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MA Fashion Retail Management at LCF; industry projects
What brands are students working with on the MA Fashion Retail Management at London College of Fashion, and what have they learnt from these experiences? Industry projects are a key component of all LCF courses and one of the featured students in this film is now working for Jigsaw after this industry project.
Using Social Media in the Fashion Industry | Parsons The New School for Design
Parsons is a part of The New School, a university in New York City offering distinguished degree, certificate, and continuing education programs in art and design, liberal arts, management and policy, and the performing arts. PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DESIGN | http://www.newschool.edu/parsons Using Social Media in the Fashion Industry: Fashion #560chat School of Fashion at Parsons | http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/fashion-school As fashion students are rapidly joining the online communities of LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+, how can they leverage the social media tools to build their own brands? What is netiquette and how can it work for you? A panel of fashion insiders, branding professionals, and fashion recruiters will answer questions and guide anyone interested in building their social media identity. Speakers: • Susan Tabak • Dana Leavy, Career Consulting, Aspyre Solutions • Aliza Licht, SVP, Global Communications, Donna Karan International • David Ferron, David Ferron Designs • Gretchen Harnick, Assistant Professor, Parsons The New School for Design Parsons 560 Fashion Blog | http://fashion.parsons.edu Join us to celebrate the 2 year anniversary of Parsons 560, our school blog. This event is the kick-off of our weekly #560chat, for fashion students, alumni and professionals everywhere. PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DESIGN | http://www.newschool.edu/parsons Location: Parsons School of Fashion. Thursday, February 16 at 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Views: 17565 The New School
Topshop & Business of Fashion | Inside The Industry | Panel Discussion
Topshop and the Business of Fashion have joined forces for a series of international panels to explore breaking into the notoriously difficult fashion industry. This June, we hosted a panel all about breaking into the business with Instagram's Eva Chen, Away's Jen Rubio, Everybody co-founders Iris Alonzo & Carolina Crespo and Brother Versailles designer Aurora James. Watch the video above to hear the secrets to success and the importance of hashtags.
Views: 6842 Topshop
Do you want to become rich? Do you want to start a clothing line and have your clothes worn by millions? Then keep watching because in this video I will show you all the secrets to becoming a billionaire in the fashion industry! ETHICAL BRANDS LIST: http://kristenleotsakou.blogspot.gr/p/ethical-brands.html http://www.ethicalfashionforum.com/source-directory/directory/2 MY DEPOP SHOP: http://www.depop.com/en/kristenleo FOR MORE INFO CHECK: http://truecostmovie.com/ http://fashionrevolution.org/ SOURCES: H&M fails to make fire and building safety repairs in Bangladesh http://bit.ly/1M3XVYP The slave labor behind your favorite clothing brands: Gap, H&M and more exposed http://bit.ly/1CROrkE Zara owner Inditex faces fines in Brazil over poor working conditions claim http://bit.ly/1RzBvo8 Forever 21 Under Investigation For Using 'Sweatshop-Like' Factories In Los Angeles http://huff.to/1gXPOhO Topshop accused of using 'slave labour' to produce Kate Moss range http://dailym.ai/1J4980g H&M's sustainability promises will not deliver a living wage http://bit.ly/1D6HOF8 Fashion retailers agree to raise minimum wage in Cambodia http://bit.ly/1rrcXSq PREVIOUS VIDEO: https://youtu.be/9wq_ppcTtZw FOLLOW ME: ☞BLOG - http://kristenleotsakou.blogspot.com/ ☞INSTAGRAM - http://instagram.com/KristenLeo/ ☞TWITTER - https://twitter.com/KristenLeo ☞BLOGLOVIN - http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/12953067 ☞TUMBLR - http://kristenleotsakou.tumblr.com/ ☞FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/tapeovercrystal __ SHOP THREE BIRDS SITTING http://etsy.me/1G9qPXp __ MUSIC: __ WATCH THIS! Sweatshop Documentary: http://bit.ly/1G2tvqh The True cost Documentary: http://truecostmovie.com/ LEARN MORE ABOUT UNETHICAL MATERIALS https://youtu.be/DE56fAD3HyE https://youtu.be/PtAFHyXS31M https://youtu.be/7hZh_zrV6oY https://youtu.be/g55mL67BM20 A guide to making clothing choices: http://bit.ly/1HrILdt How to Find Guilt-Free, Affordable Fashion: http://bit.ly/1HEy6Sg Sixty big name brands continuing to use sweatshop labour: http://bit.ly/1Ap27TH Are These Unethical Fashion Brands Hiding In Your Closet? http://bit.ly/1FKMiab Changing the world through fashion: Eva Kruse at TEDxCopenhagen http://bit.ly/1Kw6kF5 *This is not a sponsored video
Views: 53879 Kristen Leo
Central Saint Martins fashion design students on The Troubled Fashion Industry
This is the the first video of a short series, where Central Saint Martins students address the issues within the fashion industry and try to provide viable solutions to these problems. The main topic of discussion in the first episode is the unethical and almost unsustainable way people are treated during internships and work experience. Produced by Misha Evan Skelly and Giovanni Corabi
Views: 15071 1 Granary
2. Globalisation Reboot | The State of Fashion 2018 | The Business of Fashion
Despite the rise of nationalism, isolationist rhetoric and reshoring, globalisation will not stall, reveals BoF and McKinsey & Company's in-depth report, The State of Fashion 2018. Download the full report here ►► http://bit.ly/2oYKGts CONNECT WITH THE BUSINESS OF FASHION: Web: www.businessoffashion.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/BoF Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/businessoffa... Instagram: www.instagram.com/BoF Newsletter: https://www.businessoffashion.com/reg... ABOUT THE BUSINESS OF FASHION: The Business of Fashion is a next-generation fashion media company conceived for today’s global and hyper-connected world. Founded in 2007 by Imran Amed, BoF is known for its authoritative, agenda-setting point of view on the global fashion industry, and is an indispensable resource for fashion executives, creatives, students, and entrepreneurs in over 200 countries. It has been described as “The Economist of Fashion,” “A Daily Destination for Fashion’s Power Players”, and “The Industry Bible”, www.businessoffashion.com
Zara: How a Spaniard Invented Fast Fashion
Support us on Patreon to get early access to our future videos: https://www.patreon.com/business_casual Join us at our subreddit and on social media: Reddit: https://reddit.com/r/businesscasual Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/business.casual.yt Twitter: https://twitter.com/BusinessCasual0 Nineteenth video of the Behind the Business Series. Zara is a Spanish clothing and accessories retailer. Zara was founded in 1975 by Amancio Ortega. Zara is the main brand of the Inditex group, the world's largest apparel retailer. Inditex also owns brands such as Massimo Dutti, Pull and Bear, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home, and Uterqüe. As of 2016, the main owner of Inditex, Amancio Ortega, was the second wealthiest man in the world.
Views: 342359 Business Casual
How to Become a Fashion Designer with Alexa Chung | S1, E2 | Future of Fashion | British Vogue
The second episode in our series exploring the future of fashion sees Alexa visit Central St. Martins where she meets students at the beginning of their fashion careers, before visiting the studio of progressive young designer Molly Goddard to take a look at the inner workings of a fledging brand on the rise. Film correction: Willie Walters students who were interviewed by Alexa in Episode Two of The Fashion Documentary, have recently graduated from the B A Fashion Course at Central Saint Martins, they are not MA students as was stated in the programme Subscribe to British Vogue►► http://po.st/SubscribeBritishVogue Series 1 Episodes: Episode 1: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp1 Episode 2: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp2 Episode 3: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp3 Episode 4: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp4 Episode 5:http://bit.ly/AlexaSeries5 Episode 6: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp6 Click Here For Series 2: http://po.st/TheFutureOfFashionS2 Vogue has dispatched contributing editor Alexa Chung to investigate the state of fashion today in her series The Future of Fashion. Alexa Chung will be talking to everyone from current fashion students to the heads of major design houses, via journalists, buyers and all the workers in between. Watch as Alexa Chung try to find out what the future holds for this multi-billion pound fashion industry; how the next generation will get fashion careers using all the tools available to them; and what the fashion landscape looks like in terms of sustainability and technology. CONNECT WITH BRITISH VOGUE Web: http://po.st/BritishVogueVideo Twitter: http://po.st/TwitterBritishVogue Facebook: http://po.st/FacebookBritishVogue Google+: http://po.st/GoogleBritishVogue Instagram: http://po.st/InstagramBritishVogue Pinterest: http://po.st/PinterestBritishVogue Newsletter: http://po.st/NewsletterBritishVogue ABOUT BRITISH VOGUE British Vogue is the world’s leading premium lifestyle and fashion entertainment channel. Weekly releases and brand new original programming including short films, series and in-depth documentaries, British Vogue’s channel is the ultimate destination for unprecedented access into the world of fashion, beauty and culture. How To Become A Fashion Designer With Alexa Chung | Future of Fashion | British Vogue https://www.youtube.com/user/vogue
Views: 627465 British Vogue
Beijing Fake Market Spree!
Today I am back in Beijing, China bargaining at the silk market for all the top brands! Brands such as Supreme, Dolce & Gabbana, Balenciaga, Jordan, Moncler and much more! So come along and let's kill it! _ ♥Support the Hustle! ✔PATREON: Collin Abroadcast (Love you guys, thanks!) https://www.patreon.com/CollinAbroadcast ✔INSTAGRAM: collinabroadcast https://instagram.com/collinabroadcast/ ✔SNAPCHAT: rockafur https://snapchat.com/add/rockafur ✔TWITTER: @CollinSphere https://twitter.com/CollinSphere ✔FACEBOOK: Collin Abroadcast https://www.facebook.com/CollinAbroadcast/ _ Gear Used: ∙Camera∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/kFb1T2 ∙Wide Angle Lens∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/Z8ht8F ∙Zoom Lens∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/ZvC81V ∙Stabilizer∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/sXN4DL ∙Microphone∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/ZhKupr ∙Audio Recorder∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/yG4CDM A lot of people ask what I use to film so I decided to list them all here. If you decide to get something, you can use these links if you like and it'll support the channel a little bit. __ Always use Airbnb! www.airbnb.com/c/collinr216 __ ► Previous video: Vietnam Fake Market Bonanza! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wVdqAyQU1I Shanghai Bargain Market JACKPOT! https://youtu.be/x5R2xj0c_1o Shanghai Underground Market Haul! https://youtu.be/0ZvIWbTpeKc Shenzhen Knockoff Market Spree! https://youtu.be/4pqLP43mWZg Fake Yeezy Store in China! https://youtu.be/KK8pvptAA6Q Shenzhen Imitation Market Haul! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlDZR... Shenzhen Black Market Gold Mine! (Part 1) https://youtu.be/Qrc0kN7OCRE This Apartment is Only $500 in China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szGyy... Counterfeit Market Bargaining Challenge | US vs UK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA0Nl... China Fake Night Market Adventure! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRCdO... Shanghai Imitation Market Bonanza! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pk8Hz... -Shanghai Fake Replica Market Spree! https://youtu.be/9EvoW4QjCzI -Why are Hostel World's Directions Such S***?|https://youtu.be/2eoUHlDYAxw -BREAKING INTO a London Ghost Town in China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WcPr... -China's Futuristic Malls Placed in Dystopian Looking Cities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWbKs... - $250 vs $500 Chinese Apartments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjqMR... - The TIME of our LIVES in Thailand's Hidden Backpacking Paradise! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmjF5... - I Have a Score to Settle with Hong Kong https://youtu.be/FJpYnVyAFDo - Exploring Shanghai's TOP 4 Tourist Attractions https://youtu.be/-4jTxOdfMhQ -INSIDE China's Italian Ghost Town https://youtu.be/E8TbOPzpeKc - Shanghai Knockoff Market Adventure! https://youtu.be/I1FhSCKOfhg -Crazy Bargaining in Shanghai's Fake Markets https://youtu.be/XlLIPD6Ujdc - It's More Fun in the Philippines! | Manila's Daranak Falls https://youtu.be/hO2dyAGHxF4 - A DAY IN SHANGHAI https://youtu.be/lDuLjC6uT6o -LOST ON YELLOW MOUNTAIN- https://youtu.be/UJ0eqoZis9s -SHANGHAI'S COUNTERFEIT MARKET https://youtu.be/b85qNMhZz6Y -WHAT CHINESE STUDENTS THINK OF AMERICANS https://youtu.be/j3cwaad6-6s -TEACHER AND STUDENT RELATIONS https://youtu.be/QNbyodv4jls -EXPERIENCE MY CLASS! I take you through a typical day teaching English! https://youtu.be/oHArk6UTMhc
Views: 17979960 Collin Abroadcast
Human Rights and the Fashion Industry
A brief look into the role Human Rights plays within the global fashion industry and how fashion companies and consumers can work together to be more conscious of their roles. Filmed by Masters Human Rights students, Joe Lema and Danguole Kleinaityte.
Views: 333 FashionUnited TV
Fast Supply Chain Management for the Fashion Industry
NeoGrid is committed to make fast-moving supply chain management more successful, so we united European fashion brand owners of all sizes to discuss innovation in SCM.
Views: 1022 Neogrid Europe
Parsons MFA Fashion & Design Society - Phase 4
WGSN presents a behind-the-scenes look at the Fourth graduating class of the Parsons MFA programme as they prepare their collections for fashion week. As a forward-looking company that inspires creativity throughout the fashion industry, WGSN is proud to support the Parsons MFA programme as they cultivate tomorrow’s top talent. In this video, WGSN presents the students as they explain their design philosophy and how Parsons has helped them launch their careers. Music by Helios - "Hope Valley Hill"
Views: 6571 WGSN
Famous Faces: Alberta Ferretti on Iconic Fashion Industry Moments
From John Galliano's Japanese-inspired 1993 show to Coco Chanel's signature tweed jacket, designer Alberta Ferretti talks about some of the most iconic moments the fashion industry has ever seen. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to our channel, so you never miss an episode of Famous Faces. Website - http://bit.ly/HBAOnline Instagram - http://bit.ly/HBAInstagram Facebook - http://bit.ly/HBAFacebook #HBACurrentlyTrending Podcast - http://bit.ly/HBACurrentlyTrending
Views: 15140 Harper's Bazaar Arabia
Fashion Retail Management - Retail Fashion Industry - Session 1
Career After NIFT - Fashion Retail Management / Merchandising / Fashion Marketing Career All You Wanted To Know (Session 1) All your queries for Fashion Retail Management / Fashion Category Management resolved. Subscribe Share Like Subscribe Channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/dekhosamjho Twitter : https://twitter.com/dekhosamjho Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/dekho.samjho Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/OfficialDekhoSamjho/ Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+DekhoSamjho YouTube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/dekhosamjho/ If you like this video, do give it a 👍 thumbs up and for upcoming videos - 👆 subscribe and click the 🔔 bell icon. #retailfashion #fashionretailmanagement #retailfashionindustry #fashionretail #fashioncareer #retail #NIFT #appareltechnology #aparelretail #merchandising #planning #sourcing #retailfashionsalestips Image Credits http://www.freepik.com/free-vector/red-megaphone_793931.htm http://www.freepik.com/free-vector/world-coins-set_832157.htm http://www.freepik.com/free-vector/pack-of-four-retro-sale-tags_1055505.htm http://www.freepik.com/free-vector/male-fashion-icons_801304.htm http://www.freepik.com/free-vector/numbers-infographic_716446.htm
Views: 600 DekhoSamjho
Fashion Business Industry Alumni Profile - George Brown College
Eileen Zhang came to Canada in search of a career that really excited her. She took the Fashion Business Industry program (http://bit.ly/2uNeo54) at George Brown College and hasn't looked back since. After graduating in 2008, Eileen started her own business opening Titika Active Couture, a stylish activewear company with three locations in Toronto, and one location in San Francisco as well as a successful e-commerce store that does business around the world. In Eileen's words, it was the coursework and commitment of her professors that gave her the knowledge and skills she needed to start a successful fashion business.
Views: 1344 George Brown College
Fashion Inspires Interiors
Interior Designer, Joe Ruggiero presents his Sunbrella Fabric Collection for October 2014 High Point International Furniture Market. He salutes the Fashion Industry and it's influence on Interior Design.
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Is the luxury industry in crisis? | FT Business
► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Luxury is in a state of flux. Company earnings are mixed, retail footfall is decreasing and the Asian market is vulnerable. But is it an industry in crisis? Jo Elison, fashion editor, reports from the Financial Times Business of Luxury Summit in San Francisco. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
Views: 2917 Financial Times
Inside the Industry: Footwear and Accessories
London College of Fashion, in partnership with Kurt Geiger, hosted an industry-led panel discussion to mark the closing of the 125th anniversary year of Cordwainers at LCF. The expert panel figured an exciting line-up of who to know in footwear and accessories: Nicholas Kirkwood, designer and LCF alumnus; Rupert Sanderson, designer and LCF alumnus; Rebecca Farrar-Hockley, Design Director Kurt Geiger; Bill Amberg, Designer; Marc Hare, Founder and Design Director of Mr Hare and LCF alumnus; and Ed Burstell, Managing Director at Liberty. The panel was chaired by Laura Weir, Head of Fashion Features at Sunday Times Style. Read more - http://blogs.arts.ac.uk/fashion/2013/10/18/inside-the-industry-footwear-and-accessories/
Toronto Fashion Industry - WHEN FASHION MEETS
Toronto Fashion Industry - WHEN FASHION MEETS Please Support by Subscribing! Networking and Brand Launch Social Event - Toronto, Ontario - Buonanotte Toronto - 16 November 2017 Nikon D750 Handheld with Rokinon 14mm Cine DS Lens. Interview was recorded with the Saramonic SR-WM4C lavalier wireless microphone. Video and Edit: Khalid Yousifie Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/KYMedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kyousifie (@kyousifie) Music by: Creativity Abyss Please Subscribe!
Views: 279 KY Media
Bad News From Pakistani Fashion Industry
Bad News From Pakistani Fashion Industry
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Meet A Scientologist: Churlya, Fashion Industry Manager
Learn more: http://bit.ly/WelcomeYT1 Meet a Scientologist: Churlya, a fashion industry manager in Sydney, Australia. View more "I Am A Scientologist" Videos at: http://bit.ly/masyt2
Views: 1481 Scientology
10 Films That Have Impacted The Fashion Industry In Infinite Ways
1. Aisha This movie was a breath of fresh air when it came to fashion. It introduced Christian Dior, Chanel, Ferragamo and its likes to the Indian market. Such high end fashion for every frame was never witnessed in Bollywood. The Indian outfits with their modern twists to those pricey designer dresses, Sonam Kapoor had established herself as a Fashionista with this outing. It definitely gave the audiences a fashiongasm! 2. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham The semi backless tops donned by Kareena Kapoor Khan as Poo were every girl's dream. Kajol's transition from patiala with Kurtis to see through sarees, keeping it subtle were what every woman destined to wear. Who can forget Kareena's bell bottomed sharara from Bole Chudiyan? What was interesting was the way the 'Shava Shava' girls wore dupattas with their one piece with their short dresses. 3. Dil Toh Pagal Hai This Yash Chopra film have is the dreamy, romantic and idealist Madhuri Dixit draped in pastel hued, well-stitched chiffon salwar kameez instantly became every one’s pin up girl. On the other hand, Karisma Kapoor’s sporty dresses revamped the way India’s youth wore their western attires. The blend of the fashion from these two ladies in one film have ideas for an entire closet for girls who were looking for some fashion inspiration. 4. Jab We Met Kareena’s never-seen-before look that teamed a simple long white tee with Patiala salwar and colourful bangles were simplistic & very practical to wear. The patiala-tee fever hit the college campuses like a fashion missile and the trend went viral among the younger lot. Her patiala suits or those patiala being paired with sleeveless corset like tops, the Punjabiness just spread like fire onto the wardrobes of the fashion enthusiasts. 5. Bobby Back in the 70s the wasn’t much of skin show, but when Dimple Kapadia made an entry in sultry polka dot and mini skirt became a rage. The fans across the nation loved the look and polka dots entered the mainstream fashion. It gives a complete retro vibe and still is in trend. Infact, her look was so iconic that Prachi Desai years later had recreated the look in 'Once Upon A Time In Mumbai'. 6. Bunty Aur Babli Rani Mukerji began the pop of bright shades Punjabis suits that became a favorite of every fashion faithful girl. Who knew kurtis would look incredible with a contrasting colored color & cuffs? Her look also gave birth to Indianized bags aka jholas which are today more commonly referred to as sling bags. This look was spotted by many fashion conscious girls at wedding, parties and festivals. 7. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Fusion dressing took center stage with this movie. The actresses set the screen on fire with this movie with their perennial beauty and entrancing ensembles. Be it Aishwarya's long silhouetted coats, casual V neck tops or Anushka's sheer asymmetric kurti with distressed denims, the various looks in the movie made their way to the top of B-Town fashion headlines. 8. Rangeela Released in 1995, this film redefined the meaning of Sexy through Urmila Matondkar. Who needs a bikini when a two piece top & skirt are doing the magic for you? Her white bustier with the matching frilly skirt is still one of the most iconic pieces in Indian cinema. A special mention to her ankle boots and red dress in Kya Kare. This film had given a new direction to Urmila's career & soon after she became the most desirable last. 9. Main Hoon Na Sushmita Sen played the hot chemistry teacher who wore chiffon sarees. The twist here was that the sarees were bright with vibrant patterns. The blouses varied from being halter, bikini tops, and sleeveless with bows at the back. What was most interesting was even the files & books that Sushmita carried as a teacher were all matches to her sarees. The boys hoped to have a teacher like Chandini a.k.a Sushmita Sen in their college. 10. Cocktail For every modern girl, the fashion in this film through the ultra glam Deepika Padukone & the girl next door Diana Penty, this movie gave wardrobe goals for casual wear & party wear. The ladies were exactly styled complementary with each character. It showed Deepika with big hair, smokey eyes, sequinned dresses, and high heels as the ultimate party animal. She also rocked aztec printed skirts, palazzo pants, crop tops and fish-tail braids for some casual, unfussy glam. Watch this video in Hindi - https://youtu.be/H_HjaZTQEuQ For more Details: https://goo.gl/c7jDbZ ------------------------------- Download Our App ------------------------------- Android:- https://goo.gl/RkBF6n iOS:- https://goo.gl/bB5yU1 ------------- Website ------------- http://www.bollywoodtimes.in --------------------------------------------- Connect us on Social Media --------------------------------------------- Facebook:- https://fb.com/bollywoodtimesin/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/bollywoodtimesl Instagram:- https://instagram.com/bollywoodtimesin/
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The Quint: Indian Fashion Designers Take Handloom Industry Global
Indian designers are helping to revive the centuries-old tradition of handmade textiles by taking them global. The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) is encouraging designers to revive the country's handloom industry by incorporating handmade fabrics into high-end fashion and couture. Working with fabrics ranging from Eastern Indian silks to cotton fabrics spun into thread on hand-powered spinning wheels, famous Indian designers like Rohit Bal, Shruti Sancheti, and Rina Dhaka, put their handloom collections on display in Amazon India Fashion Week. Indian fashion designer Gautam Gupta says while there is an increasing awareness and demand for handmade fabrics, designers have an important role to play in popularising the industry. India currently produces the majority of world's handwoven textiles, and the Indian handloom industry is the second largest employer in rural India after agriculture, according to Indian Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF). According to IBEF, in 2015-16, India exported around $360 million USD of handloom products, that's almost a three percent increase on the previous year. Top buyers of Indian handloom products were the US, the UK, and the UAE. Video: AP Music: Big Bang Fuzz For more videos, subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/2aIcith Check out The Quint for more news: https://www.thequint.com To Stay Updated, Download The Quint App: Google Play Store: http://bit.ly/2doDlOo Apple App Store: http://apple.co/2d6qYnT Follow The Quint here: Facebook: http://bit.ly/1RXYIg5 Twitter: http://bit.ly/1tjFuxI Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Piyc18 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Also Follow The Quint in Hindi: https://hindi.thequint.com
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The FAST FASHION trap & how to escape | #whomademyclothes | Justine Leconte
Fast fashion is a quite recent phenomenon and it has completely changed the fashion industry. Here is my view on what fast fashion is, what the business model behind it is & what you and me can do, as individual consumers, to resist its negative effects and make informed decisions for ourselves. I had a lot to say about it so the video turned out quite long… forgive me! Oh, and if you wondered if a kid was screaming in the background, yes, the neighbors’ kids were extremely active during the entire filming time… Further readings: Project 3-33 MyGreenCloset reporting about her experience doing it for a full year: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-TH4dDw5kU #whomademyclothes (e.g. on Instagram) and the Fashion Revolution every year in April The building that collapsed and killed over 1000 people in 2013: Rana Plaza, in Bangladesh Book: Overdressed, the shockingly high cost of cheap fashion, by Elizabeth Cline Give this video your two thumbs up… and subscribe to this channel because: - it is free! - you don’t miss any future video! Write me an email, send me your work to get feedback: [email protected] Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/27njUYp See you soon: new video at least every SUNDAY. Take care, Justine ************************** VIDEOS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO All about shoes: https://youtu.be/R3N4WSn69JI Fashion inspiration on Instagram: https://youtu.be/5uGwSpObyFg ************************** SOCIAL My website (current collection): www.justineleconte.com/shop The blog: www.justineleconte.com/blog Facebook: Justine Leconte http://on.fb.me/1Llrclr Instagram: www.instagram/JustineLeconte Twitter: JustineLeconteO http://bit.ly/1JJWzC2 Pinterest: jleconteberlin Business requests: [email protected] Ask a question / ask for a video / say hi: [email protected] ************************** Music: YouTube Audio Library Ambiment - The Ambient by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100630 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Harriet Mays Powell Dissects the Fashion Industry
Harriet Mays Powell explains her love of fashion and how she got into the business. Question: How did you get started in fashion?Mays Powell:    As most...  Like most careers, I think if you do a survey, by a fluke.  I actually come from a family that has always considered style and fashion...  My father was in the rag trade, so to speak, and my mother was quite stylish and actually ended up working part time for a local boutique when her kids were all grown up and we were all grown up.  And I've done some work for some retail stuff in my summer vacations from boarding school in college.  But my first job out of school was, ironically, to be an assistant at Glamour Magazine, and in the fashion end of magazines I have forever been. Question: What do you love about fashion?Mays Powell:    Well, as I've said, I think, slightly swearing to my husband, leaving to go to my 98,000th fashion show in the rain on Tuesday, and we're chatting on the phone, I said, "It's all for the love of clothes!  I do this all for loving clothes!"  I think I was really one of those girls...  I don't think I was.  I was a clothes horse.  I just loved clothes.  I love dressing up.  I love having lots of clothes.  I would spend all the money that I earned on clothes.  That's kind of was always on my wish list for things.  So, I love clothes.  Question: How did you become the fashion editor of New York Magazine?Mays Powell:    Well, I think the longer you stay in various fields, the pond becomes slightly smaller, particularly as you start to rise up and get more experience, and I had, previously to this job, been living with my English husband and one baby who was born in London, working for a Conde Nast title called Tatler, which is kind of a combination of Vanity Fair and Town & Country, loosely.  So, slightly socially oriented but with a lovely sense of humor and a great English irony and wit to it, which I think is its unique selling point.  And I got hired to, I think, bring a bit of that social element, a bit of sort of New York reality to New York Magazine, and there you go. Question: How did you get started in fashion?Mays Powell:    As most...  Like most careers, I think if you do a survey, by a fluke.  I actually come from a family that has always considered style and fashion...  My father was in the rag trade, so to speak, and my mother was quite stylish and actually ended up working part time for a local boutique when her kids were all grown up and we were all grown up.  And I've done some work for some retail stuff in my summer vacations from boarding school in college.  But my first job out of school was, ironically, to be an assistant at Glamour Magazine, and in the fashion end of magazines I have forever been. Question: What do you love about fashion?Mays Powell:    Well, as I've said, I think, slightly swearing to my husband, leaving to go to my 98,000th fashion show in the rain on Tuesday, and we're chatting on the phone, I said, "It's all for the love of clothes!  I do this all for loving clothes!"  I think I was really one of those girls...  I don't think I was.  I was a clothes horse.  I just loved clothes.  I love dressing up.  I love having lots of clothes.  I would spend all the money that I earned on clothes.  That's kind of was always on my wish list for things.  So, I love clothes.  Question: How did you become the fashion editor of New York Magazine?Mays Powell:    Well, I think the longer you stay in various fields, the pond becomes slightly smaller, particularly as you start to rise up and get more experience, and I had, previously to this job, been living with my English husband and one baby who was born in London, working for a Conde Nast title called Tatler, which is kind of a combination of Vanity Fair and Town & Country, loosely.  So, slightly socially oriented but with a lovely sense of humor and a great English irony and wit to it, which I think is its unique selling point.  And I got hired to, I think, bring a bit of that social element, a bit of sort of New York reality to New York Magazine, and there you go.
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Fashion Business Lecture
PolyU MBA Fashion Business Lecture on 14 April 2018 Challenges and Trends: Global Social Compliance in the Fashion Industry Visit PolyU MBA: http://www.fb.polyu.edu.hk/r/mba
GBSB Global Student Story: Tanja Sredojević MA in Fashion & Luxury Business Management
Meet our GBSB Global Student – Tanja Sredojević, Master in Fashion and Luxury Business Management. Find out what motivated this bright, young woman to study fashion and how she wants to take her passion and better the world. Learn more about our program here: http://bit.ly/2g0KHnB
What Does it Take to Be A Fashion Designer?
Click for more: http://ww2.kqed.org/artschool/ Oakland high school student Zachary Fernandez made it to the finals on the first season of Project Runway Junior, then headed straight back to Oakland School of the Arts to continue his education as a designer. His newest collection, Kathmandu, was inspired by recovery efforts in Nepal after the devastating 2015 earthquake. Art School followed Fernandez's process as he sketched, sourced fabric, and designed his new project, revealed at a culminating fashion show in spring 2016. Hi, my name is Zachary Fernandez and I'm currently a fashion student. So I am starting my Kathmandu 2016 collection. My collection's gonna be debuting at my school fashion show, and so I have little under seven weeks to get this all put together. So our school assignment was to pick a city that we wanted to be inspired by for this collection. I ended with Kathmandu, Nepal, all of the trouble that they went through last year was really inspiring and I was able to take those ideas of imbalance and the destruction of culture and apply that to this new collection. These are the pieces that I ended up designing. They're ever-changing and they kind of just are always in flux. My sketching process involves a lot of images, a lot of mixed medias, I like to do collages, watercolors, acrylic paste, it's a real reflection of what my mind looks like. Here you have the final sketches that I've done. The sketching process for me is really a major step between just ideas and kind of this fantasy world that I've created in my mind to really functional wearable pieces. Fabric sourcing is one of my favorite things to do. It's really like a group activity, like meet a couple of friends, we'll just go, we'll explore the city, we'll get inspiration. So I'm looking for like a very pale blue that's almost like very silverish, and then I'm gonna be looking for a very deep, rust orange color. Okay, so I need to find this, but more grayish blue. The fabric store is one of those places that you go in with one idea and one concept and one thought, and you come out with like 500 more. This is it. - This is it! - This is it. - [Girl] Dude! - Hey! Yes! So I spend the majority of my time draping and it's definitely a part that will make or break a piece. I take a piece of muslin, which is just a really basic blend fabric, and I started sculpting it to the dress form. And then those mock-ups that I make of the dress form are then fitted to the model, and sometimes I try them on a model, I'm like, this is hideous, I don't know why, it just overpowers her or something happens and that leads to even better ideas and even more just, creativeness. When you design while you create, I just think it takes so much longer and you like pressure yourself so much more. So, my design mind is turned off. And it's just about sewing, and sewing, and sewing, and sewing, and sewing. So after I finish draping, I take a part of that mockup and I totally seam rip it and I re-pattern it, and then I cut out of my real fabric. It's always really nerve-wracking 'cause a lot of times the fabric's all that you have, either the budget doesn't allow for you to get more fabric, or there's simply not anymore left. It has this like box-like structure in it. The box is actually lined with horse-hair so that it can kind of take the shape and that's why I'm kind of trying to like manipulate it right now 'cause it just takes on whatever shape you really need it to. The show, oh the show. Six days, and I'm still cutting up fabric like, I don't think that's normal. There's always going to be that last minute hurry up and finish like state of being. I have a picture in my mind about how this is supposed to go, but who knows if it actually go that way. I think that there can be a lot of different ways to read the look. Obviously you look for like the main things like color, silhouette, is this an evening piece, is this a day piece and you just kind of put the garment and choose certain categories and that really helps people read fashion out, by the time the piece is on the runway I'm already thinking about a whole new collection and I'm really thinking something totally different, but it doesn't really hit me that these people, for them it's the first time that they've seen this. I've spent months and months planning and sketching and putting it together. If I see all these different things in these pieces, but no one else does, then it's kind of sad, but then it's also part of what makes fashion art, is because people see it in so many different ways. We are in my home, studio, bedroom combination in Berkeley, California. I have this look from Project Runway Junior, which was the first episode, and this look for my most recent collection. They really mean a lot to me 'cause they show how much progress I've made within the last four, five months.
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Executive MBA (Fashion) Industry Roundtable, 14 January 2015
Executive MBA (Fashion) at LCF: http://www.arts.ac.uk/fashion/courses/graduate-school/business-and-management/emba-fashion/ Speakers: Maurice Mullen Head of Fashion and Luxury at The London Evening Standard and ES Magazine Michael Ward, Managing Director at Harrods Jonathan Faiers, Reader in Fashion Theory at Winchester School of Art Chaired by Nathalie Khan, Associate Lecturer in Fashion History and Cultural Studies at London College Fashion and Central St Martins. Nathalie is Unit Leader for Socio-cultural Context in Fashion on the Executive MBA (Fashion). Music: bensound.com
What are The Career Options in Fashion Industry?
Fashion is a billion dollar industry and in the past decade it has seen a good growth in India. The expansion is not limited to just art of designing clothes, but people have become a celebrity stylist, a fashion analyst, fashion consultant for commercials, fashion buyer, shop window designer, editorial stylist and several more. #Fashion, #fashiontechnology, #fashiondesign, #careers, #jobs, #style, #fashioncareer, #fashionjob, #careerinfashion, #nift
Welcome to London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London
London College of Fashion's staff and students use fashion alongside historical and cultural practice to challenge social, political and ethical agendas. A forward-thinking business and management portfolio, responsiveness to changes in design practice and relationship with the global fashion and lifestyle industries, reinforces the College's mission to "Fashion the Future". http://www.arts.ac.uk/fashion/
Circular Economy Within the Fashion Industry  A Matter of Time? DIF 2016
We are starting up a company called Something Borrowed, which intends to change today’s unsustainable consumer behavior into something more sustainable. We are offering our customers to rent clothes from us either by monthly subscriptions or one-time rentals. With our business we are aiming to make customers move away from the traditional ownership of clothing and adapt to the more modern and sustainable way of sharing clothes instead. We will talk about the negative impacts of today’s fashion industry, about how we all need to change and adapt to the current situation, and about our business which will create an alternative way to consume clothing. Finally we will also mention our core values and talk about how sustainability should also apply to the people in our company.
Sustainable China Textile Industry | DuPont™ Sorona® - "Fashion Forward"
DuPont has partnered with a leading fashion brand, K-Boxing, to promote environmentally-friendly fashion in the China textile industry. DuPont™ Sorona®, a renewably sourced fiber, uses fewer fossil fuels to produce, helping create better-performing sustainable textiles that are more gentle on the planet. DuPont ™ Sorona® http://www.dupont.com/products-and-services/fabrics-fibers-nonwovens/fibers/brands/dupont-sorona/products/dupont-sorona-for-sustainable-clothing.html
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Kazuya Kawasaki on biohacking the fashion industry
Speculative designer and Keio University student Kazuya Kawasaki grows new materials for the fashion industry. A student in Keio University’s SFC X design programme, Kazuya Kawasaki’s work centres around the development of new materials for the manufacture of garments. In a DIY biohacking approach, Kawasaki created a strong textile with nothing but a children’s pool and a cocktail of organisms. Inspired by an article about biohacking, a social movement led by amateur biologists, Kawasaki realised he too could pursue his research into bio activism in his own backyard. “Since reading this, I’ve started to imagine how the biological revolution influences the fashion industry,” Kawasaki tells the Design Indaba Conference 2016 audience. “What if fashion designers could grow their own materials or material firms replaced bio laboratories?” As part of his graduate project, Kawasaki established his own laboratory at home. In his DIY-bio lab, which was essentially a kiddy pool in a garage, Kawasaki grew his own material. “I believe that fashion can imagine and question the future just like science fiction,” says Kawasaki. “I believe that fashion can break down social issues in a way that makes it accessible to society.” Watch all the talks from Design Indaba Conference on your tablet or smart phone while you're on the go. Download the Design Indaba App here:
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What is Expected from New Models Entering the Fashion Industry
We have an exclusive story on a fashion world "If you are looking for a career in fashion world hear what are the qualities needed" Hear Sunil Menon C a famous Fashion Show Director worked with Achla Sachdev of Mumbai, and Prasad Bidapa of Bangalore. Sunil have trained models for the FEMINA Miss India Beauty Pageants, like Maheshwari (Miss India Asia-Pacific-2001) Medha R ( Miss India Cyber Queen- 2002) Shamshad ( Miss South India – 2003) Merita (Miss India – Miss Talented, 2006) Rochelle Rao ( Miss INDIA 2012 finalist) Navy Queen contests in Kochi - Parvathy Omanakuttan and Chennai, and most recently the Miss Sri Lanka EARTH 2013 and 2014 beauty contests in Colombo.
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The life cycle of a t-shirt - Angel Chang
Learn more about TED-Ed Clubs here: https://ed.ted.com/clubs Visit the TED-Ed Clubs YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCskU_g7t6b5ecsA1CTS3y9Q View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-life-cycle-of-a-t-shirt-angel-chang Consider the classic white t-shirt. Annually, we sell and buy 2 billion t-shirts globally, making it one of the most common garments in the world. But how and where is the average t-shirt made, and what’s its environmental impact? Angel Chang traces the life cycle of a t-shirt. Lesson by Angel Chang, directed by TED-Ed. Thank you so much to our patrons for your support! Without you, this video would not be possible. Alexandra Panzer, Jordan Tang, Christopher Jimenez, Juan, Tracey Tobkin, Alex Neal, Louie Lapat, Emily Lam, Kathryn J Hammond, Elliot Poulin, Sam, Noel Situ, Oyuntsengel Tseyen-Oidov. Check out TED-ED's Patreon page here: https://www.patreon.com/teded
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Desiigner Models Clothing & Raps a Verse for Anna Wintour | Vogue
The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award is one of the most influential prizes in the industry. Contestants show off their skills in front of some of the biggest names in the fashion business. In this episode, the finalists work with Intel to create futuristic fashion pieces that interface with phones and the internet. Hip-hop artist Desiigner drops by and spits some verses for Anna Wintour and the panel. Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub CONNECT WITH VOGUE Web: http://www.vogue.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/voguemagazine Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/vogue Google+: http://plus.google.com/+Vogue Instagram: http://instagram.com/voguemagazine Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/voguemagazine Tumblr: http://vogue.tumblr.com The Scene: http://thescene.com/vogue Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene ABOUT VOGUE Vogue is the authority on fashion news, culture trends, beauty coverage, videos, celebrity style, and fashion week updates. Desiigner Models Clothing & Raps a Verse for Anna Wintour | Vogue Starring: Desiigner, Anna Wintour, and St. Vincent
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Why women’s clothing sizes don’t make sense
Women's clothing sizes are very inconsistent. So no, it's not you. It's the women’s clothing industry. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Fashion & Lifestyle Promotion, MA Degree Show - UCLan
Graduates and Staff from UCLan's MA Fashion & Lifestyle Promotion degree, talk about their work and time studying at the 2011 MA Degree Show University of Central Lancashire. Creative Focus http://www.uclan.ac.uk/cf [email protected] http://www.uclan.ac.uk/study
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The power of WE: re-defining the fashion industry. | Matteo Ward | TEDxVicenza
Matteo Ward is one of the co-founders of WRÅD, a project focused on bringing a radical change in the fashion industry. To define this as a brand, would be putting boundaries to Matteo’s mission: Wrad, in fact, is not a brand, it’s a call to action. Matteo began to reconsider his position in the fashion industry after realizing its negative global impact: fashion is the second most polluting industry in the world. In 2015 he decided to quit his job at Abercrombie & Fitch, driven by purpose and wanting to be an active part of a change. WRÅD soon grew as a collaboration of people ready to revolutionize the world of fashion, by stepping up in the name of positive change. In a matter of months, institutional partners, supporters, investors, contributors joined the movement. WRÅD’s destination? To catalyse the rise of livable fashion. Fashion that emphasises the life of the natural and human resources behind it in order to guarantee a future for the generations to come. A lifestyle for th This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Fashion full movie with subtitles
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About the British School of Fashion's MSc Fashion Business Creation at GCU
http://bit.ly/1FN4HmB Maggie Smart on British School of Fashion’s Masters in Fashion Business Creation.
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100 Years of Beauty - Poland
[POLSKIE TŁUMACZENIE PONIŻEJ] I’ve been waiting for someone to do it, but since no one volunteered, I shot it myself – here’s a video in the style of “100 Years of Beauty In…” – this time, a Polish edition. watching other videos like this, I felt like the Polish one would be different, because of our messy and difficult history. we never really had a chance to be very fashionable until the last three decades – with no access to modern fashion or make up brands, practically no fashion industry of our own, and lack of money to afford the fancy clothes, which were rarely even available. still, even amongst huge political conflicts and changes, women would style their hair, make their own clothes, and put a lot of effort into looking stylish. I left the 2010s „blank”, because it’s a decade that still hasn’t closed, and it’s fresh enough for all of us Polish women to have different experiences and memories surrounding it. also, it’s up to us what it’s going to be remembered for anyway! making this video was incredibly hard for me. not only because I had to transform myself 11 times, and not only because it was very emotional, but because it’s just so difficult to be “objective”, especially when talking about a period of history that is this broad. that’s why I’d like to apologize to anyone that feels the video misrepresents what actually happened, or focuses on things that are not considered historically important. I was doing my best to find one event or historical fact that affected women in each decade (and it so happens that a lot of these revolve around Polish political systems). my choices weren’t based on political sympathies, but rather on what I thought could be widely considered a thing that affected large numbers – but not always all - of women in Poland in the given era. for example, I am aware not everyone was imprisoned in the 1950s, or actively fought the government in the 1970s and the 1980s, and most of the people led quite ordinary lives. it’s also hard to portray a single look for one decade, especially after 1960s, where different people chose different styles and you could be equally fashionable sporting a punk leather jacket as you would be wearing a classy padded jacket and an elegant hat. I hope you understand that! DISCLAIMER: I myself am not Jewish and obviously am far from understanding even a glimpse of what the Jews have been through and the trauma their ancestors are dealing with to this day. I was wearing the band as a character I chose to portray. all looks are based on Polish photos and videos from the eras. [POLISH] czekałam na polską wersję tak długo, że aż zrobiłam ją sama. w internecie pojawiły się już różne „edycje” – amerykańska, hinduska, rosyjska, ale ja miałam wrażenie, że polska byłaby zupełnie inna – głównie dlatego, że przez ostatnie stulecie nie mieliśmy zbyt wiele okazji, by wyglądać modnie. i co jest absolutnie godne podziwu, mimo wszystkich przemian politycznych i zawirowań historii kobiety robiły wiele, żeby i tak być stylowymi. lata 10. XXI wieku zostawiłam “puste”, bo ta dekada jeszcze się nie skończyła i moim zdaniem jest za świeża, żeby można było podsumować ją jednym wydarzeniem. zresztą jestem pewna, że dla każdej Polki co innego zasługuje na wspomnienie. praca nad tym filmikiem była dość ciężka – nie tylko ze względu na 11 przemian, jakie musiałam przemyśleć, przygotować i w końcu wyegzekwować na sobie w ciągu jednego dnia, i nie tylko dlatego, że było to dość emocjonalne przeżycie, ale głównie z tego powodu, że jest bardzo ciężko być obiektywnym, zwłaszcza biorąc się za temat tak szeroki. dlatego z góry przepraszam, jeśli ktoś uważa, że wybrałam nieznaczące wydarzenia lub błędnie podsumowałam dekady. starałam się znaleźć po jednym wydarzeniu historycznym, które wpłynęło na polskie kobiety w danej dekadzie (a tak się składa, że spora część z nich ma jakiś związek z sytuacją polityczną w danym okresie). nie kierowałam się własnymi sympatiami, ale starałam się wybrać te wydarzenia lub nastroje społeczne, które mogły w jakiś sposób wpłynąć na dużą liczbę kobiet w naszym kraju (choć oczywiście nie wszystkie!). zdaję sobie sprawę, że nie wszyscy lata 50. spędzili w więzieniu, a lata 70. na ulicznych protestach. poza tym, kolejną trudnością było wybranie jednej sylwetki na każdą dekadę, zwłaszcza po latach 60., kiedy ludzie zaczęli ubierać się w różnych stylach, i równie modne było założenie skórzanej kurtki co eleganckiego żakietu i kapelusza. mam nadzieję, że mimo to udało mi się sportretować choć ułamek tego, jak wyglądały Polki w ubiegłym stuleciu. wszystkie stroje inspirowane były oryginalnymi polskimi fotografiami i filmami dokumentalnymi. ____________ My Instagram: http://bit.ly/2ki6VTq My blog: http://bit.ly/2nnB89S
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