We’re continuing our tradition of ringing out the Link Love year with a collection of style-related stories that didn’t quite fit into the themed Link Love posts we published throughout the year, but are worth a look anyway. Enjoy!
- Monetising Meghan Markle: brands are getting increasingly better at capitalising on what the royal wears immediately after she’s seen out.
- The New York Times explains why holiday windows still matter.
- How designers decide what to wear on the runway.
- Fashionista published an interesting article on the suddenly surging business of recycled plastic puffer jackets.
- How Uniqlo’s HeatTech took over the world.
- I’m a fan of The Gentlewoman, a biannual women’s magazine, and enjoyed this profile of the magazine’s editor-in-chief Penny Martin.
- The Pool asked 7 women aged 25-68 what they think of the term “anti-ageing.”
- These entrepreneurs are creating a $750 million bra business by exposing Victoria’s Secret’s weakness.
- In September a New Jersey art teacher announced she would be wearing the same dress for 100 days to show kids how wasteful fasion is.
- Is artisanal denim the next chapter of Made in Britain?
- This Racked op-ed explores why “androgyny shouldn’t just be for thin people.”
- The Atlantic investigates how athleisure conquered modern fashion.
Fab Links from Our Members
Shevia agrees with Robin Givhan’s take on racially charged items at Prada’s SoHo store.
In her “endless quest to have trends like this not be misunderstood on her (what looks hip on the young can look merely clueless on the not-young),” April enjoyed this guide.
SarahD8 wanted to share this article about an interesting intersection of politics and fashion in the US.
Vildy found this article on how premium mediocre conquered fashion quite interesting.