Size inclusivity is a growing topic in fashion. Expanding size ranges is top of mind for nearly every single one of my clients and just about every brand I follow. Typically plus-size mannequins are saved for plus-size only stores, or plus-size sections in a department store. In a non-plus-size specific brand store it is as if they do not exist, until now. Nike, an industry
Athleisure. The genius coupling of performance athletic wear and leisure wear that has all but taken over the United States over the last 10 years. On a recent trip back to New York City, the amount of athleisure roaming the streets is noticeably less than it was 4 years ago. So, is the athleisure bubble now about to burst? We’re taking a look at
Designer clothes. Killer shoes. Jet-setting. Hair. Make-up. Runway. The parties. The crew. The freedom. Those damn bodies! Last month alone, thousands of new college graduates determined to make their name in fashion are going to be vying for coveted internship and assistant level openings in this $385.7 billion market. From the outsider looking in, the fashion industry (and those that are allowed in) has it all.
You may have heard of Fashion Revolution week, or seen Instagram get taken over by people holding “I made your clothes” signs. What is it all about? Fashion Revolution started as a reaction to the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh on April 24th, 2013. 1,138 people died in that horrific tragedy and another 2500 injured. It became the deadliest garment industry accident in
3 Major Brands Plan Their Debut Events Grab your fanny pack. It’s Coachella or bust! Coachella is more than just a music festival. It has become a cultural event that promises the possibility of catching a show with your favorite celebrity; floods social media feeds and sparks trends in fashion (hello/goodbye flower crown and have you heard of the bralette?). This multi-day concert held annually