Digital Fashion Month FW21 Best Footwear Collabs

Fashion Month means many things to many people. For sneakerheads, it’s all eyes on the ground, as the ultra-expensive runway presentations essentially represent little more than a preview of the most collectible kicks of next year. And why not? There’s no better venue for teasing a covetable collaboration than a lush lookbook shot by a well-heeled photog, as evidenced by the massive influx of high profile footwear first seen on the feet of models in Milan, Paris, New York and Japan.

Though there were more than enough in-house silhouettes to write home about (including GmbH’s vegan boots and kolor’s patchwork

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JD Institute of Fashion Technology introduces Masters and New Bachelors Programmes

BANGALORE, India, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — JD Institute of Fashion Technology has recently introduced new age uniquely designed Masters and Bachelors courses across its South Centers in collaboration with Singhania University and in affiliation with Bengaluru City University. The new offerings are an addition to the expanding portfolio of learning that includes 9 new programmes. These are designed to deliver learning experiences with determinate and meaningful outcomes to ensure high-value and effective experiences in the post-COVID-19 era.

Admissions to the new courses are now open for

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Milan Fashion Week Official Schedule Released

MILAN — Milan Fashion Week, running from Feb. 24 to March 1, will kick off with a tribute to Beppe Modenese, the late honorary chairman of the Italian Fashion Chamber, who died at age 92 on Nov. 21. A short movie, filmed by Beniamino Barrese, will be streamed on the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana’s digital platform the first day of fashion week at 10 a.m.

Modenese, dubbed by WWD’s legendary publisher John B. Fairchild in 1983 as “the Prime Minister of Fashion,” was a key figure in Italy’s fashion industry for decades, contributing to the creation of

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Great Outfits in Fashion History: Elle Fanning in a Pile of Lilac Tulle by Rodarte

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

Recent Golden Globe nominee Elle Fanning rarely, if ever misses on the red carpet, but my favorite of her many show-stopping looks might just be this one from the Cannes premiere of “The Beguiled,” the Sofia Coppola film she starred in alongside Nicole Kidman in 2017: a dreamy lilac tulle gown by Rodarte

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Versace will not be on the Milan Fashion Week schedule this season

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Versace has announced that it will not be showing on the Milan Fashion Week schedule this month and will, for the first time, be presenting in a fully digital capacity.

The Italian fashion giant revealed the news to WWD, explaining that it would present its men’s and women’s autumn/winter 2021 collections together via a film, which will be released on 5 March.

The Milan shows are set to take place between 23 February to the 1 March, with the Paris shows starting immediately afterwards. However, although the Versace presentation will happen during Paris Fashion Week,

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Coronavirus latest: Chinese market cushions pandemic blow for high-end brands

Jude Webber in Mexico City

In a blow for Mexico’s nationalist energy policy, the Supreme Court on Wednesday threw out a partial government attempt to rewrite electricity sector rules that it had argued were vital in times of Covid-19, saying it was an attempt to give “undue advantage” to state utility CFE.

The government had sought to ram through rule changes last May that private generators feared would squeeze them out of the market. Rocío Nahle, energy minister, had argued that the changes were vital to ensure reliability of power supplies during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Supreme Court’s ruling came

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