There’s a beautiful movement going on in the fashion industry right now - a movement full of diversity, celebration, and inclusion. From seeing models wearing afros on the front cover of magazines to walking the runway in traditional dress, it seems as if the industry has finally started to embrace change. And companies like Fashion Trust Arabia are helping to cultivate that process.
For those wondering if the time of true rock ‘n roll is dead, let us assure you that it is alive and well - and you can thank the British indie rock band Wet Leg!
Don’t get me wrong, there are tons of bands and musicians holding up the “rock ‘n roll mantle” while artists like Avril Lavigne, Machine Gun Kelly, and bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers come to mind, none of them capture the essence of Wet Leg.
Harris Reed is the moment. How else would you describe a 26-year-old British-American fashion designer who has created a whole tour worth of clothes for Harry Styles, put on two of his own fashion shows, worked with iconic brands such as Gucci and M-A-C cosmetics, and turned heads with a stunning debut at the 2021 MET Gala red carpet? Harris Reed is on the precipice of becoming a namesake in the fashion industry and it’s time everyone knew it.
One of life’s greatest pleasures lies in its simplicity.
Waking up to a gorgeous sunrise, hues of orange and yellow mixing together to glow over the horizon, while the sun’s rays seem to dance like shadows on the ground; laying on your bed, gazing out of the window, allowing the body to simply exist as you take in another breath of air.
These priceless moments are the framework from which Lori Saint Rome draws inspiration. Her artwork centers around humanity and nature, illustrating just how colorful and simple everyday activities can be.
It’s rare for an artist to emerge on the music scene and completely capture the industry’s attention - yet, Louisville, Kentucky rapper Jack Harlow is currently living this reality. However, Harlow isn’t entirely new to the music industry. His debut was in 2014 with the mixtape “Finally Handsome,”and an EP following the same name in 2015, though it wasn’t until 2020 with his hit song “What’s Popping” that his name began dominating the charts and the headlines.