Fashion – Lotts Photo http://lottsphoto.com/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 16:02:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lottsphoto.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/default-130x130.png Fashion – Lotts Photo http://lottsphoto.com/ 32 32 The best street style beauty moments from Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 so far https://lottsphoto.com/the-best-street-style-beauty-moments-from-milan-fashion-week-spring-summer-2023-so-far/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 16:02:02 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/the-best-street-style-beauty-moments-from-milan-fashion-week-spring-summer-2023-so-far/ More than any other major Fashion Week venue, Milan has always been a true celebration of style. Nowhere else will you find such a bold and glamorous reverence for fashion presented with such joy – and that applies to onlooker beauty looks too. Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023’s top beauty street style moments embrace trends […]]]>

More than any other major Fashion Week venue, Milan has always been a true celebration of style. Nowhere else will you find such a bold and glamorous reverence for fashion presented with such joy – and that applies to onlooker beauty looks too. Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023’s top beauty street style moments embrace trends that are bold, bright and distinctly personal, but often with a nod to hot fashion and beauty trends.

For Milanese fashion, hair is often the ultimate accessory and is treated as an integrated canvas for self-expression. This season, hair rings add a golden and metallic touch to every braided style, while striking split dyes and neon tips add a pop of color up top. This freewheeling energy also extends to the best street makeup looks. You’ve seen green eyeshadow on chic celebs like Zendaya, Rosalia and Solange Knowles, and the coolest in Milan are also giving the color another official co-sign, but not without a few twists. Acting as a preview of the spring and summer to come in 2023, it looks like the cheerful colors and beauty version of dopamine dressing are – thankfully – here to stay.

Ahead, the most notable beauty street style moments from Milan Fashion Week SS23 so far.

Top knot of upper half

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Consider this next year’s take on the ever-viral slicked back bun trend. Up top, the hair is sleek, gelled and secured in a twisted bun, while the rest is left loose. As this Fashion Week guest showed, it’s clearly the best of both worlds.

Green eyeshadow

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There’s no doubt about it – rich, plush green eyeshadow reigns supreme right now, and that extends to Milan Fashion Week attendees, too. This guest’s grass green eyeshadow — which actually appears to be a cream-based or glaze-style shadow — is a whimsical and bright pop of color against an all-white ensemble.

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Even with the show on hiatus, the Euphoria the effect is still going strong. This guest’s take on the green eyeshadow trend is a double whammy of color and shape. The focused polka dot green on their lids is framed by wings of blue eyeshadow, adding an entirely new element to the look.

Baby Bangs

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Farewell, curtain bangs – it’s time for baby bangs to shine. Cropped above the eyebrows, the baby bangs — similar to the micro bangs Katie Holmes just cut — frames the face with an unexpected edge and lots of polish.

hair jewelry

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The shimmering constellation of silver hair rings in this Fashion Week guest’s braids — rings that perfectly match their earrings, mind you — are a chic, metallic touch against their midnight black turtleneck.

vampire lips

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A bold, vampy lip is always a welcome sight, especially when it’s as deep and glossy as this Fashion Week guest’s. Keeping the rest of their makeup relatively simple — note the bold brows and lashes, though — this burgundy lip color takes center stage.

Blunt Bobs

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After several years during which the lob reigned, the true bob – the one who completely bares the shoulders – is back with a vengeance. The cropped style has been spotted on celebrities like Viola Davis, Maude Apatow and Issa Rae, and this Fashion Week guest proves why. Notably, rather than a choppy, layered bob, this one has clean, blunt ends and an even length all over.

Spiny space buns

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This Milan Fashion Week attendee proves that space buns aren’t just below music festivals. Space buns are a high fashion style in their own right, especially with pointy toes for a fanned out effect.

Wide fenders

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Talk about mermaid eyes – this guest’s striking gaze is so winged it’s ready to take flight. The laser-precise lines and inked finish are breathtaking, especially with an otherwise bare face.

TWA chic

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Short, chic and always a hit, this guest’s cropped Afro shows off her stunning natural curl pattern while putting the full attention of her brushed brows and rosy, glowing cheeks.

Split Dye

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Invest in Manic Panic stock now because the loud and proud hair dye styles of yore (well, like 2012) are back — but not without a fashionable makeover. By concentrating the electric blue hue only on the ends, the dye looks more like an accessory than a full hair color.

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Bleach can be just as effective at nailing the split-dye look. This guest uses another favorite throwback technique — undercut color, tied in a pulled-back knot — for dimension and bold style.

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Foxboro girl models at New York Fashion Week | Local News https://lottsphoto.com/foxboro-girl-models-at-new-york-fashion-week-local-news/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 23:00:00 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/foxboro-girl-models-at-new-york-fashion-week-local-news/ A 4-year-old from the area was recently in the spotlight at New York Fashion Week, where she walked down the catwalk to model some adaptive clothing. Estelle Lemieux appeared as one of 60 models on “The Runway of Dreams,” a one-of-a-kind adaptive fashion show aptly titled “A Fashion Revolution,” presented by Kohl’s. The seventh annual […]]]>

A 4-year-old from the area was recently in the spotlight at New York Fashion Week, where she walked down the catwalk to model some adaptive clothing.

Estelle Lemieux appeared as one of 60 models on “The Runway of Dreams,” a one-of-a-kind adaptive fashion show aptly titled “A Fashion Revolution,” presented by Kohl’s. The seventh annual show took place on September 12 at The Glasshouse in New York City.

“It was such an eye-opening experience for her. She has never been exposed to so many people with all different types of disabilities/differences. I really think it helped her to understand and accept her disability/wheelchair said Amy Lemieux, Estelle’s mother.

Estelle, the daughter of Amy and Douglas Lemieux, has spinal muscular atrophy type 2. She started showing symptoms around the age of 6 months, but was not diagnosed until the age of 16. months, because it took a long time to get the right diagnosis.

Lemieux said her daughter was blessed with all three FDA-approved treatments for the neuromuscular disease, including the world’s most expensive drug called Zolgensma at a cost of $2.1 million for one treatment. She also takes daily medication and receives therapy to help build muscle and fight a disease that is historically progressive without treatment.

“This short getaway to New York was a big distraction for her, who was just a kid for a few days and took a break from her therapies. We were able to explore the city and walk to Times Square. Estelle liked the bustle and the bright lights. We went to the M&M store, the American Girl doll store, Disney and also Harry Potter. She had a blast, ”says her mother.

The Runway of Dreams Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is inclusion, acceptance and opportunity in the fashion industry for people with disabilities. The evening featured adaptive clothing and footwear from top brands such as Kohl’s, Target, Zappos.com, JCPenney, Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive, No Limbits and Stride Rite. Steve Madden launched his line of adaptive footwear, alongside brands French Toast Adaptive, Stemwear and Magnetic Me, which showcased products from their new adaptive collections.

Estelle rode the track three times and started crying when she realized the show was over. Since returning from their trip, Lemieux said her daughter has brought up different role models she’s met and said, “That’s how their bodies were made, and it’s okay to be different.”

Lemieux likes that Estelle is curious about others.

“She sees that God makes us all unique. This is what is so important and necessary in what Runway of Dreams does. The company needs more exposure. People with disabilities deserve to be seen in all spaces, including fashion and advertising. It’s time to normalize disabilities,” she said.

Lemieux tells his daughter that the world would be boring if everyone looked the same and she said Estelle was starting to see it too.

“She even says it herself now. She can do whatever she wants in life,” Lemieux said. “We just have to do some things a little differently and that’s fine. She has such a positive and bright spirit for such a young girl. We are so proud of her.

Estelle started her modeling career about a year ago. She is signed with Model Club in Boston and GAMUT Management in New York, which is a talent management company working with people with disabilities.

The fashion show wasn’t Estelle’s first modeling experience — she did shoots for Hasbro toys and was featured in a children’s book called “Gary’s Gigantic Dream” by Nicole Julia.

Follow her on her Facebook page “Estelles SMAmazing journey” or on Instagram @RaisingaRaregirl.

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The fashion designer and the mushroom man https://lottsphoto.com/the-fashion-designer-and-the-mushroom-man/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 00:10:26 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/the-fashion-designer-and-the-mushroom-man/ Written by Ifat Pridan This won’t be another lecture on the environmental benefits of slow fashion, but I will tell you why you should buy your mushrooms at the farmer’s market… Working with smaller, independent designers is less flexible and takes stress levels to new heights, but it’s worth it because it makes us feel […]]]>

Written by Ifat Pridan

This won’t be another lecture on the environmental benefits of slow fashion, but I will tell you why you should buy your mushrooms at the farmer’s market…

Working with smaller, independent designers is less flexible and takes stress levels to new heights, but it’s worth it because it makes us feel like we’re wearing clothes that make sense and make us, yes us, important!! The designer’s energy is reflected in the clothes, there’s no doubt about it. Every seam is intentional, the inspiration for each piece, the research of the fabrics and the cut.

It’s like the mushroom seller at the farmer’s market. He loves talking about his mushrooms, what you can do with them, what’s best for cooking and what can be eaten raw. You can see the respect he has for the mushroom in the way he puts them in a paper bag. He made them grow since they were babies, sometimes I want to tell him “ok, leave it to me, I’ll take good care of them”.

How does it actually work?

OK, let’s say it’s summer. While you were at the beach, the designer worked drawing, deleting, talking with fabric producers, choosing zippers, laces. Yes, as in Project Runway. Finally, the collection was born: a perfect sample of each style is sent to be photographed. The collection may have a few different bands based on color, fabric, or style (depending on the size of the collection), but it must be a cohesive collection with the designers thumbprint.

We are now at the end of summer. It’s fashion week. Shops travel the world to buy. We meet the designer in a dedicated showroom with a model, always too skinny… We buy like you: feel the fabric, check the cut, turn the model over, visualize how it will adapt to the “boutique look” and thinking about all the questions YOU are going to ask us (“how do you wash that”? hahaha). We have to be very delicate. Like with mushrooms.

Orders will dictate the final supply of the collection, naturally some items will be dropped off, if there were not enough orders. We are now at the beginning of autumn, the designer must buy the right amount of fabric according to the orders of each piece. Once they have the fabric, and while you’re busy shopping for coats and Christmas gifts, the summer collection is being made. We call it “cut to order”. That’s why it’s almost impossible to re-order an item after it’s sold out.

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Fall 2022 collection

Last week we welcomed one of our favorite designers, NY77 Design, to the store. Alec has just returned from Ukraine, sewing uniforms for Ukrainian soldiers. He said a prayer for every finished coat, to keep the man who will wear it safe, and even had inspiration for his next collection.

For its fall collection, one of the groups is based on the Brooklyn Bridge. The print was transformed from a photo he took on a rainy night while strolling in New York. Another group is based on a new Japanese innovation in the field of embroidery. Not only is the area ten times larger than traditional machines, but it also has the ability to create different levels of embroidery height. Real 3D!

And that’s why we love the mushroom guy!

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Fashion designer Claire McCardell designed clothes for real women https://lottsphoto.com/fashion-designer-claire-mccardell-designed-clothes-for-real-women/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 16:02:02 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/fashion-designer-claire-mccardell-designed-clothes-for-real-women/ In 1950, fashion designer Claire McCardell was honored by Washington’s Women Journalists at a gala attended by President Harry S. Truman. The native of Frederick, Maryland had given them and other women something men had always taken for granted: pockets. But McCardell had done more than provide a place to store notebooks and pens. With […]]]>

In 1950, fashion designer Claire McCardell was honored by Washington’s Women Journalists at a gala attended by President Harry S. Truman. The native of Frederick, Maryland had given them and other women something men had always taken for granted: pockets.

But McCardell had done more than provide a place to store notebooks and pens. With her deceptively simple designs, she changed the way American women dressed.

McCardell makes a good addition to Anna Jenness Miller, the 19th century dress reform advocate showed up in this space last week. Like Jenness Miller, she didn’t just toe the party line — or sew the party line.

As a writer Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson put it in a 2018 Washington Post Magazine article about the designer:McCardell’s designs contained a chemistry that so many of us still crave: the ability to command the narrative of our own bodies and to be seen not just as a sight to behold, but as someone to be reckoned with. . »

McCardell was born in 1905 to a stepmother from the South and a bank manager father. She was the eldest of four children, the only daughter. She played with her brothers. The joy that comes from being able to run and move around unhindered must have come to him then, as well as the despair that comes when that freedom is gone.

She wanted to study fashion, but her father insisted that she study home economics at Hood College. After a year, she convinced her parents to let her go to Parsons School of Design in New York. From there she went to Paris, where she bought designer clothes to take apart, studying how they were put together.

And how was it put together? With not enough thought given to how women actually lived. “I don’t like glitter,” McCardell later said. “I like comfort in the rain, comfort in the sun, comfort for active sports, comfort for sitting and looking good. Clothes have to be useful.

In 1938, McCardell was back in New York, working for clothing manufacturer Townley Frocks. The origin story of her fame comes from what allegedly happened one day in August of that year in the Townley showroom: she nearly knocked over a shopper from a retail store while crossing the room.

As Evitts Dickinson wrote: “That day McCardell was dressed in a dress she had sewn: a red wool shirt with no padded shoulders or darts, and no sewn-in waist to structure the body into a figure of idealized hourglass.

The buyer found this dress more interesting than anything else in the Townley collection and bought it off McCardell’s back to put into production. Due to its cassock-like simplicity, the robe became known as “monastic”.

It was a ready-to-wear dress that looked good on everyone and could be accessorized with a belt at the waist. In 1942, McCardell unveiled the “popover”, a denim wrap. The New York Times wrote, “Women could do their own chores there while looking stylish.

Other McCardell innovations included blue jean seams, trouser pleats, dividers, and zippers on the sides of skirts. When leather was rationed during the war, she teamed up with Capezio on a line of ballet flats, moving them from the barre to the streets.

Evitts Dickinson wrote: “The 1940s became the decade of the McCardell woman – dressed in casual singlets, wearing wrap dresses or trouser suits with pockets, braless, perhaps, and heelless , and feeling confident in her stylish outfit.”

In 1944, McCardell won the Coty Fashion Award. Two years later, she won the Best Sportswear Designer Award. Her ethos lives on, most recently in an $898 cotton poplin dress from the designer Tory Burch which has “a timeless shape designed to have a modern attitude and movement”.

McCardell died of cancer in 1958 at the age of 52. A few years ago, the Frederick Art Club, founded in 1897 by a group of female artists, art students and art lovers, was looking for a woman to honor. The members of the club wanted to “break the bronze ceiling”, to help correct the scarcity of statues dedicated to women. In a presentation, the Frederick Historical Society made the case for Claire McCardell.

“We were blown away,” said Linda Moran, president of what became the Claire McCardell Project. “We just said, ‘Holy cow, that’s our person.'”

The club commissioned a statue from Sarah Hempel Irani, a Frederick sculptor who took his own deep dive into McCardell’s life. “I make friends with dead people,” Hempel Irani told Answer Man. “I have to spend time with them to get a likeness.”

Hempel Irani does a lot of religious work, including statues of saints. “Every saint has an attribute, something that shows who that saint is,” she said. “It’s a visual language, like a code. When you see the guy with the keys you know it’s Saint Pierre.”

What would be Claire McCardell’s attribute? Hempel Irani played with scissors, before remembering a favorite photo of the designer, posing with fabric arranged on a dress form.

She bought a vintage dress form at an antique store and asked her longtime model, Dakota Lee — “It’s the Virgin Mary in another sculpture” — to play with. “She threw her arm over it and collapsed in a classic fashion pose. I was like, ‘Don’t move! This is amazing.'”

The 7½-foot bronze sculpture was unveiled at the east end of Carroll Creek Park in Frederick on October 17, 2021. Hempel Irani said: “I was wearing a denim dress with pockets, belted at the waist.”

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Puma Launches Metaverse Experience at New York Fashion Week https://lottsphoto.com/puma-launches-metaverse-experience-at-new-york-fashion-week/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 21:54:00 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/puma-launches-metaverse-experience-at-new-york-fashion-week/ Puma, one of the biggest sports brands in the United States, has launched Black Station, a 3D space playground. This in order to create a unique web3 space that will allow the NFT community to enjoy the brand. The new limited version of the reimbursable Puma sneakers was unveiled during New York Fashion Week as […]]]>

Puma, one of the biggest sports brands in the United States, has launched Black Station, a 3D space playground. This in order to create a unique web3 space that will allow the NFT community to enjoy the brand.

The new limited version of the reimbursable Puma sneakers was unveiled during New York Fashion Week as part of the Futrograde fashion show. The lounge experience, which has been widely shared online, allows Puma customers to enter a hyper-realistic digital lobby space. It has three separate portals showcasing the Nitro NF RNO and Nitro Fastroid sneakers tied to PUMA’s recent NFT Nitro Pass Mint.

A Puma verified account boosted the experience on Twitter: “Our very own 3D space playground. A unique Web3 space that allows our NFT community and all PUMA subscribers to experience the brand like never before.

Branded sneakers known as the Nitro NFRNO and Nitro Fastroid sneakers will be paired with PUMA’s recent NFT Nitropass mint and will be redeemable by PUMA customers. PUMA Black Station was imagined as an immersive and interactive place to discover the future of the brand. As a pristine, ever-evolving 3D canvas, Puma’s metaverse experience has become a dynamic destination to visit. It connects consumers with various web3 activations emerging over the next year and beyond during fashion week.

PUMA Chief Brand Officer Adam Petrick said they pushed the product design and digital point of view, and found it fitting to launch Black Station for their customers’ digital exploration.
“Twenty years ago, Black Station was PUMA’s home for our most innovative fashion designs,” said Petrick.

PUMA joins other fashion brands

Puma joins Prada and American Eagle and Tommy Hilfiger as the latest fashion retail brands to include the metaverse and related technologies for their brand-loving customers. The Black Station experience during fashion week promotes digital experiences and physical brands through NFT, a company that engages customers and enriches their technological knowledge during the high-end fashion show.

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Madonna feels irritated when her 16-year-old son’s fluid fashion choices look better than her https://lottsphoto.com/madonna-feels-irritated-when-her-16-year-old-sons-fluid-fashion-choices-look-better-than-her/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 02:17:00 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/madonna-feels-irritated-when-her-16-year-old-sons-fluid-fashion-choices-look-better-than-her/ Madonna says it 16 years old son wears his clothes better than her The Queen of Pop went to visit her pal jimmy fallon and the Tonight Show and said her son definitely surpasses her in his own outfits On Wednesday night, she spoke candidly about the swagger “He can put on any outfit and […]]]>

Madonna says it 16 years old son wears his clothes better than her

The Queen of Pop went to visit her pal jimmy fallon and the Tonight Show and said her son definitely surpasses her in his own outfits

On Wednesday night, she spoke candidly about the swagger “He can put on any outfit and look swag like you know what”

He looks like a guy even with a dress

“It’s really annoying. He wears my clothes and he looks better in it. He can even wear a dress and look like a guy.”

Match between Gucci and Adidas

And proof of his son’s swagger was seen in May when they both attended the WBA lightweight world championship in Brooklyn wearing matching Adidas outfits.

David Banda likes to wear flowing clothes and has good taste in determining her outfits and likes to be fashionable as there are always cameras around.

David Banda has been working in music since 2006

Madonna has predicted Banda to be the next big thing ever since she told Fallon that “he’ll end up being one of your guests” and has been working on music since 2006.

Fallon backed up his opinion by saying that indeed “he has it.” He has magic. He’s funny, he’s charming, he’s athletic, he’s a handsome guy.”

She learned that her career was over in 1984

Madonna also remembered when she thought her career was over before she became what we know now when she accidentally flashed the crowd leaving her to be seen in the 1984 MTV Music Awards.

“It was the time when you didn’t have to show your ass to make a career. Now it’s the opposite.”

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Celebrity Fashion Hits and Misses for September 2022 | Gallery https://lottsphoto.com/celebrity-fashion-hits-and-misses-for-september-2022-gallery/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/celebrity-fashion-hits-and-misses-for-september-2022-gallery/ By Megan Riedlinger 8:00 a.m. PDT, September 10, 2022 _ September is here! Get ready for fall with Wonderwall.com as we round up the best and worst looks of the month, starting with this polarizing pick… Timothée Chalamet turned heads on the red carpet at the premiere of his movie ” Bones & All’ during […]]]>


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Futuristic Luxager Studio merges entertainment with luxury and fashion like no other agency https://lottsphoto.com/futuristic-luxager-studio-merges-entertainment-with-luxury-and-fashion-like-no-other-agency/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 07:30:00 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/futuristic-luxager-studio-merges-entertainment-with-luxury-and-fashion-like-no-other-agency/ Luxager Entertainment, a unique futuristic agency Leader in the future of entertainment, luxury and fashion + Widely acclaimed as “Unique, Innovative and Disruptive” I have long dreamed of leading industry disruption with futurism. Luxager has in its DNA the creation of unique entertaining content, tells different brand stories and offers strategies with more accurate information. […]]]>

Luxager Entertainment, a unique futuristic agency

Leader in the future of entertainment, luxury and fashion + Widely acclaimed as “Unique, Innovative and Disruptive”

I have long dreamed of leading industry disruption with futurism. Luxager has in its DNA the creation of unique entertaining content, tells different brand stories and offers strategies with more accurate information.

— ATHENA, Founder of Luxager Entertainment

LONDON, UK, Sept. 5, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Futuristic entertainer and strategist ATHENA is once again staying at the forefront of the industry with the launch of her new entertainment content brand, of its talent/celebrity relations and global PR agency, from the original luxury fashion strategy agency meant to disrupt and digitize the industry – until the COVID hit completed what it decided to do. The new agency will bring a different angle of creativity, futurism, innovation and strategy, where entertainment intertwines with luxury, fashion, branding and sales.

ATHENA has been planning the fashion revolution of the year 2020 since 2015 after creating a buyable video mobile app idea that aimed to forever disrupt the way people shop through in-depth exploration of the future of fashion and innovative store concepts.

A few days before the March 2020 pandemic lockdown, ATHENA launched a luxury fashion strategy consulting firm in hopes of championing innovation and helping brands achieve digital excellence.

Needless to say, she never achieved what she had long hoped for, thanks to COVID-19… The massive and sudden destruction of a global pandemic has turned the fashion industry into a total disruption of virtual technologies and digital transformation.

The firm under ATHENA’s leadership has attracted top talent and written insightful strategic reports with unique perspectives and a deep understanding of international culture. ATHENA’s unique mind with a blend of strategy, artistry, innovation and deep insight allows her to create a top pick Entertainment | Luxury | Fashion agency qualified by many as “Unique & Disruptive”.

What’s to come at the futuristic new agency becomes even more exciting and unprecedented. It will really “entertain” luxury and fashion. ATHENA is undoubtedly the entertainment, luxury, fashion and digital innovator with many industry leading companies under its roster: Vanity Fair, Fox, Sony, MGM, Saks, etc. ; processed luxury brand products (Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Fendi, St Laurent, Valentino, Prada etc.) in luxury stores and e-commerce. She has also won the MGM and other fashion competition TV shows.

ATHENA has been hailed by industry leaders as “thoughtful about the direction of the industry and worth learning from”; “Has an incredible track record, meets high expectations and has done a great job building her brands. All clients who work with her and her team can expect the best services and the most intelligent information”.

As an artist trained in the most prestigious performing arts schools in the UK, France and the USA, ATHÉNA has often received remarks as “Unique”, summing up her unparalleled talent for creativity, performance and storytelling. She has been a natural talent since she was 2 years old. Meanwhile, on the opposite side, she is also one of the best and most shrewd strategists. She has something unique and exceptional to offer in a distinctive way to partners and brands to the two talents united.

With its unique positioning, futurism, experience in entertainment and strategy, Luxager Entertainment is often approached by entertainment, fashion, luxury, jewelry and beauty clients around the world – UK, France, United States, Germany, Hong Kong and Singapore, etc., who are interested in entertainment partnership, international public relations, new market entry, celebrity/influencer marketing, organization of fashion week and the launch event, virtual sale, strategies, etc.

Additionally, ATHENA has been trained under some of the most successful business leaders and celebrity entrepreneurs. She can be a valuable source of expertise for the media and create interesting and insightful content for your readers.

About Luxager Entertainment
Luxager Entertainment is a futuristic, forward-thinking entertainment and fashion house that is setting the bar high in building a premier global entertainment content house, talent and celebrity relationships, and agency. PR global audience with top clientele in media/entertainment, luxury, fashion and beauty, while innovating, disrupting and entertaining.

Through our distinctive creativity and innovative strategies, we create unique opportunities and partnerships for entertainment companies, brands and talent. We have a proven track record of raising the bar, exceeding customer expectations and have been recommended by industry leaders for our reputation, quality of service, qualifications and experience.

For more information visit: http://Luxager.Studio

For interviews, contact:

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Princess Diana’s style still shapes fashion 25 years after her death https://lottsphoto.com/princess-dianas-style-still-shapes-fashion-25-years-after-her-death/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 03:22:46 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/princess-dianas-style-still-shapes-fashion-25-years-after-her-death/ Written by Megan C. Hills, CNN Twenty-five years after her death, Princess Diana’s wardrobe continues to inspire new generations. From TikTok users painstakingly recreating her workout outfits to fashion fans sourcing cult items worn by the late royal, her style remains as influential as ever, sparking magazine photo shoots, designer runway collections and… reissues of […]]]>

Written by Megan C. Hills, CNN

Twenty-five years after her death, Princess Diana’s wardrobe continues to inspire new generations. From TikTok users painstakingly recreating her workout outfits to fashion fans sourcing cult items worn by the late royal, her style remains as influential as ever, sparking magazine photo shoots, designer runway collections and… reissues of his beloved pieces.
Recent movies and TV shows such as “Spencer”, “The Crown” and the HBO Max documentary “The Princess” (HBO Max is owned by CNN parent company Warner Bros. Discovery) have reignited interest in Diana, introducing her – and her story – to both millennials, some of whom may be too young to remember her, and Generation Zers, who were born after her death in 1997. With “The Crown” in particular , costume designer Amy Roberts’ meticulous attention to detail went as far as consulting with David and Elizabeth Emanuel, the original designers of her iconic wedding dress.

Diana’s Surprising Fashion Moments

However, as with the Netflix series’ reinterpretation of this bridal look – which saw actress Emma Corrin overwhelmed by the heavy 25ft train of the dress, amid eerie music and eerie snippets of the UK media coverage of the wedding – there has been a shift in how we view Diana’s wardrobe today. While the fascination with iconic outfits, such as her famous Christina Stambolian “revenge dress” (pictured above) or the blue velvet dress she wore to the White House in 1985, remains entirely timeless, young people generations imbibe its look in pursuit of aesthetics.

Scroll through Pinterest, Instagram or TikTok and you’ll notice that one particular part of Diana’s wardrobe has gained new popularity with Gen Z: the sporty and casual outfits of the 80s and 90s – the type she was in often photographed during her visits to the gym. or attend polo matches. The quintessential set includes an oversized sweatshirt, biker shorts, chunky trainers, sunglasses, vintage earrings and a designer bag, an effortless juxtaposition of streetwear, athleisure and glam in one look.

Princess Diana leaving the gym at London’s Chelsea Harbor Club in 1995, wearing an outfit frequently copied by fans from the royal wardrobe. Credit: Anwar Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images

“My strongest impression of her style was bumping into her at the Harbor Club,” British designer Amanda Wakeley recalled in a 2020 British Vogue retrospective on Diana’s style. “She was in her exercise kit and she had put on one of my cashmere sweatshirts with satin cuffs. To me, it was such a perfect picture of her.”
In a highly referenced 2019 fashion series for Vogue Paris, Hailey Bieber paid homage to the trend of logo caps, varsity sweaters and large pearl and gold hoop earrings. “All credit and inspiration goes to the stunningly beautiful and iconic Princess Diana, whom I’ve looked to for style inspiration for as long as I can remember,” Bieber wrote on Instagram alongside a selection. footage from the shoot. “Thank you for leaving behind such an iconic legacy of fashion and style.”
On Instagram, popular personalities like Stephanie Yeboah, Melissa Soldera, and Liv Phyland, among others, have also followed suit recreating Diana’s style. “We like an outfit that promotes style as well as comfort,” Yeboah told CNN of Diana’s workout clothes, noting that changes to her fashion choices seemed to reflect her growing sense of self-worth. .

“This growth in confidence reflected in your wardrobe is something I resonate with tremendously, being a plus-size person and slowly seeing a change in my (own) wardrobe after getting the confidence boost I’ve had. needed,” Yeboah said in an email.

And on TikTok, users like Taylor Hage shared tutorials on how to recreate particular outfits. A recent video by Hage focuses on a heavily referenced outfit worn by Diana at the Guards Polo Club in Windsor in 1988.
Another Princess Diana outfit frequently copied on social media is this: a sweatshirt from the British Lung Foundation (an organization of which Diana was patron), an oversized blazer and a baseball cap that she wore during of a polo match in 1988.

Another Princess Diana outfit frequently copied on social media is this: a sweatshirt from the British Lung Foundation (an organization of which Diana was patron), an oversized blazer and a baseball cap that she wore during of a polo match in 1988. Credit: Photo library by Tim Graham/Getty Images

“We’ve all seen that Princess Diana look,” Hage told her audience of 1.6 million followers, before offering her take on it: straight jeans, a neutral crew-neck sweater, a blazer ( “if you don’t have one, save one, borrow one from your dad, borrow one from your brother, boyfriend, whatever,” she says, “it’s essential”) and western boots .
Others have gone even further, with TikTok user @simplesmurf creating a self-proclaimed “Princess Diana Stan acc” – in other words, a fan account dedicated to her. Alongside a plethora of vintage-inspired videos, the user reveals a series of sweaters and other separate items worn or inspired by Diana, while sharing periodic updates on recent finds from thrift stores and clothing vendors. vintage as they expand their collection.
Amid this growing nostalgia for ’80s fashion and pop culture, thanks in part to shows like “Stranger Things” and retro designs from luxury brands like Chanel, it’s no surprise that the wardrobe of Diana has aroused new interest. For fans of the era such as TikTok’s @simplesmurf, who refers to Princess Diana as “the blueprint,” the princess’ outfits are a form of fashion history. “What an icon,” the user wrote in a recent post.
Princess Diana pictured in 1994 wearing a blazer, cream turtleneck and trousers.  Social media users sought to recreate the effortless elegance of Princess Diana's outfits, citing looks like these as inspiration for fashion looks

Princess Diana pictured in 1994 wearing a blazer, cream turtleneck and trousers. Social media users have sought to recreate the effortless elegance of Princess Diana’s outfits, citing looks like these as inspiration for “old school” fashion looks. Credit: Tom Wargacki/WireImage/Getty Images

Elements of Princess Diana’s wardrobe have also been absorbed into what TikTokers are calling the “Old Money” aesthetic – an ironic and ambitious style mixing vintage and preppy pieces that seeks to emulate the wardrobes of those who were born into wealth and privilege. Princess Diana was perhaps the ultimate “Sloane Ranger” (a British term referring to London’s Sloane Square area and the stereotypical upper-middle-class women who typically live there), making her a natural fit for “Old Money” Pinterest boards and style inspiration videos.

A powerful inspiration

Pieces that illustrate how Diana challenged the traditional mold of the British royal family – particularly, during the years following her divorce from Princes Charles – also resonate with fashionable young people looking to assert their individuality.

Speaking to CNN last year, fashion scholar Eloise Moran explained the power of Diana’s “revenge dress”, which she wore the same day Prince Charles admitted to adultery. “I think that was the line drawn where she had control, and she was showing it to everyone,” Moran said. “You can really scare people — or intimidate them, or respect yourself, or whatever — through clothes.”

Another outfit that got renewed waves in recent years is a fire engine red knit sweater, with a pattern of white and black sheep, that Diana wore to a polo match in 1980. Widely interpreted as a subtle message that she felt like an outsider – or the “black sheep” — the jumper was given new life when clothing brand Rowing Blazers approached its original designers, historic label Warm & Wonderful, to relaunch the piece in 2020.

This red knit sweater, originally created by Warm and Wonderful and worn by Princess Diana in 1980, has recently been reissued by the brand in collaboration with Rowing Blazers.  It quickly went viral and quickly sold out.

This red knit sweater, originally created by Warm and Wonderful and worn by Princess Diana in 1980, has recently been reissued by the brand in collaboration with Rowing Blazers. It quickly went viral and quickly sold out. Credit: Photo library by Tim Graham/Getty Images

At the time, Rowing Blazers creative director Jack L. Carson told CNN that sales translated to “three months worth of sweaters in an hour and a half” after the article went viral online. (The original sweater is in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.) Since then, the pattern has also appeared on tea towels, suitcases and waistcoats.

Diana’s enduring fascination with her wardrobe was also seen on the runway. The late fashion designer Virgil Abloh, for example, cited the late princess as his muse for Off-White’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Held in 2017, to mark the 20th anniversary of her death, the show featured Abloh’s renditions of some of her most striking “off-duty” looks, including references to specific outfits including a denim jumpsuit and white cowboy boots, an 80s-style polo shirt, his must-have biker shorts and oversized blazers.

A patterned white top worn by Princess Diana in 1983, reimagined by Virgil Abloh as a look from Off-White's Spring/Summer 2018 collection.

A patterned white top worn by Princess Diana in 1983, reimagined by Virgil Abloh as a look from Off-White’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Credit: Getty Images

“He was a strong person who, despite his position, had his own personal tastes,” Abloh told British Vogue in a 2017 interview, “and that came through in the clothes.” (That same year, fashion search platform Lyst wrote in its annual trends report that “Diana’s style choices have influenced us again,” reporting spikes in searches for her wardrobe basics. .)

“Her personal tastes were far removed from what she was supposed to wear. She’s inspirational,” he said.

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2022 MTV Video Awards Red Carpet: Best Photos & Fashion https://lottsphoto.com/2022-mtv-video-awards-red-carpet-best-photos-fashion/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 23:32:48 +0000 https://lottsphoto.com/2022-mtv-video-awards-red-carpet-best-photos-fashion/ The 2022 MTV Video Awards, hosted by Nicki Minaj, Jack Harlow and LL Cool J, took place tonight at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey — and Parade.com took a look at the must-have red carpet fashions. The awards ceremony was unforgettable with entertainment provided by Anitta, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Lizzo, BLACKPINK, Kane […]]]>

The 2022 MTV Video Awards, hosted by Nicki Minaj, Jack Harlow and LL Cool J, took place tonight at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey — and Parade.com took a look at the must-have red carpet fashions.

The awards ceremony was unforgettable with entertainment provided by Anitta, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Lizzo, BLACKPINK, Kane Brown, Eminem and Snoop Dogg, Jack Harlow, Måneskin, Marshmello x Khalid, Nicki Minaj, Panic! At the disco, and Spicy red peppers.

Presenters included Ashley Graham, Avril Lavigne, Bebe Rexha, Becky G, Billy Eichner, Cheech & Chong, Chlöe Bailey, Dixie D’Amelio, DJ Khaled, Dove Cameron, Joel Madden, Latto, Lili Reinhart, and Gap.

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