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The New Fashion Arrivals We’re Excited To Shop This Week
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Exciting news from Gauge81 is their newly launched activewear collection. The range consists of 13 pieces cut from high-performance, cutting-edge technical yarns made from recycled polyester and 100% organic cotton. The fabrics are highly-technical and yet quite stylish; there are also mesh details and carefully placed cutouts in their smart designs too.

Gauge81 Quebec knitted mesh crop top

Gauge81 Marden ultra-high waisted knitted leggings

Gauge81 Delta knitted herring bone top

Gauge81 Calgary herring bone biker short

Photo: Courtesy of LDMA

When it comes to performance underwear, new brand LDMA has launched with the intention of creating pieces that are just as confidence-inducing as they are comfortable. Meant to be worn during workouts, the assortment includes everything from thongs to briefs; the sporty styles are cut in silhouettes you actually want to wear for aesthetics alone.

Photo: Courtesy of Serino

New brand Serino’s wool bomber jacket is sourced and produced in

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REVOLVE Announces Immersive Multi-Brand Presentation And Pop-Up Shop At New York Fashion Week
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NEW YORK, Aug. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — REVOLVE Group, Inc. (NYSE: RVLV), the next-generation fashion retailer for Millennial and Generation Z consumers, announces REVOLVE Gallery, an innovative, multi-room fashion experience to be held during New York Fashion Week (NYFW) at 20 Hudson Yards, New York City on September 10 and 11. Unlike the traditional fashion week presentation, REVOLVE will create an immersive multi-brand exhibition featuring a real-time shopping component, reimagining the “front row”  experience while engaging with consumers in a new and exciting way.

As the destination for emerging and established designers for the next generation consumer, REVOLVE brings its curated assortment to life, making its debut at NYFW with a visually-stunning, interactive and elevated experience with 13 specially selected designers. Set in a 17,000 square-foot space, each brand will have a designated room transformed to reflect the vision and inspiration for the brand’s collection designed exclusively

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Rihanna Recreates Gunna’s Viral New York Fashion Week Look for Halloween
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Gunna may have been clowned over his New York Fashion Week fit last month, but his iconic look earned a nod of approval from one of fashion and music’s biggest names. 

Rihanna debuted her Halloween costume on Sunday, which was a spot-on homage to the rapper’s now infamous ensemble.

The look includes tall Rick Owens boots, a sheer long-sleeve sweater, short-shorts, sunglasses, chains, and a leather vest—all of which appeared on the rapper only a month before. Rihanna even mastered the poses Gunna hits in his original Instagram post, which can be best described as deep in thought. The caption is the same, too. You can compare the two looks below. 

It wasn’t long

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Tanjuria Willis discusses fast fashion’s environmental impact ahead of first annual Sustainable Fashion Week
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“Fast fashion” has been filling landfills globally for years, but only recently has the term and its connotations begun to enter Americans’ vocabulary.  According to CBS News MoneyWatch, the apparel and footwear industries together account for more than 8% of global climate impact — more than airline flights and maritime shipping trips combined. Tanjuria Willis is the owner of eKlozet Luxury Consignment and creator of Sustainable Fashion Week Atlanta, whose first annual celebration begins this week. She joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes via Zoom to introduce the new 3-day event series that will bring yearly attention to the crucial issue of fashion’s impact on the environment with fun, flair, and sustainable style. 

Interview highlights:

On the hidden cost of “fast fashion”:

“Fast fashion was invented about 20 years ago or so … Your places like Zara, and H&M, and Forever 21 are all considered fast fashion brands, and

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The Matchy-Matchy Outfit Is Taking Over New York Fashion Week
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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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Fashion Week returning to New York with in-person energy
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After a long hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, New York is opening its Spring/Summer 2022 Fashion Week with the return of in-person runway shows featuring big names like Tom Ford and Altuzarra.

But Covid-related curbs will deprive the series of some of its usual international flavor as it rolls out this week.

The pandemic overshadowed the last two fashion weeks, in September 2020 and February 2021, as both were dominated by virtual runway shows.

Steven Kolb, chief executive of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), says he sees room for both digital and in-person shows.

But “there is a real optimism and energy and enthusiasm about returning to live shows,” he added.

“There is, of course, nothing you can compare to a live show.”

In New York, whose fashion shows precede those of London, Milan and Paris, there is no shortage of iconic runway settings, as with

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