For years, unconsciously she created a “runway” filled with visual art displays, of what seemed to be small projects⸺with a significant impact⸺ultimately feeding into the sum of a much larger equation. In 2015 an international art and fashion exhibition called Art Meso was birthed by Curator and Founder, Jennifer Sutton.
“I’m really a forever-kind-of-gal. If everybody’s going this way, I’m going to figure out how to go that way.” Isabel Toledo, a Cuban-American fashion designer and artist, told Vogue Magazine. Todelo’s work will be held in the utmost regard as a beacon of fine craftsmanship and inspiration. Toledo lives up to this title, having created beautiful fashion that will live on as her legacy.
Sustainability? Check. Luxury? Check.
Who says a clothing brand can’t do both? Where some might think sustainability and luxury are mutually exclusive, New York-based ready-to-wear and accessories designer Gabriela Hearst is here to show you they are not. She is a staunch believer that “sustainability and luxury should not be competing concepts.”
Styles have spread throughout the world, catching the attention of millions. Several brands have been successful in their own ways, especially Italian-based brand Moncler. They have continued to be a pioneer in the world of high fashion, and their newest collection “Genius Born Crazy” has found a new and exciting way to keep their fans hooked.
Fashion has definitely evolved over the past few decades, Countless designers have come forward and captivated their audiences with innovative styles and designs. As time passes, some designers have found a way to reach their audiences with their creations: through social media. One of these designers is Tracy Feith, designer of Feith Club, although his methods of sharing his clothing is rather “secretive.”
If you’re from Atlanta, or any large city for the most part, you know that different parts of the city vary greatly from one another in culture, community, and overall vibe. In Atlanta, people would never claim that Buckhead is the same as East Point or that Little Five Points is the same as Midtown. Tony Cruvie recognizes this and wanted to give people the opportunity to rep their neighborhood with pride, no matter where they’re from.
Jenni Kayne has a relatively high end brand in America’s clothing market. Her styles are very traditional and never outlandish, but if you want to look as good as this future megastar, your pockets are going to hurt. At least mine would.
When you hear about the world of fashion, you usually don’t think about a prison sentence. The two topics being discussed at the same time was pretty unlikely, until social media users learned about Rashod Stanley’s story. Stanley has posted some of the most innovative designs to hit the fashion market, while incarcerated at a Georgia prison. Not only has he proven himself to be a pioneer in the world of fashion, but he has also serves as an inspiration for those who may have ran into a few hurdles a long the way.
Imran Amed is in the business of fashion with a capital F. To many, fashion is the difference between what one wears to work versus a night of cocktails. To Amed, it’s a multi-billion dollar industry with endless influential possibilities. Few entrepreneurs can say they started their business from their couch, but it’s one of the many endearing details of his success story — now he’s one of the top male voices in the global fashion world today.