April 1, 2021

Day: April 1, 2021

5 Designers to Know From Seoul Fashion Week Fall 2021

It was just over a year ago when Seoul Fashion Week became one of the first major fashion events to fall victim to the coronavirus. Due to South Korea’s locus as an early hotspot for the pandemic, the announcement of its postponement was made while Paris Fashion Week was still very much underway. While the situation in South Korea is currently stable, the week’s organizers were keen to ensure that this season’s events went ahead as responsibly as possible, with all of the shows live-streamed without an audience. Yet what emerged from these limitations was a surprising amount of creativity,

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A Remembrance of Jewelry Designer Elsa Peretti

I got the Elsa Peretti blues.

I woke up this morning to her image staring knowingly into the camera. The image was part of her obituary. Peretti’s kohl-lined, world-weary eyes seemed to ask “Who are you to look at me?”

I was unexpectedly pierced with sadness. Not just for her. For me.

My mother, an unheralded writer, singer, artist, was drawn early on to Peretti’s jewelry from Tiffany’s. The familiar robin’s egg blue catalog started featuring her striking sterling silver designs, which seemed very avant-garde, in the mid-1970s. The open, off-center heart necklace, the tear-drop shaped earrings, the bone cuff

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Celebs Who Walked The Ramp At Lakme Fashion Week

Items from Victoria Beckham’s designer fashion label can be snapped up for bargain prices at TKMaxx.

A pair of leather boots designed by the former Spice Girl – priced at £1,000 at her London boutique – are on sale for less than £200 at the budget store, shoppers have discovered.

A total of eight of Victoria’s high end creations are currently up for grabs at the high-street retailer’s online store.

A pair of grey knee-high leather boots retailing at £1,390 at Victoria’s store are now £249.00.

While a pair of chic heeled ankle boots – originally priced at £850 –

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Fashion retailers bet bras with wires and a splash of color will sell this spring

LISBON/CHICAGO (Reuters) – After a year of nesting in pastel-colored loungewear, shoppers are opting for styles with floral prints, feel-good slogans and statement jewelry to jazz up working-from-home outfits as optimism makes a comeback in spring collections, designers and retailers told Reuters.

Shoppers pass a spring window display in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., March 30, 2021. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs

While neutral, comfortable clothing remains more popular than in a normal spring, retailers from Neiman Marcus to Walmart and Macy’s Inc reported growing sales of bright, optimistic color, flowy fabrics or

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