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Week in Fashion: Kate Moss Shimmers in London – Vanity Fair

Friday, May 19, 2017

The 2017 Cannes Red Carpet’s Best-Dressed Celebrities

Western democracy—as represented by the US—is ‘crumbling,’ Chinese newspaper claims – CNBC

Friday, May 19, 2017

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Rock Star Designer Anna Sui Reflects on Quarter Century of Fashion – NBCNews.com

Friday, May 19, 2017

Before designer Anna Sui was an award-winning head of a $400 million fashion empire, she was a teenager in Detroit’s rock music scene, looking up to artists like Iggy Pop and Alice Cooper. As Sui prepares to launch her first museum exhibition this month, the fashion designer has been reflecting on her life, looking back on a journey that has taken her from Detroit to New York City and across…

From the EU flag to beer yoga: this week’s fashion trends – The Guardian

Friday, May 19, 2017

Going up Chloe MacKenzie Reese Witherspoon’s fictional daughter in Big Little Lies has it all sussed. Plus her iPod is better stocked than our fridge: think Leon Bridges, PJ Harvey and Michael Kiwanuka. Feather boas A Balenciaga accessory we can get behind (afford) by going through our dressing-up box. Esprit x Opening Ceremony Think spots, stripes, sunflowers and ditsy bucket hats. EU flag Vetements put it on the catwalk, Christopher…

Top 10 Designs From Australian Fashion Week – Forbes

Friday, May 19, 2017

Steven Khalil – Stefan Gosatti, Getty Images. Steven Khalil – Stefan Gosatti, Getty Images. Dreamy and ruffled, harsh and structured, comfortable and playful – Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia offered many a variation on the tried and true resort wear theme. However, several pieces stood out from the pack due to the designer’s ability to create the perfect symbiosis between material, form, and thought. Here are the top 10 designs, in…

Snoop Dogg’s Fashion Line Features T-Shirts, Bathrobes and His Son – Hollywood Reporter

Friday, May 19, 2017

The rapper is partnering with L.A. streetwear brand JOYRICH on a 33-piece capsule collection that will debut on June 10 at Made LA. There’s a first for everything — even for an industry veteran like Snoop Dogg. The rapper, who not only shaped the American hip-hop scene and popularized West coast rap (aka G-funk), but has racked up a whopping total of 14 studio albums (and just released his 15th,…

Western democracy—as represented by the US—is ‘crumbling,’ Chinese newspaper claims – CNBC

Friday, May 19, 2017

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Erwin Potts, former journalist and chairman of McClatchy Co., dies at 85 – Sacramento Bee

Friday, May 19, 2017

Erwin Potts, who spent his early career as a newspaper reporter and editor and eventually became the first non-family member to lead McClatchy Newspapers as it grew into a national media company, died this week in Mexico. Potts joined Sacramento-based McClatchy in 1975 as director of newspaper operations and retired in 1996 as chairman of the board of directors. Potts’ family announced Thursday that he had died of injuries suffered…

‘Don’t slip, don’t trip!’: inside Australian fashion week – The Guardian

Friday, May 19, 2017

“It’s like a hurricane: one minute it’s calm and then it’s chaos,” says Kate Reynolds from Melbourne design-duo Pageant moments before the start of their debut show at Australian fashion week. Behind her, 20 or so models are frantically changing into their outfits, half a dozen backstage photographers are herded together and repeatedly told “do not cross the yellow tape” by an irate producer, and a doorman blocks a young…

‘Don’t slip, don’t trip!’: inside Australian fashion week – The Guardian

Friday, May 19, 2017

“It’s like a hurricane: one minute it’s calm and then it’s chaos,” says Kate Reynolds from Melbourne design-duo Pageant moments before the start of their debut show at Australian fashion week. Behind her, 20 or so models are frantically changing into their outfits, half a dozen backstage photographers are herded together and repeatedly told “do not cross the yellow tape” by an irate producer, and a doorman blocks a young…

‘Don’t slip, don’t trip!’: inside Australian fashion week – The Guardian

Friday, May 19, 2017

“It’s like a hurricane: one minute it’s calm and then it’s chaos,” says Kate Reynolds from Melbourne design-duo Pageant moments before the start of their debut show at Australian fashion week. Behind her, 20 or so models are frantically changing into their outfits, half a dozen backstage photographers are herded together and repeatedly told “do not cross the yellow tape” by an irate producer, and a doorman blocks a young…

‘Don’t slip, don’t trip!’: inside Australian fashion week – The Guardian

Friday, May 19, 2017

“It’s like a hurricane: one minute it’s calm and then it’s chaos,” says Kate Reynolds from Melbourne design-duo Pageant moments before the start of their debut show at Australian fashion week. Behind her, 20 or so models are frantically changing into their outfits, half a dozen backstage photographers are herded together and repeatedly told “do not cross the yellow tape” by an irate producer, and a doorman blocks a young…

Western democracy—as represented by the US—is ‘crumbling,’ Chinese newspaper claims – CNBC

Friday, May 19, 2017

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‘Don’t slip, don’t trip!’: inside Australian fashion week – The Guardian

Friday, May 19, 2017

“It’s like a hurricane: one minute it’s calm and then it’s chaos,” says Kate Reynolds from Melbourne design-duo Pageant moments before the start of their debut show at Australian fashion week. Behind her, 20 or so models are frantically changing into their outfits, half a dozen backstage photographers are herded together and repeatedly told “do not cross the yellow tape” by an irate producer, and a doorman blocks a young…

Roger Ailes Was a Revolutionary in Reactionary Clothing – POLITICO Magazine

Friday, May 19, 2017

Getty Images Fourth Estate Love him or hate him, he created our political world. By Jack Shafer May 18, 2017 The great boogeyman of liberals everywhere, Roger Ailes, has been gathered in by his creator, and will never haunt their dreams again. The reinventor of Richard Nixon and the image-enhancer behind Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, he dragged the Republican Party into modernity. But it was as auteur of…

Robin Wright Defended Fashion Talk On The Red Carpet – Refinery29

Friday, May 19, 2017

‘Feminism means equality, period. Equal work equal pay’ @RealRobinWright #WomenInMotion #Cannes2017 pic.twitter.com/U0capblaj5 — Kering (@KeringGroup) May 18, 2017

See the Showstopping Red Carpet Fashion From the 2017 Cannes Film Festival – TIME

Friday, May 19, 2017

The Cannes Film Festival held on the glamorous French Riviera draws some of the world’s biggest celebrities for a week of film screenings, industry events, and of course, parties. Any event with this much star power, however, is sure to be a style extravaganza — and if the red carpet so far is any indication, this year’s crop of luminaries are holding nothing back. From Susan Sarandon bringing the heat…

Fashion Students Work With Disabled To Create Garments Designed To Better Their Lives – NBC Southern California

Friday, May 19, 2017

Connie Ulasewicz’s life has been fashioned around fashion for quite some time. There was a first a career in garment manufacturing followed by more than 20 years teaching at San Francisco State University. Ulasewicz is currently the Chair of the Consumer & Family Studies/Dietetics Department which includes Apparel Design and Merchandising students. What it all means is that Ulasewicz has been a part of many, many runway shows. Still, Ulaseqicz…

Flynn stopped military plan Turkey opposed – after being paid as its agent – McClatchy Washington Bureau

Thursday, May 18, 2017

One of the Trump administration’s first decisions about the fight against the Islamic State was made by Michael Flynn weeks before he was fired – and it conformed to the wishes of Turkey, whose interests, unbeknownst to anyone in Washington, he’d been paid more than $500,000 to represent. The decision came 10 days before Donald Trump had been sworn in as president, in a conversation with President Barack Obama’s national…