I know it's starting to sound a bit mono thematic, but Asos has just launch a collab with an LGTBQ+ Charity Glaad.
I find this interesting and I'm eager to see what ASOS x Glaad has under the sleeve... equality no doubt, but how is it translated into fashionable items?
On the same topic, but in a rather part of the spectrum I just read in Instagram and Giorgio Armani is moving forward on a great idea, to give British fashion students an opportunity to design for the iconic label, you can read all about it in I+D magazine.
On the words of the Maestro: "Several years ago I realised that tangible steps must be taken in order to support fashion. From then on I began to promote initiatives that would be more insightful and give more of a sense of all that is new at fashion weeks, with a particular focus on Milan. But with this project, in collaboration with the British Fashion Council, I wanted to try out a different format, as always on an international stage."
And the winners are:
Dmitry Gotsfrid, who created a tailored take on a bomber jacket inspired by the Armani archive, Boyeong Lim who interpreted the famous Armani eagle into the curves of a bag, and Kameel Shah who reimagined a classic brogue in calf, suede and shimmering detail.
Photos from I+D
“Fashion is a language that creates itself in clothes to interpret reality.”