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16 Feb

Philippe Plein Menswear Fall 2017

From Mugshots to Headshots Prison Bae opens the Philipp Plein Runway Show at Fashion Week Jeremy Meeks, the man we all know and love as #PrisonBae opened the Philippe Plein runway show in a fur-hooded parka with Nas and Lauryn Hill blasting, "If I Ruled the World" in the background. With cheek bones for the gawds, gangsta tats and piercing eyes, Jeremy stole the show (well, the press) and got the opportunity to walk alongside Fetty Wap, Desiigner, and Yung Thug, among others. Plein is looking to take over the American market and believes that (we) are spoiled, but recognizes the economic potential. According to VOGUE, Plein said...
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19 Sep

Pyer Moss Challenges Racism with a Brave Fashion Statement

Black Lives Matter Fashion Show
Kerby Jean-Raymond and Usher Raymond at Pyer Moss
Pyer Moss Fashion Presentation Promotes Change Runway Show Challenges Racism & Police Brutality Kerby Jean-Raymond, the innovative designer behind Pyer Moss, the cult sportswear brand for men, has changed the game with a new "menswear for women" collection that challenges racism and police brutality in America. During New York Fashion Week, Jean-Raymond showcased a stellar and thought-provoking presentation that left buyers and press speechless, yet hungry for change. “For as long as I have this platform and for as long as people are going to listen to me — I’m going to take a stand on something and this is something that is important to me. If one person walks out of here today and is just nicer,...
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