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R&B Artist SZA Released Collection with Crocs

After collaborating with artists like Bad Bunny, Diplo, and Justin Bieber, it wasn’t a surprise when the news came out that SZA would collaborate with Crocs. R&B singer and producer, Sza partnered with the comfortable footwear brand Crocs in a limited-edition collection for mental health awareness month.

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Is the Fashion Industry Backpedaling on Size

Y2K fashion is back and with it comes low-rise jeans, high cropped tees, mini skirts, baggy pants, and the under boob. All trends that favor a very specific type of body: extremely thin long legs, small waists with toned, slim bellies and jutting hips.
How is the fashion industry planning to make this very skinny privileged 2000s trend size inclusive is the mystery.

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Is Lululemon still worth the hype?

Lululemon is known for their quality workout clothes and for promoting a healthy lifestyle. Although they are also known for being expensive, people can’t seem to get enough of this brand. It’s almost as if this brand is its own aesthetic.

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Goodhood Launches New Apparel Line

East London-based multi-brand style retailer, Goodhood, is set to launch Goodhood Worldwide, a new in-house label. The collection includes a variety of slogan T-shirts, outerwear, sweaters, and equipment priced at anywhere between 15 and 130 pounds. However, this is not the first time Goodhood has introduced its first in-house brand. In 2013, Goodhood introduced Goods; however, the scope of the line was a lot smaller.

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10 Fashion Trends That Should Never Make A Comeback

Fashion trends are constantly changing as time passes. Trends like flared leggings and retro shoes are just examples of amazing fashion stables that have been seen making a comeback recently. Although there are many cool trends popping up again, some trends are meant to stay in the past.

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Op-Ed: The Irony of “Gilded Glamour” at The Met Gala

The Met Gala’s extravagance has been criticized by portions of the public for some time now. However, the irony of this year’s theme “Gilded Glamour” feels like a slap in the face of those who already see the event as a waste of money. Likewise, as an event centered around a theme and fashion, there seems to be a decrease each year in respect and effort put into even this aspect of it.

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Op-Ed: Revolutionizing Women’s Pant Pockets

If there is one thing that’s frustrating in this world, it is that women’s pants have little pockets or no pockets. Then, there are fake pockets. What is useful about fake pockets? Women’s pockets are often 48 percent shorter and 6.5 percent narrower than men’s pockets.

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Macy’s Announces the Return of its Icons of Style Campaign, Featuring 6 Black Designers

Department retailer Macy’s has announced the return of its Icons of Style campaign, featuring new seasonal collections from six Black designers for its private apparel brands. Working in collaboration with Macy’s, each designer will be creating a unique collection intended to engage diverse-owned brands that are moving the fashion industry forward. Areeayl Goodwin, GooGoo Atkins, Jerome LaMaar, Matthew Harris, Ade Samuel, and Stella & Blaise Bennett are the designers chosen for this year’s limited-edition seasonal collection.

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Op-Ed: How BBLs Are Changing the Fashion World

BBL fashion has taken the world by storm this year over social media platforms like Tiktok and Twitter. A term coined on social media platforms perfectly describes the fashion trend that caters to a body type achieved by one of the most painful and dangerous plastic surgeries, the Brazilian Butt Lift. Popularized by some of the most prominent celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Saweetie, Nicki Minaj, – and many more, the BBL consists of the widening of the hips, flattening the stomach, and enlarging the breasts and buttocks to achieve an “hourglass figure.”

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To Thrift or Not to Thrift?

In recent years the idea of thrifting as a means to curate an interesting wardrobe has become widely popular. TikTok’s sharing “thrift hauls” as well as creators styling items purchased second-hand has changed people’s perception of thrifting. However, not everyone is pleased about its growing popularity, as thrifting has long been seen as something you only do if you do not have the means to buy clothing new. If you’re familiar with internet discourse, you may have asked yourself, am I allowed to thrift or not?

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The Underwear Industry: How Easy is it to Find Inclusive Underwear Today?

The availability of inclusive undergarments at retail stores is at best scarce. It heavily depends on the kind of inclusion you are looking for. Finding underwear for people with disabilities is not only incredibly expensive, but it is also an endeavor. It is virtually impossible to find undies with side or back openings for people with compromised mobility at regular stores.

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Euphoric Fits for a Euphoric Cast

The hit HBO show, “Euphoria” captured the hearts of many viewers the second it was released. They have not only brought awareness to many different topics but the show itself has become its own aesthetic. If you tuned into the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar after party, then you probably saw the beautiful and unique fits of all the a-list celebrities.

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