made in america: what it looks like today
Although most US-designed garments are still produced abroad, a handful of exciting brands from 1.61 to The Row are redefining the identity of American-made goods.
german duo milky chance on going viral and crafting megahits
Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch of Milky Chance are riding the wave of their YouTube success.
god save the queen: female punks on the rise
Punk may be dead, but women are resurrecting its raw sound and energy for a new generation.
new york jewellery designers to watch in 2015
Get to know five of the most creative young jewellery makers in the city that doesn’t sleep.
is brooklyn new york’s new epicentre of fashion?
As more and more designers move to Brooklyn, major Fashion Week events are heading across the river, and two design incubators are supporting talent in the borough, so could Brooklyn replace Manhattan as the fashion capital of the USA?
the rise of the multi-talented multi-tasker
More than ever we see bright young talents show off a host of skills over honing a signature role. Is multi-tasking the only way to make a name for yourself in the creative industries today?
the younger the better when it comes to advice
From the Dear Abby days, when the advice column rose to prominence, we’ve always turned to older voices rich in “life experience” to solve our dilemmas and inspire us to get through life’s troubles. But with issues in modern feminism changing the types...
so what is fashion week like for an up and coming designer?
What about the rising stars, the people working with small teams and even smaller budgets? How do they do it? Is it worth it? And what does Fashion Week actually do for these labels?
the rise of theatricality: what to look forward to this fashion week
For spring/summer 15, Opening Ceremony have enlisted Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill to script a one-act play to showcase their designs, Gareth Pugh is leaving his post at Paris Fashion Week to bring “an immersive live performance” to New York and who knows...
is anti-feminism really a thing?
The ‘I Don’t Need Feminism’ movement is taking hold across the blogosphere. But is this a terrifying step backward for women, or a radical rejection of an outdated concept? And wouldn’t the ultimate in feminism mean supporting these women’s voices?
do you need a signature look to make it in fashion?
Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, Emmanuelle Alt - the most powerful people in fashion have their everyday look down to a science, but what comes first, the success or the signature style?
how instagram can make you forget why you love fashion
From models to bloggers to It Girls, the constant stream of gifted shoes, bags and sun-soaked, carefree faces clogging up your Instagram feed can sometimes make you (if you are not a model/blogger/It Girl) forget why it is you work crazy hours for...
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