Tag Archive: Vogue

Fashion Books vol. 1: A History

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As summer vacations are behind the corner, it’s time we start making a list of the best fashion books that we can take with us on a holiday on the beach or while… Continue reading

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Trend Alert: Lilac is the Spring 2014 IT Color

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If there is one thing to be said about springtime regarding fashion, it’s that the season could easily be characterized by pastel colors and floral prints. This year, however, designers are putting a… Continue reading

Fashion Illustrations: an Overview

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Vogue cover, December 1916 Looking at old covers of Vogue magazine and Harper’s Bazaar from the beginning of the 20th century feels like a dream: slender figures of elegant women are portrayed on… Continue reading

We’ve Got the Blues!

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Holly FulYou read well, we‘ve got the blues! This time, though, it has little to do with the weather and a lot to do with Fashion Week and that’s why we love it.… Continue reading

H&M Design Award Shortlist Released

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H&M has announced its eight finalist for its 2014 Design Award.  The group was chosen from 26 semi-finalists, who are all studying at colleges around the world. Twelve countries were looked at, with… Continue reading

Eco Spotlight: Amour Vert

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When it comes to sustainable fashion it is great to find companies that have developed from a concept to a successful business. This is the case with Amour Vert, the San Francisco based… Continue reading

Jessica Chastain Makes it Onto Vogue

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It seems more often than not that when a fashion magazine makes the headlines it is usually for a scantily dressed starlet, showing off far more than some people are comfortable with. Either… Continue reading

Naomi Campbell’s Good Deed for Typhoon Survivors

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On November 8, 2013 Tacloban, Philippines was ravaged by a powerful typhoon deemed the strongest on record, ruining the city and killing over 1,000 civilians. The damage was horrific and heartbreaking. People are… Continue reading

Vogue-ducation

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Are you interested in learning about the fashion industry? Perhaps you are looking for some courses to deepen your understanding of the industry and differentiate yourself from the competition? Well, how would you… Continue reading

Bouchra Jarrar’s New Couture

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Even though haute couture is what distinguishes Paris from other fashion capitals, Sarah Mower rightfully wrote on Vogue.com that “it is hardly very French at all’” at the top. With German Karl Lagerfeld… Continue reading