"Since we (designers) serve the women here, it's our responsibility to give them options," Maskatiya told IANS. The designer believes Pakistan's distinct fashion, its prints and flared outfits, have made their own space in the global fashion circuit. "We have also become trendsetters in our own rights, thanks to fashion bodies like PFDC. The kind of prints that we use on our garments are known worldwide. Also, there are wide options in flared clothes that not only look sensuous but are also very elegant.
"Many a resource large person has been scared off from wearing plaids," she said. "Plaids always look bigger." By the sixth season, it was 1968 and Megan Draper embodies the spirit of fashion experimentation, Przybyszewski said. Megan and Arlene are "supergroomed, superkempt," she said, as they take on new personas with wigs, caftans, colors and silhouettes. "It's an interesting '60s phenomenon that utterly disappears," she said. Black women carried a heavy style burden when their workplaces were run by white people, like Sterling Cooper Draper Price, Przybyszewski said. Many felt pressure to dress better than anyone else in the workplace, she said, and they still faced judgment -- especially of their hair -- from white and African-American colleagues alike. After Don Draper's personal crisis in the sixth season left Peggy to try to assume his role, she looks every bit the executive, Przybyszewsi said -- and every bit the fashion leader.
Not only does Instagram offer a platform over which designers can directly communicate with their fan base to share inspiration about the brand that might not get seen elsewhere, but the ease and speed with which information about collections is disseminated across the entire digital landscape is fundamentally changing the game. How many times during fashion week did you refresh your Instagram account to see the latest photos from a show? Five, 10, 20? Designers know they have to make the appeal of their collections shine through digital platforms now, which is starting to come through in the clothes. Alexander Wang, for example, told the Times, The way that we shoot it, the way that we showcase it and the way that we make the clothes and design them changed. Take his Fall 2014 show, for example.
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(OK, I overstated my disdain for such thingsa bit. The new helmetappearing below on the right isfairly awesome check that. Itsabsolutely spectacular. Well Done.) You can comment on said new uniforms home, away and alternate versions below if youre so inclined and into that sort of thing not that theres anything wrong with that. Thanks in advance for your attention to this matter.