Making a name for yourself among the most famous as one of the best up-and-coming creative directors is not easy. Especially when your take on fashion is a little more casual, and a little less suit and tie. Dressing the rich and famous is not an easy job, especially if you want your designs to stand out, when they appear on the red carpet. 

Celebrity Wardrobe Stylist Elly Johan Karamoh has been immensely recognized in the last year by styling one of America’s favorite tv show host, Steve Harvey

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When looking at a beautiful outfit, accessories often go unnoticed. The primary focus of attention during red carpet events, advertisements, or fashion shows normally centers around clothing. Designers use jewelry, shoes, and bags to highlight the outfit, not take away from it. For example, people are easily able to recite who they think the best and worst dressed was at the Oscars, but I for one rarely include a person on that list because of their shoes. However, Amina Muaddi’s shoes demand the spotlight. Seeing someone wearing Muaddi’s shoes, one cannot help but cast their eyes to the floor and not forget the shoe they see.

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Fashion has a stereotype. Expensive, fancy, untouchable. What happens when that stereotype is broken? When fashion becomes accessible and even casual? 

From streetwear to fashion Jerry Lorenzo has made a name for himself with his famous “Fear of God” collection that has been thriving for over seven years and seven sets now. The seventh collection on “Fear of God” came out earlier this year and was an immediate success as well as the kids’ collection that came out earlier this month on May 12th. 

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A group of neo-natzi’s attacked a Syrian family business in the Kiez neighborhood in Berlin one night. On that same night, a short film called “Guest on Earth,” was being filmed in that same neighborhood. A neighborhood that is home to GmbH co-founders Benjamin Alexander Huesby and Serhat Isik. The 4 minute and 25-second film highlighted the everyday acts of resistance that the two; along with people in their community, have to constantly practice.

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