Paris Fashion Week SS22 Women Street Style Looks

Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022 has wrapped up on a strong note. For the past week, France’s fashion capital has welcomed the new season amidst a year of uncertainty and the return of physical fashion shows during the COVID-19 era. The city rejoiced at the comeback of one of fashion’s most anticipated weeks, seeing creatives and fashion admirers alike show up and celebrate some of the most coveted designers in the industry.

This fashion week was one to remember with brands like Balenciaga taking runway presentation to new heights by creating an episode of The Simpsons to showcase its SS22 collection to Olivier Rousteing celebrating his tenth year as Balmain‘s creative director with a star-studded runway.

With an abundance of dazzling events, Paris Fashion Week show-goers dusted off a year of quarantine with their new seasonal bests, dressing in the best street-influenced leisurewear. This year, Paris ignited a masterclass

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21 Latinx-Owned Beauty & Fashion Brands To Have On Your Radar

Latinx Heritage Month kicked off September 15. While it’s important to always support Latinx-owned brands, it’s especially crucial to champion them during a month that celebrates their many achievements, influences, and cultural contributions. Latinx-owned beauty and fashion brands in particular — and there are a lot of good ones out in the world — could especially use support during this time, as they aren’t often represented equally and can sometimes be overlooked in the beauty and fashion industries, respectively.

That said, a number of Latinx entrepreneurs and celebrities have launched their own beauty lines (or have collaborated with existing brands for capsule collections) and have helped put Latinx beauty on the map. On the fashion front, designers like Farm Rio, Johanna Ortiz, and Maria Cornejo are shaking up the industry with their fresh perspectives and approaches to apparel design.

Still, there’s an exciting plethora of new, up-and-coming beauty and fashion

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Chinese labels flock to Paris to go global in high fashion

PARIS, Oct 6 (Reuters) – Chinese fashion labels, including Shang Xia, Icicle and Fosun Fashion Group, are embracing Paris as a springboard for their international ambitions, opening flagship stores in the city and hiring French designers to burnish their credentials.

Chinese shoppers are the biggest buyers of luxury goods worldwide, including those of big European players like LVMH (LVMH.PA) and Gucci owner Kering . But China also has its own fashion companies that are growing fast at home and are now targeting the global market.

Chinese-owned brands are looking to expand abroad, sparking a trend of new labels being established in the country with the goal of international growth, said Yishu Wang, co-founder of Half a World, a firm that offers marketing advice to brands seeking to expand overseas.

“The Chinese market is very saturated and it’s just become very, very expensive to grow,” she said, noting that it was

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