Saturday, July 31, 2021

Tag: Fashion

Fashion Editors Are Shopping for Pants RN, and This Pair Is Trending

Part of my post-pandemic shopping journey has been to find pieces that I can style in a multitude of ways and that have an element of comfort to them. Do I miss sitting in high-waisted no-stretch jeans all day long? Absolutely not. But do I miss actually wearing something that isn’t a pair of sweats when I’m working from home? Absolutely.

Luckily, Athleta has been my go-to destination for anything I’m looking for, whether it’s the perfect leggings to wear with my oversize sweater during a workout or the ankle pants that I can style in about 10 different ways.

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Gen Z’s ‘nowstalgia’ for Y2K fashion is leading to a thrifting explosion

It’s part of a rising trend of Y2K fashion and what has been called “nowstalgia” among Gen Z, who are reliving early 2000s fashion trends they were too young to experience or remember the first time around.

“I think there’s like this resurgence of what was so cool in the 2000s … now that it’s coming back, it’s like you want to infuse it with today’s pop culture,” said Lisa Sahakian, CEO and founder of Ian Charms.

It’s not just beaded necklaces coming back into style. Iconic fashion trends of the early 2000s like bucket hats, low-rise jeans, and babydoll

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Jacksonville family’s clothing line featured in New York Fashion Week

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Ripping the runway!

One local family is making strides in the fashion industry with a new clothing line.

Royal-Asher Grayson Watts is 4 years old and the owner of RAGZ LLC. His fashion line will be featured in New York’s Fashion week at the same he starts kindergarten.

“We have a 4-year-old entrepreneur. You know, you don’t have that often?,” said Tarsha Hagan, RAGZ CEO and Designer.

Watts’ Mom, Tarsha Hagan, emptied her life savings and successfully launched the clothing line last October to give little boys more clothing options.

It has now expanded to cover men,

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Designer Phoebe Philo Returns to Fashion With Her Own Brand

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 07:  Phoebe Philo attends the British Fashion Awards at The Savoy on December 7, 2010 in London, England.  (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Designer Phoebe Philo announced her return to fashion after a three-year break, following her exit from fashion house Celine back in 2017. The designer joined the label back in 2008 and made a tremendous impact not only on the brand but on the fashion industry as a whole. Philo will be returning with her own eponymous label, backed by the world’s largest multinational corporation, LVMH. The corporation will only have a minority stake in the new Phoebe Philo brand, allowing the designer to fully express herself without restrictions.

In an announcement about her return, Philo said that “being in my

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Influenced: ‘Vogue’ Editors on Finding Fashion Inspiration in Their Colleagues

After more than a year of remote work, the time has finally come for Vogue staffers to emerge from our homes and step, however cautiously, back into the office. While it may take us a few weeks to reacclimate to the nuances of elevator etiquette, I know I’m not the only one who’s been looking forward to the return of spontaneous conversation, in-person meetings, and—perhaps most importantly—office style inspiration.

From an assortment of eye-catching summer dresses to one surprisingly chic silicone phone case, the pieces currently dominating Vogue’s offices serve as an endless source of sartorial discovery—especially right now,

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‘He’s a star, Gap is benefiting from that’: will Kanye West save the clothing giant? | Fashion

The Gap has released the second item from its collaboration with Kanye West’s Yeezy label. A black puffer called a “go round” jacket, which the rapper wore at the Balenciaga couture show, follows the electric blue puffer jacket which went on sale in June.

Insiders are hoping that the collaboration will reverse the fortunes of the retail giant and the signs are positive. The home of khaki lost $62m (£45m) in the third quarter of last year, according to Women’s Wear Daily, and confirmed plans to close all 81 of its physical stores in the UK and Ireland. But

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