Day: February 25, 2021

Trust Me, These Are the 5 London Fashion Week Trends We’ll Actually Wear

Over the past five days, British brands have been showcasing their autumn/winter 2021 collections as part of this season’s digital-only London Fashion Week. It looks a little different than usual (there are no spectacular venues, no street style, no audiences whatsoever), but this does mean that the focus is solely on the clothes and creativity. There is certainly no shortage of creative imagination in this city of ours. If I were to sum up the season in one collective theme, it would be “all of the clothes we haven’t been able to wear for the past 12 months.” Think ball gowns, sequins, feathers, wildly impractical boots and skirt suits. These are outfits designed for a post-lockdown London knees-up, and I, for one, couldn’t be more excited.

While many of us won’t be wearing the tulle gowns and sequin mermaid dresses, there are some items that I am certain will translate

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Bephies Beauty Supply is a brand for the unapologetically Black

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If you’re on the search for a new Black-owned brand to add to your roster, Bephies Beauty Supply is a brand you need to know.

The brand — brainchild of designer Beth Birkett Gibbs — is Gibbs’ Bephie brand paired with various offerings by Los Angeles creatives, specifically women, POC and LGBTQIA+ people.

Bephies Beauty Supply was founded in 2020 out of a “desire to involve [the] community in the tangible elements of [Black] culture by highlighting unique brands founded by WOC artists and entrepreneurs who are redefining beauty and fashion as vivid, powerful and individual,” according to the site.

Now on Nordstrom, the brand is

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Del Core intros new brand with live show during digital MFW

It was a lockdown well-spent for Daniel Del Core

MILAN — It was a lockdown well-spent for Daniel Del Core.

And he defied yet another piece of conventional wisdom, launching Del Core with a live runway show during the otherwise digital Milan Fashion Week of womenswear previews for the next cold weather season. Just 40 invited guests were socially distanced in the basement of Milan’s city archives, boxes of files replaced by trays of plants: the seed of a new collection that is taking root.

Rapid COVID tests were offered at the

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