The Daily Roundup: Calvin Klein’s Fashion Frustrations, Christian Siriano Launches Bridal

by Sydney Sadick
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Calvin Klein on the State of Fashion [Vogue UK]
The designer, who sold his company in 2002, breaks down what he is less than impressed by within the fashion industry, like casting models who don’t “represent” the brand and how dressing celebrities doesn’t necessarily translate to sales.

Christian Siriano Launches Bridal [Fashionista]
One-upping his bridal capsule for Kleinfeld, Christian Soriano hosts his first bridal show with the retailer today, kicking off an official collection.

John Varvatos on His Career ‘Magical Moments’ [Footwear News]
While the designer might not remember the first thing he designed (oh well!), he does recall “magical moments” since debuting his first line in 2000.

Eva Chen on Why Instagram Isn’t a Numbers Game [Business of Fashion]
Instagram’s head of fashion partnerships weighs in on how fashion brands can get ahead using the app and why engagement always wins over the number of followers.

A Look at Coachella’s Street Style [Cosmopolitan]
A recap of some of this year’s best Coachella dressing thanks to a slew of fashion stars who attend the annual weekend-long music festival.

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1 comment

Nemanja Miletic December 5, 2016 - 2:22 PM

Fashion these days is more circus than fashion.

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