ACONAV shines spotlight on Native American fashion

dodano: przedwczoraj, 04:15 przez redblog

Acoma Pueblo designer, Loren Aragon is the mastermind behind ACONAV. He is channeling inspiration from Native American culture and creating beautifully crafted designs. The name ACONAV represents the cultures of Loren and his wife Valentina. Loren is from the Acoma Pueblo and Valentina is from the Navajo. Aragon’s brand, based in Phoenix, originally started out as a greeting card...


Boston Ballet opens season with ‘Obsidian Tear’

dodano: 10 listopada, 11:21 przez redblog

The stirring chords of Jean Sibelius’s “Finlandia,” performed as a musical interlude by the Boston Ballet orchestra, opened the Boston Ballet’s 2017-2018 season Friday night in a salute to artistic director Mikko Nissinen’s homeland. The program continued with a ballet set to the moody notes of “Lachen verlernt” and “Nyx” by another...


Fashion Council WA’s Swim and Resort Series launched at The

dodano: 31 października, 09:19 przez redblog

PERTH’S fashion set turned out to enjoy the unveiling of this summer’s Fashion Council WA’s Swim and Resort Series at The Shorehouse this morning. The event which included a fashion moment, revealed a line up of events that will take place over Perth from November 25-26 and will celebrate WA’s beachside and riverside lifestyle at venues including Point Fraser...


Showcase classic tale for people

dodano: 19 października, 12:19 przez redblog

The Richard. E. Rauh Conservatory is bringing “Beauty and the Beast” to Pittsburgh’s Byham Theater at the end of the month. The production offers the audience a chance to step into the world of Broadway’s modern classic: The story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can...


A genderless style of dress

dodano: 11 października, 05:12 przez redblog

Androgynous clothing and style are nothing new. But as growing recognition and understanding of non-binary genders continues to change perceptions of identity – nowhere more so than in the workplace – is it time to rethink workwear and office dress codes to reflect this shift? It may make sense for some companies to be more receptive to unisex or non-gendered clothing, not only...

Barragán by Victor Barragán has become an Instagram sensation as of late. The Mexico native has received a great deal of buzz, thanks to his overtly sexual portrayal of his designs across his social media feeds. On Barragán’s personal account, ytinifninfinity, he shows off his jewelry in a crude-chic way, wrapping classic bracelets around phallic-shaped fruit or piercing oysters...


Myanmar designers put ethical twist on local fashion

dodano: 11 września, 13:18 przez redblog

With Myanmar emerging as a manufacturing hub for mass-produced clothes, a crop of young designers are using homegrown fashion to preserve the country’s sartorial heritage and reshape the sweatshop model. Inside her boutique in downtown Yangon, Pyone Thet Thet Kyaw crafts her own designs using traditional patterns and fabrics, many from ethnic minority groups, to make A-line skirts,...

From America’s Next Top Modelseason 21 to 2.6 million Instagram followers, and counting, Winnie Harlow is one model that’s certainly on fashion’s radar and should be firmly placed on yours. The 23-year-old Canadian model, whose skin condition vitiligo makes her easily recognisable on a red carpet and runway and a role model to those who also suffer from the condition,...



dodano: 4 września, 10:55 przez redblog

In one of his classes, Nathaniel Seelan, a teacher at Vidyaniketan School in Chennai had his students divided into several categories — models, designers, choreographers, and more. And he went on to organise a fashion show! Before this, he also was a resident volunteer at Auroville’s Sadhana Forest, where he spent weekends with kids from the local community, teaching them the...


What I wore this week: soft jackets

dodano: 27 maja, 08:24 przez redblog

The big news this week is that I’ve finally cracked shoulder-robing. I don’t mean I’ve mastered how to do it (still struggling with how not to crick my neck, drop the jacket in a puddle, or both), but I’ve figured out what it means. Shoulder-robing is to the serious jacket what a rolled sleeve is to the crisp, white shirt. It is power dressing for an age obsessed...