I was raised witnessing the ease of long gowns and buttoned shirts worn by elder members at my family gatherings, of dressing up for church, and my father coming to school recitals still in his suit from work.
Similar origin stories float around the fashion industry. Stylists whose first clients were high school friends seeking their expertise, designers who learned to sew from family members and whose first commissioned pieces were for their siblings, photographers whose first photoshoot was a field trip shot with their iPhone.
Recently, a Japanese lolita brand, Baby The Stars Shine Bright, announced its participation in the upcoming Fall/Winter 2024 runway for New York Fashion Week.
DSquared2, the iconic Canadian brand renowned for its campy and eclectic designs, has once again captivated the fashion world with its FW24/25 show.
During the coldest months, amongst the wintery blur of black puffers, monochrome slush-covered boots, and burrowed faces, the ability to personalize one’s style lies mostly in one’s accessories.
Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons’ Autumn 2024 Menswear Collection artfully weaves together the dichotomy of urban professional life and the serene embrace of nature.
This year’s spring offering for Miuccia Prada’s namesake brand was a mixture of traditionally preppy silhouettes; a smattering of vintage academic staples mixed with a decidedly contemporary twist.