10 Emerging Designers to Know Ahead of New York Fashion Week

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New York Fashion Week is officially back, and there are several major American brands like Thom Browne, Altuzarra, and Gabriela Hearst returning from Paris to take part in the IRL festivities. Starry names aside, one of the distinct joys of NYFW is always uncovering all the new and emerging talent also on the docket—and for spring 2022, there’s a lot to take in.

Thankfully, in the age of social media, brand discovery is easier than ever, which means that if you keep up with the style set on Instagram, there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with the newer names making appearances. Fashionable A-listers like Hailey Bieber have been wearing Kim Shui’s sexy, party-ready designs. We can also thank the likes of Kim Kardashian for introducing us to former Yeezy designer Maisie Wilen’s second-skin dresses with ’80s-inspired prints.

Hinting toward a more expansive talent roster, the schedule also

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Twin Metropolis Fashion Week Is Showcasing Designers And Local Boutiques In Downtown Winston

Embracing technology as quickly because it turns into out there through partnerships with leaders in the fashion industry has turn out to be a regular follow. This is largely attainable because the division considers itself a think-tank for trade innovation. The program differentiates itself by offering a structured curriculum with a singular emphasis on developing succesful, innovative, and skilled fashion designers, with a comprehensive data of both moderate and designer markets. Get the latest fashion information and features from, including breaking news about celebrity-approved trends, manufacturers and sale updates. [newline]Since fakes are distinguishable by their poorer quality, there may be nonetheless a requirement for luxurious items, and as only a trademark or brand could be copyrighted, many fashion manufacturers make this one of the seen aspects of the garment or accent. In purses, particularly, the designer’s model could also be woven into the fabric from which the bag is … Read More

Designer’s handmade hair accessories hit luxury shopping racks

Haitian-American fashion designer Dayanne Danier was at the end of a 10-day trip to rural Central Haiti in late January checking on the production of her latest creations when one of the seamstresses turned to her as she prepared to leave.

“Don’t forget to send the fabric,” Danier, 43, recalled the woman saying. “Don’t take too long.”

Danier had been going back and forth between New York and Haiti since the country’s monstrous 2010 earthquake. She had watched as interest in Haiti’s handmade arts and crafts piqued soon after the disaster with well-known American designers buying and selling Haiti-made designs, only to quickly wane. She understood the meaning behind the woman’s plea.

“She was basically saying, ‘If you don’t send the fabric, we are going to have to go home,’” she recounted. “’Do whatever you’ve got to do for us to be consistently working.’“

Now as Haiti struggles

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Shanghai Fashion Week: Designers relish full schedule of physical shows

Written by Yaling Jiang, CNNShanghai, China

At a Shanghai art museum built from converted oil tanks, an eclectically dressed crowd chattered excitedly and lamented the long wait for a showcase by Chinese fashion label, Private Policy. But attendees’ impatience quickly dissipated as they were admitted to the venue and the brand sent its latest creations down a pink catwalk bathed in artificial fog.

The thrill and anticipation of runway shows has been sorely missed across the fashion world in the past year. But while events in Europe and North America are still impaired by the ongoing pandemic, it was business as usual in China.

Shanghai Fashion Week’s Fall-Winter 2021 edition, titled “Bloom the Spring,” was one of the only fashion weeks to host a full physical program for the upcoming season, following Taipei’s in March. Launched in 2003 to a relatively underwhelmed response from the industry, the biannual event

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