“A younger generation of [individuals] has grown up in a world that has been reliant on technology as an integral part of their lives, making it impossible to imagine life without being connected. This has been referred to as an ‘always on’ lifestyle, It’s no longer about on or off, really. It’s about living in a world where being networked to people and information wherever and whenever you need it is just assumed.”
The fashion set is currently on its semi-annual tour of fashion weeks, from New York to London, and now Milan. The loudest takeaway thus far has been that the media is batshit for Batsheva, Quartz reports.
Buying a Kate Spade handbag was a coming-of-age ritual for a generation of American women. The designer created an accessories empire that helped define the look of an era. The purses she made became a status symbol and a token of adulthood.
Meghan Markle's massive princess power. Smear campaigns against Russian models. The powerhouse controlling your spectacles. How Beyoncé single-handedly changed festival attire forever. We've read some amazing fashion industry articles lately.
We did the reading for you. Here are some great stories from fashion innovation last week, including the robotic future of fashion production, the death of leisure, why war reporters wear flak jackets, and trends that define the fashion industry in 2018.