London Fashion Week Kicks Off, With Local Talents and Overseas Brands
London kicked off fashion week on Friday to pleas from the local fashion industry to protect the city’s international outlook as uncertainty about Britain’s impending departure from the EU hung in the air for the second year in a row. [The Fashion Law]

 

Naomi Campbell On Women of Colour In Fashion: 'We Don't Want To Be A Trend'
The supermodel and face of H&M's Fall collection campaign praises the brand for being one of the only labels to deliver longstanding diversity [ELLE]

Serving Those The Fashion Industry Ignores
A good rule of thumb for any entrepreneur is to address the needs of those who feel they have been ignored. For Peter Manning, that meant addressing his own. Manning, founder of the New York-based clothing company that bears his name, is targeting a clientele he can relate to: the 30 million men in the U.S. whose height does not exceed 5 feet, 8 inches; a demographic ill-served by most clothiers. [Forbes]

 

How Adwoa Aboah is shaking up the fashion industry
A familiar face on the catwalk, the outspoken model also tackles difficult issues on her online platform. Adwoa Aboah is both the poster girl for modern fashion and one of its most vocal critics. [The Guardian]

Forever 21 Accused Of Copying T-Shirt That Benefits Planned Parenthood
Another day, another fast-fashion retailer has been accused of ripping off yet another indie designer. Unfortunately, this time around it’s not just a T-shirt you’ve seen all over Instagram — it's one that benefits charity. [Refinery29]

 

Are We Drawn To Colours That Meet Our Psychological Needs?
Does black make you think of evil, while red warns you of danger? Does yellow make you smile and blue make you dreamy? Colours arouse strong emotions in all of us. These emotions may be linked to memories. [HuffPost]

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Bethany Morrison is a recent college graduate with a B.S. degree in Health Psychology and she has been writing for as long as she can remember. She thoroughly enjoys brainstorming her thoughts and is looking to one day pursue a Masters in both Health Psychology and Journalism.

2 Comments

  1. meghna sarkar Reply

    The article synopsis on Adwoa Aboah has an error. In the second line her surname wrongly reads “about” instead of “aboah”

    • Shakaila Forbes-Bell Reply

      Auto-correct strikes again! Thanks Meghna, we’ve corrected the error.

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