Apparis to Open Flagship in New York’s NoLIta Saturday

Apparis will open its first flagship store in NoLIta on Saturday. The 450-square-foot shop at 27 Prince Street in New York will feature Apparis’ new spring 2021 styles including organic cotton loungewear basis such as cropped tanks, T-shirts and sweatshirts, along with sweatshirts and sweatpants. It will also carry vegan silk dresses, skirts, pants and tops, outerwear and vegan leather […]

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Duran Lantink On His First Digital Runway Show and Unlikely Designer Pairings

LONDON — Duran Lantink may well be fashion’s ultimate upcycler. Lantink started dismantling old-season designer inventory and giving it a new lease on life long before the fashion world had a proper understanding of deadstock materials and the effort it takes to upcycle them. Since then he has gone on to be nominated for the LVMH Prize and been given the […]

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Roger Federer, Christophe Lemaire Featured in New Uniqlo Campaign

Uniqlo has tapped brand ambassador Roger Federer along with New York-based artist Futura and its artistic director Christophe Lemaire, among others, to be featured in its new spring ad campaign. Titled “LifeWear: Made for All,” the campaign centers around a short film conceived by John Jay, Uniqlo’s president of global creative, that speaks to the concept of creating apparel for […]

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My Mask, My Safety Signal

Walking around New York City these days, one might not guess that it’s been a little over two weeks since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced more relaxed mask guidelines, which state that fully vaccinated people can remove their face coverings when outside. Last Friday, for instance, the faces of SoHo appeared largely masked, with the minor exception […]

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Everything to Know About Netflix’s ‘Halston’ Limited Series

Halston’s iconic career and party life are the subject of Netflix’s latest highly anticipated original series “Halston.” Produced by Ryan Murphy, the show stars Ewan McGregor as the late fashion designer and follows the icon, known for his classic American sportswear designs, as he skyrocketed to fame in the 1970s and 1980s and his escapades at New York City’s famous […]

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New York Fashion Week Will Be a Thing Again

In 2017, four prominent young American fashion brands decided that they would show their new collections on the runways of Paris. These were largely business decisions and would mean little to the average customer. But cumulatively, within the fashion industry, they constituted an exodus: confirmation of a broader nagging feeling that New York Fashion Week, which typically had attracted 150,000 […]

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Those Buzzy New Collagen Products Are Risky Business

Like many of us with our thumbs stuck on scroll, Chrissie Buckley has a weakness for Instagram fads. At their worst, the products she has tried after a convincing influencer endorsement have been minor money drains she can shrug off with a laugh. But when she added collagen powder to her cart earlier this year, those whims took a darker […]

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Industry Veteran Marty Staff Dies at 70

Marty Staff, a larger-than-life figure who worked for some of the industry’s biggest names during his 30-year-plus career, has died at the age of 70. Staff was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in December and passed away Tuesday at his farm in Bucks County, Pa. Staff began his professional career in 1973 at Bloomingdale’s as an assistant buyer of men’s […]

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Tiny Love Stories: ‘Two Blue Dots on One Blue Planet’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words. The Last Biscuit Before the city pool in Johnson City, Tenn., got drained at summer’s end, dogs could take a swim for five bucks. Sporting his green life jacket, Barney leapt in as if he weren’t tired, deaf, toothless. We stayed until no one else was left. […]

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H&M Launches Blanks for Creatives

BLANK SLATE: At a time when self expression is eminent and creativity comes in more forms than ever, H&M is rolling out Blank Staples’ Wholesale. This new offering provides a new way to buy its men’s streetwear essentials and other basics (think crew neck sweatshirts). Rather than by individual pieces, shoppers can buy in bulk. The retail giant calls Blank […]

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