Breaking the rules, disrupting the fashion system is easier than you think. Fashion designer, Peivand Mirzaie has made […]
Most people in the fashion industry told me I was too old, and without an education and the […]
EDGE’s selection of the best of Arts Hearts Fashion designer showcase are Patrick Kevin Francisco, Alena Sablan, Jovani, and […]
David Tupaz, the Hollywood based Filipino designer, is a true example of one who channels his passion through […]
Antonella Commatteo labels her brand as a “fashion disruptor – fashion that lets you be who you want to […]
Did you know Wikipedia list over 75 countries that produce fashion events? Here’s a little context of how big the […]
The acclaimed designer, Richard Hallmarq, known for his star-making fame on Project Runway Season 11, presents his F/W […]
Originality can be expressed in a designer’s artistic approach and/or in the brand’s cultural message. It can be […]
Francesco Rasola‘s new collection, “It’s Just Matter of Time”, expresses this Italian fashion designer’s gift in executing a look […]
FashionUnited brings you this insight into the fashion industry: A senior designer, sitting in a sunlit midtown office, […]
A Quick Reference. . . Sources: The Art Career Project; Us Department of Labor; Costume Designers Guild; FreePik.com […]
The tomorrow people is what we can now call ourselves, because of the vision we hold as previously […]
Become fearless in your design approach. Create fashion that is unexpected, unpredictable, and uncompromised.
“Mind, heart, & hands” is Jodi de Marcos’ deep rooted belief and guidance for what she does.
How are designs judged at a fashion show?
A student fashion show is not just “show and tell”, but a collaborative educational experience that showcases student’s marketing, design, and event production talents. It’s applying the academics to real life. I wanted to learn more about the “what, why, and how” of producing a show by the student body and in particular how it is integrated into the curriculum.
Clothing can be sustainable and yet still fashionable. – Mimi Wong, Founder and Designer of Minan Wong It […]
It’s difficult to find a balance between the creativity side and the commercial side of design, but I think that’s the role of a fashion designer. – NGA WUN [Kitty] Mok, designer.