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  1. NYT Lena Dunham HERO

    Why Lena Dunham is championing high fashion for plus-size women

    The actress talks about body positivity and her new collaboration with 11 Honore, an e-retail site that’s pushing runway designers to make their ...
  2. Workers in Singapore sorting through second-hand clothing to be exported.

    The true cost of demand for cheap clothes, to you and the environment

    It turns out that the fashion industry produces more carbon emissions than the airline and shipping industries combined. The programme Talking ...
  3. Clogs

    Ladies, clogs are back. But will you put your feet in them?

    The clunky clog is staging a comeback, with a rash of new-season styles from Celine, Gucci, Hermes and Louis Vuitton. For one sneaker-loving ...
  4. CDGA Collaborator Award

    Costume Designers Guild to honour TV producers Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers

    The Distinguished Collaborator Award honours individuals who demonstrate support of costume design and creative partnerships with designers.
  5. Met Gala

    The Met Gala is returning – with 'more intimate' version this year, larger one next year

    The galas will launch a two-part exhibition, a survey of American fashion to be on view for almost a year.
  6. Costume jewellery for sensitive skin HERO

    Here’s why certain types of jewellery can cause your sensitive skin to flare up

    Should you be avoiding costume jewellery and stick to gold ones? Here’s a quick explainer on which types suit you best.
  7. Carla Zampatti

    Australian fashion designer Carla Zampatti dies at 78 after a fall

    Actors Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett, as well as former prime minister Julia Gillard, were among the influential Australians who wore her clothes.
  8. Vincenzo hero

    Back-to-the-office style inspiration from your favourite K-dramas

    From Crash Landing On You to Vincenzo, these Korean dramas are replete with style ideas for your back-to-the-office getups.
  9. China Xinjiang Brands Under Fire

    Commentary: China's boycott of H&M, Nike and other big brands is really bizarre

    The timing, response by local authorities and other related developments this week gives food for thought on China’s response, says Professor Bo ...
  10. A woman walks past a Burberry boutique in Beijing, China

    Chinese apps join celebs in backlash against Western fashion brands over Xinjiang

    China's celebrities and corporations are pushing back at H&M, Nike, Adidas and more brands because of a controversy about forced labour.