10 fashion tips for summer 2021

With summer just around the corner and the idea of leaving our houses becoming more and more possible, it is time to think about non-pajama outfits. While we all already know that the hottest accessory for summer 2021 will be a vaccination, you will soon need to find the perfect look to accompany it. Let’s talk about the trend line-up for the upcoming season. 

Sweater vests

What we all thought was going to be a short-lived trend is coming back with a vengeance for summer 2021 but with a twist. Add a funky pattern or bright neon, like those from

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How Stylist Lorenzo Posocco Gets Dressed

How did you start your career?

I’m from the north of Italy and then I moved to Milan where I went to university. I started working with magazines. After 12 years in Milan, I moved to London where I worked at a magazine. Six years ago, I met Dua, and we started working together on a project. Dua is actually the first celebrity I worked with.

“This look was for a normal day’s work. I like it because this purse is very nice. I just put my phone there and a wallet, and it’s so easy when you are working.”

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Fashion Revolution urges “radical shift” in relationships | Apparel Industry News

“We cannot continue to extract dwindling resources from an already stressed natural world,” Fashion Revolution says

Global campaign group Fashion Revolution is calling on the industry and governments to recognise the interconnection between human rights and the rights of nature as part of its annual global campaign.

The campaign will run from 19-25 April and coincides with the eighth anniversary of the Rana Plaza industrial tragedy in Bangladesh. The non-profit believes we need a radical shift in our relationships—with each other, with our clothes, within fashion supply chains and with the natural world—so that the rights of people and the

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What is slow fashion? Movement toward more sustainable style is expanding

As we continue to celebrate Earth Month, it’s important to spotlight the “slow fashion” movement aiming to make fashion more sustainable for people and the planet.

Landfills received 11.3 million tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) textiles alone in 2018, which equates to 7.7% of all MSW that was landfilled, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

A portion of this ongoing waste can be attributed to “fast fashion” brands that

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The Sexist Distinction Between ‘Style’ and ‘Fashion’ | by Richard Thompson Ford | Apr, 2021

Why are men celebrated as stylish and women belittled as fashion victims?

1Sean Connery on Savile Row. Credit: United Artists/Getty Images.

Fashion-conscious men, with very few exceptions, do not admit that they are fashion-conscious. Even men who write exuberant and informative essays on the details of tailoring, shoes and leather goods for blogs and magazines dedicated to clothing deny that they are interested in fashion. Instead, most fashionable men set up a dogmatic distinction between fashion and style. Fashion consists of outlandish garments concocted by egocentric designers with French and Italian names and peddled by rapacious businesses. It

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Haute hearing: fashion podcasts for an education in style

Here, we take a sartorial saunter through the most captivating fashion podcasts on our style radar. From dazzling anecdotes on the luxury world of the 1990s to in-depth analysis of the business of fashion, plug in and feel your sense of style soar. 

Chanel Connects

What will the creativity look like in the future? It’s a question that the design industry has mused on for the last year, as in the wake of Covid-19, museums have shuttered, fashion shows have slowed and fairs, showcases and opening events have all ground to a halt. Chanel’s latest podcast, ‘Chanel Connects’, presents a

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