Imagining a World After Anna

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Imagining a World After Anna

New York TimesApr 9, 2018
The rumors had been swirling around the fashion ether for the last few months, but until The Post article appeared, no one had dared voice them in anything except a whisper. It was just so hard to imagine. Ms. Wintour has been shaping our experience of fashion and dressing and fame for as long as most …
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It’s Hip to Be Hippie: Why Fashion is Obsessed with the Grateful Dead

Wall Street JournalApr 6, 2018
Online Ceramics’s success is part of a larger Deadhead infiltration of higher fashion. Tie-dyed pieces from designer labels like Amiri, Saint Laurent and Balenciaga are pouring into stores for spring, denim cutoffs are back in and decades-old Grateful Dead shirts are fetching hundreds of dollars at vintage …
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Really Fast Fashion: How to Get Bespoke Clothes With the Click of a …

Wall Street Journal18 hours ago
Software and robotics have been in use in fashion for some years. Companies like Proper Cloth in the U.S. use technology to predict a customer’s ideal shirt measurements without having to measure them in person, according to Chief Executive Seph Skerritt. For men’s shirts, he said, one of the challenges …

Food and fashion combine for Treature House event

Tribune-Review16 hours ago
Spuds and Duds is a fashion and food event to be held by Treasure House Fashions, a resale shop, and Jephthah Chapter of Eastern Star from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 14 at Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center, 3579 Masonic Way in Ross. The event will feature a potato bar (Spuds) and a fashion show (Duds) …

The Long Side of Kors Could Be Falling Out of Fashion with Traders

TheStreet.com15 hours ago
Bottom line: The chart of KORS may just be taking a pause from the rally that started back in August or we might be seeing the start of more topping action. Either way traders should raise stop protect to just below $60. Get an email alert each time I write an article for Real Money. Click the “+Follow” next to …
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Fashion: Japanese women in their 60s embrace beauty of their …

The MainichiApr 7, 2018
fashion magazine titled “Sutekina ano hito no otona fuku” (Adult clothes for that stylish person),” targeting women in their 60s, is seen in this photo provided by publisher Takarajima Publishing Co. TOKYO — More Japanese women in their 60s are choosing to reject pressure to look younger, instead …
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Ray Darten pop-up shop and fashion show will be at Slate Event …

Tribune-Review16 hours ago
The Ray Darten Pop-Up Shop and Fashion Show is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 14 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 15 at Slate Event Studio, 2517 Penn Ave. in Pittsburgh’s Strip District. Ray Darten by Yetunde Olukoya will be in Pittsburgh for the first time. It’s an opportunity to enjoy a large collection of the …
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Saudi Arabia Almost Had a Fashion Week

New York TimesMar 27, 2018
“Since the initial announcement made in February, Arab Fashion Week Riyadh has garnered significant interest from international guests wanting to attend,” said Layla Issa Abuzaid, the country director for Saudi Arabia at the Arab Fashion Council, the Dubai nonprofit responsible for the event. “Given this …
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H&M, a Fashion Giant, Has a Problem: $4.3 Billion in Unsold Clothes

New York TimesMar 27, 2018
In the world of fashion retailing, where shopping is fast moving online and stores try to keep inventories closely matched to sales, even a small stack of unsold clothes can be a bad sign. What about a $4.3 billion pile of shirts, dresses and accessories? That is the problem facing H&M, the Swedish fashion …
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How Shanghai Fashion Week Got Its Groove

The Business of FashionApr 5, 2018
There’s a sense that designer and customer — mostly millennials and even younger members of China’s Generation Zen — are growing up together. Both are looking to follow the new way of thinking in Chinese fashion, one that favours individuality among the sea of luxury megabrands and identikit trends.

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