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?
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In the news this week, beauty brands increased campaigning around Gay Pride month makes us question their marketing strategies and transparency, Valentino’s SS19 casted a record amount of models of colours sparking a debate on inclusivity in house couture, while Stylist started their series of articles on how money is linked to our wellbeing.
In the news this week, Glamour reviews GFW19 sustainable collections, British government rejects a new plan to tackle the environmental impact of fast fashion, while Underpinned urges the importance of mental health in freelance work.
In the news this week, Hypebeast wonders why we don’t create more inclusive fashion, i-D examines what is means to be a designer in 2019, while Girlboss has your back on writing a killer LinkedIn summary.
In the news this week, the debut Gucci Beauty campaign celebrates imperfections, i-D examines how Instagram has transformed the fashion industry, while Susie Dent writes for Stylist about the money language that can help us get comfortable talking about our finances.
In the news this week, GQ presents an examination of the potential future of the fashion industry under no-deal Brexit, Quartz debates if cheap fashion brands can ever become ethical, while Jack Williams finds a solution to opinion that art and design courses produce unemployed young creatives over at Intern.
In this week news, Paul Smith’s shares his top 10 tips on how to build a brand that lasts, Refinery29 sheds some light on why candidates are ghosted after a job interview, while the leather debate continues — is vegan leather better than the real deal?
In this week news, BBC new series explores the future of fashion, Fanny Bourdette-Donon shares her career journey, and Fashionista investigates natural beauty marketing claims, while Drapers presents optimistic view on waste in fashion retail.
Fashioning the minds of emerging talent, the Graduate Fashion Foundation is thrilled to welcome back clothing brand George at Asda as Graduate Fashion Week’s Education Partner for the third consecutive year.
In this week news, top fashion figures share their tips on starting out as a creative, i-D discusses the changing culture around sexual harassment in the UK universities, and Stylist delivers advice on how to stop compulsive worrying.
In this week news, advice from fashion’s top designers on breaking into the industry on i-D, how to talk to your boss about your mental health, and why young women are reimagining the poetry landscape.
Iconic footwear brand Clarks is back for Graduate Fashion Week 2019, sponsoring the Clarks Footwear Award! They’re looking for creativity, innovation and boundary pushing design thinking in a competition that’s open to students from all disciplines in their final year at a GFF member university.
In this week news The Atlantic reports on expansion of plus-size options on high street, Alison Green shares her tips how to negotiate salary after job offer, and GirlBoss analyses what quarter-life crisis is, while i-D debates if a degree is necessary to have a job in fashion.
YKK — the global provider of fastening solutions for the creative industry — are back for GFW19, sponsoring the YKK Accessories Award as well as hosting an Instagram competition and exclusive offer for GFW member universities!
In this week news Louis Vuitton’s Michael Jackson inspired collection is facing backlash after ‘Leaving Neverland’ documentary, i-D’s experts debate upon gendered red carpet, and all English secondary schools and NHS patients will receive free sanitary products, while the conversation about offensive designs in the fashion industry is gaining momentum.
In this week news founder of Find Your Intern Jasmine MacPhee shares her internship tips, The Cut discuss financial advice for freelancers and Alyssa Mastromonaco from GirlBoss gets real about the career advice.
In this week’s news, the shortlist for LVMH Prize is announced, the Guardian discusses racial insensitivity in fashion industry after Burberry’s noose hoodie and Fashion United is debating the sustainability of vegan fashion.
In this week’s news, the industry remembers designer Karl Lagerfeld, a new fashion studio assistant apprenticeship was announced during London Fashion Week, while Refinery 29 shares tips on how to succeed in a workplace as a woman and Harpers Bazaar discusses the mistreatment of models.
The heritage label weaves its Scottish heritage through the AW19 offering in a thoroughly modern manner, which is sure to resonate with its followers.
In this week’s news, editors discuss recent staff layoffs in digital media, milliner Stephen Jones shares his legacy with Another Magazine, whilst Refinery29 and GirlBoss present us with practical career advice.