Category Archives: Fashion Writing

Otto von Busch on sustainability: What is it we are so eager to sustain?

This man is a pine-fresh gulp of air in the now-stifling conversation around sustainability. He’s a New York-based thinker and educator, but then again radical philosophers shout from every street corner in this city. But Otto’s message needs wings. Everyone,

Otto von Busch on sustainability: What is it we are so eager to sustain?

This man is a pine-fresh gulp of air in the now-stifling conversation around sustainability. He’s a New York-based thinker and educator, but then again radical philosophers shout from every street corner in this city. But Otto’s message needs wings. Everyone,

“Outfit of the day” posts, the ultimate anti-fashion ritual

We’ve all seen them standing in the way of four lanes of oncoming traffic, angled cheekbones searching for the light, while their friend (or that poor aggrieved specimen, the Instagram Husband) crouches in the street to get today’s OOTD photo.

“Outfit of the day” posts, the ultimate anti-fashion ritual

We’ve all seen them standing in the way of four lanes of oncoming traffic, angled cheekbones searching for the light, while their friend (or that poor aggrieved specimen, the Instagram Husband) crouches in the street to get today’s OOTD photo.

From Halston to Raf Simons, when corporate crushes creative

The new documentary on Halston is star-studded and a glimpse into a bygone glamorous era that perpetually fascinates. By the director of “Dior and I,” it is also a cautionary tell that still resonates deeply today. Read my review here

From Halston to Raf Simons, when corporate crushes creative

The new documentary on Halston is star-studded and a glimpse into a bygone glamorous era that perpetually fascinates. By the director of “Dior and I,” it is also a cautionary tell that still resonates deeply today. Read my review here

Kent State University’s Graduate Fashion Show 2019

This was one of the series of graduate fashion events in NYC and beyond––this one I traveled to the midwest for––that occupied me all during the month of May. Hope you enjoy. Read and see images of the wonderful collections

Kent State University’s Graduate Fashion Show 2019

This was one of the series of graduate fashion events in NYC and beyond––this one I traveled to the midwest for––that occupied me all during the month of May. Hope you enjoy. Read and see images of the wonderful collections

Industry bonds with FIT for Future of Fashion runway show

It’s graduate fashion season so today’s eyes are on tomorrow’s bright young things! Up first FIT, the Manhattan-based font of creativity that prides itself on its solid technical skills turning out industry-ready creators. For eye-catching lingerie to rival Agent Provocateur, but

Industry bonds with FIT for Future of Fashion runway show

It’s graduate fashion season so today’s eyes are on tomorrow’s bright young things! Up first FIT, the Manhattan-based font of creativity that prides itself on its solid technical skills turning out industry-ready creators. For eye-catching lingerie to rival Agent Provocateur, but

Behind Kent State University’s 45 million dollar Design Innovation Hub

When I was in the midwest last week for the school’s graduate fashion show I also grabbed the opportunity to sit down with the brains behind this latest exciting initiative on-campus, J.R. Campbell, and we discussed biometrics, aeronautics and how

Behind Kent State University’s 45 million dollar Design Innovation Hub

When I was in the midwest last week for the school’s graduate fashion show I also grabbed the opportunity to sit down with the brains behind this latest exciting initiative on-campus, J.R. Campbell, and we discussed biometrics, aeronautics and how

The avant-garde designers who haunt and hypnotize us

On the sixth anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh in which 1,134 garment workers died while making garments for fast fashion outlets worldwide, it might be an opportunity to celebrate the opposite of fast fashion and our

The avant-garde designers who haunt and hypnotize us

On the sixth anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh in which 1,134 garment workers died while making garments for fast fashion outlets worldwide, it might be an opportunity to celebrate the opposite of fast fashion and our