"According to the London-based company, the hoodie works by 'fusing color theory and physiology' to 'enhance your parasympathetic nervous system’s ability to help you rest and recover before and after sport.'"
(Dayna Evans - NY Mag)
"Yasmin Sewell, a fixture in the overlapping worlds of retail, design and styling in London, has been named fashion director of Style.com."
(Samantha Conti - WWD)
"While Knight may not bear the outward imprimaturs of eccentricity – like the slashed lipstick, ubiquitous hats and ball gowns for daytime sported by the late, great and right honourable Isabella Blow – he is nevertheless one of the most original and ground-breaking fashion auteurs of the past half-century. Incidentally, Blow's name is affixed to an accolade he's receiving on Monday 23 November, the Isabella Blow Award for fashion creator, at the 2015 British Fashion Awards."
(Alexander Fury - Independent)
"While speaking on a panel with Eva Chen at Fast Company's Innovation Festival, Proenza Schouler designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough divulged that they take Instagram into consideration when designing clothes. According to Yahoo Style, the two designers said that the social media platform affects how clothes are constructed and which colors are used."
(Cameron Wolf - Racked)
"Full Size Body, Erotic Literature explores communities of consent formed around cheating. Ashley Madison is one example, lo mein is another. Although it breaches Kosher law, 'Jews are known to love Chinese food and have congregated in Chinese restaurants on Christmas and Fridays for decades,' Wise says of the phenomenon she grew up witnessing -- one known as 'Safe-Treyf' ('treyf' is the Hebrew word for food that does not meet Kosher law). Like Ashley Madison, Wise sees Safe-Treyf as 'a really interesting site of disobeying a law together.'"
(Emily Manning - i-D)