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    Movements that focus on the empowerment of women, or the salvation of the planet are vital to the preservation and continuation of (and are rightly adopted by) the fashion industry, but are frequently promoted to the hindrance of some really great clothes and shows. This fall (through the first half
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    The first rule of Balmain – one which is highlighted during the winter months, and which holds to founder Pierre Balmain’s architectural aesthetic: symbiosis. Current creative lead Olivier Rousteing expounds this mandate in creations whose consolidating and containing qualities (necessary traits of all good design) overpower the expressive ones. Balmain
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    “Nothing. Absolutely nothing beats Tokyo.” So States Tomoki, 23; Japanese fashion connoisseur, boutique owner and driver of modified Toyota transit with two sets of additional wing mirrors and an aerofoil ripped from a Porsche monster truck.  Alas, this is New York City and Tomoki is sidewalk-tied whilst dishing out promotional
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    Men’s style has often been defined by an understated supporting role at red carpet events; a legacy that break-away looks like athleisure and streetwear only enhance in comparison. So does men’s fashion matter – or more pertinentently – when a man is dressed properly, is he being fashionable at all?  Of course,
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    There are times when the fashion industry should be applauded: when it champions the rights of minority groups, promotes AIDS awareness, makes a stance on the fur trade, fast fashion and the use – way ahead of the curve – of BAM and (more recently) plus-sized models and those with physical