Tony Liu and Lindsey Schuyler took Prada, and fashion itself, in a different direction. In 2014, Liu and Schuyler created Diet Prada, an instagram account of “ppl knocking each other off.” The account aims to expose designers for being copycats and expose the true feelings of designers, especially those who are anti-LGBTQ or racist.
As fashion councils find themselves in hot water with increasing frequency, they have begun to look to outside sources for help.
The article followed young female Republicans at UNC who felt ostracized and oppressed on campus, their “harsh reality”. The following is a look at the world these women do not live in:
September has been a month full of runways – fashion shows began with New York City on September 6 and ended in Paris on October 3. With each show came …
Hurricane Florence hit the east coast between North and South Carolina as a Category 1, maintaining wind speeds upwards of 100 miles per hour, destroying property and causing major flooding. …
Tommy Hilfiger released the Spring collection of Tommy Adaptive, a disability accessible clothing line early April 2018.
The cruelty-free movement may begun in the 80s, but the same sentiment lives on today with fashion houses denouncing cruelty clothing. Learn more about the history of the cruelty-free movement, brands that have rejected animal-sourced material and the modern alternatives adopted by designers.