Chinese Stars Dump Nike, Adidas and H&M as Beijing Attacks Western Fashion Brands Over Xinjiang

A slew of A-list actors and musicians, including Wang Yibo and Eason Chan, are ditching their lucrative endorsement deals after a number of Western brands expressed concern about reports of forced labor in China’s Xinjiang province.

Chinese state TV called Thursday for a boycott of H&M as Beijing lashed out at foreign clothing and footwear brands following Western sanctions on Chinese officials accused of human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region.

The ruling Communist Party criticized H&M for saying in March 2020 it would stop buying cotton from the northwestern Chinese region. The Swedish retailer joined other brands in expressing

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Great Outfits in Fashion History, All Stars Edition: Sarah Jessica Parker

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History: All-Star Edition’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks from the stylish stars who make regular appearances on best-dressed lists.

We couldn’t help but wonder: Has Sarah Jessica Parker ever worn a bad outfit? 

Whether parading around Manhattan in her faux beau’s white shirt as Carrie Bradshaw or attending the New York City Ballet’s Fall Fashion Gala in space-occupying couture as herself, Parker is a style

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Carlotta Oddi of ‘Vogue Japan’ and Alanui

Photo: Courtesy of Alanui

Carlotta Oddi’s taste is as luxe as it is eclectic, landing in the rare Venn diagram overlap between “cozy” and “cool.” A fashion editor at Vogue Japan, she started the brand Alanui with her brother. It’s built around a single item: a unisex, oversized Jacquard cashmere cardigan with fringe and a two-toned belt. Each season, the brand remixes it in a variety of patterns and colors.

“From a young age, I have been drawn to fashion as a form of expression. The opportunity I had to work as a fashion stylist at Vogue Japan pushed

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Nike, H&M, Burberry face backlash and boycotts in China over stance on Uyghur treatment

Western fashion brands including Nike and H&M were facing growing calls for boycotts in China as Beijing pushed back with increasing ferocity against allegations of human rights abuses toward the country’s Uyghur Muslim minority.

The United States announced in January that it would halt all imports of cotton from China’s Xinjiang region — a leading global supplier of the material — over forced labor concerns, while major retailers previously issued statements expressing their concerns.

In the wake of fresh Western sanctions earlier this week against officials responsible for the region in the country’s northwest, those corporate statements resurfaced on Chinese

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V.F. Finds: Fashion & Accessories


The Gossip Girl Reboot Is As Fashion-Forward As The Original. Here’s How To Shop The Looks

From the second that the Gossip Girl reboot became a reality, our obsession has been twofold: finding out who the Constance Billard class of 2021 will be, and, almost more urgently, what they’ll be wearing — because as much as S and B were the characters, the fashion played a star role, too. Naturally, many predicted the same for Gossip Girl 2.0. Now that filming is underway, and behind-the-scenes photos have begun springing up across social media, we can say with some certainty

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How NFTs stand to benefit fashion brands

From blockchain to Pokemon Go, it’s inevitable that any buzzworthy trend will see fashion brands flocking to it, trying to figure out how to turn it into a marketing opportunity. The latest of these trends is the NFT, or non-fungible token, a form of unique digital asset. NFTs have exploded in popularity in the last year, egged on by celebrities like Elon Musk and Grimes, the latter having already sold NFTs for millions of dollars at auction.

But so far, fashion hasn’t settled on the best way to use them. Their entirely digital nature puts them at odds

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10 Trends From the Fall 2021 Season That Predict Fashion’s Future

One year ago, we were trying to predict what the 2020s would look like. After this season, our bets are on a period of rebellious personal style and a rebirth of subcultures. That will give us something to talk about from behind our screens—or even better, together again in person soon. 

Collage Therapy

Designers like Gabriela Hearst, Marine Serre, and Stuart Vevers at Coach are patching together unused fabric scraps to produce coats, dresses, and upcycled tees. These collaged garments are not only sustainably minded, but also nod to a new, idiosyncratic aesthetic that is less about head-to-toe dressing and

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Dallas fashion entrepreneurs pop out perfect garment for moms-to-be

Two Dallas fashion pros have teamed up to solve a dilemma for every mom-to-be: how to feel comfortable and stylish during the nine long months of pregnancy, and right after giving birth.

Loren Heller and Hillary Cullum have launched Berkley Clothing, a luxury activewear line designed to make women feel beautiful, confident, and heathy during every moment of pregnancy and beyond, they say.

“Berkley believes that when you look good, you feel good and that women should never have to sacrifice comfort for style (and vice versa),” a release says. “The company celebrates pregnancy through soft,

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The History and Evolution of Fashion Design

The History and Evolution of Fashion Design

Fashion has always been a natural thing in humans since creation. From the desire to look prettier, more handsome, sexier, and a lot more, fashion sprung up.

Although fashion has existed in our midst for a very long time, in this article we’d be taking you through the history and evolution of fashion design.

On, you’ll find fashion enthusiasts talk fashion and recommend some amazing fashion design courses which you may want to consider taking. However, most of these courses don’t really take you through the history of fashion design. That is why we’ll be doing that in … Read More

13 Knitted Skirt Sets to Wear All Spring Long

Throughout the past year, knit dressing has become one of the most adopted trends and it appears the look is here to stay. And perhaps responding to the fact that the world has happily grown accustomed to covering ourselves in stretchy, slinky, body-hugging knits, tons of designers and labels have delivered us knitwear-heavy collections—from JW Anderson to Fendi. The range is wide because the genre can go way beyond a standard jumper and there’s also a knit for every season. Those knitted skirt and sweater sets we loved so much this past winter have taken on a lighter weight and

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