Ethical Brands for the Conscious Fashionista

  Recently I've decided to make the switch to only shopping from ethical brands (if you are curious to know what that means read my recent post "Ethical Fashion Explained.") (Also, I would like to note that because I've recently decided to make this switch you will still see clothing items I previously bought from non-ethical…

Ethical Fashion Explained

In previous years the words “cruelty free,” “organic,” and “sustainable” have just been marketing buzzwords, but now more than ever consumers of the fashion industry are becoming aware of what they are supporting through their purchases. Many have turned their backs on products made from animals; fur, leather, and wool are just a few examples.…

Trends to Look out for in 2018

Wearable Art Designers are always trying to find a balance of art and potential commercial success in their garments. But in for Spring 2018, Designers have decided to combine the two, showing wearable art in their collections. Andy Warhol inspired prints was seen from Calvin Klein to Versace and cartoon inspired prints was seen on…

The Future of Fashion in the Age of Technology

  The impact technology has had in the fashion industry has been hard to ignore. As e-commerce becomes increasingly more popular, many wonder whether your traditional brick-and-mortar retail will still exist in 10 years. Jose Neves, founder of major online retailer Farfetch, still has hope stating “I am a huge believer in physical stores. They…

How Ugly Became Luxury in 2017

While at one point, women wearing Reebok 1980s sneakers was scene as a crime against fashion at work, today, the identical pair shoes are all the rage.  As seen in the 1988 film “Working Girl”, the protagonist Tess, frantically scrambles to take off her sneakers and put on her heels before her bosses enter the…