The fashion industry is breaking boundaries in diversity with political statements. On the lighter side, For Love & Lemons is making clothes for kids, while Reformation is opening a new store. Read on for this week’s top stories.
IMG just signed Halima Aden, who spread a message about beauty and diversity by refusing to take off her hijab in the Miss USA competition.
Several models, including Alexa Chung, have filed suit against the luxury resale website for using their images without permission.
See Peter Piccioli’s ethereal first solo collection for the fashion house.
4. Less Is More
Find out how the Marc Jacobs runway show caused audience members to relax and simply enjoy the collection.
Students from Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion collaborated to stage a fashion show in Tottenham Hale, London this past week.
Anniesa Hasibuan cast all immigrant models, sending the message that everyone should be offered opportunities in our world.
Reformation will be opening a store in San Francisco, and while they are staying true to their eco-friendly values, they will introduce new features in dressing rooms to enhance customer’s shopping experiences.
At the Oscar de la Renta stamp collection event, Hillary Clinton wore the bright pink color seen on high fashion runways this season such as Victoria Beckham and Derek Lam.
9. Lil’ Lemons
For Love & Lemons just launched a collection for kids.
The iconic 90’s singer has designed two collections of eyewear with Tura in her quest for “world domination.”
Words by Carly Walker