In the news this week, designers and editors give their advice on how to win a fashion prize, BoF analyses the importance of a mentor in rapidly changing fashion industry, while Fashion Network reports on haute couture turning its back on fur - real and fake. Over on Quartz, do people really care if their clothes are new anymore?
What Does It Take To Win A Fashion Prize In 2019?
A fashion prize is not just a fairytale ending - designers and editors offer their advice.
People Don’t Care If Their Clothes Are New Anymore
Remember when “secondhand” meant a trip to the Salvation Army for ugly sweater day? Or when “thrifting” (á la Macklemore) was picking up a wacky, sort-of-dirty fur thing from Goodwill that you’d probably never wear?
Looking For A Fashion Mentor? Here’s Where To Begin
Today’s fashion aspirants must create a lasting career trajectory amid a rapidly changing industry landscape. Finding a mentor early can help.
Haute Couture Turns Back On Fur, Both Real And Fake
Something rather significant was missing from the Paris haute couture shows which wrapped up on Wednesday night - fur.
How TV Merch Evolved From Niche Culture To Covetable Streetwear
Before the first season of Stranger Things, nobody could have predicted the love the show would elicit, turning it into a major brand in itself and hastening Netflix’s transformation into the veritable powerhouse it is today.