Posts Tagged: Hussein Chalayan

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

Is Fashion’s Love Affair with Instagram in Danger?

It was a match made in online heaven, but whether this delirious couple of lovebirds will have their happy ending is in dispute for the first time. Read on at FashionUnited here…

Is Fashion’s Love Affair with Instagram in Danger?

It was a match made in online heaven, but whether this delirious couple of lovebirds will have their happy ending is in dispute for the first time. Read on at FashionUnited here…

Access Denied: Is Jomo Fashion’s Next Big Thing?

Say goodbye to the anxiety, the lethargy, the self doubt that fashion brings. I’m partaking of this myself and I cannot recommend it enough. This is not a paid advertisement 🙂 Read on here

Access Denied: Is Jomo Fashion’s Next Big Thing?

Say goodbye to the anxiety, the lethargy, the self doubt that fashion brings. I’m partaking of this myself and I cannot recommend it enough. This is not a paid advertisement 🙂 Read on here

But Where’s Björk?

“It’s oh-so-disappointing,” laments The Economist. “MOMA’s embarrassing Björk crush,” snarks The New Yorker. “A beautiful. ill-conceived disaster,” says TheAtlantic.com. With such universal disappointment surrounding MOMA’s Björk exhibition having built up since its March opening, I finally went along to see

But Where’s Björk?

“It’s oh-so-disappointing,” laments The Economist. “MOMA’s embarrassing Björk crush,” snarks The New Yorker. “A beautiful. ill-conceived disaster,” says TheAtlantic.com. With such universal disappointment surrounding MOMA’s Björk exhibition having built up since its March opening, I finally went along to see