Being an adolescent girl isn’t easy. And it’s even harder when you are bullied because of your dark skin tone by your peers and adults. 11-year-old Kheris Rogers, however, found a way to twist this myriad of issues into a creative and entrepreneurial solution.
9TH and North is where it all goes down. Merging the best of both worlds, the fashion brand makes people feel good and look good. But it also challenges them intellectually by highlighting wearable thought-provoking artwork, forcing people to think beyond what they see on the surface.
Fashion has always been a way to express individual identity and culture to the world. At first glance, an outfit can express a lot about a person however, rarely do we think about the way a garment was made. In a world of fast fashion, clothes are produced at a rapid speed from all over the world. Fashion designer Lujin Zhang however, chooses to express her culture through the production of each garment.
As a fashion-obsessed preteen, I always begged my mom to take me to the mall. There, I could see my favorite runway looks in person–an experience I often compared to meeting a celebrity. But, the experience was two-sided, I loved seeing the work made by the artists I considered my kin.
If someone were to wear a Marina Moscone piece out and about, they would not necessarily capture the mass attention of photographers. The pieces are casual, elegant, traditional and most-notably, ready-to-wear. They are not loud pieces, rather they softly whisper a casual elegance that appeals to many professional women.
Like most brands with lasting legacies, British retailer Kurt Geiger began as a fascinating tale of history, struggle, desire and passion. The son of a Jewish Viennese merchant, Geiger spent most of his childhood working in his family’s drapery business.
Have you ever wondered what preppiness, Yves Klein, Aaliyah’s ‘Rock the Boat,’ and a Slim Aaron’s photo of Katharine Hepburn in a Rolls-Royce at Montego Bay have in common? If you are like most people, including myself, these thoughts have probably never crossed your mind all at once. This laundry list of random nouns however, is nothing less than the self-described 2014 collection of one of fashion’s most popular new designers, Charles Harbison.
“I think Ralph has actually improved the quality of life for people. It’s through his ability to materialize beauty. He knows what beauty brings to people’s lives.” These are the sentiments of Linda Fargo, the Senior Vice President of Bergdorf Goodman. She expressed her thoughts in an interview with W Magazine about Ralph Rucci.
Most people only dream of quitting their jobs, selling their cars, packing up and moving to New York to follow their dreams. That’s exactly why Corianna and Brianna Dotson, more commonly known as Coco and Breezy, are not classified as “most” people. Coco and Breezy were born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota.