- After reading more about the costumes designed for The Buccaneers, I’m excited to watch this new TV show.
- From wedding gowns to a handmade 1930s evening dress, four women share their families’ tailoring traditions.
- Fashionista investigates how fashion schools should address adaptive design.
- They also report that department stores are rethinking their in-house contemporary brands for a new consumer.
- The Art of Dressing an Up-and-Coming Star.
- How to break up with your hairstylist? Huffpost asked actual stylists for their advice.
- The Profound Way That Keeping a Loved One’s Clothes Can Help You Grieve.
- Inside the World of Textile Conservation: conservators open up about their field, and how they got into it in the first place.
- Five women discuss their experiences with going grey in the workplace.
- For the perfume enthusiasts: Who What Wear asked 12 people in the beauty industry what scent they wore on their wedding day.
Fab Links from Our Members
Nuancedream lets us know that two-time Oscar winner Dame Maggie Smith is now featured in Loewe’s 2024 spring pre-collection campaign. That Puzzle handbag!
Roberta enjoyed browsing Lorenzo’s picks for knee-high boots this Fall.
If you’ve seen the TV series Our Flag Means Death, she also recommends this interview with the designer of those amazing costumes.
As a loungewear fan, Carol liked this vlogger’s “reverse” approach to wardrobe building. Instead of finding your style words, you start with what your days realistically look like.
Jaime directs us to this comprehensive consideration of what it means to have a slow fashion wardrobe.