This is a our first annual NYFW coverage and designer issue. Our fall issue will be featuring interviews & articles all about those who make fashion, fashion, the designers!
Altaf Maaneshia, Shekar Rahate, Mia Jianxia Ji, Madison Detro, Asiyat Tsalikova, Max Lu, Liz Li, Jihyun Kim, Jingci Wang, Yin Yang, Yaqiong Zhou
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Couture FW, NYC Fashion Week, Project Ethos, Art Hearts
Academy of Art University Returns to MBFW New York S/S15,The Perfect Head Shot, Beauty In Motion with Christina Morgan Cree, Style Bee the beauty app that simplifies looking beautiful anytime, anywhere, The future of visual search with Cortexica, MUA extrordinnaire Tamiko Carillo
ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY: MERCEDES-BENZ FASHION WEEK Fall 2014 COLLECTIONS | MBFW
Fashion Xchange TV
Mercedes-Bens Fashion Week
Fashion, ushered in the new era for LAFW. Boasting the most impressive designer line-up in years, Art Hearts Fashion brought admiration and innovation back to the runway. Sparkling garden fountains and opulent chandeliers at the Taglyan created a fantastical environment, setting the tone for the incredible shows hitting the runway. Guests, celebrities and star athletes including Terrell Owens, Deandre Jordan, No Doubt’s Stephen Bradley, Courtney Stodden, Joe Simpson, Bobby Brown, star cast of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, MTV 90’s VJ Jesse Camp, Members of Cypress Hill, Anna Easteden, Candice Cayne, and playboy playmates, packed the venue, enjoying art and installations by Sham Ibrahim, Joseph Jasso, and Eugene Huffman before the evening’s shows.
When tech companies talk about wearable devices, fashion designers have been listening.
The latest product that combined efforts from the two industries is Ralph Lauren‘s tech-embedded sports shirt, unveiled last week at the start of the U.S. Open tennis championships. The shirt, called Polo Tech, features knitted-in sensors to read people’s biometrics, including heartbeat and respiration.
*This product image released by Ralph Lauren shows the new Polo Tech compression shirt. The garment offers smart technology to send heartbeat, respiration, stress levels and other data to tablets and smartphones. (AP Photo/Ralph La uren)
It shouldn’t be hard to kill skinny jeans. After all, women love and loathe them in equal measure.
Three years ago, clothing merchants tried to snuff out the trend with an innovation called flares. Women kept right on buying their skinnies. Now, chains from mass market Gap Inc. (GPS) to luxury-leaning Bloomingdale’s are trying again with looser styles. Gap’s answer: dressy sweat pants.