Day: May 25, 2022

Kilts for Men? The Newest (Yet Oldest) Fashion Trend We’re Obsessing Over


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You may have noticed that kilts for men are making a major comeback in 2022.

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As an iconic Scottish menswear staple since the 16th century, the kilt is a (most-of-the-time) plaid, skirt-like garment that embodies both heritage and tradition. It’s synonymous with most Scottish and Gaelic cultures and can be seen draping men and boys at events like weddings, christenings and at parades alongside bagpipes.

This regional fashion statement is enjoying an unexpected resurgence here in the 21st century. To better understand the kilts for men trend, we spoke with Howie Nicholsby, a Scottish kilt designer and the creator and director of 21st Century Kilts.

Nicholsby has designed kilts for A-list stars and everyday folks alike, and he had some great insight into how to

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How to Get a Job in Fashion Tech

It’s been two years since the Covid-19 pandemic set off a chain of events that would change the fashion industry forever — or, perhaps more accurately, would speed up changes that were already underway. One byproduct of this is a job market that looks pretty different today than it did in 2019.

As technology revolutionizes the way we shop and consume information, some of the fastest-growing fashion companies are starting to look and act more like tech companies. In a June 2021 report by the National Retail Federation (NRF) and Euromonitor, about 58 percent of retail professionals said the pandemic accelerated new technology-related product launches at their company. Innovation is happening faster than ever, brands are investing more in their digital presence, and a lot of money is still being poured into fashion-tech startups, creating an abundance of new job opportunities — they’re just not necessarily the kinds of opportunities

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Love Island contestants will ditch fast fashion for second-hand clothes this year

(eBay)

This year’s Love Island contestants will wear second-hand clothes after the ITV show announced a new partnership with eBay UK.

The partnership marks the first time the show, which is famed for partnering with fast fashion brands like I Saw It First and Missguided, has partnered with a pre-loved clothing company.

This means this year’s Islanders will exclusively be wearing pre-loved clothes, unless they bring their own into the villa. The clothes from eBay will be available to them in the cast’s shared wardrobe in the new villa.

Mike Spencer, executive producer of Love Island, said: “We are thrilled to be pairing up with eBay this year as our pre-loved fashion partner. As a show we strive to be a more eco-friendly production with more focus on ways in which we can visibly show this on screen.

“This partnership will see our Islanders get to dive into

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7 Best Face Rollers 2022 to De-Puff and Contour

You’ve pared down your skin-care routine, secured that brightening eye cream, and have invested in a slew of hi-tech beauty treatments, but what’s next? The best face roller is what we’d suggest.

While the idea of a face roller might conjure images of the jade or rose quartz rollers that rose in popularity stateside a few years back for their promised healing properties and a circulation boost, other roller variants are making rounds on the market now too. From gua shas, to ice rollers, to sculpting massagers, supplementing your beauty regimen with one such tool is a thoughtful way to depuff, lift, and tone—leaving you with a more youthful appearance overall.

Consider this the year of your best skin yet. Read on to discover seven face rollers that offer professional-grade results without leaving home.

Best Jade

Jade rollers have long been mainstays in Chinese beauty rituals to boost circulation, release

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