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Dolls in the world of Barbie have become more inclusive. Gone are the days when they were largely blonde, blue-eyed, representative of narrow definitions of beauty and made in unrealistic proportions.
Coco Rocha has only booked a few gigs over the past year. The world-famous model spent most of her time at home, like everyone else, waiting out the pandemic with her family.
The pandemic all but emptied Iceland of its tourists in the past year, bringing the country back to the levels during the time of the infamous eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcanic glacier 10 years ago.
Fashion is never static. Trends come and go, aesthetic evolves. Yet 2020 has proven to be one wild ride for the industry, from surviving a pandemic to developing a conscience.
The cancellation of physical fashion shows and the near-impossibility of campaign shoots suggest that the digital revolution initiated by the fashion industry may spell the end for human top models.
Can Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Taylor Hill and others be replaced by avatars? This is the question we're asking after 2020, a year where in the end, they have really only been able to shine by their absence.
Afro-Brazilian models Shirley Pitta and Gloria Maria Fonseca Siqueira had dreamed of the runway since they were girls, but in a Brazilian fashion world much whiter than the country itself, it remained a far-away fantasy until recently.
WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - Every U.S. presidential election has its own lingo, like the "hanging chads" on voting cards in Florida that led to a landmark court battle in 2000. Below is some of the jargon used in the days leading up to the Nov. 3 election pitting President Donald Trump against his Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
When she ran a company that sold American clothing labels in China, textile heiress Veronica Chou was a globe-trotting executive. Now, she’s trying to clean up the fashion industry.
The cottagecore aesthetic, which implies notions of nature, rusticity and romanticism, has invaded social media. Its spread now includes maternity clothing, with a growing number of trendy millennials showing off their baby bumps online.