Fashion design

As digital fashion weeks struggle to reach audiences, will 5G-powered XR experiences win people back?
“My hope is that after this pandemic, fashion will not go back to normal” - the designer talks to HuffPost about how she merges handcraft with hi-tech ahead of The Fabric of Reality virtual fashion show
The former Spice Girl had been planning to make use of government financial assistance.
Three days of mourning have been announced in the United Arab emirate of Sharjah.
Chanel director and fashion industry icon Karl Lagerfeld has died at the age of 85. The designer was famed for his work in many of the top fashion houses and the extravagant catwalk shows he oversaw. He was also a fashion icon in his own right, creating a monochrome persona, along with his companion and creative muse, Choupette the cat.
'She was definitely worried about what people would say if they found out.'
Naomi Campbell is the definition of a fashion legend.
The OG supermodel is being honoured next week with the Fashion Icon award.
The fashion designer showcased his bridal collection – and his interns – on Thursday night.
Its slogan reads "Can't Build A Wall If Your Hands Are Too Small."
The couturier was perhaps best known for dressing actress Audrey Hepburn in her film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”
Starting her concept not from a designer standpoint, but from a question about whether there might be a consumer appetite for a hybrid textile apparel/shoe product, she placed a paid Facebook Ad (for £38.61, to be exact) aimed at her demographic (25-37 year old females in the UK and the US), reaching over 400,000 people, from which she had 55 surveys completed.
Farid Bin Karim is the first student to graduate from the MSc Wearable Futures degree and has created a body of written work entitled "Couturier and the Art of Survival: a Technologist's Guide". This work is the result of Farid's ambitious attempt to explore the appetite within the 'closed-shop' of couture for current and future technologies.
'Fashion tech' and wearables are often described as solutions looking for a problem. The fashion industry is, paradoxically, resistant to change, while science and technology exist to pose and answer questions and catalyse change.
When something is 'on trend,' yet a designer hasn't been able to claim intellectual rights over their work, multiple retailers can jump on the band wagon (a common occurrence), which is why when you walk into a wide range of shops, you'll always find similar styles and designs. This is accepted as 'normal' in the fashion industry, but is it fair?
When our course leader presented this year's FAD brief to us, I didn't hesitate to enter as I know what a great opportunity it can be for fashion students to show their work - as finalists, we get to showcase our mini collections at London Fashion Week in February. That's also when I'll find out if I've won!
Described as being "modern and sleek as a skyscraper" Elsa Schiaparelli was a tour-de-force in her day. A fashion designer extraordinaire, who pioneered avant-garde fashion, from knitwear to couture, and collaborated with some of the greatest creative minds of the 20th century...
We've seen wedding dresses made out of bog roll and suits fashioned out of newspaper but this takes the Oscar for the most