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Fashion Designers are Changing How We Consume Fashion

If you want it, go get it after the show.
The combination of social media and fast fashion is detrimental to the designer industry. This has been proven countless times as multiple Instagram posts appearing in real time as designers show their collection on the runway. With posts circulating the web, retail brands
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Can Streetwear Be Considered High Fashion?

From the streets to the luxury houses.
Streetwear is everywhere. And at the moment, it’s no longer just popular in the alleys; it can also be found on the runway shows of big fashion houses. When a crossover of street and high fashion is mentioned, one would immediately think
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This Androgynous Model Makes the Case for Gender Fluidity

Meet Jullian Culas.
Our society's standards, by default, recognizes boundaries in fashion that separates males from females. Naturally, girls are expected to be feminine and guys need to be masculine. The times, however, have changed. And all thanks to androgyny (derived from the Greek word
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Cartoon Characters Are Invading the Runway

Mickey Mouse x Marc Jacobs, anyone?
Like anvils dropped off a cliff, designers have fallen - hard! - for cartoon characters. To wit:1. Jeremy ScottWe all know that pop culture references are stamps of the kooky and playful designer Jeremy Scott. His works are reflections of what we
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7 High Fashion Labels to Follow on Snapchat

Introducing, your new 'best friends'.
Fashion—that glimmering arena of designers and sosy influencers all clad in covetable clothing, may seem worlds or even universes apart from the completely candid social media platform that is Snapchat. Nowadays, however, the fashion set prove to be just as down-to-earth as
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John Galliano To Show First Maison Martin Margiela Collection In London

John Galliano To Show First Maison Martin Margiela Collection In London
John Galliano will show his first collection for Maison Martin Margiela in London. The fashion designer, who was fired from Dior in 2011 for making racist slurs outside a Parisian café and returned to the industry as creative director of the French label
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A Louis Vuitton Punching Bag By Karl Lagerfeld. We're Not Kidding.

A Louis Vuitton Punching Bag By Karl Lagerfeld. We're Not Kidding.
Now here come the collaborations to end all collaborations. Nicolas Ghesquiere and Delphine Arnault are launching a new project for Louis Vuitton called The Icon and The Iconoclasts, wherein designers, artists, and architects including Karl Lagerfeld, Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Rei Kawakubo, Frank Gehry,