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25-10-2017
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So to make sure, you want editorials where it's a male/female pairing where one is white and the other is black?

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Karlie Kloss/Cam Newton for Vogue US october 2016 editorial

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Sebastian Sauve and Ajak Deng: Night Crawlers, 7th Man Magazine Fall Winter 2015

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There was the LeBron James Vogue cover. I can think of a few different shoots like this that Vogue has done ...

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Thanks everyone! Any others? I’m looking for more of a classic high fashion style. Please post if you know of any others!

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In Vogue US "Show of Strength" editorial.

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An easy way to track down a larger volume of pictures would be to make a list of black high fashion models and make searches like "naomi campbell editorial male", and you will find quite a few. I am not good on model names, so I can't really help you make a list unfortunately.

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Clothing identity survey
Hi! I'm Mikael a last year fashion design student from LUAS Institute of Design.
I'm doing a thesis research concerning 'identity supporting clothing' for which I have made a survey I wish to have more answers.

Questions include filling your personal facts - optional, only age is mandatory. Questions are mostly multiple choice but involves also some writing - you can write shortly or lengthly, how you feel they evoke thoughts.

Link to survey is here below:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1NrC...MQnJluSzU/edit

Thank you for your time and answers!

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How clothing affects and supports identities?
As fashion enthusiasts, designers and other professionals working in the field of fashion industry how you feel - how clothing affects and supports identities?

Identity comprehends several particles which are for example:
age / generation
body experience
gender
sexuality
personal history
profession
status
location
nationality
values
sphere of culture

How these identifying factors affect our identities? How they show in clothing?
Is there variables that have bigger impact on clothing than others? Can other minor factors be seen in details or accessories? You can tell your experiences or perceptions.

Purpose of this thread is to produce material for thesis research but also serve as open conversation among other topics. I wish to have answers in linear order to sections written in this introduction, you can also present your views to opinions of other participants (complementaries, contradictions). I would also like to remind you that as this is an academic research, critical views on research of itself are also welcome, you can leave them last. Otherwise I wish we can have diverse and open conversation under the topic!

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Some background, so you can see where my opinions come from. I have worked as a stylist ... print work for retail clients and local Los Angeles designers. My specialty was plus sizing, although I did regular sizes and men's too. I also was called upon by plus sized private clients who wanted to up their wardrobe and plus size models who needed to do a photo shoot for their professional portfolios.

So my perspective is heavily focused on body image. I am assuming that by "body experience" your are talking about that .. how someone perceives their own body as compared to an"ideal".

I find that the right clothing helps a lot to bolster someones self esteem and body image but it can only do so much. By "right clothing" I mean something that disguised any perceived "flaws" and accentuated any perceived "assets". So, for a woman who thinks her hips might be too large, I might shift the focus to her bust line, narrow waist or shapely legs (whatever her best features were). But I don't think that just the clothing alone did that. I think that by talking to them and pointing out their "assets" and showing them how the eye is now focusing on the good, not the problem area ... that was what helped their self esteem the most. Of course, a life long feeling of being "too ... whatever" sometimes cannot be overcome with nice new clothing and encouraging comments. But sometimes, in a person who is ready to believe it ... it helps.




I currently volunteer my time with men and women who are struggling to find jobs ... mostly due to poverty, previous drug abuse, previous incarceration and emotional issues. Our organization coaches them how to do a good job interview and how to write a resume. And we also give them business appropriate clothing for job interviews. I work one on one with the clients, dressing them for those job interviews.

I find it very interesting that when you put a guy who has only worn gang banger attire his whole life, puts on his first suit and tie with dress shoes and belt ... that almost every one of them will stand taller, puff their chests out, and pose in front of the mirror. I see a visible shift in how they feel about themselves ... the tough guy attitude melts and another person seems to arrive. I will see a new guy who is polite, respectful ... and grateful. So ... I would say, that clothing does "make the man" ... at least to a small degree.

Now women are more difficult to dress for the job interviews. They worry about changing their look, worry about looking too old or too conservative. Some just hate to wear a dress or skirt ... or even dress slacks. It takes a lot longer to find something that is business appropriate ... that they will even try on. But ... when you get it right, they too light up and get excited.

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i am trying to research on the bernadette corporation.
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Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty by Andrew Bolton
Hey everyone!

I am doing a paper on McQueen and was wondering if anyone knew where I can find Andrew Bolton's Savage Beauty as an ebook or if it's even available in digital form. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Where is the creativity in the fashion industry?
Dear all,

I am interested on create interesting topics of discussion. I would really appreciate your input on my threads. So...

Fashion industry is packed with collections, runways and Brands, either new designers or stablished ones. The quantity of fashion Labels forming each month around the world is massive and the industry cannot keep up with the amount of creativity wanting to be exposed to the public. With thousands of fashion companies (some being relevant and others not so much relevant, from small to the biggest, or with big or small size production), the industry is saturated and its creativity is suffering greatly due to the fast pace on the quantity of collections released each year and the monopoly of the fast fashion market.

I would like to know your opinion about the actual fashion industry and the issues related with the lack of creativity from brands and why this has happened. Please give your opinion and expand the topic as much as you can.

Would you say the fashion industry is creative enough? Or could it be more creative?
Do you think fashion brands are different enough from one another?
Would you say fast fashion is killing creativity and fast fashion retailers should be more creative?
Is the industry going too fast? Should they slow down and develop better and more defined concepts?

Thank you for your opinions.

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Is the today's consumer following any real fashion industry?
Dear all,

I am interested on create interesting topics of discussion. I would really appreciate your input on my threads. So...

Seasonal collections depend heavily on trend forecasting, as a result from social, political, economic and technological changes, being able to predict what is going to come next and incorporate those changes within the fashion industry creative process and, later on, the creation of such clothes.
On the other hand, as a response from these changes, different social movements are emerging with an anti-fashion attitude. People do not construct their wardrobes following some particular brands, abandoning the feel, price points or even the image that clothing Label can give to the wearer. Instead, women and men make the choice completely based on how they feel and literally combining anything with anything else without any ruling from the fashion industry.

I would like to know your opinion about this rebellion against the fashion industry itself and how fashion brands can do to follow the people’s initiative instead of imposing their own industry standards.

Would you say that society is still being ruled by the fashion industry? If so, is this going to signify the end of Brands as they are today?
Is any relevance on advertising and presenting a Brand to a certain demographic?
Do you like to make your own wardrobe or do you prefer to follow brands guidelines?

Thank you for your opinions.

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Does the creative educational sector need more funding?
Dear all,

I am interested on create interesting topics of discussion. I would really appreciate your input on my threads. So...

Fashion and creative course in general receive limited funding as it is ranked very low on any educational sector worldwide, due to its irrelevance on the development of social or political advancement.
The limitation on governmental funding on the creative arts impacts heavily on the design and technological sectors, and this is especially true on fashion courses. As a consequence, creative subjects do not keep up with industry standards and skill requirements for these jobs, making students irrelevant and extremely inexperienced after their degree.

I would like to know your opinion about the lack of technological resources provided on fashion colleges and universities in specific, but also true in art and design courses around the world; and how this matter affects the future of the creative industry overall but specially for the future new generations of fashion designers.

Would you say that creative courses are equipped with the necessary tools to succeed in the creative industry, especially in the fashion sector?
Are Fashion Colleges and Universities up to date with the fashion industry?
Do you think the creative sector needs more funding to nourish the future generation of fashion designers?

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