via Dazed Few television shows have been as iconic in the fashion stakes as Sex and the City. OK, so its shoe-obsessed, man-crazy, white girl protagonists might not quite hold up under a post-Tumblr lens, but when it comes to the clothes, it’s sartorial escapism at its finest. Now, new Instagram @everyoutfitonsatc has been made […]
Andy Warhol is having yet another moment. His works are featured this month in multiple formats on both coasts and across the digital advertising landscape. In Los Angeles, Revolver Gallery presents the critically acclaimed show Andy Warhol: Revisited. The free-with-reservation exhibition will premiere on February 11th, 2017, the 30th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s passing. In New […]
She’s been mu(i)se and model for Miuccia Prada since the 90’s, but now, Chloe Sevigny has stepped behind the camera for her latest project with Miu Miu, premiering her own installment of the brand’s Womens Tales series in New York. Voyeuristic and candidly confessional, “Carmen” captures the realities of life as a woman today, from […]
Google has teamed up with H&M’s Ivyrevel line to create custom-made dresses for its consumers based on their personal data. Coded Couture, as the project is called, or indeed the Data Dress, uses the Snapshot API to monitor that information (with the user’s permission) for a week. An algorithm then creates a digitally tailored dress […]
Meet the women turning rags into $250 dresses at New York Fashion Week
Tamara Mellon says luxury fashion will “be eaten by technology” as she sidesteps retailers and lowers prices with web-only company.
@ELECTRICRUNWAY Self-checkouts were the talk of the town this week with Amazon’s introduction of Amazon Go and Rebecca Minkoff’s collaboration with QueueHop. Experts predict that by 2020 we’ll be 3D printing our own clothing at home, and a few fashion tech announcements. It’s Friday, December 9th and here’s what you need to know this week […]
GLOSSY.com DEC 8, 2016 by ANA ANDJELIC Wander down the Takamiyacho neighborhood of Kyoto and turn left to a side street, and you will come across an unmarked boutique nested among the traditional Machiya townhouses. Venture in, and you will be surrounded by one-of-a-kind items ranging from dresses and denim to jewelry and housewares. Among […]
Locations of the snapbots will be released 24 hours in advance. The first pop-up will be on Thursday in Venice Beach, California, where the company is headquartered.
A major exhibition celebrating Sam McKnight’s remarkable 40-year career from the late 1970s to the current day.
Glossy.co by HILARY MILNES OCT 18, 2016 Vetements knows how to start a fashion frenzy. The fashion brand led by Demna Gvasalia, also the creative director of Balenciaga, sprung up seemingly out of nowhere in the past year with its street-inspired take on luxury fashion. Its pared-down designs and reimaginations on classic American brands (Champion, Hanes and […]
Some luxury designers are still keeping an arm’s length, while smaller designers are embracing the reach and exposure to Amazon’s 54 million Prime customers.
“They (sneakers) are the most important signifier and, sometimes, the great equalizer.” -Jon Caramanica, The New York Times “They are the way two men assess each other from afar: slight head nod of acknowledgment, followed by a focusing of the eyes on the foot of the other, to see where he stands, and what he stands […]
Xuly Bët (“Keep an open mind” in Wolof), the label founded by Mali-born designer Lamine Kouyaté, showed a collection inspired by his mother and her fight for women’s rights at the Kelly Cutrone/People’s Revolution show on Wednesday morning. One printed dress directly referenced International Women’s Day.
“It’s time for designers to do something personal and dynamic.” – Greg Armas of Assembly, a gallerist-turned-designer as well as retailer with stores in New York and Los Angeles. At the joint show of Assembly New York x Raquel Allegra held on September 14th at the Old Gym at 268 Mulberry Street, guests were treated […]
Leandra Medine | SEPTEMBER 8, 2016 BECAUSE IT SEEMS MORE AND MORE THAT PEOPLE ARE OPTING OUT OF TAKING IPHONE PHOTOS Sometimes, when I’m walking down the street, I will notice something and think to myself that it would make a good photo. When this happens, I almost always take out my phone to take said photo […]