March 27, 17
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A New Documentary Takes on the Cost of Fast Fashion

The True Cost is a hard film to watch if you have ever, well, been to a store and bought clothes. Director Andrew Morgan pairs shots of Black Friday shoppers with bodies of the 1,100 workers crushed when a factory collapsed at Rana Plaza in Bangladesh two years ago — a galvanizing event that spurred Morgan into activism. He tells the ... Read More »

Justin Bieber Vows to Bring Us a Line of Mom Fashions

From palling around with Olivier Rousteing at the Met Ball to starring in his own Calvin Klein billboard, Justin Bieber has spent the past year insinuating his way into the world of fashion. He just wrapped a parkour-heavy cameo in the upcomingZoolander 2. And, he tells Women’s Wear Daily, he still has his sights on design. Bieber, who smacks on ... Read More »

Stafford College students show off their fashion prowess at special event

STAFFORD College students and Guildhall Shopping Centre are joining forces to celebrate Adult Learners Week tonight. The shopping centre will open tonight to help young people host a fashion extravaganza, featuring students’ designs with fashion shows on the malls, and art and media displays in six of the centre’s empty units. Graphics design students will create flyers, posters and invitations ... Read More »

The True Cost” Explores the Global Impact of Fast Fashion

  Between the Fifth Avenue flagships, ongoing designer collaborations, and what feels like new deliveries of clothes every single week, it’s almost difficult to remember where Americans bought cheap clothes before the fast-fashion revolution. There have been rumblings and reports about the darker, unsustainable side of fast fashion, and designers like Stella McCartney and Suno have long focused on the ... Read More »

Michelle Obama debuts London Fashion Week wardrobe makeover

  Michelle Obama is well known for championing up-and-coming designers and on a trip to London this week she took the opportunity to fly the flag for some London Fashion Week favourites. It goes without saying that being first lady comes with some serious benefits – not least in the wardrobe department. Obama was in town this week to promote ... Read More »

Fashion Is Unavoidable at Pitti Uomo

FLORENCE, Italy — During the Pitti Uomo trade show, men’s fashion is unavoidable. It spills into the streets, busy with the double-breasted jacket brigade. At the sacred aperitivo hour in the Piazza Ognissanti, the crowds sipping spritzers on the terrace of the St. Regis hotel were treated to an alfresco fashion show by Ports 1961. Guests on a balcony of ... Read More »

Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski React to Melissa Rivers Joining Fashion Police as New Host Read more:

  The gang’s all here! News broke on Wednesday, June 17, that Melissa Rivers would be joining Fashion Police as an official co-host after years of serving as an executive producer on the show. The sole daughter of the late Joan Rivers was quickly welcomed with open arms by her co-hosts Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski. PHOTOS: Joan Rivers’ legacy ... Read More »

At Fashion East, a Mix of Club Kid and Indian Ruler References

There was a party at Fashion East this season. New kid on the block Charles Jeffrey had brought his club night and creative community, named Loverboy, to the Institute of Contemporary Arts, letting dressed-up girls and boys dance on the raised podium to Spice Girls and other pop gems. Scattered among them was his collection, with paint-splattered jeans, an electric ... Read More »

Jawbone again sues Fitbit, this time claiming patent infringement

Jawbone has filed its second lawsuit against Fitbit in less than two weeks, claiming its activity tracking products infringe several of Jawbone’s patents. The new suit, filed Wednesday in San Francisco by Jawbone parent company AliphCom, seeks unspecified damages and an injunction to block the sale of Fitbit devices such as the Flex, Charge and Surge bands. Late last month, ... Read More »