What, the name Alexander McQueen isn’t familiar to you? He was the designer who made the plumber’s crack fashionable with his perilously low-cut jeans, a move which consequently spawned the resulting term, “muffin top”. Is the memory creeping back now? Yeah, it was him. Got a skull-imprinted clutch handbag or scarf lying around in your not-yet-Konmari’d-but-I’m-gonna-do-it-I-swear closet? McQueen. Or that timeless pencil skirt and gorgeous prints that seem to flawlessly work forever? That was Alexander McQueen as well.
It’s a sad fact. Second to oil, fashion and the textiles that create it, is the most polluting industry in the world. Says Business of Fashion, every stage in a True Fashionista garment’s life threatens our planet and its resources. The question remains, how can fashion even begin to regain sustainability?
When a single color can propel you to the height of fashion cool, you know you got something good. You in fact have no doubt already figured out we’re talking red, and in True Fashionistastyle, the king of said color, Frenchman Christian Louboutin. For the last 25 years, his signature red-soled high heels have commanded fashion mags and runways worldwide.
Fashion icon Iris Apfel has had a lifetime of making her True Fashionista mark on the fashion industry. Her flair has been felt in numerous arenas, including designing interiors of the finest homes around the world, via the textile manufacturing company she founded with husband Carl called Old World Weavers, an eye-catching approach to accessorizing that effortlessly combines modern pieces with flea market finds.
HISTORY OF PRADA Prada. Such is a company that presents on its website not a vision, but a Group Manifesto: Pioneer of a philosophy of action that transcends fashion, the Prada Group inquisitively observes the contemporary society and its interactions with the most diverse and apparently distant cultural spheres. A fluid perspective that becomes the…
HOW TO MASTER WEARING WINTER WHITES Winter whites. The simple way to brighten up your True Fashionista wardrobe, and possibly your outlook, when its cold and dreary outside. And in warmer climates like here in Naples, Florida where we may or may not dip down to 70 degrees, it’s another reason to enjoy a tailored…