Having an impact on society through fashion is the underlining fabric of the industry. Fashion often initiates a change of a societal norm, for better…
This past week was Fashion Week here in New York City and the streets were littered with influencers and fashion’s elite, as well as fashion enthusiast from all over the world. And if you’re a bit intimidated - it’s ok!
NEW YORK, NY, September 10, 2019 – Fashion is a collaborative effort, we are in the age of community and which means now is the top develop yourself and help others. The Daily Front Row and The Selects celebrated the Spring/Summer 2020 collections of ten up-and-coming Korean brands in New York’s SoHo district.
With wedding season approaching, Watters, a global leader in the bridal industry, is pleased to debut imaginative new collections of bridal gowns and special occasion dresses for F/W 2020 by its three brands: Watters, Wtoo by Watters and Willow by Watters.
“S.O.B. is more an ideology than culture, we care about Human Rights, it’s one of our core values.” - Trey Alligood
New York Fashion Week is only a month away. The anticipation to see what our favorite designers have in store for the 2020 summer/spring ready-to-wear shows is building and the ongoing hype around bloggers and influencers in the industry. For example, if you didn’t know who Nico Panda is by the end of last season, you’ve probably been living under a rock.
Fashion designer. Lee Alexander McQueen was born on March 17, 1969, into a working-class family living in public housing in London's Lewisham district. His father, Ronald, was a cab driver, and his mother, Joyce, taught social science. On their small incomes, they supported McQueen and his five siblings. McQueen, called "Lee" by his friends for most of his life, recognized his homosexuality at an early age and was teased extensively about it by schoolmates.
Jack Carlson and Keziah Beall are introducing Rowing culture to the social fabrics of today’s fashion.