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    Mens fashion – let alone plus size clothing –  is frequently ignored, but as a recent BoF article outlines, menswear is big business right now. Projected sales look super healthy as concepts of gender and formality have realigned post lockdown. Of course, bigger guys want to look great too, but the
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    Size is body-positive news right now. High street and online retailers like ASOS and H&M stock plus-size ranges and the luxury runway – once the exlusive domain of size-six-to-zero under models – is slowly shifting to the clarion call for body inclusivity. Bigger-bodied consumers are feeling empowered and they want
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    The internet is currently awash with sites selling used, pre-loved, and pre-owned luxury and premium clothing and accessories. For many, the chance to get their hands on [and arms and legs into] a designer suit can only be realized through the second-hand route. And with some items tagged as ‘bought
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    Technology has always been a crucial component of fashion, driving manufacturing and design processes, advertising and marketing, and the style of the clothes themselves. In terms of the construction process, CAD has expanded both the speed and accuracy of design, while the industrialization and computerization of manufacturing techniques have enabled
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    There are trends that you should not consider following. I, for instance – a sober Brit – will NEVER be seen in a Christmas jumper. Not one of those Christmas jumpers anyway [the Tesco‘s kind], and certainly not one that my wife chooses for me, simply as a matter of
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    Saint Laurent‘s menswear presents an ideology that is not only challenging to attain but is also difficult [despite or because of its similitude to the womenswear line] to describe. Both hone jet-black sveltness; drawing from the same history: the beat movement, the velvet revolution, the pre-modern gothic.  In womenswear, this