Tag Archive: NYC

Karl Lagerfeld to Open NYC Flagship

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Chanel’s creative director is bringing his fashionable label back to the states. It has been reported that the partnership between Karl Lagerfeld Paris and G-III, will produce a spring 2016 collection tailor-made for… Continue reading

Urban Chic vs. Country Vibe at New York Fashion Week

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New York Fashion week has just begun and while some of the most famous fashion houses are still waiting for their ten minutes on the catwalk, other brands (both emerging and well-established ones)… Continue reading

Eco Spotlight: Tabii Just

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When it comes to being eco-friendly in the fashion world there are so many different things that companies can do to make less of an impact on the environment. The clothing label Tabii… Continue reading

New York Fashion Week – A Recap

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In spite of the clear “Spring/Summer” connotation that the September fashion shows possess, this year’s collections in New York verged more on the gloomy side rather than hinting to the conventional glee that spring inspires.… Continue reading

SJP Shoe Collection Vol. 2

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When the first shoe collection by Sarah Jessica Parker came out last February, the public instantly split in two groups: Those who couldn’t wait to get a piece of the Carrie-Bradshaw-inspired wardrobe they’ve… Continue reading

Kate Mara and Johnny Wujek to Style H&M Windows for Fashion Week

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Kate Mara is styling H&M windows! The actress and her stylist friend Johnny Wujek have been recruited by Vogue and H&M for a special New York Fashion Week project. The two, who have… Continue reading

Eco Spotlight: Pima Doll & the Zero Waste Technique

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In past decades, a fashion world dominated by technology has seemed an inevitable result of progressive scientific discoveries: we are all waiting for holographic clothes that change with your mood or with the light;… Continue reading

Embodiments of Fashion: Bianca Jagger

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Psychedelic music, pop art, rivers of chemical drugs and the mundane New York City in the background: those were the Seventies, a decade of decadence and excess after the liberating Swinging Sixties. They… Continue reading

Art Thou There, Heatherette?

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Traver Rains and Richie Rich most likely eat glitter for breakfast. They also probably maintain a daily routine of club-hopping, Swatch-swapping and endless rhinestone applications onto drag show corsets. Since 2001, Heatherette has been a… Continue reading

Nailing It: A Look at Mei Mei Kawajiri

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When we hear the term “nail art”, we typically think of store-bought rhinestones and tchotchke stickers conveniently added with glue – just more junk to store inside some dark and cobweb-infested drawer. We still see the… Continue reading