Posts tagged ‘fashion’

October 13, 2013

State of Fashion Digital Report – Forward3D

Martin McNulty, CEO of Forward3D, talks through their latest industry report on the state of the fashion online at the WWD Digital Forum in London, July 2013.

via Martin McNulty previews our State of Fashion Digital Report – YouTube.

February 18, 2012

Emerging Designers Council: ADA ZANDITON

Emerging Designers Council: ADA ZANDITON – YouTube.

Great behind-the-scenes interview with London-based ethical fashion designer, Ada Zanditon.

October 15, 2011

The Rugby Tweed Run

THE RUGBY TWEED RUN

“Vintage has made such a huge impact on the way we dress and always sneaks its way onto our catwalks even if just a hint of detail but it has also changed the way we spend our time and what better way to spend your day than at the ‘Tweed Run’.The ‘Tweed Run’ is a metropolitan bike ride introduced for one reason only ‘style not speed’. The first ever ride was held in London 2009 by ‘Fixed Gear and Single Speed’, an online cycling forum. Since the success of the first bike ride, the ‘Tweed Run’ has been used in similar formats all over the world from Chicago to Sydney and this year see’s New York the proprietor of the tradition today Saturday 15th October 11. All American designer Ralph Lauren has taken on the classic event renaming it ‘The Rugby Tweed Run’ after his dapper Heritage range. The American designer believes that New York  needs to up the ante when it comes to vintage style, so get ready to see participants riding around the city in their best dressed 1930’s and 40’s inspired outfits. Although it is not essential that the bikes must be vintage, the tradition of the run has always seen some of the best antique cycles from fixed wheels, old Brompton’s and penny farthings. The big day will be formed of a 12 mile bike ride, afternoon tea and a gin filled after ride party in Brooklyn….” Read on at MPDClick :: Global Fashion Intelligence :: trends :: trend journal :: event: the rugby tweed run.

July 20, 2011

Hair Glasses by Studio Swine

Thanks to The Trend Boutique for reporting this story

“British design duo Azusa Murakami & Alexander Groves from the creative design company Studio Swine have recently created a collection of sustainable fashion eyewear exploring the potential of all things, human hair. The Trend Boutique feel this new range can be seen as a more commercial & sustainable interpretation of our recent direction for developing products from human momentos seen within our Autumn Winter 2012-13 Fragility trend report.

The idea behind this new collection is a really clever one, as Studio Swine explores how the booming market for hair extensions can be expanded beyond the beauty industry and make use of the high level of waste created once the extensions are removed to make a new product that is equally desirable. The UK beauty industry imports 15 million pounds worth of human hair per year and as the demand shows no signs of abating human hair has been reimagined as a viable and most importantly renewable material.”

read the full story at Hair Glasses by Studio Swine | The Trend Boutique trends, industry interviews & jobs.

May 28, 2011

Fashion Show

Thursday 16 June – Main Stage: 7.00pm & 9.00pm Tickets:  £12

University of Huddersfield – The Graduate Fashion Show, now in its 14th year, gives final year fashion students the opportunity to showcase their work to industry representatives, staff and members of the public.

 

 

via Fashion Show | thelbt.org.

May 18, 2011

Barbour’s a/w 11/12 collection

Check out Barbour’s a/w 11/12 collection here on Mpdclick’s Trend Journal @barbour http://bit.ly/lZddlx

April 12, 2011

Rodarte: States of Matter

Rodarte: States of Matter from MOCA on Vimeo.

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January 18, 2011

Live From… Milan Menswear, Day 2

Live From… Milan Menswear, Day 2 Prada

Miuccia Prada likes to challenge fashion, often taking the ugly and turning it into something unexpectedly directional and fashion forward. For her winter menswear collection the references come from the 60s – and everything kitsch and bad taste about the period. In this case it’s turtleneck twinsets, boxy suits and diamond-patched suede commuter coats.  The look: Bad-taste 60s retroisms made minimal and modern Silhouette: Square-cut flat planes, oversized top halvesKey items: Tailored suit jackets are oversized and boxy with exaggerated wide-cut sleeves, either high-breaking three-button SBs or four-button SBs buttoned to the neck, while pants are tapered and cut above the ankle or cropped just below the knee; square-cut 60s-style polo shirts and twinsets comprise a narrow turtle neck and V-neck combo in glitter knits; elsewhere there are zip-up track tops and viscose jogging bottoms, carrot-leg suede pants and suede commuter coats with contrast diamond panels

Colour ..  for the rest of the report click the link below

 

 

via WGSN Fashion News: Live From… Milan Menswear, Day 2.

November 10, 2010

Luxury business conference – London 9 -10Nov

Follow conversations, presentations and impressions from the conference on twitter using the hashtags #heritagelux
Since its inception in 2001, the International Herald Tribune’s annual Luxury business conference has become the essential forum for the discussion and exchange of ideas for the fashion and luxury industry.

It attracts delegates from a wide range of industry sectors and management positions, from CEOs, Presidents and Managing Directors to Company and Creative Directors and Designers, affording them an unparalleled opportunity to debate the latest business developments and trends.

Hosted by the IHT’s world renowned Fashion Editor, Suzy Menkes, the conference regularly attracts the highest level of keynote speakers from the commercial and creative sides of the business, and an annual international audience of over 450 delegates from more than 35 countries.

 

 

November 10, 2010

Global vs Ethical conference-24th November 2010.

The Trend Boutique would like to invite you to their forthcoming Global vs Ethical conference on Wednesday, 24th November 2010.

With an amazing array of speakers presenting at this one-day conference talking about the latest thinking within our global fashion & textiles industry with lots of different perspectives & comments on what it takes to be a sustainable & ethical label.

Speakers presenting on the day:

  • Tamsin Lejeune, Managing Director of Ethical Fashion Forum
  • Elizabeth Laskar – Leading Ethical Stylist
  • Nin Castle, Creative Director & Founder of Goodone – Sustainable Designer Fashion
  • Catherine Watkins, CSR Manager of George @ Asda
  • Sarah Daly, Fashioning an Ethical Industry
  • Lyla Patel, Head of Education at TRAID
  • Simeon Hartwig, Founder of Bantum Clothing – Street Label Collaborating with Indian Manufacturers & Designers
  • Amisha Ghadiali, Activist, Writer & Founder of Jewellery by Amisha: Elegance. Rebellion
  • Feng Ho, Creative Director & Founder of Feng Ho – Sustainable Designer Fashion
  • Janine Passley, Co-Founder & Director of Ei8ght – Ethical Sourcing Consultancy (Clients include ASOS & Topshop)

Booking Details:

Date: Wednesday, 24th November 2010

Timings: 10.30am – 4.00pm

Venue: Broadway Cinema, Nottingham.

Cost: £30 per student & £50 per lecturer

To book a place you can do so by debit / credit card by telephone on 0115 952 9116 or 950 7079 or via See Tickets (www.seetickets.com) – please note an additional booking fee will apply to online purchases.

We welcome all students & lecturers to attend, however if any additional Ethical Fashion Forum members wish to attend they can book at the same rate as lecturers – but must book direct on the above telephone numbers.