When we think of Japan and the words “traditional clothing”, the first thing that comes to mind is kimono. Beautiful, embroidered clothing that influences many fashion trends and Western accessories, the kimono is worn in Japan to this day for special ceremonies. Dubbing the kimono as “traditional wear” in Japan is a misguided notion, especially from an outsider's perspective.Read More
Her Career in Theatre had range and provided many opportunities for those who used the facility but, what about her career in fashion? Many articles mentioned Stewart as a designer who worked in Saks Fifth Avenue,Read More
When the Sapeur emerged, it is was prevalent during the early 1980s, specifically in the youth southern group of the Bacongo due to the unsuccessful progress in electing appropriate government positions. This became a ritualistic thing that would transform the youth in society from being a regular citizen to this “classy man”.
Los Angeles, in the 1940's, was just a growing community of Chicano's and Chicana's looking to get their voice heard, and to find an identity for themselves.Read More
Tis that time of year again, where the season for weddings is in the air, where newlyweds find their happy ever after, tie the knot into a journey of spiritual wholeness. Many can attest that perhaps marriage parades more ornate rituals than any other life event.Read More
Around 2009 when emo fashion was at its peak in popularity globally, violence broke out in Mexico with these somber, hot topic adorned, girl jeans wearing kids as the targets. We wanted to find out a first hand account of what it was like and what the media fattened up for a good headline.Read More