltoe boots) feel like they’ve lost their shock value, find a pair of Tabi heels, pair with fishnets, and tuck the hem of your plaid pants into the metallic ankle straps. Nobody will see that move coming. Or, ditch the Tabi boots and turn your pumps into a full-on Marie Antoinette moment by covering them in tulle.

    Classically chic people, don’t worry — Paris hasn’t let you down. There are plenty of suits, camel coats, and ugly pants in this batch of street style.

    Scroll through the rest of our street-style portfolio, updated daily throughout the week.

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  • پنجشنبه 10 اسفند 1396

    Fashion Nova Produces Clothing Faster Than Zara

    Fashion Nova may have Zara beat when it comes to how quickly its able to produce fast-fashion. Richard Saghian, the notoriously private CEO of the brand celebrities like Cardi B, Kylie Jenner, and Blac Chyna love to tag on Instagram recently spilled a few secrets toWWD — including how the website is able to constantly offer its customers new merchandise.

    According to Saghian, the retailer works with more than 1,000 product manufacturers and can receive samples within 24 hours of conceptualizing a piece. Once ready, the items are shot on any of the models on-call in its office, and the finished product goes up on the site in one to two weeks. The L.A.-based company releases 600 new pieces each week, most of which often sell out immediately. “It’s important to have a lot of styles because our customers post so much online and need new clothes," he tells WWD. "We don’t want girls showing up to the club in the same outfit. We need 50 different denim jackets. Not just one."

    Saghian seems to have a good handle on the perception of the business he’s built and who it serves; he realizes his brand speaks to what some may consider an “urban” demographic, and it isn’t a stretch to say Fashion Nova caters to those typically excluded from fashion industry. But perhaps that’s the secret to its success.

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  • سه شنبه 8 اسفند 1396

    Tommy Hilfiger Runs Out of Gas

    MILAN — Milan Fashion Week ended much as it began: with a spectacle pitched as an alternative to the traditional show — one better suited, in theory, to the immediate gratification demands of these Instagram-centric times.The driver of the change: Tommy Hilfiger, who for the last three seasons has taken his #TommyNow party-cum-product-launch-cum-pop-up-shop on the road from New York to Los Angeles to London — and now Milan.Each time, he dressed up his dresses, and his see-now/buy-now collaboration with the model Gigi Hadid, with evermore elaborate experiential accessories: a South Street Seaport carnival, complete with rides and lobster rolls; a Venice Beach party, with fire-eaters and food trucks; a Roundhouse rock circus, with acrobats and a concert. Milan would be the last pit stop for the Tommy x Gigi show; the partnership was coming to its contractual end.

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  • یکشنبه 6 اسفند 1396

    How Bizarre Accessories Became Fashion Week’s Inescapable Trend

    f the Internet is to be believed (and rightly or wrongly, it often is), this season’s hottest accessories are the ones you can’t buy. Twitter and Instagram went into a fit after Wednesday’s Gucci show in Milan, where models walked down the runway” in an unsettlingly sterile space set up to look like an operating room in a haunted psychiatric hospital.

    The major takeaway from the Gucci show, or the one that shot it into virality, wasn’t the clothes per se but the bizarre objects that are (most likely) not for sale, including but not limited to baby dragons and fake severed heads made to resemble the models carrying them. Other models carried snakes—a Gucci emblem—while one had a prosthetic third eye. According to Vogue, Alessandro Michele reached out “unexpectedly” to Makinarium, a special-effects company based in Rome, to create the additions, which took six months to make.

    “Our job (as creatives) is a surgical job: cutting and assembling and experimenting on the operating table,” Michele told reporters after the show, explaining that the heads represented “looking after your head and thoughts” and struggling to find your own identity.

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  • یکشنبه 6 اسفند 1396

    How Bizarre Accessories Became Fashion Week’s Inescapable Trend

    f the Internet is to be believed (and rightly or wrongly, it often is), this season’s hottest accessories are the ones you can’t buy. Twitter and Instagram went into a fit after Wednesday’s Gucci show in Milan, where models walked down the runway” in an unsettlingly sterile space set up to look like an operating room in a haunted psychiatric hospital.

    The major takeaway from the Gucci show, or the one that shot it into virality, wasn’t the clothes per se but the bizarre objects that are (most likely) not for sale, including but not limited to baby dragons and fake severed heads made to resemble the models carrying them. Other models carried snakes—a Gucci emblem—while one had a prosthetic third eye. According to Vogue, Alessandro Michele reached out “unexpectedly” to Makinarium, a special-effects company based in Rome, to create the additions, which took six months to make.

    “Our job (as creatives) is a surgical job: cutting and assembling and experimenting on the operating table,” Michele told reporters after the show, explaining that the heads represented “looking after your head and thoughts” and struggling to find your own identity.

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  • یکشنبه 6 اسفند 1396

    How Bizarre Accessories Became Fashion Week’s Inescapable Trend

    f the Internet is to be believed (and rightly or wrongly, it often is), this season’s hottest accessories are the ones you can’t buy. Twitter and Instagram went into a fit after Wednesday’s Gucci show in Milan, where models walked down the runway” in an unsettlingly sterile space set up to look like an operating room in a haunted psychiatric hospital.

    The major takeaway from the Gucci show, or the one that shot it into virality, wasn’t the clothes per se but the bizarre objects that are (most likely) not for sale, including but not limited to baby dragons and fake severed heads made to resemble the models carrying them. Other models carried snakes—a Gucci emblem—while one had a prosthetic third eye. According to Vogue, Alessandro Michele reached out “unexpectedly” to Makinarium, a special-effects company based in Rome, to create the additions, which took six months to make.

    “Our job (as creatives) is a surgical job: cutting and assembling and experimenting on the operating table,” Michele told reporters after the show, explaining that the heads represented “looking after your head and thoughts” and struggling to find your own identity.

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  • چهارشنبه 25 بهمن 1396

    Reese Witherspoon’s daughter Ava Phillipe is now a model

    Reese Witherspoon may be busy running various companies, starring in award-winning TV shows and championing change around the world for women but her daughter, 18-year-old Ava Phillippe is busy too.

    Aside from making her debut in Paris last year, Phillipe has been flexing her modelling prowess, featuring in Rodarte’s new autumn/winter ’18 look book.

    The look book, which features women the fashion house is inspired by, also includes pregnant Kirsten Dunst, Rowan Blanchard and musician Grimes.

    Phillipe can be seen in two ensembles for the look book, a pink gown with red floral detailing and a white gown with complementary umbrella. While Phillipe was overjoyed to be handpicked for the gig, it’s unclear whether this is a one-off for the teenager or something of a passion we can expect to see more of.

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  • دوشنبه 23 بهمن 1396

    PYER MOSS DEBUTS REEBOK COLLABORATION COLLECTION AT NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

    Following the announcement of Reebok linking up with Pyer Moss and its founder Kerby Jean-Raymond in November, the already-buzzy collaboration finally made its debut at New York Fashion Week on Saturday night with a memorable, moving runway show.

    A choir took the stage to perform music curated by Raphael Saadiq, including tracks by Kendrick Lamar, Gil Scott-Heron, Boris Gardiner, Lalah Hathaway, Bruce Springsteen and Saadiq's own "Skyy (Can You Feel Me?)." It was the perfect musical backdrop for Jean-Raymond's Fall 2018 collection titled "American, Also," inspired by 19th-century Black cowboys and featuring his first foray into women's wear.

    "The collection is the beginning of our journey in telling the story of underrepresented groups of Americans. We're starting the conversation and this new direction for the brand by first speaking about the original American cowboy," said Jean-Raymond in an official statement provided by Reebok. "The phrase cowboy, which was meant to be demeaning and derogatory is being re-seen as regal and spiritual. Our hope is to continue to challenge traditional narratives of minority groups in this country and tell uplifting stories within our work, which encourage inclusion."

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  • پنجشنبه 19 بهمن 1396

    Australian label Kitx to show at Buckingham Palace

    A once in a lifetime opportunity presented by the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange for artisans in British Commonwealth nations.

    On February 19, sustainable fashion will get a stage most designers could only dream of: Buckingham Palace. Livia Firth, the founder and creative director of Eco-Age, has launched a new initiative called the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange, which partners designers with artisans in British Commonwealth nations to create pieces that are environmentally conscious and highlight each country’s heritage crafts. The finished products will be on display at a reception at the tail end of London Fashion Week.

    Kitx was a no-brainer to include. The Australian designer Kit Willow has been dedicated to ethical and low-impact design since she started her brand in 2015, and takes it about 10 steps further than her peers. For her Fall 2017 collection, for instance, she used pailettes made from recycled bottle caps that took years to develop; in this fast-paced industry, that sort of patience is hard to come by. It earned her a fan in Emma Watson, Hollywood’s most ardent supporter of ethical fashion. Willow’s main concern is the sourcing of materials: She uses 100 percent organic silk when she can, or switches to cupro, which has a similar feel but is made from recycled cellulose, a byproduct of cotton. She also uses tons of linen, which is organic and requires less water and fertilizers than cotton, and often mixes cupro and linen together for a surprisingly glossy, satin-y hybrid. “Fashion is the second-biggest polluter in the world, and a lot of it comes down to the materials,” she explains. “We forget that fashion starts at the dirt level. It starts with the farmers, the cotton crops, the dyeing, the deforestation of trees for [wood-based fabrics like] viscose . . . . It has a profound effect on water and land, which is where we’re seeing the impact now.”

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  • دوشنبه 9 بهمن 1396

    Future of fashion

    The footprint of Bangladesh in the global apparel industry goes back to the early 1980s and by now the industry has achieved phenomenal growth in exports.

    Until recently, the global apparel sourcing trajectory had been following a cost-based model and always found its way to cheaper destinations.

    But as the evolution of fashion continues, global trade is increasingly affected by factors like fast fashion, social and environmental compliance, and responsible business.

    Fortunately enough, the strategies adopted by Bangladesh over the years have mostly been in favour of the industry, which is why we could position ourselves as the second largest apparel exporting country in the world.

    Our exports reached a value of $29.21 billion in 2017 from a meager $31 million in 1983.

    In recent years workplace safety has become a major concern for the industry, and after addressing this issue the apparel industry is now making commendable strides towards environmental sustainability.

    Smart world, smart fashion

    The world is progressing faster in information technology and connectivity through smart devices. Only in 1985 we started to learn how to connect our files in the computer storage through a network system. The world now is virtually connected with almost zero lapses in time.

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  • پنجشنبه 5 بهمن 1396

    Fashion’s Push for #MeToo is Ignoring a Significant Number of Women

    25 On-Trend Shoes to Shop at Zara Immediately.” “Gigi Hadid Rocked a Cute AF Sweater From H&M and You Need It.” “These Zara pearl biker boots are what your January needs.” “Forever 21’s new Riley Rose beauty stores have everything you need.” “H&M's stylish, eco-friendly sport collection is out!” “Zara's Winter Sale Is Finally Here!”

    These are a few of the recent headlines from mainstream fashion publications. Coupled with striking street style photos and click-garnering celebrities, they all promote fast fashion. This an interesting – and perplexing – approach in the current climate if you think about it, and one that is worthy of discussion.

    At a time when women-centric activism is at a high, the feminist movement continues to gain steam, particularly in the U.S., and hordes of women are speaking out in an attempt to help rid workplaces of the rampant culture of sexual harassment and other abuses, the fact that the fashion media continues to overlook the women in the supply chain – particularly in connection with fast fashion (the focus here is fast fashion, as this is the segment of the market where abuses are unequivocally the most frequent) – is problematic.

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  • سه شنبه 3 بهمن 1396

    Diversifying high-end fashion on the red carpet, runway

    NEW YORK (WABC) --The high-end fashion industry has long been criticized for catering to just one demographic: young, thin, and often, white. But some designers are bucking the trend and embracing diversity.

    Now, it's being called the "new beauty" that is fashion for women of all ages, shapes and sizes. What began on the red carpet is a trend that has now swept onto the runway, and it reflects a dialogue that's become part of Oscar season

    "How wonderful it is that our careers today can go beyond 40 years old," Nicole Kidman told the audience at The Screen Actors Guild Awards.

    What's true in Hollywood has now reached New York's Fashion Avenue, where one new star model, Maye Musk, is just shy of 70 years old.

    "It's whole new ballgame," said Alex Badia, who is style director at Women's Wear Daily, or WWD. He says the entire look of the runway is changing.

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  • شنبه 30 دی 1396

    Thigh high Ugg Boots are officially in fashion

    They’re the shoe that divides the world. Love them, hate them, or swear they’re truly only to be worn in the confines of your home and strictly in winter, you’re bound to have an opinion on them.

    And now, they’re back — and thigh high.

    Perhaps the ugliest shoe of the ugly shoe trend so far (yep, Balenciaga’s dorky dad sneakers now officially have a cold weather friend), with Y/Project unveiling a thigh high version of the classic Ugg Boot at men’s Paris Fashion Week.

    The brand, which is known for exaggerated, baggy layering, took the same approach to the iconic boot, with creative director Glenn Martens giving the thigh high style a textured, many-layered update.

    Another shorter style was also seen on the runway, complete with three-tiered shearling details in the same much-loved tan brown suede.

    Not sure how to feel? Us either, but we have to admit — those look mighty comfortable.

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  • پنجشنبه 28 دی 1396

    Fashion is getting personal as brands battle for shoppers

    The idea that shoppers won't buy their clothes online has been more than proven to be a myth.

    And with growth in the clothing category slower than the overall retail sector, those retailers need to fight for every sale on every platform.

    Industry experts recommend a strategy that provides customized products and personalized services both online and in stores.

    "What's in the store, on your phone, on your laptop … it's a 360, sort of, surround-sound shopping experience and that's where customers are going," said Matthew Shay, president and CEO of the National Retail Federation, at the group's 2018 Big Show in New York.

    Meantime, Amazon has created an overhanging "threat" against the sector that won't go away anytime soon, Don Kingsborough, the CEO of San Francisco-based One Market told CNBC. That's what has pushed some brands to do more and to act swiftly, he said.

    "We've seen these trends come and go, but this time retailers are being applauded because they're more thoughtful about where they position themselves and how," said Kingsborough, who also serves as a member of NRF's board.
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