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How bioplastic could be the future of fashion

How bioplastic could be the future of fashion

Believe it or not, the sequins on this dress are made from 100% bioplastic and could provide some insight into the future of high-end fashion materials. Now you might be thinking, what is bioplastic? In this case, bioplastic might be the answer to one of fashion's most prevalent plastic waste...

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Chromat’s NYFW film delivered a very powerful message

Chromat’s NYFW film delivered a very powerful message

At this year's show, the inclusive fashion label chose to focus on the struggles faced by trans athletes as they fight for a place within the world of athletics.  Free from fashion’s traditional show schedule, designer and founder of Chromat, Becca McCharen-Tran, decided to do things a little differently this year. Having built her brand on a wholly inclusive perspective that strives to challenge beauty standards, Tran’s clothing is designed...

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Exclusive – Keiser Clark is the men’s streetwear label promoting connection and creativity

Exclusive – Keiser Clark is the men’s streetwear label promoting connection and creativity

We spoke with one-half of the cult-fashion brand about their work, the industry-wide push for more sustainability, and the value of using social media to start important conversations. Headed by Marc Keiser and Andrew Clark, Keiser Clark has made quite the name for itself since officially launching three years ago. Thanks to a range of one-of-a-kind leather jackets that stirred up quite the frenzy on social media, the label blew...

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Footwear designer Junior Clint is a Gen Z role model

Footwear designer Junior Clint is a Gen Z role model

Founding his own brand at just 21-years-old, Junior Clint hopes to inspire others like him to pursue their passions by acting as someone within the fashion industry they can relate to. Junior Clint is on a mission to transform media perceptions of black male creatives. Founding an entire fashion brand in his second year at university, the young designer is at the forefront of a movement striving to reshape public...

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Fashion’s problem with racism runs too deep to ignore any longer

Fashion’s problem with racism runs too deep to ignore any longer

Fashion's reckoning with racism forces brands into making long overdue plans of diversification.  For too long, the fashion industry has made huge profits from the exploitation of Black people. Despite this, many brands have been quick to jump on the bandwagon since the killing of George Floyd, standing in solidarity with the BLM movement. Although sizeable donations and the use of influential platforms to spread awareness is of course invaluable...

By London, UK