Fashion has always been separated by gender, but with new moves by Zara and Dries Van Noten that separation may slowly disappear.
ABC & NBC say they turned down a Lane Bryant ad because of indecency standards. But are they really censoring sex or body size? We see a problem.
The recently-published CFDA report on NYFW fails to make any authoritative statement, which leaves this fall’s events open to chaos and anarchy.
Most things don’t work. We try, fail, and our creative frustration grows to the point we give up. You have to not allow failure to affect your sense of self..
Creativity without quality is of little use and quality cannot be mass produced. Art does not work on a volume scale. There’s a reason masterpieces are rare.
To be truly creative, to make something that is different enough to impact our culture, means being willing to take risks and make sacrifices that are uncomfortable.
I didn’t watch the Oscars last night. I didn’t have any reason to care. Why? Our popular culture has imploded with boredom and we need to fix it. Now.
As millennials and generation z grows in spending power, is being sexy still enough to sell lingerie or fashion? There are those who think not.
Those pictures teens are constantly taking are changing the global economy, not because there are too many, but because they change our decision-making process.
We can’t legally say the Miss Fashion Week contest is a scam, but their deliberate stance against transgender diversity is one of many red flags. Stay far away.
The fashion system is broken. Exactly how to fix it is up for some debate, but there are identifiable places at which we can start and everyone can help a little.
Tom Ford has cancelled his #NYFW show and Burberry is combining men’s and women’s runway into one, both with buy-off-the-runway plans. Fashion is changing.
NYFW starts just one week from today! Here’s a quick look at the important issues we’re watching, hoping to get excited before next week!
Fashion’s biggest failure is that it continues to do business with garment manufacturers whose employees are treated as slaves. We have a moral obligation to stop this.
The beautiful Sophia Loren sparkles in the new Dolce & Gabbana fragrance ad built on family values. Too bad they don’t welcomethe whole family.
At the risk of upsetting some, would it really be so bad if we allowed fashion houses to die with their designers and replace them with new, more creative designer labels?
Whether you’re snowbound, or even if you’re not, here’s a look at some of the best Spring fashion campaigns to hit this week. Keep your spirits up!
They’re doing runway shows in Milan today, but it’s men’s fashion so not too many people are paying attention, including me. Here’s why.
Vogue is putting Derek Zoolander on its February cover, and if you don’t think this is a paid ad you would be wrong. Not every editorial is what it seems.
Diesel’s creative director Nicola Formichetti is taking ads for the fashion label’s new underwear line where it’s in short supply: Porn. Seriously.
Ciara wore a gorgeous gown as she sang the national anthem at last night’s NCAA championship football game, and that really upset the stupid people.
Macy’s announced the closing of 40 stores this week and it seems the entire fashion retail market has been knocked on its back. What happened?
Italian designers Dolce & Gabbana introduced a new abaya line for Arab women on Sunday. The look is beautiful and stylish and long overdue.
Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer campaign is turning heads and setting tongues wagging for more than one reason. This could be a game changer. Take a look.
Fashion generates a LOT of news over the course of a year. The nice folks at BoF have done us the favor of creating lists of some of the most important.
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