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21 Mar

Gigi Hadid Covers the First Issue of Vogue Arabia

Gigi Hadid Covers Vogue Arabia Magazine
Paying homage to her Arab roots, Gigi Hadid's gorgeous face is gracing the cover of a historic fashion debut as Vogue Arabia is the Middle East’s first premium fashion publication. It is available in two languages and is the first 'Vogue' to represent an entire region. According to Vogue Magazine, it features "established and up-and-coming designers, high fashion styled with modest flair, and luxury lifestyle insights from across the Middle East with a unique Arabic twist on global high-fashion reportage." Some of the more established designer collections, such as Valentino are seen in a couture spread featuring Cindy Bruna and Samile Bermannelli. If you have been paying attention this season, designers have been using their platform to not only envoke change, but...
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6 Mar

Cindy Bruna & Samile Bermannelli for Vogue Arabia March 2017

Vogue Arabia Fashion Editorial Cindy Bruna
With Gigi Hadid on its very first cover, Vogue Arabia releases a beautiful "Haute Couture" editorial featuring one of our favs Cindy Bruna, Samile Bermannelli and Yassine Rahal. The shoot took place in Paris and featured gowns and fashion looks from many collections including Valentino, René Caovilla, Ulyana Sergeenko, Sophie Hallette, Christian Louboutin and more. “With Vogue Arabia, we’re making a bold bet on the future of marquee, high-gloss content in the region—across both print and digital. The unparalleled heritage and global footprint of the Vogue brand, combined with our distinct strategy of publishing more than 90% original content with dual language editorial, really make Vogue Arabia stand out.” ~ Shashi Menon, CEO & Publisher of Vogue Arabia The is the debut issue of...
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20 Feb

Marc Jacobs Fall 2017 RTW

Riley Montana in Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs' Hip-Hop Influenced Runway Show The Cool Kids Take Over the Park Avenue Armory We definitely have NOT forgotten about the Marc Jacobs collection from last season that took cultural appropriation to another level with Caucasian models strutting the runway in multicolored faux locks. Immediately after the social media storm, Jacobs began defending himself and his statements only made the situation worse! Aside from that, he listed over 10 inspirations including Harajuku girls, London in the 80's, Boy George, Ravers, House music and more, yet there was just one very important inspiration that was conveniently excluded! The issue he truly faced was not the fact that he used locks in his show, but that it was overwhelmingly white (models) AND he...
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