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Is the fashion industry ready for multiculturalism?

The luxury fashion industry faces a huge challenge with inclusion and multiculturalism. Despite what it seems, the path is neither so easy nor so advanced.

Paris Fashion Week has been cancelled

The Board of Directors of the Fédération de la haute couture et de la Mode announced today that Paris Fashion Week Menswear has been cancelled.

Can paper magazines survive the age of Covid-19?

Fashion magazines around the world are facing an identity crisis. Should they cover only fashion? Should they talk about public health? Will anyone go out and buy their print editions?


HIGHXTAR WEEKENDS | What to do at home during quarantine

We have a good schedule so you can have fun without leaving the house, too. Take care of yourself, wash your hands well and pay attention to our plan at home.


Practical guide, how to survive the Coronavirus?

The Coronavirus has arrived in Europe, but more importantly, it has arrived in Spain. That’s why we’ve prepared a guide to how to survive the pathogen.

The formal shoe comeback and fall of the sneaker culture

2020 is being the year of the formal shoe and the fall of the sneaker culture. We collect the shoes that will step hard during the next phase of footwear.

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“Witchcraft” BARRAGÁN Fall 2020

“Brujería” is the title for the Fall 2020 season. A collection that is both wild and sober at the same time, which extracts the colors of the Mexican landscape and turns them off intuitively.

Confirmed: Raf Simons to work with Miuccia for PRADA

From 2 April 2020, Raf Simons will join the Prada brand as co-creative director, working in partnership with Miuccia Prada.

10 firms that have disappeared in the last decade

Many brands in the fashion world have not been able to adapt to the new times and have disappeared or are about to do so. Here is a list of some of them.


We talk w/ Víctor Barragán: Redefining fashion from the inside

Barragán has arrived to redefine fashion in his own terms, bringing his well-defined personality to the main stage and making everyone love it.

Stüssy | From the streetwear roots to the high-fashion catwalk

Between psychedelic colors and wave prints we focus on Shawn Stussy: one of the pioneers of streetwear that began defining the underground aesthetics.

Compiling the trends of the decade

December is coming to an end, in a few days the circle of the second decade of the 2000s will close. We made a recap.

The future of 3D fashion through Cattytay

Cat Taylor has changed the fashion’s game in an advanced level to positioning itself as an absolute referent in that 3D universe that high-end brands are introducing into their systems.

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Prada x adidas: are the rumours true?

Rumor has it that a collaboration between Prada and adidas is coming. If it were true, it would be one of the most unexpected moves in the fashion system.

We talk w/ Cali Thornill DeWitt (@caramelbobby)

Cali Thornhill opens the doors to a creative universe. @caramelbobby has achieved a cultural background that has transcended the globe from top to bottom.


It’s the most important clothing company in the world and you still don’t know it

It is the fastest growing clothing company in the world in terms of stock market earnings, and may not be familiar to you.

The babushka boom

At the end of last year we already witnessed the rebirth of the babushka thanks to A$AP Rocky and his entourage of ‘babushka bois’ like Frank Ocean.

Africa: Where inspiration is born

But, besides inspiring others, whats going on in Africa in terms of fashion? Why not talking about the source of everything?

The hypersexualized man is back

It is surprising to see how the womenswear scene advances and advocates body diversity and ending sexual objectification, while the menswear universe becomes an ode to the hypersexualised man.

The ecstasy of live streaming in China

As usual in China it came three centuries earlier. The live-streaming bubble has continued to grow since its birth in 2013 to become the largest virtual commerce industry in the Asian state.

Why do shopping malls keep growing if no one actually shops there?

Shopping malls have become small miniature cities based on dynamics with a clear objective: that you spend as much time there as possible.