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A surprise solution to the fashion week problem: the Copenhagen case study

Retro stunner: In one shot Dianna wears a 1960's inspired patterned shift dress with a bag featuring black leather panels and gold high heels the label's famous monogram print leather She said in the September issue: 'Such incredible workmanship goes into every piece. Perfect getaway: The 27-year-old star posted pictures of her trip describing Venice as 'beautiful' 'At the LV factory I saw workers making shoes from scratch, and I even got to hammer a locket onto a heel myself! 'I used to see clothes and shoes as just, well, clothes and shoes. Not anymore. 'The pieces I wore in Venice were exquisite - each its own work of art.' While the star confesses she was not always into fashion - no doubt that has changed since landing the role of cheerleader Quinn Fabray on her hit show - Dianna said the experience was far from wasted on her. The star revealed she now knows that fashion can change how you see and fell about yourself.
Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2385525/Dianna-Argon-stuns-high-fashion-shoot-luxury-label-Louis-Vuitton-takes-Italian-getaway.html

Neiman Marcus Unveils The Art Of Fashion Campaign Featuring Artist Sarah Moon

People notice what you wear and try to derive an understanding of who you are from there. Deny it all you want, but it is what it is. The fact is, the fashion industry will always be around. It will morph and adjust, and it will hit market trends. But it will never go away because fashion feeds a fundamental part of each person: the way we are perceived. Looking down upon the industry does not show intellect, but evidences a lack of understanding that the industry is part of a larger ecosystem, one that employs millions of people in production, public relations, art, textiles, finance, law, and dozens of other industries.
Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/benish-shah/why-the-fashion-industry-_b_3707964.html

If you have yet to register on FT.com you will be asked to do so before you begin to read FT blogs. However, our posts remain free. Vanessa Friedman's blog deals with the fashion/luxury industry from both a corporate and consumer point of view, as well as the subject of dress.
Source: http://blogs.ft.com/material-world/2013/08/06/a-surprise-solution-to-the-fashion-week-problem-the-copenhagen-case-study/

The campaign includes twenty-three images of Fall fashions and will appear in the September edition of the Neiman Marcus publication, the book . (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130806/DA58923-c ) Sarah Moon was born in England in 1940, started modeling at 19 and in 1968 began her fashion and commercial photography career. Moon's style of photography is soft focused, moody and painterly. "The success of an image is really a sum of details," says Moon. "You shoot, you shoot, you shoot, but until you see it you don't know." Whether in her preferred black and white, or in color, her photosthrough their grain, depth, texture, and blurrinessgo beyond capturing an image to convey emotion and a nostalgia that's often described as haunting in its power. "There's soul to her work.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/neiman-marcus-unveils-art-fashion-130000441.html

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