Puerto Rico’s Fashion Week Resumes After Hurricane Maria

Thais Llorca/Epa/REX/Shutterstock FRANCES SOLÁ-SANTIAGO December 20, 2017 05:08 PM Three months after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, only 65 percent of electricity generation has been restored. But the local fashion industry is keeping their lights on by hosting the ninth edition of San Juan Moda, a four day event running from Dec. 19 to Dec. … Read more Puerto Rico’s Fashion Week Resumes After Hurricane Maria

Hadley Freeman’s style quiz of 2017

Who was best, and worst, in the fashion world? Composite: Rex/Shutterstock/Sygma via Getty Images/EPA/The Guardian Design Team Azzedine Alaïa, revered as one of the all time great couturiers, died in November. But what truly cemented his greatness? When he was given a nickname, “the King of Cling”, because of his body-fitted clothes. When Michelle Obama … Read more Hadley Freeman’s style quiz of 2017

Fashion Startups Suck at Plus Size

Fast fashion, as you’re well aware, is the devil. Startups eager to snatch dollars dropped by customers looking to spend their money elsewhere have recognized this fact. Brands like Everlane and Reformation are startups looking to disrupt clothing for everyone—but they’re leaving plus-size customers in the dust, as Amanda Mull writes in Racked. 00:00 00:00 Many of … Read more Fashion Startups Suck at Plus Size