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Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA TODAY

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Clothing for Confidence helps kids back to school – The Gleaner

Thursday, July 27, 2017

File Illustration – Charity(Photo: Rawpixel, Getty Images/iStockphoto) The Volunteer and Information Center is hosting its annual “Clothing for Confidence” project. The VIC partners with the Henderson County School Family Resource and Youth Service Centers each year to identify students in need of back-to-school clothing. Last year, supporters and volunteers provided donations and new clothes for 144 children in Henderson County. “The goal of this program is to help children perform…

McDonald’s Wrappers Were Used in Every Item of Clothing at This Fashion Show – Eater

Thursday, July 27, 2017

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Actress Alysia Reiner Readies for Another Full-Time Role — Working in Fashion – WWD

Thursday, July 27, 2017

“Orange Is The New Black” actress Alysia Reiner has taken on a new role as cofounder of the eco-friendly ethical label Livari. With the know-how of Claudine DeSola and Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs, the collection will debut on Sept. 13 at a runway show at the Metropolitan Pavilion West in Manhattan. DeSola, who is also founder of the Caravan Stylist Studio, has suited up Reiner for more than 100 events in…

Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA Today – USA TODAY

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA Today – USA TODAY

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA Today – USA TODAY

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA Today – USA TODAY

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA TODAY

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA TODAY

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA TODAY

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Witchy fashion is 2017’s most exciting, subversive trend – USA TODAY

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Witchy and New Age aesthetics have reached a critical mass. (Photo: AP/Getty) Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch. In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality – would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black…

Not heard Nirvana? Nevermind … How fashion co-opted the band T-shirt – The Guardian

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

A tour around the high street this summer would uncover a few standout trends. Pretty off-the-shoulder tops. Basket bags. Bleached denim. Even some pool-ready inflatables. And at stores including Topshop, H&M, Primark and Forever 21, T-shirts for bands including AC/DC, Metallica, the Rolling Stones and Bon Jovi. The kind of purchase once seen on merchandise stalls at gigs and market stalls in Camden Lock has gone mass. What does it…

Ex-Amazon manager’s startup Kwontified aims to help fashion retailers navigate e-commerce – GeekWire

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Cyber Monday 2016 at Amazon Fulfillment Center in Dupont WA. (GeekWire Photo / Kevin Lisota) In the retail world, Amazon is becoming inescapable, with Kenmore and Nike recently joining the ranks of big-name companies selling the wares through the company’s online retail platform. A Seattle startup called Kwontified wants to help retailers deal with this new reality, navigate the complexities of selling on Amazon and other e-commerce platforms and get the…

New York City Ballet Unveils Designers for Its Fall Fashion Gala – New York Times

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Photo Rebecca Krohn and Jared Angle in Justin Peck’s “The Decalogue” at New York City Ballet. Ms. Krohn will retire this fall, but plans to remain with the company as a ballet mistress. Credit Andrea Mohin/The New York Times New York City Ballet on Tuesday announced the fashion designers who would collaborate with four choreographers for this year’s fall fashion gala, an annual event overseen by Sarah Jessica Parker. The…

Snopes met its $500K fundraising goal. Now what? – Poynter (blog)

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

In one day, Snopes received more than $500,000 worth of donations from nearly 20,000 people on GoFundMe in order to keep its doors open. “Stunned and humbled by this. The money is incredibly helpful. The support is priceless,” Managing Editor Brooke Binkowski wrote in a tweet Tuesday. “We won’t forget. Thank you.” The fundraising move was part of the debunking site’s effort to stay afloat amid an ongoing legal battle between its parent…

Jimmy Choo auctioned off to US fashion brand Michael Kors for £900m – The Guardian

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Jimmy Choo, a British luxury brand whose fans include Beyoncé and the Duchess of Cambridge, has been snapped off the shelf for £896m by US fashion brand Michael Kors. Famed for its strappy stilettoes, which sell for up to £2,995, the brand was founded in a Hackney workshop in east London in 1996 by the Malaysian shoemaker Jimmy Choo, after his designs caught the eye of then Vogue accessories editor,…