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Too girly or not too girly?

Nike has released a new capsule collection, designed by Japanese fashion designer Chitose Abe, founder and creative director of Sacai. The extremely fashionable sportswear immediately sparked outrage among some female customers, with Slate writer Megan Wiegand calling it “comical and insulting”.

Jaden Smith - a new face of Louis Vuitton womenswear

From child actor in “Karate Kid” to a Louis Vuitton womenswear model, Jaden Smith, a genetically blessed spawn of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett, is once again pushing boundaries. 

In search of diversity: 2015 covers

Jourdan Dunn made headlines earlier this year just for appearing on the cover of Vogue magazine. It is, of course, sad that in 2015 we still need to count and to appreciate every time a woman of color lands leading role in movies or big job in fashion industry, but let’s not go there now and revise...

Rihanna covers up for Harper's Bazaar Arabia

Rihanna has landed another magazine cover and it is probably one of the oddest she has ever done. The editorial for Harper's Bazaar Arabia is called "The New Modesty: Cover Up in Style" and reflects the Middle Eastern styles and accessories.

Balmain welcomed supermodels from 90s

In the times when 20-year-old Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid are on top of their modeling careers taking by storm all major campaigns and ruling the Social Media, Balmain made another bold statement about diversity. Shot in black and white by Steven Klein, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, and Claudia Schiffer joined #BalmainArmy by posing in the designer’s Spring pieces for the brand’s latest campaign.

Meltdown on the runway

Hussein Chalayan’s shows are always in the spotlight. Either it is technology, or futuristic design, or smart use of electronics, his clothes are much more complicated than your usual garments. Every time his creations make us think about endless possibilities of clothes in the future. Luckily for us, SS16 was no exception.

New lingerie campaign celebrates “real” women with armpit hair, scars and tattoos

With every new collection Swedish retailer & Other Stories makes a statement, one louder than the other. After all-trans Autumn 2015 campaign, next season’s “For Women, by Women” campaign portrays natural beauty of the models with armpit hair, scars and tattoos, as well as ditches photoshop retouching for good.