Fashion Filtered: How Instagram is Changing the Industry

Social media has completely changed the way fashion week is reported. Follow the right bloggers, and images from the runway will fill your feed weeks before hitting the pages of Vogue. Yes, fashion – according to the New York Times – has officially entered “the Age of Instagram.”

 Fashion and the Age of Instagram

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April 11, 2014

On the Move: Bruce Pask Trades T Magazine for Bergdorf Goodman

Spring is in the air and times are a-changing. Especially for T: The New York Times Style Magazine's men’s fashion director, Bruce Pask. The always stylish and effortlessly cool Pask just accepted the title of men’s fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman.

Bruce Pask

Image via New York Magazine: The Cut

Considering Pask has been styling menswear for Bergdorf’s for a couple of years now – notably in its spring 2012 men’s lookbook – the move isn’t that much of a shock. I have no doubt Pask, a street-style favorite, will take his new role in stride and create killer men’s content for the mega store. My real concern is, who will fill his rather large shoes at T Magazine? We’re taking bets in the office.

Read the full article on style.com.

By Christine Mitchell, Staff Writer

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March 14, 2014

The Wild Trend: Is Finding Yourself the New It Thing?

According to the New York Times, the Pacific Crest Trail – a 2,650-mile-long hiking trail which winds its way from Mexico to Canada – has seen “a record number of long-distance hikers this year.” It is no coincidence, the Times continues, that this peak follows the publication of (and obsession with) Cheryl Strayed's 2012 memoir, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest TrailIn fact, they call it “The Wild Effect.”

I prefer to call it, simply, “The Finding-Yourself Effect.” The concept of making an escape to find yourself is hot in the world of memoirs. And I, too, am guilty of getting swept away in the romance. But unlike Strayed, who lost her mother and fell deep into drugs, I’m not reeling from catastrophe. Nor am I stuck in a post-divorce rut, à la 2006's source of inspiration – Eat, Pray, Love's Elizabeth Gilbert. I’m a twentysomething with a good job living in a city that I fall in love with more and more each day.

My father, born in a matchbox of an apartment in the Bronx in the 40s, never would have dreamed of such a thing. The idea of finding yourself – so thrilling to today’s pseudo-intellectual hipsters and hopeless romantics – was a luxury. When I think of him, the idea of finding myself suddenly feels selfish.

So for now, I think, I’ll wait this hype out, stick to finding myself… a coffee… and get back to work. There is a time and place for every big adventure. And today, no matter the memoir du jour, is not one of them.

By Joanna Berliner, Editor 

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October 24, 2013

We Couldn’t Have Said It Better…

Nick Wooster, a senior vice president at J.C. Penney, on the emergence of camo in menswear – specifically in Dries van Noten’s latest showing:

We Couldn't Have Said It Better

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March 22, 2013