Fashion News Recap: #Tiedtogether, Vogue’s Diversity Issue & Girl Power at Rebecca Minkoff
The #Tiedtogether Movement
Business of Fashion initiated the #tiedtogether movement to raise the voice of the fashion industry and “make a clear statement of solidarity, unity and inclusiveness.” Regardless of your race, nationality, sexuality, gender or religion, you are invited to join the fashion industry and support inclusion by incorporating a white bandana into your outfit. Starting with Tommy Hilfiger, other designers including Phillip Lim are showing support for this movement.
Vogue’s 125th Anniversary and Its Celebration of Diversity
The leading figure of fashion magazine, Vogue, has already been contributing for the industry for more than a century! On their March cover, seven models of different skin tones and sizes stood together on a beautiful Malibu beach. The new paradigm has come — all body types and all shades of complexion are welcomed in the fashion world.
Girl Power on Rebecca Minkoff Show
Inspired by the SoCal style, Rebecca Minkoff chose Los Angeles to showcase her Spring 2017 collection during New York Fashion Week. She also invited bloggers to walk in her show. Even though this was not the first time we’ve seen influencers on a runway, it was the first mini Women’s March at the end of a runway. Accompanied by the anthem of the Women’s March, “Quiet,” the writer of the song, MILCK, closed the show followed by the models. It was truly an emotional moment. If you haven’t had a chance to hear the song just yet it’s worth a listen.
The beloved fashion blogger Aimee Song is collaborating with Gentle Monster, a famous sunglasses brand based in Seoul. Wanna look sharp? Get these killer sunglasses before they sell out!