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The latest collaboration between Balenciaga and adidas has generated controversy. Has the luxury house taken bootleg couture too far?
The marriage of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker paired with D&G seems to have ushered us into the era of branded weddings.
In times of hyper-consumerism, suppliers such as Klarna are providing new services based on “buy now, pay later”.
Nostalgia is projected into the heart of an era in which childish aesthetics once again invoke the subcutures of the 90s and 2000s.
Wiccan culture goes viral on TikTok through the hastag #whimsigothic which has already bewitched more than ten thousand people.
Francesca Bellettini explains how, together with designer Anthony Vaccarello, she has turned Saint Laurent into a $3 billion powerhouse.
Fashion enters high school classrooms to extract its aesthetics and update all its archetypes on the catwalk.
We record everything we do, translating it into digital data. Have we become slaves to self-control?
The hyperphysical store becomes the current temple of fashion for those who wish to live sensory experiences beyond shopping.
Through the interpretation of Y/Project, Tom Ford or Loewe the nude has become fashion’s favorite optical illusion.
Savage X Fenty now invites us to get naked with the new diaphanous lingerie pieces framed in the “Nothin’ But Net” collection.
After two years of silence and inactivity, New York streetwear brand MadeMe and its riot girls are once again making noise in fashion.
There are a number of telltale signs and/or red flags to detect greenwashing in fashion. We tell you which ones.
Lab-grown clothing looms as the great experimental design practice with which to weave the future of fashion.
Apple Airpods Max have become the new favorite fashion accessory thanks to Tiktok and style references like Bella Hadid.
Graphic and/or colorful 2000’s tights are back to star and inject eccentricity and vibration into the mid-season looks.
During these last few fashion weeks for SS22, if we have been able to spot one viral accessory, it has been the androgynous cut tie.
The social feed has gone from being characterized by absolute aestheticization to being a personal diary of our lives.
Coachella returns after two years, kicking off the festival season and the fashion business that sorrounds it.
The Internet has become an ocean of endless micro-trends that sprout endlessly. Have they killed our personal style?
SHEIN reaches a valuation of 100 billion dollars, surpassing the fast fashion empires. We are talking about its meteoric rise.