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NYFW FALL 2020: New York Fashion Week Gone Virtual

NYFW FALL 2020: New York Fashion Week Gone Virtual

NYFW FALL 2020: This year marked the first time that NYFW displayed their first entirely VIRTUAL fashion week. Given the state of affairs with the current COVID-19 pandemic, designers could not exhibit their masterpieces at Spring Studios or the Whitney Museum. Instead, the fashion shows took place online. The CDFA had the “Runway 360” platform, where some designers would showcase…

Fashion Is Now Eco-friendly

Fashion Is Now Eco-friendly

Eco-friendly fashion, or eco-fashion has been widely discussed and upheld among the fashion industry for a while. The mission is to take social and business responsibility for manufacturing and sourcing practices, ensuring the well-being of their environment and all of its living creatures. This entails staying away from toxic or artificial materials and harming animals in order to produce leather or…

The Androgynous Movement is Changing Women’s Style

The Androgynous Movement is Changing Women’s Style

Boyish or feminine? Tomboy or girl? How about…neither. The androgynous trend has captured the hearts of many a fashion lover, including Sienna Miller, who professes her love for the bulky men’s shirt look during her interview with Vogue. Miller refers to her laid-back, disheveled outfits as “do-not-fancy-me clothes”. Many women will admit to feeling and looking comfy in their over-sized sweaters, baggy boyfriend…

The Millennial Takeover of the Retail Industry

The Millennial Takeover of the Retail Industry

The growing trendsetters of food, technology, and culture, the millennial generation have demonstrated their heavy influence on the fashion industry by overthrowing the traditional kings of retail. Polo Ralph Lauren, Gap, J. Crew, or Banana Republic experienced a dramatic decline in sales, downgrading into outlets, having more 50% off sale deals, and displaying their products on the sad clearance counter…

Bandanas: Spring 2017’s Biggest Retail Hit

Bandanas: Spring 2017’s Biggest Retail Hit

Since their last re-emergence in 2016, bandana scarves have launched themselves back into shop displays of big name retails stores such as J. Crew, Madewell and Urban Outfitters, a move that shook street style culture. While bandanas may seem like a sudden overnight success, their rise has been subtle and steady. Unbeknownst to the regular consumer, women have been going…