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    Fashion Photography Is The Art World's Rising Star
    Melanie Abrams |
    “Today, fashion photography is art’s rising star, drawing large crowds to exhibitions (which produce much-needed revenue from sponsorships, rentals and even merchandise) and enticing more collectors. Even the fashion industry itself is showing more respect for the form.”
    Photo by Peter Lindbergh

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    Academy of Art Is Opening a Store in Union Square
    Robyn Hagan Cain |
    Academy of Art University really goes the extra mile for its fashion students. Each year, the school hosts three fashion shows —two at New York Fashion Week and one here in San Francisco— to introduce student work to the fashion world. Now, the school is opening Shop657, a store in Union Square that will both display AAU designs and give merchandising students real-world experience.
    Photo by Bob Toy

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    Sustinable Fashion Week: Glamouous In Green
    Ivanna Woods
    Yesterday at  ZK & Eden Fine Art Gallery (San Francisco) seven sustainable fashion desingers. An evening where couture met recycled textiles such as vintage leather car seats. A room packed full of on lookers amazed by the versitle designers displayed by each collecion. 

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    Meet The Apple Watch
    Frederic Lardinois |
    During its iPhone 6 launch event this morning, Apple announced the Apple Watch, its first foray into the world of wearable tech. It’s a smartwatch with inductive charging, a square face, sapphire glass, swappable bands, a heartbeat sensor and a rotating digital crown.

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    Can fashion designers make tech wearables truly wearable?
    Jiaxi Lu |

    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)

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    Royal College of Art, An Institutional Innovator
    LONDON, United Kingdom — A respectful hush emanates from the red-brick mansion blocks that surround the Royal College of Art (RCA). The college is situated in the sedate, residential heart of South Kensington, a bastion of austere Victorian civic engineering, home to London’s famous museum district and a stone’s throw away from the Royal Albert Hall. It is perhaps the last place on earth one would imagine to be the home of creative innovation. Yet despite its venerable age of 177, the RCA is at the very forefront of modern menswear.
    Matthew Miller SS 2015 | Source: Matthew Miller

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    Apple Plans to Announce Wearable in September
    John Paczkowski |
    “Apple now plans to unveil a new wearable alongside the two next-generation iPhones we told you the company will debut on September 9. (Funny “joke,” Gruber.) The new device will, predictably, make good use of Apple’s HealthKit health and fitness platform.”

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    See How Much Chanel Bag Prices Have Skyrocketed This Decade
    Casey Lewis |
    A classic Chanel bag is one of those items, like Louboutin heels or aBurberry trench, that fashion-obsessed girls seem to aspire to from birth, partly because they're timeless, but also because when you're an impressionable 16-year-old who's addicted to Vogue, it's the kind of thing you think you need.

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    Shhh... Luxury Goods Are Discounted In China
    By Liza Lin |
    Luxury goods makers have long valued Chinese consumers not just because of their huge appetite for Gucci bags and Cartier watches—consultancy Bain estimates that Chinese purchased a third of all luxury goods sold globally in 2013—but also for their willingness to pay more than their Western counterparts. 

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    Killing the Skinny Jean

    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.

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    The World's Highest-Paid Models Of 2014: Gisele, Doutzen And Adriana Steal The Show
    Natalie Robehmed | Forbes
    Year after year since 2002, Gisele Bundchen has made more money than any other model in the world. At 34, she is still sitting pretty at the top of the world’s highest-paid models list, pulling in an estimated $47 million before taxes and fees in the last 12 months.

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    The Model Whisperer: Stephen Galloway
    Stephen Galloway, former principal dancer for Ballet Frankfurt, now uses his classic training to choreograph the world's top models-and the Rolling Stones

    Galloway, a self-described "creative movement director" who has worked with top brands like Yves Saint Laurent and Gucci and photographers such as Juergen Teller and Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, occupies a unique place in the fashion world. Drawing on two decades of experience as the principal dancer for Germany's Ballet Frankfurt, he imbues the physical tableaux of glossy ads and fashion editorials with a stylized language of movement-a turn of a wrist, a cocked head, an extended leg-that's equal parts Balanchine and voguing.

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    Arthur Arbesser is igniting Milan's staid fashion scene with the most sophisticated take on teenage rebellion around.
    Arthur Arbesser is igniting Milan's staid fashion scene with the most sophisticated take on teenage rebellion around.

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    Gareth Pugh Is About to Disrupt New York Fashion Week
    The New York Times
    The questions of whether traditional fashion shows have any validity anymore, and whether they are actually entertainment and we should just embrace the change, are about to enter the conversation again.

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    The Future of Fashion & Menswear: Do We Need London Collections: Men?
    Britain is no stranger to the fashion industry. In fact, studies have proven the UK as being the global origin of men’s fashion through the county’s introduction of traditional classics like the bowler hat, the dandy, the tie, the three-piece suit, tweed, tartan, and others. It comes as no surprise then that in only three years, London Collections: Men has become the industry’s leading platform for both emerging and established British designers.