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I shamelessly admit: I’ve still got “Manus x Machina” on the brain. But, can you really blame me? This year’s Met Gala was like a sneak peak into the near and very bright future. Designers became machinists to create a variety of metallic pieces worn like battle armor by their handpicked fashion-bots, and I loved [...]

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Interview

Liu Min

05.03.16

Chinese fashion designer Liu Min may not be a well known name quite yet, but like all secrets too good to be kept, her collection, Ms Min, will soon be internationally celebrated. Min studied women’s wear at the London College of Fashion and in 2007, received an internship with Viktor & Rolf in Amsterdam. A [...]

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When Girls first debuted years ago I was as captivated as many other 20-somethings by the relate-ability of their shenanigans in the first season. By season two, the show went in a direction that made me uncomfortable. Or maybe I had my shit together and was more emotionally stable in my new New York life [...]

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Week in Review

Week in review

04.30.16

Cuba’s Ambitious Fashion ‘Cuentapropistas’ Meet Iris van Herpen, the Dutch Designer Boldly Going into the Future A Look Back at a Decade of Stunning Met Gala Interiors How Hard Is It to Be a Sustainable Fashion Designer? Capsule, Axis to Unify for Spring 2017 Image Courtesy Shutterstock

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Interview

Araceli Graham

04.28.16

Retail platforms for new and emerging designers are few and far between. Especially those focusing on a specific region of the world highlighting local designers. Araceli Graham identified this void and created Cooperativa Shop, with editorial guidance from Karla Martinez de Salas, and other guest editors, their multi-cultural approach has introduced many lesser known ready-to-wear [...]

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