Fashion Week’s Coolest Street Style Stars Are Behind-the-Scenes

New York Fashion Week is coming up on September 8, with all eyes on the clothing on and off the runway. 

Attendees tend to go to the shows dressed to impress in their finest designer goods. The VIP guests always jumpstart some new trend or breakout piece, like that 2019 season when everyone wore the Bottega heels. Yet, behind the scenes, fashion publicists—as in, the clipboard and earpiece-clad professionals who organize and run the shows—are just as chic (though they often eschew the spotlight). One of the reasons they’re hard to spot come showtime is because of the industry standard, all-black uniform they wear while ushering in important guests—but these eight publicists rise above the standard and consistently embody their personal style on the job. 

Their fashion aesthetics range from the artistic (Comme des Garçons’ head of communications and marketing, Daphne Seybold, for instance, sports the label’s voluminous wears

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Indigenous Fashion Show caters to every lifestyle

By Bazhnibah


Special to the Times | Bazhnibah
Kewa Pueblo model Christy Bird in a Himikalas/Pamela Baker cowl neck cream and black Western Coastal designed dress with long sleeves.

What is fashion to most people in daily life is very different from what is considered innovative or high-end in the fashion world.

Sometimes fashion as in couture or high end, customed designed clothing do not appeal to many. But clothing with the right amount of design aesthetics, practicality and cost can appeal to many.

At the recent Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Indigenous Fashion Show, there were fashions for everyone!

This show is probably the largest Indigenous fashion show in the world. It is held every year as part of the Santa Fe Indian Market.

From elegant and unusual cuts and styles to the daily wear most are comfortable with, fashion designers came up with styles that catered

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These Are the 10 Biggest Trends for Fall 2021, Period

While fashion month looked much different than past seasons, the virtual runway shows viewed from our laptop screens gave us a taste of the exciting trends on the horizon for fall 2021. With talks of a reopening world, optimism was woven into the collections, and we were gifted with a long list of sartorial treats to wear in it. From high-impact shades to luxe takes on comfortable clothes, designers gave us plenty to look forward to as we think ahead to the upcoming season.

After careful examination of all the fall/winter collections, we’ve come to the conclusion that the below 10 trends will be the most popular, period. Featuring the knitwear trend you’re about to see everywhere, the It boots of the season, and much more, the trends ahead are the ones we are most excited about, and we have a feeling you will be too. Even though it

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