April 12, 2021

Day: April 12, 2021

Savannah man, family embrace his cross-dressing as a woman

Jane Fishman is a contributing lifestyle columnist for the Savannah Morning News.

It’s not often you see two photographs – one a man, the other a woman – in the same obituary. But that’s how William “Bill” Davidson IV – aka Barbara Marie Davidson – who died March 13 at 77, wanted it.

The retired lieutenant commander spent 26 years in the military serving in Vietnam and Granada followed by 19 years as a registered nurse. The graduate of Savannah High School and The Citadel didn’t want there to be any confusion. He wanted to make sure everything was as

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Retro looks, Korean beauty set trends at Seoul Fashion Week

The virtual Seoul Fashion Week fall-winter 2021 wrapped up last week, bringing together unique designs from 43 fashion brands based in Seoul. Retro style and Korean traditional beauty stood out on the runway. 
SETSETSET presents its new fall-winter collection. (Seoul Fashion Week)

SETSETSET presents its new fall-winter collection. (Seoul Fashion Week)

Rookie design brand SETSETSET invited audiences into a “Sarang bang,” the guestroom in a hanok, a Korean traditional house. Its fall-winter collection featured baggy jeans as well as kitsch and lovely dresses in bright colors. The woman’s fashion brand was launched with a question of “how do we present Korean culture in a more stylish and modern way?”
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How to Shop Wedding Dresses From Bridal Fashion Week

Let’s face it, wedding gown shopping can sometimes be daunting. Especially if you’re looking for that one dress you recently saw on the runway during Bridal Fashion Week. But we’re here to say that finding your dream dress doesn’t have to be an impossible task.

“One of the great things about bridal is that the pieces presented at Bridal Fashion Week are produced for commercial value,” says Micaela Erlanger, celebrity fashion and bridal stylist. “Meaning, what you see presented will be available for consumer purchase.”

One of the great things about bridal is that the pieces presented at Bridal

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Shaming women out of fast-fashion won’t combat sustainability; empowering women will

The 2020 satirical indie horror film Slaxx exposes the horrors associated with the fashion industry when a pair of jeans become possessed by the exploited factory workers who made them. Frustrated by the cynicism of Western consumer society and the layers of injustice fashion generates, the jeans engage in a rampant bloodbath targeting the influencers, vloggers, consumers and fashion store managers that perpetuate the inhumane conditions through which they are produced. Using a combination of gore and comedy, the raging jeans point to an apocalypse fuelled by the perceived immorality of the fast fashion.

Poor factory conditions loom heavy on

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