The 2021 NBA Draft Introduced Basketball’s New Stars in Bold Fashion

Last night’s NBA draft didn’t just introduce basketball’s newest professional athletes to the world — it did so in style.

For those who aren’t basketball-inclined, the draft is an annual event where athletes are accepted into the NBA (National Basketball Association). NBA teams choose their newest members from a pool of hopefuls who want to join the league and create a career from the sport.

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Aside from the excitement of basketball players entering the next steps of their careers, a major highlight of the event is the fashion. Though last year’s virtual draft didn’t allow for

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New York Fashion Week Will Be A Packed Return to Live Shows | BoF Professional, News & Analysis

After two seasons of digital shows, New York Fashion Week is set for a bold in-person return.

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), in partnership with IMG, released the preliminary schedule, which runs from Sept. 8 to Sept. 12. Ulla Johnson is slated to open, while the closing slot — normally reserved for Marc Jacobs, who showed in July — will go to Tom Ford. In addition to the roster of usual brands that show in New York, Rodarte is returning from Los Angeles, while Moschino, Dundas and Peter Do are also hosting runway events in New York

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Fashion trends fall 2021 Jewelry accessories report earrings necklaces

No outfit is ever complete without the most sublime accessories and this fall they couldn’t be better. To say that jewelry and accessories are basking in the sartorial spotlight, is an understatement. With the ever-present Zoom meeting, we are forced to think about how we look from the shoulders up and how to take our leisurewear up a notch. Designers are not disappointing, by crafting pieces that are bold and show stopping. 

From statement necklaces to stacked rings, next level hoops and ’80s inspired novelties. Choose silver or gold, rhinestones or precious stones, there’s something for everyone. Don’t underestimate the

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What It’s Actually Like To Work In Fashion vs. What We See In Movies

Celebrating its 15th anniversary, “The Devil Wears Prada″ remains a cultural phenomenon that has shaped the way we view the fashion industry. Meryl Streep’s renowned portrayal of Miranda Priestly, the steely editor-in-chief of Runway magazine, is one the world won’t soon forget. Priestly’s effortless delivery of her infamous catchphrase, “That’s all,” held a gravity that clearly depicted fashion as a high-stress, high-stakes industry with no tolerance for any hint of incompetence.

“The Devil Wears Prada” is not the only media depiction of the fashion industry as a glamorous, impenetrable space where dreams are both dashed and realized. In “101 Dalmatians,”

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How to Become a Fashion Designer

The greatest thrill of being a fashion designer, many of them say, has nothing to do with dressing up supermodels for glamorous events and watching them walk down runways wearing the clothing you designed — though that is a plus and a sign of success. What makes the job truly exciting, several designers say, is watching an everyday person smile when they put on an outfit you created that makes them feel confident.

“As far as the most gratifying thing, it’s hearing and seeing people’s reactions to the clothes and hearing them say, ‘I feel comfortable,'” says fashion brand

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Fashion hits and misses from the 2021 Cannes Film Festival

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