Womyn’s Coalition fights fast fashion by trading clothes

    Photo by Marcella Baietto | The State PressStudent looking through donated clothing at the Earth Day Clothing Exchange at the terrace of Engrained in the MU on ASU’s Tempe campus on April 18, 2017. By Karisma Sandoval | 16 minutes ago In an effort to promote sustainable fashion, the Womyn’s Coalition hosted a recycled clothing event on […]

    Amazon ‘ready to shake up UK clothing market’ with its own fashion label to take on M&S, Next and Boohoo

    Amazon could launch its own UK fashion label, according to industry reports The rumours are fuelled by Amazon’s recruitment of former Marks & Spencer big-hitters Frances Russell (ex-head of womenswear) and Karen Peacock (previously the high street chain’s head of design), as well as Primark’s menswear buying director, Glen George – who also once worked […]

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    10 Online Fashion Startups To Watch

    Fashion is a huge industry and it’s growing every day. The global women’s clothing industry, just a piece of it, is expected to exceed $621 billion in 2014. And how many industries do you know of on that scale? Below are some online fashion startups to watch.  Those that are experimenting with interesting ideas, and gradually bringing […]

    Wearable devices need to balance fashion and function

    Gadget lovers are slipping on fitness bands that track movement and buckling on smartwatches that let them check phone messages.Some brave souls are even donning Google’s geeky-looking Glass eyewear. For the technology industry, this is exciting time, but also a risky one. No one really knows whether the average consumer can be enticed to make […]

    Fashion Designers Spruce Up Boring Smartwatches

    Fashion Designers Spruce Up Boring Smartwatches Smartwatches don’t have to look ugly to be functional. Clothing and accessories designers are collaborating with engineers to produce computerized wristwatches that people will want to wear all day and night. With Apple Inc. preparing to release a watch line that includes an 18-karat gold edition, rivals know they […]

    Can Fashion and Technology Coexist Without Any Stunts?

    Can Fashion and Technology Coexist Without Any Stunts? The worlds of fashion and technology are coming closer and closer together. While technology companies have paid a lot of attention to industrial design in recent times, the use of technology in fashion, and fashion in technology, is still developing. Apple tied up with Hermes, a French […]

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    Can Fashion and Era Coexist Without any Stunts?

    The worlds of style and Generation are coming closer and nearer collectively. Whilst Technologyagencies have paid loads of interest to industrial design nowadays, using Technology in Fashion, andStyle in Era, remains growing. Apple tied up with Hermes, a French luxurious residence for its ultra-modern Apple Watch and Frenchluxurious items maker Dior become taking its admirers […]

    Can fashion and era Coexist with none Stunts?

    The worlds of favor and generation are coming closer and closer collectively. at the same time astechnology businesses have paid a variety of interest to industrial design nowadays, the use ofgeneration in style, and style in era, continues to be growing. Apple tied up with Hermes, a French luxury residence for its modern-day Apple Watch […]

  • How fashion is courting the Muslim pound

    Muslim shoppers on Carnaby street in London Photograph: Alamy With Ramadan set to start next week, it’s not uncommon for supermarket chains to lay out special spreads in the lead-up to the holy month of fasting, briefly converting what was once the “world foods” aisle into a haven of two-for-one bottles of Rubicon and half-price […]

  • French fashion mogul Pierre Bergé hits out at ‘Islamic’ clothing

    Bergé took aim at the big fashion chains that have followed the Italian designers Dolce & Gabbana in catering specifically to the Muslim market. “I am scandalised,” the 85-year-old told French radio station Europe 1 on Wednesday. “Creators should have nothing to do with Islamic fashion. Designers are there to make women more beautiful, to […]

    An Israeli fashion reporter’s journey to the dark side of the clothing industry

    Jobless masses who once worked in developing countries’ textile industries, unmitigated waste and severe damage to the environment are among the destruction wreaked by the global fashion industry. A conversation with fashion reporter-turned-sustainability vigilante Michal Arbel-Levy. read more: http://www.haaretz.com/life/.premium-1.712038Michal Arbel-Levy, you were fashion reporter for the mass-circulation newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth for four years. What made […]