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As theFashionSpot’s April guest editor, JP wanted to find out whether the next generation of designers and fashion leaders would be prepared to address issues of ethics and sustainability, and repair some of the damage that’s been done by our current system of clothing manufacturing.
Kanye unpacks the luxury industry.
Gonna just play this straight: Earlier today, senior students in Parsons' BFA fashion program received an email announcing a new masterclass series taught by John Galliano, reports Lucky magazine's John Jannuzzi. Galliano's future has been uncertain for the past two years, ever since the designer was fired from his position at Dior and his namesake […]
I know: for someone who doesn't think John Galliano deserves a comeback, I'm obsessed with him. To me, he's the fashion version of what Sarah Palin was to politics in 2008: a sideshow that's so horrifying, it's mesmerizing. It's the kind of thing that brings out my multiple personalities: Get it away from me! Bring it […]
Following his unexpected departure from Versace's Versus brand and speculation that he might succeed Nicolas Ghesquiere at Balenciaga, Christopher Kane sold a 51% stake in his eponymous brand to French holding company PPR, securing the London-based designer's foothold on the luxury fashion scene. The label joins Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen as PPR's British subsidiaries, […]
Louise Wilson, director of the prestigious fashion program at Central Saint Martins, can confirm that Kanye West is actually moving forward with designing his own clothing line. Wilson has nurtured countless major designers like Alexander McQueen and Giles Deacon, and Kanye stopped by the school recently to get some advice and wrangle a group of […]