August 2, 2021

Fashion News

The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Stina Sayre strutted slowly down the runway wearing a pair of stunning faux-fur chaps.

Judy Williams wearing a jacket that is part of the new collection by Stina Sayre.

Ray Ewing

The Vineyard Haven fashion designer welcomed everyone to her 2021 Freedom Collection fashion show, with a reminder of the cause.

“We’re here to celebrate women’s freedom and to stay awake because . . . it seems like our nation is not paying attention,” she said.

Held in Ms. Sayre’s Main street Vineyard Haven store late Wednesday afternoon, the lighthearted show was meant to highlight the freedom of women’s

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Are we inching closer to fashion without gender?

While adoption of genderless styles isn’t widespread among brands, the role of gender in fashion is being discussed more than ever.

Earlier this summer, 19-year-old Kendra Scott launched her first-ever men’s collection, in response to customer demand heard through communication with in-store teams, especially in-store stylists, and through the brand’s social media. 

“Our customers have been telling us for years that they’re interested in seeing more masculine designs from our brand,” said Scott. “Men already shop in our stores for the women in their life — they make up 38% of our customers. So it’s a natural extension.”

Scott designed

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New York Fashion Week to Have Runway Shows This September

The CFDA has released the official schedule for New York Fashion Week’s spring 2022 season, which will be presented Tuesday, Sept. 7 through Sunday, Sept. 12 this coming fall. Ninety-one designers have confirmed presentations so far, but the lineup will be continuously adjusted leading up to the event, which will comply with New York State Heath Guidelines and be carried out in tandem with IMG’s NYFW: The Shows.

For fall 2021, we saw collections roll out both physically and digitally, but it seems that many more brands are ready to tap into the Fashion Week spectacle once again. Mark your

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Gen Z’s ‘nowstalgia’ for Y2K fashion is leading to a thrifting explosion

It’s part of a rising trend of Y2K fashion and what has been called “nowstalgia” among Gen Z, who are reliving early 2000s fashion trends they were too young to experience or remember the first time around.

“I think there’s like this resurgence of what was so cool in the 2000s … now that it’s coming back, it’s like you want to infuse it with today’s pop culture,” said Lisa Sahakian, CEO and founder of Ian Charms.

It’s not just beaded necklaces coming back into style. Iconic fashion trends of the early 2000s like bucket hats, low-rise jeans, and babydoll

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17 Vogue Editors Share What They’re Wearing On Vacation This Summer

As a born and bred New Englander, I’m embarrassed to admit that I’ve never ventured up to Maine. With a reputation that boasts beautiful coastlines, boundless adventures, and a buzzy food scene, Portland felt like the perfect place to book a last-minute vacation this summer. My Ralph Lauren Americana sweater will save me from chilly nights near the water, and my Staud netted handbag couldn’t be more on-brand for an afternoon spent lobstering with locals. I’ll make sure to pack my favorite Madhappy hat and my go-to Girlfriend collective sports bra that can easily double as a casual daytime top

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Bitmoji Gets an Upgrade as Snapchat Doubles Down on Fashion

Bitmojis are getting an upgrade on Snapchat with a new 3-D design that rolls out Monday.

Snap Inc. is decking out its avatars with more than 1,200 combinations of poses, gestures and backgrounds like cow prints and beach locations. The new avatars are full-body designs with new “Pixar”-like quality that can be shared on and off the platform.


It comes the same day Snap confirmed that it acquired Culver City-based Vertebrae. The AR and 3-D platform helps brands and retailers translate their clothes and accessories digitally. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. But both moves illustrate Snap Inc.’s intentions to

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The Best New Arrivals to Shop in Fashion This Week

Hill House Home recently released its mermaid collection, complete with silk pillowcases, sheet sets, terry dresses that make for perfect poolside cover-ups, and feminine tank tops that all riff off of the brand’s signature nap dress.

Hill House Home Sisi silk pillowcase

Hill House Home Roxie nap dress

Hill House Home Paz crop top

Hill House Home women’s hotel robe

Photo: Courtesy of Calypso St. Barth

After a multiyear hiatus (the label halted production in 2017), Calypso St. Barth is back. It’s just been relaunched with a new look, but the brand maintains its vacation-ready identity. Its latest collection sees

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Renting fashion can be green, argue clothes renters | Fashion industry

The fashion rental industry has challenged the findings of a recent high-profile report that suggested renting clothes is “less green than throwing them away”, based on the environmental impacts of transportation and dry cleaning.

The study, published by the Finnish scientific journal Environmental Research Letters, assessed the environmental impact of five different ways of owning and disposing of clothing, including renting, resale and recycling.

“We believe that rental needs scrutiny to make it as ‘green’ as possible, but we’re worried that encouraging people to throw clothes away doesn’t help the industry, let alone the planet,” says Tamsin Chislett, CEO and

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Not sure how to dress? Just watch TikTok

TikTok Fashion

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TikTok is known for many things: viral dances, comedy and activism. But the social media app has also made a name for itself as a fashion incubator, where trendsetters are born and trends are revived, such as 1960s fashion and the now-popular, yet controversial low-rise jeans.

Agus Panzoni, a fashion trend researcher who runs @thealgorythm, a fashion trend TikTok,  says the platform has influenced both mainstream fashion and helped bring back the popularity of subcultures — and major brands are taking note. 

“The TikTok algorithm is especially good at introducing us to new things, analyzing what

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