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Thema: Australian label Kitx to show at Buckingham Palace
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Australian label Kitx to show at Buckingham Palace 14.02.2018 08:49 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


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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Thema: I work in fashion so I have to spend horrific amounts on clothes’
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I work in fashion so I have to spend horrific amounts on clothes’ 12.02.2018 04:22 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


I work in fashion so I have to spend horrific amounts on clothes’

Because I work in the fashion industry, as a couture embroiderer for high-end fashion houses, I’m expected to look a certain way. I can’t walk into Chanel’s head office in a pair of H&M jeans and be taken seriously.

That means constantly updating my wardrobe – I have to keep up with the latest trends. Effectively, I have to sell myself and embody Chloe Savage Embroidery. Sometimes that means I wear my own work, but when I go for a job for a specific client, I always wear some key pieces that show I get that brand and understand where it is right now.

It’s horrifying to think about how much I spend on designer gear. It makes me slightly nauseous. I reckon I own about 250-300 pairs of £200 shoes, 30 £600 handbags, seven or eight £3,000 suits, nine £8,000 evening dresses, five £800 to £900 hats and 22 pairs of £400 sunglasses. The most expensive item I own is a custom-made Dior suit which cost £9,500 – it’s so expensive I hardly ever dare to wear it.

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Thema: Yolanda Hadid on the difference between a mum and a momager
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Yolanda Hadid on the difference between a mum and a momager 08.02.2018 04:26 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Yolanda Hadid on the difference between a mum and a momager

Yolanda Hadid wants the world to know she's no momager.

“The most important relationships are at home,” Yolanda Hadid – mother of the world’s most famous sister act and Vogue UK’s dual March cover girls – Bella and Gigi Hadid – explains. “Your mum will always be your number one fan and someone that loves you unconditionally, so whoever you are, use that relationship!”

Hadid, who found fame in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, is back on screens as the host of Making a Model, an eight-episode TV series that sees her teach six pairs of aspiring teen models and their mothers the secrets of working together to create a successful brand.

Having forged the careers of Gigi, Bella and her youngest son Anwar, she is well-equipped for the job, but, she tells Vogue, “I don’t understand the word ‘momager’.”

“The jobs of a mom and manager are very different,” she clarifies. “My girls have a manager [Luiz Mattos at IMG], and I work very closely with him, but my place as a mum is in the shadow. I put Gigi and Bella in the light rather than controlling every step they make. The journey is about them, not me.”

The Dutch-American former model wouldn’t let her daughters embark on the “journey” until they each turned 18. “I wanted them to have the time to develop as young women, to read, to play sport, to wear no make-up, and just enjoy themselves,” she explains. “When Gigi was 16 she couldn’t wait to work because other girls were getting jobs. I told her to trust me and wait, and four years later, she thanked me for giving her those two extra years of childhood.”

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Thema: Red-carpet rewind: A fashion recap of the 2018 Grammys
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Red-carpet rewind: A fashion recap of the 2018 Grammys 31.01.2018 04:23 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Red-carpet rewind: A fashion recap of the 2018 Grammys

As the last arrivals headed into Madison Square Garden and the 2018 Grammy Awards got under way, Jesse Goddard and I huddled in The Times studio to discuss the top takeaways from the red carpet, who stood out from the pack and what trends took center stage.

Old Hollywood glamour, power(ful) suits, a bumper crop of floral motifs — a nod to the white roses being worn as a symbol of Time's Up solidarity — were among the big takeaways, while Kesha, Rita Ora and Donald Glover (who performs as Childish Gambino) were among those wearing focus-pulling fashion.

And, with the Golden Globes' black-dress blackout and the Grammys' white-rose moment in the rearview mirror, we gaze into our fashion crystal ball and try to divine what that the message-of-the-moment movement might mean for the most high-profile red carpet of the year — next month's Academy Awards.

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Thema: Fashion’s ardor for technology has cooled
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Fashion’s ardor for technology has cooled 29.01.2018 06:33 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Fashion’s ardor for technology has cooled

The fashion world was missing in action at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas — one of the biggest consumer tech product events of the year. It was only three years ago that wearables were the buzzword of the runways, predicted to trend in closets everywhere. Now they barely merit a mention.

It’s probably going too far to say that the love affair between fashion and technology is over. But it certainly seems to have cooled.

While there are still plenty of designer-name smartwatches coming to market — Fossil just introduced a style in collaboration with Kate Spade; Louis Vuitton entered the sector last year, teaming up with Google and Qualcomm Technology — they are not generating nearly the same flushed excitement that they once did.

Remember when?

In 2015, Brian Krzanich, the chief executive of Intel, gave the opening keynote speech at CES introducing a buttonsize computing system called Curie that was touted as a tool to change how our clothes function. It was part of a wearables push that included a smart bracelet made in collaboration with Opening Ceremony and smart glasses made with Oakley.

And that address followed the long-lead drumroll for the Apple Watch, which was introduced to the fashion crowd to great fanfare the previous September, just in time for fashion week. (There was so much breathless expectation over the product that some editors prioritized Cupertino, Calif., and the reveal over the New York ready-to-wear collections.)

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Thema: Inside American Fashion Network
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Inside American Fashion Network 25.01.2018 03:56 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Inside American Fashion Network, the manufacturer spearheading speed-to-market

About 250 miles north of New York City, Jackie Wilson, founder and CEO of American Fashion Network, is quietly producing private-label collections for some of the biggest names in the retail industry.Since she started the company in 2013, Wilson has mastered the art of speed-to-market manufacturing, a valuable skill in the era of fast-fashion and two-day shipping. By identifying ways to increase efficiencies in the production process — from design conceptualizing to streamlining the supply chain to getting clothing on the rack — Wilson has been able to win over business from brands including Amazon Fashion, American Eagle Outfitters, Kohl’s and JCPenney.“From the beginning of time, I had a Vogue magazine in my hand,” Wilson said. “I loved fashion. I saw fashion as art. I’m 5-foot-1, but I see myself as 6-foot-2.’’ I always looked at fashion as something I couldn’t wear, so I both envied it and admired it.”

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Thema: Burberry’s Gosha Rubchinskiy capsule collection is almost here
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Burberry’s Gosha Rubchinskiy capsule collection is almost here 23.01.2018 03:57 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Burberry’s Gosha Rubchinskiy capsule collection is almost here

Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy and Burberry have collaborated on a capsule collection reinterpreting the icons of the British heritage brand. Rubchinskiy has put his streetwear spin on the iconic Burberry check, trench coat, car coat, Harrington jacket, bucket hat, and more. “Burberry has always symbolised the epitome of classic British style to me,” Rubchinskiy said in a press release. “Their timeless pieces are the perfect balance to our modern streetwear creating a great mix.” Think Rubchinskiy’s initials embroidered on a trench coat and caps with detachable ear flaps.

In September 2017, Burberry enlisted Rubchinskiy to photograph British youth in Burberry designs as part of an exhibition titled ‘Here We Are’ at the Old Sessions House in London. The exhibit was co-curated by Burberry president and chief creative officer Christopher Bailey and photographer Alasdair McLellan to coincide with Burberry’s autumn/winter ’17/’18 show.

The capsule collection, Gosha x Burberry, will go on sale globally on January 6. In Australia, you’ll be able to find it exclusively at Burberry’s Chadstone store in Melbourne.

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Thema: Anna Wintour releases
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Anna Wintour releases 20.01.2018 03:38 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Anna Wintour releases statement regarding allegations of sexual exploitation by Mario Testino and Bruce Weber

Vogue US editor-in-chief and Condé Nast artistic director, Anna Wintour, issued a joint statement with Condé Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg after photoraphers Mario Testino and Bruce Weber were accused of sexual exploitation: “We are deeply disturbed by these accusations and take this very seriously—as previously noted in our statement regarding sexual harassment. In light of these allegations, we will not be commissioning any new work with them for the foreseeable future.”

Following the news, Wintour and Sauerberg also released details of a new Code of Conduct they have been working on for outside contributors, including photographers, to “understand how we can create safe and positive environments for everyone we work with.” You can read that Code of Conduct here.

On Saturday The New York Times released a report detailing the allegations in which fashion photographers Mario Testino and Bruce Weber have both been accused of sexual exploitation.

The exposé details allegations from 15 current and former male models who worked with Bruce Weber, and 13 male assistants and models who worked with Mario Testino. For Weber, the allegations involve what The New York Times call a pattern of “unnecessary nudity and coercive sexual behaviour, often during photo shoots.”

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Thema: 4 Bachelorette Party Gifts That Won’t Embarrass the Bride-to-Be
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4 Bachelorette Party Gifts That Won’t Embarrass the Bride-to-Be 18.01.2018 03:40 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


4 Bachelorette Party Gifts That Won’t Embarrass the Bride-to-Be

There are few things more painful—at least sartorially speaking—than being forced to wear a tank top printed with the words “Team Bride” on the front. The suffering is further heightened by the fact that you must wear this shirt because it matches those worn by all 10 of the girls in a bachelorette party. Alas, there is a solution to combating the dreadful short shorts and T-shirts plastered with slogans like “Something borrowed, something blue, we party harder than you!”

While the cheesy route is good for a cheap laugh, there are plenty of bachelorette party gifts that won’t totally embarrass the bride or the bridesmaids. Matching outfits can be done in a low-key and cool way with a stylish one-piece bathing suit stamped with a simple moniker like “Bachelorette.” And choice bachelorette loot is by no means limited to clothing. There are also bags from EverybodyWorld, Polaroid cameras, and Bowie-inspired eye masks to spice up the party.

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Thema: Deepika Padukone To Malaika Arora
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Deepika Padukone To Malaika Arora 12.01.2018 03:28 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Deepika Padukone To Malaika Arora: The Best Airport The airport

seems to be the new runway. If there's a new fashion trend, the airport is most likely where you're going to spot it. Gone are the days when going to the airport to catch a flight meant bringing out your comfiest pyjamas and hoodie. The airport is where everyone's fashion game is on point; our favourite celebrities are no exception. Yes, they might have to be extra careful, given the paparazzi won't spare a single fashion faux pas made by them - but if you're looking for some fashion inspiration, the airport looks of these celebrities is what you need to be referring to.

2018 seems to be the year of casual chic. With celebrities running in and out of airports, we've got plenty of pictures to back that up.

Celebrities seem to be setting fashion goals through airport styleThe airport seems to be the new runway. If there's a new fashion trend, the airport is most likely where you're going to spot it. Gone are the days when going to the airport to catch a flight meant bringing out your comfiest pyjamas and hoodie. The airport is where everyone's fashion game is on point; our favourite celebrities are no exception. Yes, they might have to be extra careful, given the paparazzi won't spare a single fashion faux pas made by them - but if you're looking for some fashion inspiration, the airport looks of these celebrities is what you need to be referring to

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Thema: Female designers make
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Female designers make 10.01.2018 04:09 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Female designers make a major fashion statement at the 2018 Golden Globes. Now what?

A majority of stars who stepped onto the 75th Golden Globes’ red carpet embraced an all-black dress code supporting the Time’s Up movement, Hollywood’s newly launched effort in stamping out workplace discrimination and sexual harassment.

While red-carpet attendees were quick to show their solidarity with their spin on the evening’s color theme (or lack thereof), some managed to take that message of unity one step further by donning female designers for the evening.

“I had half my clients in women [designers], and half were not,” said Tara Swennen, who styled several stars, including best supporting actress winner Allison Janney (“I, Tonya”), who wore a gown by Italian designer Mario Dice. “It was definitely something that we were trying to attain, but sometimes it just wasn’t possible.”

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Thema: David Beckham brings brand of grit to London fashion
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David Beckham brings brand of grit to London fashion 08.01.2018 03:47 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


David Beckham brings brand of grit to London fashion week men’sLondon fashion week men’s

is dedicated – unsurprisingly – to finding a vision of modern British manhood. And David Beckham, Essex boy, football captain, dad, style setter and outright brand, has been a pin-up of mainstream masculinity for two decades now. Kent & Curwen, a rejuvenated brand founded on Savile Row in 1926, has been working with the him since 2015 when he become majority owner. To celebrate a new store on Floral Street – a move from Savile Row – Beckham hosted a lunch on Sunday. The menu was appropriate: pie and mash followed by sticky toffee pudding.London fashion week men’s is dedicated – unsurprisingly – to finding a vision of modern British manhood. And David Beckham, Essex boy, football captain, dad, style setter and outright brand, has been a pin-up of mainstream masculinity for two decades now. Kent & Curwen, a rejuvenated brand founded on Savile Row in 1926, has been working with the him since 2015 when he become majority owner. To celebrate a new store on Floral Street – a move from Savile Row – Beckham hosted a lunch on Sunday. The menu was appropriate: pie and mash followed by sticky toffee pudding.

Kent & Curwen worked with Perry Ogden – the photographer behind the 1999 book Pony Kids, portraits of traveller teenagers and their horses – on its autumn-winter 2018 images. Displayed around the new store, these worked well to bring out the Beckham-branded type of British pedigree, one that comes with a bit of grit. They are of young boxers in Bethnal Green and footballers on Hackney Marshes, where a young Beckham played.

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Thema: Bella Hadid Pulls Off This Surprisingly Tricky Shoe Trend
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Bella Hadid Pulls Off This Surprisingly Tricky Shoe Trend 05.01.2018 03:23 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Bella Hadid Pulls Off This Surprisingly Tricky Shoe Trend

Is there any fashion trend that Bella Hadid can’t pull off? In the last year, we’ve seen her champion the red carpet thong, a statement coat as a standalone piece, and the pantless look with aplomb. In other words, you name it, she’s tried it. While Hadid and Kendall Jenner made the case for sticking to their signature style in twinning looks on New Year’s Eve, it seems Hadid is ready to switch things up. Last night, when she went for dinner at Nobu in Malibu, she traded her usual combat boots for a mid-calf, high-heeled version that only she could wear with such nonchalance.

What made the in-between height feel flattering was a slight dip at the front and a narrow toe that created the illusion of length. Hadid was smart to style her shoes with a LBD in a micro hem that made her mile-long legs look that much longer. Too many extras would have weighed things down. Instead, she took a light-handed approach to accessories: A dainty gold necklace and a matching bracelet lent her ensemble just a touch of shine. She kept Australian label I.Am.Gia’s teddy bear coat close in case the temperature dipped—and, at just $84, the outerwear was both price-conscious and seasonally appropriate.

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Thema: Fashion retail hailed in New Year’s Honours list
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Fashion retail hailed in New Year’s Honours list 03.01.2018 03:47 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Fashion retail hailed in New Year’s Honours list

The list, which was unveiled last week, also sees Alexandra Shulman, who won the Drapers Award for Outstanding Contribution to Fashion last November, awarded a CBE for services to fashion journalism.

Richard James, founder of the premium menswear brand of the same name, was also granted an order for services to men’s fashion.

Lynne Franks, CEO and founder of PR firm Lynne Franks PR was featured in the list for services to business, fashion and women’s empowerment alongside Hilary Grainger, dean of academic development and quality assurance of London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London for services to higher education.

With "millennial pink" becoming the colour-related catch phrase of the year, Instagrammers flocked to the streets to document the trend with the popular hashtag #millenialpink.

The term does not refer to a specific shade of pink, but rather a range of tones ranging from blush to bubble gum. After Pantone named Rose Quartz the co-colour of the year in 2016, along with a gentle shade of lavender, pink took on a life of its own and was seen this year in fashion, school supplies, interiors, flowers, and even tech products.

Reflecting changing ideas about gender fluidity, the shade once reserved for women earned widespread cred among men, who went way beyond the pink statement shirt by rocking rose-tinted shoes, pants, jackets, and workout wear.

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Thema: Your tailored T-shirt dreams can become a reality with this Sydney start-up
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Your tailored T-shirt dreams can become a reality with this Sydney start-up 27.12.2017 07:14 Forum: Probleme & Feedback


Your tailored T-shirt dreams can become a reality with this Sydney start-up

Suits are tailored, wedding dresses are made to order - but why not the T-shirt? This is a question posed by Zoltan Csaki and Eric Phu who could not find the ideal T-shirt to buy, so started Citizen Wolf to address their concerns. “The future is here starting with the not-so-humble tee: zero waste, locally made, fully transparent, perfectly tailored to you and delivered faster than fast fashion,” says Csaki on Citizen Wolf’s T-shirts which are made according to the wearers measurements, and can be customised in ways beyond what most people could imagine: length, style and size of neckline, sleeve length, cut, hems and more. “I’m a small guy with a big problem, I struggle to find any clothes that fit me properly,” says Phu. “Zoltan and I realised that tailoring is the solution, but that the challenge would be rethinking the entire manufacturing process and retail experience from the ground up so it would be accessible for everyone, not just the one percent.”

Citizen Wolf also use ethical fabrics such as bamboo cotton, Merino wool and pima, and has a partnership with Melbourne-based denim brand Nobody Jeans to use their left-over fabrics. Off-cuts from Citizen Wolf are up-cycled into blankets made at one of Australia’s oldest mills in Tasmania, in collaboration with Seljuk Brand, and the company are planning to launch an in-store repair program to fix any T-shirt from any brand, “because as individuals, the single best thing we can do for the planet is to repair instead of replacing stuff.”

While Citizen Wolf has been recognised as one of the most sustainability and transparent apparel companies in Australia as well with the shortest and highly visible supply chain (customers can meet Annie, who will laser cut your T-shirt in store for example), the brand did not initially intend to make such in-roads in sustainability. “Being sustainable has been baked right into our operating model from the very start,” says Phu, who also mentions that one third of clothing is thrown into landfill, having never been sold. “Not only is it terrible for the environment, but makes for poor business sense… not to mention insanity of the wasted efforts by the people forced to make them under inhumane conditions. With sustainability naturally part of our DNA (even if we didn’t realise it at the time!), it’s been a strong foundation for us to build on as we learn more about fashion’s impact on the environment, and how we can do our part to address it.” Adds Csaki: “There’s no doubt sustainability is having a moment but we can only change the world by changing our habits, and the first thing that needs to change is our attitude towards lifespan. We all have to stop thinking about clothing as being disposable and the easiest way to do that is to buy only what you love. Being involved in designing exactly what you want to wear changes your relationship to clothes, and then of course when something fits perfectly we all tend to wear it more. But it was only after putting these things together that we realised we’d created something inherently sustainable!”

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