“It’s taking away from the authenticity of skateboarding, because so many people who don’t skate are now wearing all the skate clothes" – Skate Kitchen's Danielle Melendez on how the industry's co-opting of skateboarding fashion is affecting skate culture.
Nguyen Cong Tri is a self-taught visionary fashion based in Ho Chi Minh City. As a graduate of Fine Arts from the Ho Chi Minh City University of the Arts, he first impacted the world of Vietnamese design in 2000 when he won 1st prize in the 'New Idea' category at Vietnam's Grand Prix, with his 'Green Leaves' fashion collection. Following this, he began to work with singers and celebrities in Vietnam, styling their photo-shoots and constructing signature looks.
A new book charts 30 years of the fashion photographer’s work. Unapologetically commercial and famously unafraid to paint a picture of the fashion industry that is not always glossy, he proves that true cultural expression will never get old
Some of you have been asking, what is Slow Fashion? In this blog, we dive deep into the concept of Slow Fashion, why it is important and what you can do to promote it! Read more to learn about Slow Fashion and ways you can support the Slow Fashion movement.