Rihanna Is Bringing Savage X Fenty to New York Fashion Week

After taking a season off from New York Fashion Week, everyone’s favorite singer-turned-fashion impresario is officially returning to the #NYFW schedule. This time Rihanna is bringing her line of lingerie and intimate accessories to the Catwalk with a Savage X Fenty presentation on September 12.


Inside Glossier’s Plans to Shake the Beauty Industry

The community driven beauty brand is planning to create a social-selling website to carve out the larger slice of the global beauty market.

[Business of Fashion]

From Homelessness to Fashion Modeling

Meet Aaron Philip, a black transgender teenager who recently signed a modeling contract; and tell us how you deal with racist remarks. For a long time, being online was where Aaron Philip felt most confident. She began documenting her daily life on Tumblr when she was 11, writing about her love of anime and the experience of growing up in New York City with cerebral palsy. In those days, Aaron got online with a MacBook and a personal Wi-Fi hot spot at a homeless shelter in Manhattan, where she lived with her father after her medical bills became too expensive.

[NY Times]

Virtual Models/Influencers are Landing Major Jobs & Making Real Money in the Process

In early 2016, Louis Vuitton started a trend, one that had nothing to do with styling or silhouettes, handbags or footwear. It had to do squarely with models. The Paris-based fashion house tapped an anime character, Final Fantasy’s female heroine, Lightning, for its Spring/Summer ad campaign.

[The Fashion Law]


Jordyn Woods Launches Size-Inclusive Activewear Line and Gets Kylie Jenner’s Stamp of Approval

Jordyn Woods is following in her best friend Kylie Jenner’s footsteps and launching her own business. The model, 20, has been secretly designing her debut fashion brand SECNDNTURE for the past year and she finally unveils it to the world today. The size-inclusive, street-style activewear line features bold designs at affordable prices in sizes XS to 2X.

[People Magazine]



Is your workwear making you look LAZY? Fashion Psychologist reveals the four office clothing personalities-and which one is the perfect fit for your job

With the end of summer looming, thoughts are turning to our back-to-work wardrobes. And whether you work in a stuffy office, classroom or trendy studio space, what you wear to work each day can speak volumes about your personality. Now London-based fashion psychologist Professor Carolyn Mair has lifted the lid on the secret signals your outfits could be sending to your colleagues.

[Daily Mail]

Bethany Morrison is a Alumna of Andrews University and has a BS in Psychology. For as long as she can remember, she's been into creative writing and extensive research. She plans to incorporate her love for law and psychology for her future career.

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