The Fashion Industry Has Something To Say

“As a Fashion Designer, It’s Important to Stay Politically Active.” –Georgina Chapman Politics on the runway span from Vivienne Westwood’s Spring 2013 finale showcasing a giant “Climate Revolution” banner to Chanel’s Spring 2015 female equality finale riot. From highlights of the Fall 2017 RTW season, fashion with a purpose is here to stay. With worldwide recent … Continue reading

Runway Trend: Military inspirations

“Military clothes are part of the fashion vernacular now” -Marc Jacobs From New York to Paris, Military fashions were dominant on Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear runways, as well in Pre-Fall 2015 collections.  Fatigue pants, cargo pockets, slightly oversized shapes, uniformed style, and big buttons on Marc Jacobs runway; Chanel’s nautical looks and navy stripes; and Sonia Rykiel’s tailored pants and shades … Continue reading

My Day at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

To me Modern art (Contemporary or Postmodern art) is philosophy, inspiration, imagination, non-traditional, experimentation, use of unique materials, abstract.  But most of all Modern art allows and inspires art lovers/admires to think… and try to interpret the meaning or purpose of an art piece.  Being able to or trying to interpret an Artist’s piece on … Continue reading

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