Phi Delta Epsilon’s third annual Anatomy Fashion Show going virtual

Phi Delta Epsilon’s annual Anatomy Fashion Show is a philanthropic fundraising event in support of the Children’s Miracle Network.
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Participants in Phi Delta Epsilon’s third annual Anatomy Fashion Show will be switching things up and strutting down a virtual runway.

The Anatomy Fashion Show, a fundraising event for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals hosted by medical fraternity Phi Delta Epsilon, will be streaming on YouTube Live April 11. Normally an in-person event, the show will be fully virtual this year due to the pandemic but is still an opportunity for student leaders to come together for philanthropic work, Raj Patel, a fourth-year in neuroscience and co-coordinator of the event, said. 

“One of the things that’s really special about this event is that we’re able to bring worlds together,” Patel said. “I think there’s a huge gap between majors at Ohio State, so we really

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Virtual Fashion Show to Launch Hugo Boss, Russell Collab

Hugo Boss is determined to be seen as more than just a suit brand, especially now in the continuing throes of a global pandemic where most people continue to work from home in more-casual clothes.

First up was its capsule collection with the National Basketball Association that launched last month. And today, its first collaboration with Russell Athletic will drop.

The Boss x Russell Athletic collaboration includes some 30 pieces of apparel, accessories and footwear — most of which are unisex — that blend the German brand’s expertise in tailoring with Russell’s sportswear aesthetic. The assortment includes blazers and tailored shorts as well as joggers, sweatshirts, sweaters and bomber jackets.

To introduce the collection, Boss will host a digital fashion show on today at 2 p.m. EST after which the collection will be offered for sale. For those who sign up for the Boss newsletter in advance, they were

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A year into pandemic, Milan fashion week stays virtual

Fashionistas will have to log on to soak up the glamour at Milan Fashion Week, which remains online a year after the coronavirus first swept into northern Italy. 

a person wearing a costume: Armani was forced to move its show at the February 2020 Milan Fashion Week behind closed doors as coronavirus took hold in nearby Codogno

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Armani was forced to move its show at the February 2020 Milan Fashion Week behind closed doors as coronavirus took hold in nearby Codogno

No sharply dressed crowds will attend the extravaganza’s opening on Wednesday: it’s virtual catwalk shows only, with the likes of Armani and Prada presenting new women’s collections for autumn and winter 2021-22.

Kim Jones posing for the camera: Celebrated British menswear designer Kim Jones is due to present his first ready-to-wear collection for Fendi

Celebrated British menswear designer Kim Jones is due to present his first ready-to-wear collection for Fendi

The word “coronavirus” was just starting to pop up in conversations among members of the global style elite as they gathered for the February 2020 edition of Milan Fashion Week.


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Italy’s first outbreak was taking hold in Codogno, an hour’s drive

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London Fashion Week goes virtual as Covid bites

London Fashion Week begins on Friday on a virtual format due to a coronavirus lockdown with mainstays like Victoria Beckham shunning the event but others like Burberry embracing the online avatar.

Despite the absence of global celebrities and fashionistas, designers such as Turkey’s Bora Aksu, Britain’s Molly Goddard and Ireland’s Simone Rocha will stream their collections on the London Fashion Week website.

Most of the 94 designers participating in the show, which concludes on Tuesday, will broadcast video highlights of their collections showcasing menswear, womenswear or mixed fashions in an event that is now gender-neutral.

On Monday, the British brand Burberry — known for its tailored trenchcoats — will present its menswear Autumn/Winter collection for 2021, designed by Italian creative director Riccardo Tisci.

In September, the brand presented its Spring/Summer 2021 collection in a film set in the middle of a forest and broadcast live on Twitch.

The streaming platform

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Buyers Weigh In on Paris Men’s Virtual Fashion Week

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PARIS — The biggest winner of the virtual fashion week, it seems, was the real-life fashion show. 

A handful of buyers weighed in on the virtual presentations, which were broadly appreciated — varied and lively as they were — but many opined that nothing beats being in the same room.

Loewe stood out as a favorite of buyers, both for the collection and presentation, bridging the physical-digital divide with an interactive box of goodies that included fabric swatches and pop-out glasses stamped in cardboard. Casablanca caught attention, too, for a snazzy video presentation that swept the viewer off to a tropical paradise, where men in silky white shirts grooved to jazzy music before taking off in a bright red vintage sports car.

Dior men’s figured high on the list book profits of buyer favorites, too, with particular praise for the collaboration with artist

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