Send to KindleTweet It is with great displeasure that I reveal the best of the looks from Zac Posen’s collection for—yes, who else, Minneapolis-based retail giant Target. I usually have a blah feeling about some piece in all of the GO collections but Posen’s line is just plain confusing. For one, it is disappointing because [...]
Fashion Behind The Glass Where Mainstream And Museum MeetWhat:Part two of two on art events focusing on fashion, from felt to the fabulous life.
Send to KindleTweet The DirtAn art form, a supremely consumer industry, and a scene where sinners often trumps saint—welcome to the fashion world. In an industry where appearance comes first, it’s easy for the superficial to overpower the artistic. However, fashion is like any other art form, with the widespread appreciation a long time in [...]
Storied Fashion Exhibits Where Mainstream And Museum MeetWhat:Part one of two on art events focusing on fashion, namely museum exhibits spotlighting both muses and designers.
Send to KindleTweet The Dirt: Fashion is to the art world what celebrity magazines are to publishing: the perceived fluff. However each one has merit in their work and their appeal to the masses. From October through March, a number of American museums are opening exhibits spotlighting the art of fashion, with a few accompanied [...]
Send to KindleTweet NY Fashion Week reflected a growing “green” consciousness from designs using biodegradable fabrics, recycled threads and organic materials, to the steel bottles of tap water provided by Aveda at several Bryant Park shows. The debate remains, however, whether sustainability in fashion is a lasting movement or merely a trend, Reuters reports. The [...]