Fashion

Paris Fashion Week Entirely Virtual

As fears over the coronavirus continue to heighten, officials have declared that this month’s Paris men’s and haute couture shows are to be audience-free. Following instructions from the police, The Federation de la Haute Couture et del la Mode requires that luxury houses do not invite guests this season.

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Chemicals Pose a Threat to a Circular Fashion Industry

While the fashion industry has been working towards sustainability, the new circular business model comes with its fair share of problems.

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Hunter Schafer Breaking the Boundaries of Fashion

You may recognize the name Hunter Schafer from her work on the hit HBO series Euphoria or for her role as being an LGBTQ rights activist. Not only is Schafer known for defying gender norms, but she is also single-handedly transforming the fashion industry by working to create a more accepting community.

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Possible Fashion Line from Dua Lipa

In an interview with British Vogue, Dua Lipa expressed her interest in potentially launching her own fashion line. The singer is well known for her fashion sense and her unique style.

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Athleisure and the pandemic

In the midst of COVID-19, many industries have suffered immensely, and then there are the select few that actual see growth due to the “new normal.” With the extreme increase in the number of individuals working from home, the demand for clothing that is both comfortable and practical has risen significantly.

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Pierre Cardin Dies at 98

French fashion designer Pierre Cardin died Tuesday at age 98. He died at the American Hospital in Neuilly-sur-Seine outside of Paris. His death was announced to the Agence France-Press by his family with several statements mourning his passing issued by the French Academie des Beaux-Arts.

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Where to shop online for New Year’s Eve

While New Years is right around the corner it is always fun shopping for a festive New Year’s Eve look. While this year looks different, it can still be fun to dress up for fun during such a festive holiday. As 2020 finally comes to a close, it is never a bad idea to get dressed up, even if you cannot go to parties.

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Blackbough Has You Covered for All Four Seasons

Who said that swimwear is only reserved for the summer months? If you are someone who lives in bathing suits, Blackbough swimwear is defying the odds with their winter collection. Their collection of different styles, designs, and colors will make you want to build up your bathing suit collection.

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The Deal with Fast Fashion

You’ve probably heard the term “fast fashion” thrown around, but is it actually? Fast fashion describes a business model in which clothing is mass produced at the lowest cost possible and designed to replicate current trends. These brands are especially popular in the online market.

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New Trend Alert: How to Style Monochromatic Outfits

The term monochromatic can be broken down into two parts: “mono,” which means “one” or “single,” and “chromatic,” which means “color.” Monochromatic outfits consist of multiple pieces of clothing of the same color paired together. Monochromatic outfits can be intimidating for a lot of fashionistas, as it is very easy to look like a crayon instead of a fashion genius.

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Is Depop The Future of Thrift Shopping?

If you are a little hesitant to go thrift shopping during the pandemic, you are not alone. Thrift shopping is already intimidating enough and adding a global pandemic into the equation can cause extra anxiety. Although it can be fun to buy from these secondhand stores, concerns over being exposed to unknown germs are a valid reason to shy away from thrift shopping.

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Zara’s Sustainable Collection

Sustainability has continued to make its way into the fashion world, becoming more than a trend as the years have progressed. In lieu of this shifting tide in the industry, a new eco-friendly fashion design has arrived at Zara.

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