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If you're looking for a Father's Day gift, Dad Grass feels like a no-brainer.
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We're investing in special pieces that will help us stand out this season.
Featuring unconventional cutouts, cotton candy pastels and comfy cotton dresses.
Be prepared with a statement piece or two as things start to open up.
Proof that investment pieces don't have to be boring.
From sporty Prada kitten heels to a classic Balenciaga shoulder bag.
Alumni from Belmont University's O'More College of Architecture & Design share how they became entrepreneurs in the fashion space.
Influencers and celebrities model the senior collections in "Fashion in Frame."
Wolf & Badger exclusively works with independent, ethical designers, delineating their production practices on every product page. They put the 'able' in 'sustainable.'
The Drexel University grad takes home the $10,000 prize.
Law Roach is hosting the digital event, with six recent fashion-school graduates competing for $10,000.
A close-up look at Naturopathica's new clean Retinol Collection.
The competition will take place virtually, with one talented fashion school graduate taking home the $10,000 prize.
"Fashion has proven to know how to get out of even more disastrous moments. We just need a little courage," says Polimoda Director and branding expert Danilo Venturi.
Polimoda surveyed 300 students from 54 countries on what they care about when it comes to brands.
Polimoda is offering e-courses on everything from design to personal branding to sustainable fashion — complete with industry mentors.
Check out the knife accessory your dad didn't even know he needed.
Marco Panconesi, Frederikke Schmidt and Chris Donovan discuss launching their own brands, their design philosophies and how they're navigating the pandemic.
Nothing should be considered more essential in the fashion industry than the wellbeing of the people who make our clothes.
New hires at O'More School of Design bring global experience to the school.
It may seem as though a sustainable fashion future is one built from the top down, but the work being done within fashion education might prove otherwise.
The brand's renaissance shows no signs of slowing.