This idea of chaos or apocalypse is inspiring a new vision of fashion. Survival wear has now enter the catwalk, and as it is getting worse everyday, I’m not sure it is going to be irrelevant in the upcoming years.
Fashion & Society
I often showed – especially on my Instagram stories – that we should stop underestimating this continent. Today, the goal is to give 3 facts that can cleverly and simply justify this statement. Not that we need justifications to legitimate this continent and its cultures. With this article I wanted to underline a few elements that can clearly make us understand why this underestimation should stop now.
During the fashion history, women have had different sorts of neckwear, but that wasn’t necessary including the masculine necktie as we know it today. According to some archaeologists, some neckwear items were found in Africa, more especially in Egypt.
Burberry x Ib Kamara As you know now, I enjoy researching on the impact of social aspirations on fashion industry overall. I wrote about sustainability and also authenticity, but this time, I wanted to talk about a claim that is spreading in fashion industry: […]
You might have read a lot about this accessory lately because of actual trends. This article is not aimed to tell you how to wear the beret and how cool you can be if you wear one. Indeed, I wanted to write about it because this little object has had so many uses and symbolics through centuries.
When consumption meets ethic and social issues, the rules might changed. In a time deeply impacted by climate and identity trouble, is our vision of fashion can be influenced by those problems?
Saturation, pollution, deterioration, the consequences are tangible and dramatic. Is it time for us to change our way to see fashion?
Have you seen the latest communication campaigns in the Fashion industry? Have you noticed how authenticity is becoming the main argument? ? I don’t know if it’s a reality, although, this had me wondering. During many years, fashion and trends were in total […]