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Fast Fashion Is Bad, So Is Shaming People Into Boycotting It

Fast fashion deserves the hate that comes its way. There’s exploitation of garment workers and acute lack of transparency pertaining to the supply chain. There are accusations of ‘greenwashing’ alongside a burgeoning culture of ‘rip offs’ because, well, creativity does not come cheap. 

A new study by the UK-based Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) has found that roughly half of the clothes on fast fashion websites are made from virgin plastics like nylon, acrylic and polyester. Who’s surprised? Literally nobody! 

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Fast fashion brands struggle to sustain a model built on ‘fair practices’ as they prioritise making trendy tees available to you for next to nothing. After all, nothing in this world comes for free and someone out there is paying the price for your cheap clothes. Clearly, fast fashion is dangerous and the problem needs fixing. So, stop buying it

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The Greatest Trend Tendencies For Spring 2021, According To Shopbop’s Fashion Director

Offering all men and women worldwide the very best of cosmetics, haircare and fragrance in terms of high quality, efficacy and safety. Of course Fashion Nova serves up your favorite gown kinds and silhouettes in an all-white hue. From long white clothes for girls and white floral prints, to our women’s white midi and mini dresses which might be a bit extra sultry – we’ve type of acquired this coated, and by this” we imply all of your property. So, be daring with a ladies’s white lace gown that hugs your curves and highlights your booty, or a low-lower mini that lifts and scoops.

The little black dress could also be iconic, but the little white costume has its own attraction. From work to weekend and all your most formal events, our white attire are a clean canvas that may be paired with nearly any accessories. They’re gentle, they’re vibrant, … Read More

Fashion house in backlash over ‘racist’ $1,190 sweatpants
Balenciaga's Trompe-L'Oeil sweatpants in red

Balenciaga’s Trompe-L’Oeil sweatpants in red

High end fashion label Balenciaga is facing a backlash, after critics said that a $1,190 (£860) pair of sweatpants it sells rips off black culture.

The Trompe L’Oeil pants feature a built-in pair of boxer shorts peeking out from the waistband, mimicking a style popularised by hip hop musicians.

A TikTok post which called the pants racist was viewed 1.6m times and black culture experts have raised concerns.

Balenciaga said it often combined wardrobe pieces into a single garment.

Examples include “jeans layered over tracksuit pants [and]button-up shirts layered over t-shirts”, said chief marketing officer Ludivine Pont.

“These Trompe L’Oeil trousers were an extension of that vision,” she said.

The trend for wearing low slung pants was popularised in the 1990s and 2000s.

The trend for wearing low slung pants was popularised in the 1990s and 2000s

The trend of wearing “sagging” pants, which allow your boxer shorts to be exposed, was popularised by skaters and hip hop artists

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Fashion Bomb Daily CEO Claire Sulmers Creates NYFW Show To Highlight Emerging Designers

Fashion Bomb Daily CEO and Founder Claire Siobhan Sulmers is creating a pathway for emerging designers of color to showcase their talent during New York Fashion Week (NYFW).

Fashion Bomb Daily, a direct-to-consumer fashion company that leverages content and community to power a multicultural shopping experience, is unveiling the first-ever Bomb Fashion Show, sponsored by Shea Moisture during NYFW.

Featuring two designer ensemble runway shows, The Bomb Fashion Show is an all-day immersive event that allows the public access to the once exclusive NYFW lineup of events. The Bomb Fashion Show will highlight emerging designers, celebrity designers, and designers sold on Fashion Bomb Shop. 

In an exclusive interview with BLACK ENTERPRISE, Sulmers discusses The Fashion Bomb Daily platform, The Bomb Fashion Show, representation in the industry, and offers advice for men and women of color with a dream to show at NYFW. 

Over the last 15 years, you have

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The Matchy-Matchy Outfit Is Taking Over New York Fashion Week

At last, in-person fashion shows are back with street style stars, editors, and influencers taking over the sidewalks of New York City. And just a couple of days in, this season has brought out quite a few celebrities to the front rows. Fashionwise, there’s one thing they all seem to agree on: matching set outfits.

Katie Holmes showed up to Christian Siriano’s show in a glittery blazer and coordinating flared trousers. Ciara whipped out a fall-ready leather skirt and matching corset for the Dundas x Revolve presentation. And while we haven’t seen Selena Gomez officially attend any shows this season, she’s still showing off her best street style looks in New York City. Most recently she opted for a sleek knitted Nanushka set. It’s basic fashion math: One cute top plus an identical bottom equals sartorial success.

See and shop some of their matching set outfits,

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How Fashion Insiders Are Shopping
three women wear outfits to new york fashion week

Shopbop; MyTheresa; Tyler Joe

New York Fashion Week—the live and in-person runways, the days of street style inspiration—is back in full force after an extended, semi-digital hiatus. Finally.

For the editors, buyers, publicists, and models filling our feeds with runway videos this September, the Spring/Summer 2022 shows mark a change in pace. New York Fashion Week is one of the first events requiring more than sweatpants, for several days on end, in…a while. In the spirit of getting dressed again, we asked a group of NYFW’s notable attendees how they shopped for the front row’s resurgence. No two women are approaching their NYFW wardrobes with the same philosophy. Yet each found re-entry pieces guaranteed to stand out throughout fashion month, with a side of styling advice to match.

Nikki Ogunnaike, Digital Director at

“I’m often asked what my style is and I always say classic with a twist.

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