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Fall-Winter 2020 Fashion Campaigns – All The Best Fall-Winter 2020 Fashion Advertisements

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Despite what 2020 has brought us, fashion designers are promising us the same level of imagination and Criminal Defense Lawyers in Chicago star power as always. The fall-winter 2020 campaigns have arrived, casting a stoic John Waters in Saint Laurent and Gigi Hadid for Prada. Fendi took it one step further, giving Chloe x Halle complete creative control to conceptualize their own Peekaboo shoot and video. Click through to see all the season’s best campaigns, here.

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Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Daniel Arnold, Gigi Hadid, Phil Meech, Kevin Tachman

Daniel Arnold, Gigi Hadid, Phil Meech, Kevin Tachman

Daniel Arnold, Gigi Hadid, Phil Meech, Kevin Tachman

Daniel Arnold, Gigi Hadid, Phil Meech, Kevin Tachman

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Jason Bolden Interview – Jason Bolden Wants The Fashion Industry to Speak Up: “If You See Something, Say Something”

Jason Bolden is just what the fashion industry needs. Do you remember Alicia Keys hosting the Grammys, Yara Shahidi in her ray of sunshine Carolina Herrera dress at the Golden Globes, or Cynthia Erivo in her angelic custom Versace gown for the Oscars? Yep, Bolden is responsible for all of those moments. We could be here for the next month running down the list of red carpet magic he has created—Janet Mock, Serena Williams, and Trevor Noah come to mind—but he extended his reqach to viewers at home with his hit Netflix show, Styling Hollywood, which follows his joint styling business, JSN Studio, with his husband and interior designer Adair Curtis. But to Bolden, he understands that using his platform is not just about the clothes, but standing up for what is right.

As we’ve seen the deaths of Ahmaud Arbury, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd spark the call

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Paris Couture Autumn-Winter 2021 – What Paris Couture Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2021 Looks Like

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Like most creative minds dealing with tragedy, storied fashion houses are getting innovative in reaction to COVID-19’s impact on the industry. The suspension of IRL fashion presentations means that this season’s couture week doesn’t look anything like the extravagance we’re used to. Some designers tested out the video format, Balmain staged a boat show livestreamed on TikTok, while others like Schiaparelli kept it socially distanced by trading in handmade clothes for hand-drawn sketches as imagined by Daniel Roseberry in Washington Square Park. This is the world’s first-ever digital-only couture week. Appreciate the beauty from afar with our gallery of the best looks ahead.

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Burberry Is Taking Its September Fashion Show to the Great Outdoors

A few of fashion’s biggest names may have already ditched the Fashion Week schedule, but Burberry’s Riccardo Tisci isn’t ready to say goodbye just yet. This September, Burberry is taking its spring 2021 collection to the great outdoors to digitally debut the Burberry in Nature runway show.

The immersive experience, set for September 17 will be completely carbon neutral, and serve as Burberry’s way to “reconnect with nature and each other.” Where fashion shows used to be invite-only, this digital experience is open to everyone.

“As humans, we have always had a deep affinity to nature. We have had to respect and rely upon its power for our very existence, whilst marveling and reveling in its extraordinary beauty,” Tisci said in a statement. “Especially recently, we have all yearned to reconnect again and for this show, I wanted to celebrate these feelings by bringing our community together in a creative

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Black Stylists Form Black Fashion and Beauty Collective to Foster Community

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The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and several other Black people who were killed recently sparked protests in streets worldwide, and a movement on social media that saw fashion and beauty companies addressing its lack of representation and announcing plans to remedy its shortcomings. But, rather than wait around for companies to back their words with actions, an army of fashion and beauty’s biggest names is taking matters into their own hands with the debut of The Black Fashion and Beauty Collective.

Spearheaded by hairstylist Lacy Redway, celebrity stylist Law Roach, and stylist and designer of Aliette, Jason Rembert, the non-profit organization’s main objective is build a community of creatives—especially those who do behind-the-scenes work for celebrities—and provide them with resources to help them advance in their respective fields.

As the Black Fashion and Beauty Collective focuses on progression in the industry, the group

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