Fashion is constantly birthing fresh faces, even during a global pandemic. Charles de Vilmorin is one of the latest names added to the list of the who’s who in fashion. He was able to use the worldwide shutdown to be able to focus on creating and ended up simultaneously landing a position with a longtime player in the fashion industry. 

The fashion world was rocked by the pandemic just like most other fields. There’s been a lot of layoffs, illnesses, and death amongst other things. As we hope the dust has at least begun to settle, we shift our attention to designer and creative director Charles de Vilmorin, who’s worked to become one of the industry’s brightest stars. He is the grandson of a former botanist, and his father worked as a financial director of a fashion brand. De Vilmorin found a unique way to implement the botany background into his early work. 

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Artistry has its many forms and for Fashion Designer Matsui Ryosuke, the creation of clothing and shoes allows him to display an excellent set of skills and imagination encompassing belief systems, celestial scopes, and spiritual perspectives. 

His brand is called Ha Za Ma, a Japanese fashion brand colliding future and past to create gothic luxe streetwear that pushes the boundaries of fashion. Every piece tells a story through fabric, color, style, right down to the process of photography and the way he prefers his garments to be marketed. 

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Clothing is bland without a meaning. That is why we are captivated by distinctive looks with a purpose, and fashion designer Patricia Bonaldi delivers just that with her iconic designs. Bonaldi has made waves in the fashion industry since 2002 with her clothing that harnesses the colorful energy of South America. Her designs are “bold and Brazilian” for their detailed embroidered patterns, beading, hanging tassels, and vibrant prints that give an overall vibe of a dreamy beach vacation.

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London, England: a paradise for fashion and entrepreneurial innovation. It is a city with booming marketplaces and excellent department stores (such as the famous Harrods and Selfridge’s). The city is truly one of the great metropolises of the world, and it has always been a beacon of light in western society. Today, London is constantly brewing new celebrities in the fashion world. Duro Olowu, a resident Londoner, has jumped on the current scene by using his African heritage and style, as well as a very appropriate formalwear line. 

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Fashion designs always come with a backstory. I’ve seen extraordinary designs inspired by the Earth’s vast landscapes and living creatures, some very spiritual inspired by the traditional practices of set cultures and others inspired by eras throughout history like the Roaring 20s or the Victorian era. However, few have made me smile like the designs of Daniel Roseberry, the artistic director of Maison Schiaparelli. His work follows the blazed trail of Fashion Designer Elsa Schiaparelli and is rooted in the fantastical concept of surrealism.

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Digitally Native American staple brand, Buck Mason has gone against the grain to redefine men’s fashion. With quality classics like tees, jeans, and sweaters, men can achieve that clean, elevated look without the hassle.

Founded by two midwesterners Sasha Koehn and Erik Allen created the brand in 2013, in their garage in Los Angeles. The duo recognized a need for American manufactured clothing brands that make shopping for men easy. 

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