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Bloomingdale’s Anti-Bullying Campaign

Bloomingdale’s wants to send girls back to school with a positive message in mind. The department store chain chose Aug. 22-26, for events and activations underscoring the importance of confidence, kindness, and inclusion. Girls bully other girls differently than the way boys bully boys, Kind Campaign noted on its Web site. While the latter can be aggressively physical, girls exhibit classic…

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The Middle East as the Fashion Capital for Undiscovered Talent

Fashion in the Middle East isn’t obscured like many would assume. It’s not always just black burqas and staidness. In fact, fashion of all varieties is paramount for men, women, children, pets and even personal property. But for many creative artisans such as fashion designers, breaking through to the world with an innovative fashion perspective is far from possible. Or…

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The Equilibrium of Future Masculinity

There’s a new guy on the block, and he’s redefining what we thought was dead: chivalry. As we drift into the advancing evolvement of change, we transform into a new temperament, at least for British guys. Upon a recent survey done by the University College London and the American grooming company Harry’s, 2,000 men surveyed, estimated to be less metrosexual…

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Phoebe Philo will be Resigning Céline

After many long years of beautiful aesthetic couture, Céline’s creative director determined a definite move forward, leaving the esteemed label to a new artist. Céline has long since recovered from its declining end when Phoebe Philo, swooped in to save the brand and restore the French brand’s soft-spoken, feminine image. With Céline doing so well, LVMH, the multinational luxury corporate…

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The End of an Era

The end of an era has finally been reached, at least for Sears Roebuck and Co. Yesterday, Sears announced its collapse, and not easily either. With its launch in Chicago, 1886, Sears has always been the brand families trust, everything from insurance to family photos, and even merchandise to build an entire house. During the past decade, Sears had started…

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Artwork by: Aparna Nethaji

Experience the Post-Modern Renaissance at the Met!

It’s through the media that society understands and learns to accept an ever-changing world in fashion, art, lifestyle and culture. Museums have a great way of interpreting art in forms of lifestyle movements. We can all relate to our school trips to the museum to learn about our history, to gather a visual representation of our past. Usually, we all…

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When in Roam – An Original inspired by the Tod’s Campaign #ChiaraLovesTods

Godere della vita! That’s “enjoy life” in Italian, if you were unsure. I was inspired by Tod’s recent ad campaign with Chiara Ferragni for a collection featuring bags, moccasins, and effortless class. When you’re young, maybe with a streak of rebellion (if you’re lucky), you tend to be less afraid of things. Maybe you’re not, and you’re a shy person,…

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