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Oversized tailoring has been making a quite a noise since last two year

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s. Big suits and blazers are the hottest clothing at the moment. Inspired by the ’80s and ’90s, designers are brining in more of the boxy fit suits on the runways. These days, anything oversized works. Be it cardigans or jumpers, the concept of a bigger size than the usual is becoming popular in all types of clothing. Right from streetwear to luxury runways, oversized everything has been put into action since past three years. Big suits are something that can be incorporated on a daily basis. You can just throw a suit jacket or blazer over a simple tee...

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Fast fashion, and the access to trendy clothing at a reasonable price, has creeped up the essentials ladder, and has become a way of life

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But sustainability is possible without burning a hole in your pocket. Four people who gave up fast fashion, tell us how. With a new H&M and Zara opening up in almost every mall, fast fashion has latched onto us in ways we cannot imagine. Trends that are showcased in two seasons: Spring/Summer and Fall/ Winter are now divided into various other seasons. New trends from these shows are introduced in fast fashion stores almost every other week, and we’re all guilty of making impulsive purchases. Most of us may not know, but fashion is considered to be the second most...

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7 of the best high-end men’s style and fashion accounts to follow on Instagram

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When it comes to keeping up with the latest trends, it’s no longer enough to keep abreast of seasonal fashion weeks and pick up the odd men’s magazine. Gone are the days where you could rely on the same capsule wardrobe for each six-month period, with things moving so fast in 2020 that it can be difficult to keep on top of the latest look du jour. One place that will never let you down though, is Instagram – not just because some of its users are some of the sharpest dressers on the planet, but because they are the...

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There’s been a lot of focus in the last few months about what we’re wearing inside, but given how important it is to get at least 20 minutes of outdoor time every day, the founders of Alder–a Toronto-based recreational apparel line–want you to...

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“People are living differently than they have before, and using the spaces around them differently than they have before,” says co-founder Mikayla Wujec who, prior to starting Alder with marketing entrepreneur Naomi Blackman, was a National Geographic Explorer and environmental scientist. An uptick in people visiting their local park versus traveling to far-flung places “aligns with how we’re trying to shift the idea of outdoor recreation,” Wujec adds. “We want to encourage people to take the performance [function] aspect out of the equation, and just get outdoors for peace of mind and for fun.” Wujec and Blackman began Alder after...

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6 Platforms And Podcasts Unpacking True Fashion History

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Culture With Context Like with much of Western history, the history of fashion is often told through a white lens—despite the inventions and contributions of BIPOC creators to the industry. But the history is clear, and these platforms and podcasts are providing a comprehensive, holistic, and accurate context.  Follow and listen to learn about the BIPOC fashion icons who have and continue to shape so much of fashion and culture. 1. Fashion and Race Database Kimberly M. Jenkins has been working on the online Fashion and Race Database since she started teaching more than seven years ago. A part-time lecturer...

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