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Miss Universe contestants model fashion show of ‘pre-loved’ clothes https://soutiens.org/miss-universe-contestants-model-fashion-show-of-pre-loved-clothes/ Fri, 03 Dec 2021 03:29:45 +0000 https://soutiens.org/miss-universe-contestants-model-fashion-show-of-pre-loved-clothes/ Miss Universe contestants touring Israel ahead of the competition in Eilat on December 12 modeled a Hanukkah fashion show produced by Haboydem, a Jerusalem second-hand clothing store and women’s rehabilitation center. Parading on the wooden platform of the Jerusalem First Station complex were Miss Turkey in red ruffles and combat boots, Miss China in gray […]]]>

Miss Universe contestants touring Israel ahead of the competition in Eilat on December 12 modeled a Hanukkah fashion show produced by Haboydem, a Jerusalem second-hand clothing store and women’s rehabilitation center.

Parading on the wooden platform of the Jerusalem First Station complex were Miss Turkey in red ruffles and combat boots, Miss China in gray sequins and other contenders in a range of adornments from the “pre-loved” clothing. that the social project sells, said managing director Eris Avihod.

Haboydem encourages wise consumer behavior, to show that dressing in second-hand clothes doesn’t mean compromising on quality or trends, said Haboydem stylist Stephanie Strauch.

“Many of our Haboydem clients come to us for ideological reasons, while others come to support and encourage our workers during their rehabilitation,” said Strauch. “While many of our buyers do it by choice and ideology, others are primarily motivated by financial reasons. “

Haboydem is a social rehabilitation and integration project – Shaf Yativ – a non-profit organization that sells second-hand clothes and provides vocational training for people with disabilities, especially those recovering from mental health issues .

Each employee has a personalized rehabilitation plan, explained CEO Guy Avihod, designed with the organization’s occupational therapist or social worker, with experience working in short shifts when needed.

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“We must destroy fast fashion” https://soutiens.org/we-must-destroy-fast-fashion/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 12:55:14 +0000 https://soutiens.org/we-must-destroy-fast-fashion/ Livia Firth is unwavering in her mission. “The vision has always been that we have to destroy fast fashion,” she says. “We won’t stop while fast fashion is around. “ The “destroy” throws me, momentarily. I realize that I’m used to famous people sweetening their message, spinning it and coating it with sugar to make […]]]>

Livia Firth is unwavering in her mission. “The vision has always been that we have to destroy fast fashion,” she says. “We won’t stop while fast fashion is around. “

The “destroy” throws me, momentarily. I realize that I’m used to famous people sweetening their message, spinning it and coating it with sugar to make it more palatable. Not so Firth, an avowed “professional agitator”.

She is unabashedly straightforward and not afraid to point fingers. She equates our collective shopping addiction to our sugar addiction; and says we’ve “been put to sleep by the powers that be,” with fast fashion, fast food and social media acting like pacifiers that ensure we never think of questioning the status quo. She believes the dystopian Hunger games is not too far removed from our current reality; and unequivocally insists that fast fashion can never be sustainable, despite the greenwashing efforts of its biggest players.

“I have always been an activist and an agitator, even at school,” she explains. “So I think part of it is the personality. If there was an injustice, I would always be the first to say that it is not fair.

Firth is the co-founder and creative director of Eco-Age, a consulting and creative agency specializing in sustainable business strategies. The company works with brands to help them reduce their impact on people and the planet, but is also involved in campaigns and advocacy work, and is committed to highlighting the destructive effects of fast fashion, through projects such as the Fashion landscapes documentary series.

Firth also brought conversations about sustainability to the upper echelons of the fashion world when she launched the Green Carpet Challenge in 2010 and began walking the red carpet, alongside her husband, actor Colin Firth. , wearing only sustainably produced dresses.

“The Green Carpet Challenge was a vehicle. It was incredible luck that Colin was nominated [for awards] and we could use the red carpet as an instrument to start asking questions. “Do you know it’s made from recycled plastic, or discarded underwear, or whatever?” It was a way to re-engage the women in the story behind what they were watching. “

Firth was in Dubai this week to shine the spotlight on Eco-Age’s latest project, the Renaissance Awards, which recognize young leaders in the field of sustainability. The winners’ work was featured in a film that Firth screened at the Italian Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.

“The idea behind the Renaissance Awards was: how to redefine sustainability? Because after two years of Covid, we have to really think carefully about what this word means. Already, it meant everything and nothing and today, it’s even more like that.

Knowing, before Cop 26, that it was unlikely that real solutions would emerge from the conference, Eco-Age also wished to highlight the work carried out by our young people to respond to the most urgent problems of our time.

“We wanted to highlight these young leaders, who don’t even talk about it anymore, they just play, they do it. For us, it was very important to give this feeling of hope and confidence, because the future, which is them, decided to take care of it. It’s interesting because if you then look at what happened at Cop, the people whose futures are going to be affected … the countries of the South, the indigenous people, the young leaders, they weren’t at the table. negotiations. So it was important to put that attention back on them, in an appropriate way. “

Firth’s sustainability journey is filled with a full spectrum of emotions – from hope to frustration to sometimes rage. “There are a lot of times when you think, ‘Nobody cares.’ How is it possible?’ You are therefore frustrated and the temptation would be to give up. But luckily, I never did and I never will, ”she says.

So maybe the Renaissance Awards were something she needed, personally, to remind herself that there is still hope to be had. “I think the most reassuring and beautifully reaffirming thing was to see that these young leaders exist. We read a lot of articles on anxiety and depression in young people, almost victimization of young people, and instead we see here that these people had a problem and they decided to solve it. They identified a problem and found a solution.

Adopting the “Fit for the Future” framework, the awards were divided into four categories, with three young leaders recognized in each category: socially just, environmentally restorative, economically inclusive and technologically balanced.

Textile workers protest for wage increases in Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 9, 2019. REUTERS / Salahuddin Ahmed TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

“At Eco-Age, we never separate environmental justice from social justice. Often times, the social is much more important because if you take care of people, you automatically take care of the environment. If you think about the fast fashion business model, it is founded and made possible only by using modern slavery. Because if you paid every garment worker a living wage, if you took care of them, you couldn’t produce these volumes, at that time, at such a low price. And so, the emphasis on social is super important.

Firth’s commitment to the cause was reinforced during a trip to Bangladesh in 2008. “It was the first time I had walked into a factory and the first time I saw what was happening with my own eyes. was happening. And, really, when you see that, you can’t go home and pretend you didn’t.

“I went to Bangladesh as an Oxfam ambassador, for a campaign against domestic violence. In Dhaka, we asked to be smuggled into a factory because we really wanted to see what was going on. We got to this factory and they had barbed wire and a guard with a rifle outside. Immediately we thought, is this a factory or a prison? And it was an A rated factory, so something they were proud to show off.

“Inside there were three floors filled with women. All the windows had bars, there was no fire escape, and the women were so scared they didn’t even want to look us in the eye. Finally, slowly slowly, they started talking to us a bit. They said they worked 12 hours a day, had two bathroom breaks a day, and some of them had children at home – but if their child got sick and couldn’t come to work , they would lose their jobs.

“And you think, ‘Wearing these clothes, am I doing that to these women?'”

The solution is both incredibly complex and incredibly simple. A simple answer is that consumers “slow down,” says Firth. A few years ago, Eco-Age launched the # 30days challenge, urging all of us to only buy clothes that we knew how to wear 30 or more times.

The more complex part of the solution led Firth to partner with The Lawyers Circle to launch The Living Wage Report, calling for the $ 3 trillion fashion industry to pay garment workers around the world a living wage.

“The second time I went to Bangladesh was in 2015, after the collapse of Rana Plaza. I went back to see what had changed, if anything. On this trip, I met this garment worker, Nazma Aker, a union leader, and she said: “Things will never change as long as brands keep moving from country to country to country. looking for the cheapest production line possible And the only way to stop that is to have a transnational wage agreement.

The team have spent the past six years trying to make this a reality and this year submitted a proposal for legislation to the Commission of the European Union that would require all companies operating in the EU to pay a living wage. throughout their supply chain. If it were adopted, it would be truly monumental.

For Firth, it’s pretty basic. “For me, ultimately, if you ask me what the closest word to sustainability is, it’s respect. And it pisses me off when I see people who have no respect, at all levels.

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Samantha Dexheimer-Ang makes fashion easy and fun with Simply Sam accessories https://soutiens.org/samantha-dexheimer-ang-makes-fashion-easy-and-fun-with-simply-sam-accessories/ Sun, 28 Nov 2021 04:13:29 +0000 https://soutiens.org/samantha-dexheimer-ang-makes-fashion-easy-and-fun-with-simply-sam-accessories/ Stylist and entrepreneur Samantha Dexheimer-Ang I first met Samantha Dexheimer-Ang when we were in fifth grade at Colegio San Agustin, Makati. Even at 11, I knew she had an unprecedented understanding of fashion and elegance. That’s why I wasn’t surprised when she launched Samantha Dexheimer Designs and recently Simply Sam Accessories. When asked what inspired […]]]>

Stylist and entrepreneur Samantha Dexheimer-Ang

I first met Samantha Dexheimer-Ang when we were in fifth grade at Colegio San Agustin, Makati. Even at 11, I knew she had an unprecedented understanding of fashion and elegance. That’s why I wasn’t surprised when she launched Samantha Dexheimer Designs and recently Simply Sam Accessories.

When asked what inspired her to take this career path, she said: “I have always been fascinated by fashion. Since I was a kid, I watched my mom and grandma dress and make up, and I followed them. when they had a dress made by their favorite designer. I remember sneaking into the back of the shop where the sewers were, and I would just be amazed at how a flat fabric can turn into this beautiful wearable art. “

The vision of Simply Sam Accessories is to make women feel better without having to break the bank.

Another equally amazing part for Samantha was the accessorization, which she sees as “like the spice that you add to complete the fashion recipe. It was just plain enjoyable and really exciting for me. So, from my very beginning. at a young age, I knew I wanted to be in the fashion industry. “

Sam turned that passion into reality when she first launched Samantha Dexheimer Designs while completing her studies in AB Fashion Design and Merchandising at De La Salle College in Saint Benilde.

“Before I even graduated, I had already started making bespoke dresses, mainly focused on wedding dresses and dresses.”

To deepen his understanding of the industry, Sam has also worked for various retail brands such as Tyler, Promod, and Vera Wang Manila. “I only stopped working when I moved in because I wanted to have more time with the family. However, being a housewife doesn’t mean I had to stop my passion for fashion and creativity. continued to design bespoke clothing on the side and also opened up Simply Sam accessories. “

For Sam, fashion is more than a passion, but something important to the women for whom she designs clothes and accessories. “I’ve always loved the idea of ​​how fashion can build a woman’s confidence and be a part of memorable occasions, it really means a lot to me, to be able to help women feel good about themselves. and be at their best. “

When asked what inspired the Simply Sam accessories, she replied, “Fun and thrifty! The vision of Simply Sam Accessories is to make women feel better and better without having to break the bank. amusing. You can wear a simple, basic black t-shirt and be able to achieve different looks by styling it with different and affordable statement accessories. “

She continued, “The inspiration behind my business is simply my passion. I want to share it with other women and be able to let them unleash their creativity and be true to their own style. That’s why Simply Sam offers so many accessory designs from around the world to match different personalities. “

This is especially important during this holiday season as we come out of the second year of lockdown and slowly start seeing our friends and family.

For the holidays, Simply Sam Accessories focuses on all things gold and bold. “It’s been a tough few years for everyone and we’re slowly trying to adjust to it. Life goes on. And because we’ve spent so much time in quarantine, for the holidays, I want our customers to feel like it It was. It’s time to blossom again. Like a coming out party. It doesn’t matter if it’s spent safely at home with family or via Zoom, leave all the worries behind and watch and feel your best! “

Samantha also shares a gold nugget that she hopes will be reflected in her vacation collection: “It’s very important to never forget to love yourself. Our life is gold.”

This golden advice is also anchored in the history of its brand, which has grown even stronger despite the uncertainties of the past two years. “I opened Simply Sam just a few months before the pandemic hit in December 2019. Then in March, [it] hit. Orders were difficult to ship due to containment and sales were down but I didn’t want to give it up. I remember asking my friend if I should just shut it up and she said, ‘Please don’t. It’s nice to see pretty things at least during these times. It helps us forget about the situation, even for a moment. ‘”

This is what motivated Sam to continue. “It reminded me why I love what I do – the opportunity to make others feel good. And for me, that’s more important than profit. It’s extremely rewarding to do that. and so I continued. “

Sam then adapted his business to fit the current reality of life. “I started to come up with ideas on how accessories, trendy earrings, can make you feel like you’re in the new ‘life of Zoom’ by staying true to our vision of making it easy and affordable to look your best even if you choose to be half-dressed! “

When asked what pushed her to keep going, the designer said, “The challenges will always come, and we should always be mentally, physically and emotionally ready to accept this with a positive frame of mind. No matter how hard and how many challenges thrown at us, it’s just part of life and we’re going to get through it. There are times when we feel like we can’t or it’s just too much, it’s just too hard but with the right mindset, humility and faith you stay positive Keep your faith strong, keep your mind on a positive note. “

She thoughtfully added: “Instead of” I can’t “always think,” I can do it, I’m still here despite all the obstacles I’ve encountered before, I don’t see why I can’t do it. this time that too will pass. Humility is also important, we cannot handle everything on our own and it is okay to ask for help or advice. “

Speaking of advice, she reflected on the one she has for entrepreneurs like herself, which her husband has taught her. “There is no success without failure. There is no business without risk, but make sure you focus on your goals, work at it, stay positive, make sure you have done right Your research and go for it. Plus, always, always Plan B, C and D. Don’t let negative reviews fool you, but instead turn them into motivation to do even better. “

For more on Sam and Simply Sam Accessories, you can follow her on Instagram, @simplysamph.

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The Chinese fashion photographer in the Dior controversy apologizes https://soutiens.org/the-chinese-fashion-photographer-in-the-dior-controversy-apologizes/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 10:24:53 +0000 https://soutiens.org/the-chinese-fashion-photographer-in-the-dior-controversy-apologizes/ “I am a Chinese born and raised, I love my homeland deeply,” she wrote. “And I deeply know that as an artist, I have a responsibility to record and disseminate the culture of the Chinese people.” She joins many Chinese and foreign celebrities, brands and artists who have issued a public apology following criticism of […]]]>

“I am a Chinese born and raised, I love my homeland deeply,” she wrote. “And I deeply know that as an artist, I have a responsibility to record and disseminate the culture of the Chinese people.”

She joins many Chinese and foreign celebrities, brands and artists who have issued a public apology following criticism of their work in state media. Some have been boycotted for refusing to apologize or if the apology is deemed insufficient.

Chen’s apology came more than a week after Dior was attacked for the photo during its exhibition in Shanghai, which showed an Asian-born model with tanned skin, freckles and dark eyelids holding a Dior handbag.

Critics deemed the photograph to violate East Asian beauty standards for fair skin and said it perpetuated Western stereotypes about Asian faces, such as slanted eyes.

At least one photo editor has praised their work in the past for creating an aesthetic that was unlike Western magazines, or Japanese and South Korean magazines. And in 2019, the Global Times described Chen as China’s response to American photographer Annie Leibovitz, calling her a “shining star” with a unique perspective.

Dior withdrew the photograph, adding that it was part of an art project and not an advertisement. In a statement on its Chinese social media account, Dior said it “respects the feelings of the Chinese people” and “strictly abides by Chinese laws and regulations.”

Other luxury brands have already been embroiled in controversies in China. In 2018, a Dolce & Gabbana ad sparked public outrage after the Asian ad model was ordered to eat spaghetti, cannoli and pizza with a pair of chopsticks. The videos were then deleted.

Chen’s social media post said she accepts criticism of her work, including those of a certain brand, but Dior did not clarify.

The photograph from the exhibition in Shanghai was taken in a style similar to a series of covers Chen made for British fashion magazine iD that featured 12 young Chinese women from different ethnic minorities. Many of the women did not fit what has become a common definition of beauty in China – some had small eyes and others had freckles.

Ding Yining, photo editor at Sixth Tone, praised Chen’s work in a 2018 article for the state-backed English articles website.

“From his works, it would seem that Chen prefers female models with narrow eyes and one eyelid and a traditional East Asian sense of elegance,” Ding wrote.

Chen told Sixth Tone that “as a professional visual artist, I think I should help more people recognize the face of modern Chinese beauty with greater confidence.”

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Wu reported from Taipei, Taiwan.

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Did you ask for Go Fashion’s shares during the IPO? What GMPs Report About the Problem https://soutiens.org/did-you-ask-for-go-fashions-shares-during-the-ipo-what-gmps-report-about-the-problem/ Tue, 23 Nov 2021 04:41:47 +0000 https://soutiens.org/did-you-ask-for-go-fashions-shares-during-the-ipo-what-gmps-report-about-the-problem/ Get started in the fashion IPO: After three days of auction, Go Fashion IPO has been subscribed 135.46 times. The public stake is worth ??1,013.61 crore were subscribed 49.70 times in the retail category, 100.73 in the QIB category and 262.08 in the NII category. Meanwhile, on the gray market, the Go Fashion share price […]]]>

Get started in the fashion IPO: After three days of auction, Go Fashion IPO has been subscribed 135.46 times. The public stake is worth ??1,013.61 crore were subscribed 49.70 times in the retail category, 100.73 in the QIB category and 262.08 in the NII category. Meanwhile, on the gray market, the Go Fashion share price corrected for the second day in a row. According to market watchers, go Fashion shares are available at a premium of ??380 on the gray market today.

Go Fashion IPO GMP

According to market watchers, Go Fashion IPO premium market (GMP) is today ??380, that is ??90 less than his gray market premium of yesterday of ??470. They said that such a fall in the current dive market is very much to be expected. They said the gray market premium of Go Fashion IPO stayed around ??500 since it became available for auction. This drop in the gray market price of Go Fashion’s IPO is due to the new massive sell-off on Monday. They said one should feel relieved because the fall in the gray market price of Go Fashion is still not up to the drop in the stock market.

What does this BPF mean?

Market watchers added that GMP reflects an expected listing gain from the public offering. As Go Fashion IPO GMP today is ??380, this means that the gray market expects shares of Go Fashion to be listed at around ??1070 ( ??690 + ??380), which is about 55% higher than its upper price bracket.

However, market watchers have argued that the gray market premium should not be viewed as a concrete indicator of an IPO. In fact, it is the financial data of the company that gives a real picture of the company.

Highlight the fundamentals of Go Fashion’s IPO; Nitin Shahi, Executive Director of Findoc, said: “Go Fashion is one of the leading companies in the women’s stocking industry. The company has a well-diversified product portfolio as well as a pan-Indian multi-channel distribution network. demonstrated strong financial performance. In addition, the retail market for women’s socks is a growing market. The share of organized retail in women’s clothing has increased from 19% in 2015 to 27% in 2020 and is expected to reach 42%. percent by fiscal 2025.

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Volleyball falls heartbreakingly in OVC semi-finals https://soutiens.org/volleyball-falls-heartbreakingly-in-ovc-semi-finals/ Sat, 20 Nov 2021 16:12:41 +0000 https://soutiens.org/volleyball-falls-heartbreakingly-in-ovc-semi-finals/ History links No.5 seed Murray State Racers (18-12) gave it their all, but fell heartbreakingly to the No.1 seed of the Southeast Missouri Redhawks (25-7) in four sets , 25-22, 18-25, 15-25, Friday night in Cape Girardeau, Missouri in the semifinals of the OVC Tournament. It was an intense battle at Houck Fieldhouse as a […]]]>

No.5 seed Murray State Racers (18-12) gave it their all, but fell heartbreakingly to the No.1 seed of the Southeast Missouri Redhawks (25-7) in four sets , 25-22, 18-25, 15-25, Friday night in Cape Girardeau, Missouri in the semifinals of the OVC Tournament.

It was an intense battle at Houck Fieldhouse as a trip to the OVC Championship was on the line.

Led 2-1 in the match and 19-24 in the fourth set, the Racers beat five match points, to tie the score at 24, but simply couldn’t complete the comeback as SEMO took both. following points to close the set and the match.

Jayla holcombe had a big night with 22 kills and just three errors out of 38 swings for a 0.500 hit percentage.

Brooke Lynn Watts also had double-digit kills, finishing with 13 kills and added nine digs. His 521 kills are the most important for a rookie and the seventh in a single season in program history.

Elders Becca Fernandez, Emilie matson and Kolby McClelland all of them ended their incredible careers as runners.

The Racers finished the season 18-12 as SEMO advance to the OVC Championship, where they will face Morehead State.

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Colleen Heidemann, the 72-year-old model proves that fashion and fun don’t stop with age! See photos that capture her energetic flair | Photo gallery https://soutiens.org/colleen-heidemann-the-72-year-old-model-proves-that-fashion-and-fun-dont-stop-with-age-see-photos-that-capture-her-energetic-flair-photo-gallery/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 07:08:03 +0000 https://soutiens.org/colleen-heidemann-the-72-year-old-model-proves-that-fashion-and-fun-dont-stop-with-age-see-photos-that-capture-her-energetic-flair-photo-gallery/ 01 / 30 / fashion / foreign-models / colleen-heidemann-the-72-year-old-model-proves-that-fashion-and-fun-does-end-with-age-to-see-photos-that-captures-its-energetic -flair / eventshow / 87775190.cms 01 The beauty industry has surely evolved over the years and it has happened thanks to inspiring personalities across the world – Photo Gallery The beauty industry has surely evolved over the years and it has happened thanks to inspiring personalities […]]]>

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The beauty industry has surely evolved over the years and it has happened thanks to inspiring personalities across the world. Colleen Heidemann helps break age-old patterns and shows all women that fashion and fun never ends with age! The 72-year-old is from the United States and currently has a contract with a leading modeling agency in the country. There are more roles for older women in life than a mother and grandmother. Heidemann’s style arouses enthusiasm and encourages them to embrace their individuality. She fights ageism in style in the fashion and beauty world, and we’re here for it! It was in 2011 when Heidemann went viral after appearing in a popular “Advanced Style” series featuring older women in impeccable style. Earlier, the model became a social media star. She often shares her photoshoot photos with detailed and inspiring captions. There is no minimalism when it comes to her fashion. Heidemann goes all out with sets, glamorous and energetic makeup. Whether it’s colorful flowers, sequined outfits, party dresses, bikinis and more, she does it with the utmost sassy! Her Instagram biography quotes her words for a living – “If not now, when will it be?” Wise words! The model has appeared on numerous pages of magazines and campaigns of major brands. She recently attended the 2021 CFDA Fashion Awards and left viewers in awe in a black flare number. Here we take a look at the stylish photos of Heidemann that capture his striking looks and enthusiasm. (All photos: Colleen Heidemann / Instagram)

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Colleen Heidemann, the 72-year-old model proves that fashion and fun don't stop with age!  See photos that capture her energetic flair

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Colleen Heidemann, the 72-year-old model proves that fashion and fun don't stop with age!  See photos that capture her energetic flair

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Colleen Heidemann, the 72-year-old model proves that fashion and fun don't stop with age!  See photos that capture her energetic flair

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Colleen Heidemann, the 72-year-old model proves that fashion and fun don't stop with age!  See photos that capture her energetic flair

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Colleen Heidemann, the 72-year-old model proves that fashion and fun don't stop with age!  See photos that capture her energetic flair

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Colleen Heidemann, the 72-year-old model proves that fashion and fun don't stop with age!  See photos that capture her energetic flair
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Kid Cudi proves gendered fashion doesn’t exist in 2021 https://soutiens.org/kid-cudi-proves-gendered-fashion-doesnt-exist-in-2021/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 00:00:21 +0000 https://soutiens.org/kid-cudi-proves-gendered-fashion-doesnt-exist-in-2021/ If you don’t know Kid Cudi, chances are you know some of the artists he inspired: Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott… The rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and actor from 37 years old is one of the most enigmatic and influential musicians in modern music, famous for his emotional and introspective voice and his […]]]>

If you don’t know Kid Cudi, chances are you know some of the artists he inspired: Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott… The rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and actor from 37 years old is one of the most enigmatic and influential musicians in modern music, famous for his emotional and introspective voice and his iconic “Cudi hum”.

He was also one of the most innovative fashion celebrities on the planet. Cudi has always been a trailblazer, especially when it comes to blurring the lines between menswear and womenswear – and especially in 2021.

Cudi (real name Scott Mescudi) made headlines earlier this year in September when he wore two very quirky outfits to two back-to-back style events: pairing a Nirvana t-shirt and a long black skirt on the ground at New York Fashion Week, then green hair, dark eye makeup and another long skirt to the Met Gala.

Her latest outfit, however, is the most eye-catching. Cudi attended the CFDA Fashion Awards last week in what can only be described as a cross between bridal and groom attire: an ankle-length wedding dress paired with a white blazer; lace gloves, tights and veil; Louis Vuitton sneakers and dark eye makeup – which contrasted with Cudi’s hair, which he had dyed bright red for the occasion.

It was by far the most talked about outfit of the night – no small feat, considering the fashion and stardom of the event – and suggests that 2021 may well be the the death knell of gendered fashion.

Image: Richard Masao

Cudi’s dress was designed by Eli Russell Linnetz, a Californian designer best known for designing the iconic floating stage Kanye West used on his Pablo’s life tour, as well as his collaborations with artists like Lady Gaga, Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber. (Cudi and Kanye are close associates and friends, and form the KIDS SEE GHOSTS supergroup).

It’s a provocative outfit for sure, but it shows more than any other gender outfit we’ve seen this year is that wearing women’s clothing doesn’t have to come at the expense of your. masculinity (something that many men still struggle to conceive of). Cudi looks solid as hell – we pity the idiot who would try to tell Cudder he’s some kind of sissy in this crisis.

Cudi isn’t the only traditionally male male celebrity to wear skirts and dresses recently. Stars as diverse as Dan Levy, Harry Styles, Lewis Hamilton, Lil Nas X, Pete Davidson and Russell Westbrook all took part in the womenswear action in 2021.

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Granted, it’s not for everyone, but this trend; it breaks down the barriers of gendered fashion, definitely looks here to stay. Earlier this year, DMARGE spoke with a stylist and fashion expert based in Byron Bay. Jeff Lacks, who, despite her doubts about the commercial viability of genderless fashion, admits it’s a “cool talking point.”

“There just isn’t a lot of market for it. The men are not ready yet … That said, there is definitely a double standard. Some of the female celebrities this year who have worn men’s suits and pants have been absolutely fantastic. “

Left to right: Kid Cudi at New York Fashion Week, and again at the 2021 Met Gala. Images: Getty

Cudi is no stranger to criticism when it comes to her fashion choices, but history has proven her sartorial instincts have always been perfect.

In 2009, Cudi was vilified for wearing skinny jeans at a time when no other rapper would dare to wear something so “emo” – but skinny jeans are all the rage these days. In 2010, he wore a kilt to a New Years party and was ridiculed for it. Now the kilts are cool. In 2014 he performed in a crop top. Since then, all kinds of men, from Troye Sivan to Zac Efron, have been spotted wearing them. You get the picture.

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All we’ll say is keep an eye out for what Cudi wears next. It could be the next big thing.

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Rivich will host on November 17 and 18 the auction of the best fashion designers as well as Western art in the middle of the century, … https://soutiens.org/rivich-will-host-on-november-17-and-18-the-auction-of-the-best-fashion-designers-as-well-as-western-art-in-the-middle-of-the-century/ https://soutiens.org/rivich-will-host-on-november-17-and-18-the-auction-of-the-best-fashion-designers-as-well-as-western-art-in-the-middle-of-the-century/#respond Wed, 10 Nov 2021 01:56:54 +0000 https://soutiens.org/rivich-will-host-on-november-17-and-18-the-auction-of-the-best-fashion-designers-as-well-as-western-art-in-the-middle-of-the-century/ Vintage Oscar de la Renta black velvet and purple satin 1980s dress with black “ribbon” layered skirt. Recalling a famous dress worn by Princess Diana. Estimate $ 100 to $ 5,000Rivich auctions CHICAGO – Widely known as the Midwest’s favorite source for original and artistic antiques and real estate, Chicago’s Rivich Auction has just released […]]]>

Vintage Oscar de la Renta black velvet and purple satin 1980s dress with black “ribbon” layered skirt. Recalling a famous dress worn by Princess Diana. Estimate $ 100 to $ 5,000
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CHICAGO – Widely known as the Midwest’s favorite source for original and artistic antiques and real estate, Chicago’s Rivich Auction has just released its catalogs online for an exciting sale November 17-18 with selections to appeal to all buyers. festivals. The first day will focus exclusively on vintage clothing from Chanel, Gucci and other top designers, while the second day will feature a selection of art, furniture and many “quirky but cool” items that even the most warned buyers would never find. brick and mortar stores.

More than 120 lots of high-end designer clothing from an estate on Chicago’s prestigious North Coast will be offered on November 17. brands as coveted as Chanel, Gucci, Oscar de la Renta and Christian Dior. Several pairs of designer shoes (Manolo Blahnik, Prada, Louboutin), handbags and accessories will be auctioned, as well as a variety of men’s clothing, ties and hats for men; and even a collection of vintage children’s clothing.

For many collectors, vintage fashion begins and ends with one name: Chanel. The effortless chic of Coco Chanel’s designs and the quality of the fabrics, buttons and trims she chose made her garments timeless. To this day, sought-after Chanel classics can be found in the wardrobes of some of the world’s most stylish women.

More than ten lots of vintage Chanel creations highlight the sale. They include a Chanel Boutique pastel tweed skirt suit, size 36; a quilted silk blouse with black bow and pearl buttons associated with a flapper-style silk skirt, size 38; and a navy blue striped silk dress with a tie belt. Each is estimated to be between $ 100 and $ 5,000.

Mies van der Rohe Potted Lamp (German / American, 1886–1969) designed, owned and used by the famous architect for many years in his own Chicago apartment. Letter of provenance from his grandson, architect Dirk Lohan, who inherited the lamp.
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Who will be the next to steal the show in a 1980s Oscar de la Renta black velvet bodycon evening gown with cap sleeves and a purple layered skirt? Any serious fashionista who looks at this stunning creation will certainly remember a similar dress and style made famous by Princess Diana. Ready for the spotlight, the de la Renta is priced between $ 100 and $ 5,000. A quintessential ’80s-style second party dress, also by Oscar de la Renta, is all black with oversized puffed sleeves, a dropped waist, and a ruffled, layered skirt. Estimate $ 100 to $ 5,000

An estimate of $ 100 to $ 5,000 also applies to several other lots, including a vintage Gucci tweed blazer, a Burberry gold metallic coat, and a group of five vintage double-breasted ladies coats and jackets, including one with a Marshall Fields label.

On November 18, Rivich will revolve around a session of 188 lots entitled “American Standard: Western to Mid-Century”. The range includes an eclectic selection of items from several areas of the Chicagoland region and spans many time periods and categories, from vintage billboards and antique machinery with a steampunk flavor, to 20th century paintings and decorative art. .

The star of the day is undoubtedly the mid-century ‘pot lamp’ designed, owned and used by the great architect and designer Mies van der Rohe (German / American, 1886-1969). Used as mood lighting for many years in van der Rohe’s Chicago apartment, it was later passed on to his architect grandson, Dirk Lohan, FAIA. In the accompanying written provenance, Lohan says of the lamp: “It was very unique because no one else had such lighting. These “pots” could easily be hidden behind furniture or located in less frequented areas of the space. They made the ceiling bright enough and glare-free, and I guess he originally chose them because he didn’t have to do a lot of electrical and decorating work in his apartment. The lamp is presented with an estimate of $ 1,000 to $ 2,000.

Bronze horse sculpture by D. Michael Thomas, signed and numbered 23/38, 22 x 31in (including base). Estimate $ 1,500 to $ 3,000
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A pair of Kaare Klint for Rasmussen Safari Chairs is also ready to decorate a new home environment, estimated between $ 1,000 and $ 2,000; and a signed Christian Liaigre lamp which measures 23½ inches to the top of its 12 inch diameter shade. In excellent condition, this pretty lamp is valued between $ 750 and $ 1,500.

Three fine bronze sculptures with a Western theme would make ideal holiday gifts for anyone who adorns the traditional desk or desk with manly artwork. Two of the bronzes are by D. Michael Thomas, an award-winning sculptor from Buffalo, Wyoming, whose works are characterized by their extraordinarily realistic qualities.

Thomas’ perfect reproduction of equine anatomy and musculature can be seen in a sculpture of a running horse, saddled but without a rider. Signed and numbered 23/38, it is estimated between 1,500 and 3,000 dollars. A second bronze by Thomas entitled “On Deck,” which depicts a saddle horse on a rotating wooden base, is also signed by the artist and carries an estimate of $ 1,000 to $ 2,000. Also adding the vibe of the old west, a David G. Argyle bronze of an ornate, concho-decorated saddle stands 18 inches high on its wooden base and is expected to fetch between $ 750 and $ 1,500.

For the person with everything, Rivich suggests unique antiques as holiday gifts, like an antique “Metro” cast iron paperweight from William Perring & Co. Ltd. made in Neasden, a district in North West London. This industrial wonder of its day has a pre-sale estimate of $ 3,500 to $ 5,000. Another good choice is an oak tri-fold tailor’s mirror from around 1890 that measures over 6 feet wide when fully opened. Estimate: $ 500 to $ 1,000

The Rivich Auction November 17-18 sale will begin at 11 a.m. ET / 10 a.m. CT on both days. Consult the fully illustrated catalog and bid away or live online via Live auctioneers. More than 95% of the lots put up for auction are entered without reservation. For details on any auction item, call Rivich Auction at 219-765-8219 or email rivichauction@gmail.com. Visit them online at www.rivichauction.com.

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