Pride Month is in ist full flow and it’s time to set a statement with some rainbow colors – not only for our outfits but especially for more equality in our society.
Fashion is fun! Especially for this season, humor is playing a big part for the designers – even though there is not that much to laugh about in this world at the moment.
In a political view, France somehow has become Europe’s problem child. Of course the fashion industry wants to set a statement. Once again, Balenciaga’s creative director Demna Gvasalia shows how it’s done.
Nowadays, a lot of people talk about starting a minimalistic lifestyle. What does it actually mean and why do people decide to live that way?
During Advent season it is all about the picture perfect and pampering our beloved ones – even though our reality often times looks pretty different.
In September, the Green Carpet Fashion Awards Italia took place in Milan. There they honored fair trade fashion companies whose goal it is to reduce the environmental footprint – another step into a sustainable direction for our society.
Adolescents and the huge impact of social media on their lifestyle – a topic we can’t seem to avoid. But „who“ exactly is part of this generation and what do they deem necessary considering social networks?
With the start of New York Fashion Week, the designers yet get another chance to set their statements. Before focusing on the new collections however, it makes sense to to take an overview of what is currently going on especially in the US to detect a connection between fashion and politics.