Manolo Blahnik’s “The Art of Shoes” is the biggest retrospective the Bata Shoe Museum, in Toronto, has ever hosted. It is the first exhibit to be on display without legendary Bata matriarch Sonja Bata at the museum’s helm. It is also the last and only North American museum to host the legendary collection of the […]

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Every year, the first Monday in May marks fashion’s rebirth, as the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City unveils its new exhibition. Most years The Met attempts to address hot topic issues that relate to fashion as a means to bring attention to historically relevant works of art, while […]

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It was mid-January when LVMH announced that Hedi Slimane, former art director for Saint Laurent, would be replacing Phoebe Philo at Céline. Since taking over the position February 1st, it has been a full month that Slimane has had an impact on Celine. It will be very interesting to see where Slimane takes the brand, […]

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Fur Is No Longer in Fashion…Why Now?

By: Natasha Jorge-Moore

Gucci is the latest of many high profile names to announce their commitment to becoming fur free. At this year’s annual Kering Talk at the London College of Fashion, Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri announced Gucci’s move towards fur free design, beginning with its Spring/Summer 2018 collection. This announcement came as a surprise to many, considering […]

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Like many teenage girls, magazines were a big part of my life growing up. And they still are. Flipping through glossy pages filled with articles ranging from ‘The Top 10 Summer Must-Haves Under $10’, to quizzes that would decipher ‘What Kind of Shopper Are You?’, was my biggest source of entertainment. As a fashion student, […]

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It’s that time of year again; the lights are strung, Christmas trees are decorated, and extravagant angel wings flutter down the runway. Yes, its time for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and this year, the globe trotting spectacle landed in Shanghai, China. Last Monday, when the show’s recording took place, Instagram was flooded with […]

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Teen Vogue, A Memoir

By: Daniela Ponzo

Last Thursday WWD released the news that Condé Nast International will cease the circulation of Teen Vogue in print, taking away 80 jobs in the process, and reducing the frequencies of the publication. Teen Vogue, a beloved edition of Vogue targeted towards young readers, has become a platform for politics, feminism and a voice of […]

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I know what you’re thinking, Kaia Gerber has been aaaaallll over the runways this season, so naturally you’re probably thinking the next 400 words will be about her rise to fashion stardom thanks to her mother’s impeccable genes.  Well you’re wrong, because our most notable thing to come out of fashion month isn’t a person […]

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For many who consider themselves part of the “fashion set” in Canada, chances are the Montreal-based vegan accessories brand Matt & Nat has crossed your radar. Even higher are the chances that you already own one of their pieces. As Ryerson fashion students we see this brand sprinkled across our campus on a daily basis, […]

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*Daniela Ponzo is an intern at BlackFrame PR and this year she attended and worked quite a few shows at New York Fashion Week. We were fortunate enough to have her share her experiences with us. You can follow her @daniela_ponzo and you can find BlackFrame PR here.* One of my favourite shows this NYFW was […]

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