The National Chamber of Italian Fashion (CNMI) on June 20 presented its project “Fashion Deserves the World,” thanks to which 15 young refugees and migrants who want to have a career in fashion will be able to study and find work in Italian companies.

A project to enable 15 young refugees and migrants to pursue a career in fashion was presented to coincide with World Refugee Day, June 20, and Milan men’s fashion week on June 18-22.

The project, called “Fashion Deserves the World”, will enable 15 young refugees and migrants to study and then find work in several companies in the fashion sector. It is part of a calendar of initiatives promoted by the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR.

To promote the project, the National Chamber of Italian Fashion (Camera nazionale della Moda -CNMI) has joined forces with Mygrants, a startup and benefit company founded and led by Christian Richmond

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People are still quite unaware of the term street wear, or urban wear. Jaden’s spiky jacket and Willow’s floral printed vest, meanwhile, have very distinct marks of Japanese kid’s clothing style. adidas nmd r2 The floral style on the leather vest is actually quite Victorian-Lolita in aesthetics, although the girly and youthful yellow tank top defuses whatever inappropriateness that particular kid’s clothing has to create a very distinct style, something akin to Japanese kid’s clothing street fashion. Jaden’s jacket, on the other hand, is more hardcore, as it uses the concept of Visual Kei, a Japanese fashion style that borders on the flamboyant and the kitschy. Many fashion bloggers and experts did comment that Jaden’s … Read the rest

But some fashion-lovers don’t identify within this gender binary, and they, and in particular Gen Z consumers, are creating demand for more inclusive and gender-neutral fashion offerings. That’s prompting stores who want to attract their dollars to pay attention.

For instance, teen retailer PacSun’s summer 2021 marketing campaign features what it calls “gender-free” styles, a category it introduced in September 2020.

It includes a new PacSun gender-free, eco-fashion line called Colour Range with a variety of cotton-based staples, such as sweatpants and hoodies. The gender neutral store on its website already features a collection of T-shirts, sweatpants, cargo and slim-fit pants in solid colors and tie-dye prints.

Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) launched its first gender-inclusive clothing collection, called the “Everybody Collection,” in 2018 for kids ages 5 to 14, because of customer demand. It features an assortment of children’s clothes, including camouflage prints, bomber jackets and crew neck
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With the government possibly announcing the end of working from home and hybrid working options being discussed, the British fashion designer Giles Deacon has created a capsule collection for those whose workspace is now undefined.

Using data collected by the workspace company IWG on what people want to wear during their return to work, Deacon set about creating the wonky WFA (work from anywhere) outfits. Although searches for suits have increased 49{6c217faeda4b498c6d96a863fcc36608937399471dd824f5a48045596c462c5c} between April and May, according to Digital Loft, IWG found that generation Z workers also want to express their individuality through their clothes. “In a working environment people want to have a sense of personality,” Deacon said. “The traditional monochrome office suit is over.”

And yet generation Z still realises its value: 73{6c217faeda4b498c6d96a863fcc36608937399471dd824f5a48045596c462c5c} of 16- to 24-year-olds polled said they believed that what you wear is linked to the seniority of your position.

After certain lockdown restrictions had

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After several years of all things ’90s retaking fashion and beauty trends, it seems a natural progression that the 2000s followed suit. But if the ’90s were known for sleek, minimalist looks, the decade after them was known for just the opposite. “Hair in the 2000s was wild because everyone was trying to do something a little different that no one had seen before,” says celebrity hairstylist and Color Wow artistic director Joseph Maine. “There were really no limits and people were experimenting with different textures and accessories. It was a playful time for style.” And playful is right. From dramatic hair colors to iconic (and unique) haircuts, hair in the early aughts was in a beauty league of its own.

Although some of today’s fashion icons like Bella Hadid and Megan Thee Stallion are no doubt inspired by this time in fashion and beauty history, it’s evident Read the rest

If you thought you’ve seen all there is of HBO Max’s buzzy Gen Z show Generation, fortunately, you thought wrong! The show, created by 19-year-old Zelda Barnes and her father, David Barnes, is back for the second part of the first season on June 17 – just in time for Pride Month celebrations. In case you missed it, the dramedy follows high-school students Chester, Riley, Greta, Arianna, Delilah, and siblings Naomi and Nathan as they explore their sexuality and identities against the backdrop of social media, conservative families, and adolescent antics.

For those who’ve seen even one episode of Generation, you know the costumes are key to the show’s world and the way each character expresses themselves. Costume designer Shirley Kurata’s Gen Z wardrobes are incredibly on point and back and better than ever in the second part of the series.

Kurata told POPSUGAR that she’s used a … Read the rest

Whether it’s the world-class pastries, historic architecture or language of love, Paris is a city that exudes romance. It’s also a fashion capital of the world, so it just makes sense that this is the destination married couple Justin and Hailey Bieber chose for their stylish summer getaway. The pair, who have been wed for almost three years, kicked off their trip to France earlier this week. Since their arrival, the Biebers have shown off their street style prowess in a variety of looks. Most recently, the couple made headlines after meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron. (What they discussed has not been revealed, but that’s a power move, right there.) Here’s a breakdown of the many Justin and Hailey Bieber Paris looks the couple has sported so far during their time in the city of lights.

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We’re knee-deep into the summer sale season, with a plethora of designer events still ongoing, but I’ve been patiently waiting all year for one shopping event in particular. If you guessed Prime Day, you’re right on the money. It officially kicked off yesterday, (contrary to its name the event is actually two days), chockful of epic deals from kitchen gadgets to furniture, but I have my eyes zoomed in on the glorious assortment of lingerie. As I’ve waxed poetic before, Amazon is a really great place to stock up for the basic staples of any lingerie drawer. You can find pretty lace bralettes as well quality supportive bras in a wide range of sizes typically not found at other department stores. Amazon’s underwear selection was especially useful to me this year when I revamped my collection of briefs and seamless bottoms. The deals are especially sweeter this time around in
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“Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” Coco Chanel’s now-famous piece of style advice has transcended decades of style evolutions, serving many of us well on date nights, for prom, and even at the occasional job interview. Enter: TikTok LGBTQ+ Trailblazer and self-described icon Kenneth Pabon, whose personal style mantra is all about doing the most every single day. Known for his signature dating advice videos and his “How to Be Iconic” series with his mom, Patti, Kenneth is no stranger to bright colors, bold prints, and over-the-top accessories. Exhibit A: the four-inch heels, formal high-low dress, and glass of Merlot he regularly works on the treadmill, aka his at-home catwalk.

“Pick out the craziest piece of clothing that you want to wear, and then match everything else to that.”

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Today marks the 25th annual National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada, a time to celebrate the richness of Indigenous culture while recognizing there is still much work that needs to be done in regards to reconciliation. Through fashion, music and comedy (among other things), Indigenous content creators have been educating people through their social media platforms — and we can’t get enough. To help you get started, here is a list of five creators who are amplifying Indigenous stories through their lived experiences and sharing it on TikTok.

Marika Sila (@thatwarriorprincess)

@thatwarriorprincessGuess which part was more fun to play? 🐒 The receptionist? Or the Queen? 👑 ##nativeamerican ##culture ##indigenous ##inuit ##feminist♬ The Queen is Coming – Seth Sanker

Marika Sila is an Inuit actress from Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories, best known for her lead role as sergeant Yuka Mongoyak in The Twilight Zone. In her videos, you will … Read the rest