What are the implications of how we buy our clothes? Can one have an ethical wardrobe and still be stylish? Yes, you can.
It’s another #NoMakeupMonday but is going without makeup what you really want to do or is it just yielding to a different standard? Your face, your choice.
People who are obsessed with other people’s nipples, especially when those nipples are totally covered, have no room to be offended.
Young fashion photographers are getting noticed by using film instead of digital cameras. We like the idea but the switch to analog doesn’t make sense.
Whether we’re talking about James Hinchcliffe, the BMAs, old sneakers, Vietnam, or #WorldTurtleDay, there is plenty of shoveling to be done this Monday.
Casual Friday has gone beyond being a weekly tradition to the standard dress for many workplaces, but is athleisure taking things a bit too far?
Beyonce says her Ivy Park label is about empowerment, but when one looks at the facts it seems much more about exploitation. We’ve seen this before.
Am I the only one who finds it strange that modesty is used as a weapon by women against other women for all the wrong reasons? Institutionalized modesty is disturbing.
Modeling looks glamorous and sounds like a good way to make money when you’re young but a new CNN investigation shows how much the industry sucks.
Product placement is very common in traditional media, but as advertisers look more at digital media, perhaps photographers can cash in on this as well.
Women take note: female entrepreneurs outperform all-male startups by 63%. That business idea you’ve been considering? The time to start is NOW.
We’ve stroked the black cat and come up with some strong predictions for the future. Whether you use them or ignore them is up to you.
A report released yesterday recommends department stores need to close 100s of mall locations. Goodbye, shopping habits. Retail just got ugly.
Someone said this week that fashion critics are extinct. I’m sorry, but we’re not. Our reviews are more important than ever. Take a look.
Gucci thought selling a t-shirt with a picture of Jesus would be a good idea. There’s just one problem: the shirts are flammable. It’s okay to laugh.
The speed of fashion is moving so fast that our most creative designers are choosing to leave rather than play along. We need to derail this train.
Both Amy Schumer and Iskla Lawrence have had issues over being labeled “plus” size. Maybe we need to stop calling anything “plus” and find better labels.
How we define sexy is changing, but that may not mean what you think it means. What’s important is that sexy have a voice that can be heard. Take a look.
Places not included on Fortune’s list of best places to work: anything in fashion or advertising. Or Indiana. That needs to change. Quickly.
Fashion retailer Pierre Bergé, co-founder of Yves Saint Laurent, blasted designers making clothes for Arab women. We think he’s out of line. Please take a look.
The fast track to stardom seems to catapult a large number of people into the limelight, but staying there can prove quite difficult. Take a look.
Reflection can give us warm feelings about the past, but it can also be the very motivation we need to change the future. We have five examples. Take a look.
Pole dancing is proving to be an effective form of communication in some of the most surprising of places. Maybe even church. Take a look.
The future is here as self-cleaning clothes are now possible! This is the answer to every housewife’s laundry problems but what about related industry?
Giorgio Armani has decided to stop using furs in their collections after this fall. Could this be the beginning of the end for fur in fashion?
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