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Would You Buy These Dirty Sneakers for P46K?

Gucci's distressed retro sneakers retail for $870.
Would You Buy These Dirty Sneakers for P46K?
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Gucci's distressed retro sneakers retail for $870.

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Gucci releases distressed sneakers worth P46,000.

Gucci hops on the vintage bandwagon and releases a distressed version of the house's popular '70s trainers. It features "multi-material uppers defined by midfoot stripes and a wash of distressing that replicates years of wear," Hypebeast writes. You'll know it's a Gucci shoe with its "retro Gucci tongue patch, gold Gucci heel embossing, and an oval double-G enamel detail above the toe box." It retails for $870, which is approximately P46,000. 

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Is modest fashion the next big thing?

It's more than dressing for religious purposes. Muslim fashion, now more popularly known as "modest dressing," has blown up to be a $250-billion industry "designed by and for women of faith who love fashion," Buzzfeed News reports.

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Marc Jacobs relaunches the collection that got him fired.

Marc Jacobs is the latest designer to milk '90s nostalgia, following Dior (for its reissue of Saddle bags) and Prada (for its banana print resurrection). Marc brings back his grungy collection that got him fired from Perry Ellis in 1993. He calls his Resort 2019 line Redux.

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An AI robot designed Yoox's latest collection.

Italian online retailer Yoox employed the help of artificial intelligence to design the latest collection of its in-house label, 8 by Yoox. It claims to have crunched and analyzed data from consumer behavior and used these info to create a moodboard to be used as Yoox's design team's reference.

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Here's how Eva Chen pivoted from pre-med to fashion.

Eva Chen's career in fashion was not a smooth-sailing journey. She started out as a pre-med student before interning in magazines and eventually getting into editorial work. Now she works at Instagram, as the social networking site's Director of Fashion Partnerships. But if there's one thing that she's learned, it's to go with the flow, trust the timing, and create opportunities for yourself by working hard. There are no shortcuts to success, after all!

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