Vancouver Meets New York: Fashion Week Made Extra Haute!

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Strike a pose and bring on the clothes! Thanks to our famous Global Fashion Collective (GFC) program, New York Fashion Week is hitting the runway with some Vancouver spice and everything nice! Seven booming Canadian and international designers have been carefully selected to strut their stuff; merging with NYFW this […]

Alexander Wang is exiting New York Fashion Week

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Another luxury fashion house  is leaving the much anticipated series of runway shows in the Big Apple. During his #Wangfest party in Bushwick. American fashion designer Alexander Wang has announced that he will no longer be presenting his collections at New York Fashion Week, according to New York Times. The move […]

Kendall Jenner & Gigi Hadid “Blessing” First Day of NYFW with Tom Ford Collection

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New York Fashion Week  has officially commenced with two of today’s most adhered celebrity models Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid gracing the Tom Ford runway. This year, fashion veteran Tom Ford has released the 2018 spring women’s collection embedded with shades of his suiting expertise but still retaining the femininity through […]

Repurposing SS16 and AW16 Wardrobes for SS17

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Fashion week is always a confusing sartorial ragbag. Spring/Summer trends for the next year debut on the runways before we have much of a chance to get our hands on the Autumn/Winter trends debuted six months earlier. With warm weather persisting through September, most of us are still sticking to […]

Reshma Banoo Qureshi Takes the Catwalk for SS17

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In a collaboration with FTL Moda announced last month, acid attack survivor and beauty vlogger Reshma Banoo Qureshi took to the catwalk Thursday. The victim of an acid attack two years ago, Qureshi has been working with organizations like Make Love Not Scars to raise awareness around violence against women […]

New York Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016: From Ragbags to Riches

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By Lindsay Cooper In hindsight, every decade has a standout style that defines it,  sixties had mod culture,  hippie era dominated the seventies, we saw punk in the eighties, and the birth of punk’s more subdued counterpart with grunge in the nineties. But as we get closer to contemporary fashion, […]