Hip hop has made an indelible mark on American culture. What started as an underground movement has evolved into the mainstream and with that evolution has grown its inseparable relationship with fashion. The fascination with the prep set in the urban environment created a new segment, with artists appropriating looks from the catalog of classic […]
In this golden era of television, online streaming services are pushing the envelop for what has been known to be conventional programming. What has been a staple for Netflix in recent years is now being embraced by companies alike.
“Less, but better” was the philosophy for German industrial designer, Dieter Rams. By paring things down to the essential components, he thought a product was made more effective by focusing on its function and even more appealing by its simplicity. Faribault Woolen Mill has long embraced this principle, given their rich history in quality production. […]
This past weekend I accompanied some friends to The Metropolitan Museum shortly after what was supposed to be a visit to the Guggenheim Museum fell through. The spur of the moment visit turned out to be one to remember with the conversations that were had, my introspective dalliance with renowned artists and their works, and […]
‘Add to Cart’ displays the items yet to be introduced into our wardrobes and explores the types of garments, accessories, etc. that compose and accentuate our personal style. Pushing the limits of personal style is a great thing to do for many reasons. For one, it allows you to exercise your sartorial creativity. More importantly […]
Ivy Style Fashion Institute of Technology Special Exhibitions Gallery Seventh Avenue at 27th St New York, NY 10001-5992 September 14, 2012 through January 5, 2013 Today, we had the privilege of engaging some sartorial history. Our thoughts on our experience and its impact have been summed up by answering the following questions: 1. What was […]