Dear readers, HAPPY NEW YEAR and HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR OF THE MONKEY! I have not written in a while and my excuse is the mountain of work which accompanies my academic life at the moment. Don't get me wrong, I love the work I do, but it is very time comsuming so that bloggig … Continue reading Who is at Jean-Paul Gaultier’s fashion show?
Hi everyone! I just came accross this inspiring video about British entrepreneur Laura Green (from Runcorn, UK) who is a woman with Down's Syndrome and has been running her own fashion business for several years now. In my last post on this topic, I already wrote bout about two young girls who are working with … Continue reading Lets get Downs to Business – Part 2
Last week end was a sunny and beautiful day in Munich, so I ventured out to capture some street shots and explore the fashion scene. My first stop was at Agent Provocateur. This brand is an absolute legend, and I am so pleased to see how it has expanded world-wide. However, in the mid-90s, when … Continue reading A bit of Agent Provocateur, anybody?
Dear blog visitors! I've just published an article on the website Worn Through and would like to give you a little preview here. It deals with the disillusionment that can happen when you work in the fashion industry. To access the full article, please click on the link below! ____________________________________________________________________________ Fashion. It is a world … Continue reading How to teach fashion when you’ve stopped believing in fashion?
This is a cool story in fashion trucks which I picked up today and would like to share with you! ion http://us.cnn.com/2013/03/06/living/mobile-retail-boutiques/index.html?iid=article_sidebar Nashville, Tennessee (CNN) -- Aspiring entrepreneur Abigail Franklin began selling clothes from a truck because she was looking for a way to stay in one place. That might sound odd until you learn … Continue reading Trailor trash or fashion truck boutiques? “It’s just a new way of doing business. It’s creative, it’s interesting, it’s the now.”