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I'm an struggling fashion stylist focusing on getting out in the industry. I am interested in working with other fashion stylist to start somewhere. Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
Fashion is the most common word in the present generation. But now yoga clothes is the best part of fashion.
Optimists always picture themselves accomplishing their goals.
I am also a new member. Would a newcomer be warmly welcome here? Good day you guy !
I've been looking for a bag to replace my too-worn-to-be-hip jansport (a highschool relic) for some time - Filson appears to be the solution.
Uh. Only one of those is a backpack.
So after reading your "Oh Hey, H&M? Fuck you" piece, I'm a bit perplexed as to why you would suggest shopping the new collection at H&M. Editorial guidelines do exist at The L, yes? Oh, wait it's The L...what was I thinking?
You’ve really hit the nail on the head, Laurel. As we all know, the reason we’re in this financial mess is because of pure greed, and the fashion industry takes no exception to this. These designers drastically cut their production costs by outsourcing to China, etc. while still charging the same retail prices. Lower overhead = higher profit; No U.S. Jobs = 10% National Unemployment rate. Enough is enough already.
The fashion industry is also in the same pathetic shape as the music industry: bloated, over-processed, and self-important. The resulting equation: Music + Fashion = Disney. No individuality, no innovation, no creativity. It’s all BIG “business as usual”.
Music and Fashion Design are about celebrating evolution and risk, going against the so-called grain. For instance, why would any musician ever be asked “Who are you wearing?” And more importantly, why are they answering with “Chanel” or “Prada”?
I am an “indie” accessories designer. I live in NYC. I design a backpack called METTLE CASE, named in honor of my gutsy - slightly nutsy - endeavor. Unlike following the fashion herd, I am forging a fashion revolution. Not only is Mettle Case handcrafted in the U.S.A. (what a concept), its form is innovative and its function progressive. As indie designers, we proudly stand in the creative gap, on the fashion fringe – outside the doors of BIG Business. We are not asking to come in… We want everyone to come out.
Normally, New York luxury shopping deLuxe card (http://www.luxuryshoppingdeluxecard.com) will support many brands during fashion week.
Yeah, I wore a strapless dress to the Wilco show at McCarren Pool last summer with my camera strapped around me. It was a bad, bad idea.
You tell it sister!! This is so true. I was flipping through old magazines in my apartment and the only "Stunning" faces I can remember are really the classics: Christy, Amber, Naomi and Helena.
I mean Agyness is cute, but...she doesn't cut it.
Let's keep our fingers crossed that during this economical-politico-environmental- revolution brings us some good change.
i've been going to Olga @400 E 82nd for the past 11 years- not only is she fast with alterations, she can do custom pieces as well. she's the only one i trusted to do the work on my wedding dress and husbands suit.
Laurel, put on a helmet!!!!!!!
I thought it was only department stores that couldn't do same-day? Rene at 164 Orchard St. The man!
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