Day: March 13, 2018

The Biggest Street Style Trends of Fall 2018 – Vogue.com

The Fall 2018 shows ended last week in Paris, where editors, buyers, and models faced some of the lowest temperatures in recent memory. For street style photographers like Vogue’s Phil Oh, inclement weather is usually a recipe for disaster—but we were pleasantly surprised this season. Scrolling through his photos from New York, London, Milan, and Paris […]

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A Silver Lining Foundation fundraiser supports breast health through fashion – Chicago Tribune

A Silver Lining Foundation hosted its fourth annual Glitz & Glamour fashion show and luncheon at The Peninsula Chicago on March 9. Presented by A. Marek Fine Jewelry, the event featured spring fashions from popular local designers to support the nonprofit’s breast health programs that provide complimentary mammograms, diagnostic testing and more for those in […]

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Brand to Know: Men's Wear Inspired by a Swedish-Kurdish Upbringing – New York Times

The rising men’s wear line Namacheko, designed by the siblings Dilan and Lezan Lurr, makes deceptively simple clothes that are, in fact, loaded with personal meaning. For example: A moss-green mohair peacoat, from the fall/winter 2018 collection, looks classic apart from its sculptural toggles. The biomorphic shape of the fastenings was inspired by the English […]

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Indie Rockers Fleet Foxes to Play the Agora in July | Scene and … – Cleveland Scene

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 Indie Rockers Fleet Foxes to Play the Agora in July Posted By Jeff Niesel on Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 4:04 PM click to enlarge Last week, Fleet Foxes, an […]

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Indie Rockers Fleet Foxes to Play the Agora in July – Cleveland Scene

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 Indie Rockers Fleet Foxes to Play the Agora in July Posted By Jeff Niesel on Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 4:04 PM click to enlarge Last week, Fleet Foxes, an […]

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Where to Start With Dear Nora, Your Favorite Indie Rocker's Favorite Indie Rocker – Pitchfork

Among the internet’s many evils is (at least) one true blessing: old music that once ran the risk of being lost to time for good now has more of a chance to be plucked from obscurity and resonate with a new generation. Dear Nora is one such project. Founded in 1999 by Lewis & Clark […]

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$180M Merrill Lynch team goes indie with Raymond James – Financial Planning

Two Merrill Lynch advisors who managed approximately $180 million in client assets broke away from the wirehouse to launch an independent practice under Raymond James, according to the firm. Taylor Adams, who had spent 13 years at Merrill, and Annie Norris, who was there for 31 years, opened Southern Wealth Group as wirehouses lose advisors […]

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Karen Walker Taps MMA Fighter for Men's Campaign – WWD

Israel Adesanya in Karen Walker campaign. Karen Walker is no stranger to choosing non-typical subjects for her campaigns — she’s highlighted everyone from Toast the Dog, a social media influencer, to Phyllis Sue, a dancer in her 90s. For her second men’s eyewear collection, titled Monumental, she’s tapped Israel Adesanya, a Nigerian-born, New Zealand-trained fighter […]

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Fashion industry must appeal to stylish older men to keep up with ageing baby boomers – iNews

Not all males stop caring about how to dress well once they reach 50 – and the clothing industry needs to catch up, argue Ania Sadkowska and Katherine Townsend “Now we find ourselves nearly drawing pensions and thinking what? What now? Put a cardigan on and grey shoes? Is there an age when you think: […]

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Design Dealer Patrick Parrish Talks Flea Market Fashion and When To Grab Furniture Off the Street – GQ Magazine

If it’s not upholstered, go for it. At many points during his decades-long career collecting and dealing in high-end design, Patrick Parrish could be found buying furniture out the back of a truck on 26th St. More than once, he bought antiques purely on gut instinct, even if he could only see a few inches […]

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