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Kimonos get 360 degree makeover at Japan fashion week

Kimonos get 360 degree makeover at Japan fashion week

Japanese classic dress kimonos got a sexy comeback on Tokyo fashion week with a rock n’ roll twist. The kimonos were reinvented with fabrics such as jersey, wool and even denim to reinvent the kimono. “The kimono is fashion… it shouldn’t be presented as old-fashioned,” said celebrated designer Jotaro Saito. “I …

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Fashion plagiarism, a norm of our industry

fashion plagiarism

Fashion plagiarism is the most common part of daily Pakistani industry scandals. Our designers leave no stone unturned to be publicly humiliated by creating replicas of international brands and artistic works. Bloggers such as LuxePakistan and Aamiriat have recently pointed out that two of Sapphire’s designs are exact replicas of …

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The Nominees For British Fashion Awards 2015

The Nominees For British Fashion Awards 2015

British Fashion Awards are considered  one of the biggest award events in the fashion industry. The event is attended by A-list celebrities, industrial leaders, supermodels and renowned as well as aspiring fashion designers. The award ceremony is full of glitz and glam with an extravagant atmosphere followed by an after …

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Apple will sponsor the next Met Gala

Apple will sponsor the next Met Gala

Looks like the fashion industry and technology industry plan on joining hands to do a mega collaboration. It has been reported that the renowned tech company Apple will be sponsoring next years MET Gala which is considered one of the biggest parties in the industry. You heard us! Next May’s Met …

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Louis Vuitton and the increase in sales

Louis Vuitton and the increase in sales

Louis Vuitton is a luxury brand which only a chunk of the world can support. But even with limited audience Louis Vuitton recorded an increment of 7% of sales in the third quarter, while total revenues for the first nine months of the year grew significantly, soaring 18 percent. Q3 …

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