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The Best-Dressed Models, Editors, and Designers at Men’s Fashion Week Share the Stories Behind Their Looks

Does this represent a typical look for you, or do you like to try new things during Fashion Week?

I’m pretty chill when it comes to getting dressed: a pair of shorts, a simple T-shirt, a sweater, a jacket. Lots of layers. I’m very much a West Coast dresser, and this is the amped-up fashion version of that. I bike, walk, scooter, and run from show to appointment to show, which is how I get around [the city] at any time of year. So with anything I’m wearing, I have to make sure it’s functional. That said, there have been reports of me biking around in a Thom Browne skirt…

Do you remember when this photo was taken, where you were going, or the shows you saw that day?

This was taken right outside Kim Jones’s spring 2020 show for Dior Men, the one when he worked with Daniel Arsham.

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Australian Fashion Week Street Style Is A Lesson In Mixing & Matching Colors

After canceling its 2020 lineup due to a pandemic that took runway shows online, Australian Fashion Week is back, with new brands, IRL events, and enough street style to make up for Sydney’s time off from fashion. The week-long spectacle — which included runway shows by Rebecca Vallance, Bassike, Maggie Marilyn, and more — saw fashion’s top editors and influencers from around the country come together in the name of style. And of course, they dressed for the occasion.

On the streets outside of shows, attendees were photographed in colors of the rainbow. Think: Butter yellow berets paired with bright blue leather jackets, mint green skirt suits, and bubblegum pink fur coats. Other standouts included an orange, cut-out maxi skirt paired with a matching cropped blazer, a pistachio-colored suit circa 1986, and a pocketbook the color of orange sherbert. In other words, after a year-long stint in sweatpants

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How Fashion Influencer Liv Schreiber Is Putting Education Into Style By Launching Zoom Fashion Week

Liv Schreiber is a top fashion blogger, stylist, and entrepreneur based in New York City. She runs Brand Caffeine, a fashion tech company that creates content to build fashion brands. She also leads an education program, called “Zoom Fashion Week” which provides fashion education to hundreds of students around the world. On the side, Schreiber styles her followers and celebrities.

Schreiber’s ability to mix life advice, fashion, and styling tips has made her a darling to her audience. She stands out from others with her genuine attitude and the encouragement she gives to her followers and clients. Liv has a solid social media presence with over 50K followers- her following continues to grow rapidly. Liv is a University of Wisconsin Madison graduate and FIT and Parsons certificate holder. Education aside, she began
her career as a broker. However, she fell in love with digifashion marketing, branding, virtual styling, and image

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New York Fashion Week Will Be a Thing Again

In 2017, four prominent young American fashion brands decided that they would show their new collections on the runways of Paris.

These were largely business decisions and would mean little to the average customer. But cumulatively, within the fashion industry, they constituted an exodus: confirmation of a broader nagging feeling that New York Fashion Week, which typically had attracted 150,000 attendees every February and September, was losing its cachet.

For the next three years, that narrative persisted: New York Fashion Week was either dying or already dead. (Even after two of those departing brands, Proenza Schouler and Rodarte, came back to New York in 2018.)

Now, one long quarantine later, there are signs of resurrection.

The other half of the departed — Altuzarra and Thom Browne — will return to NYFW in September after three years in Paris. All but Mr. Browne are committed to staying in New York

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