The Marriage Between Fashion and Religion: That Might be the 2018 Met Gala Theme
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute is reportedly not going to play it safe with the theme of next year’s Met Gala and corresponding exhibition: It is taking on religion. [The Fashion Law]
In the Age of Instagram, Murals Take on New Meaning
It’s taken the ubiquity of a new medium — Instagram — to revive an old one: hand-painted murals. Over the past two years, retailers ranging from Adidas to Gucci have commissioned highly visible murals that are part ad, part art — and ideal Instagram bait. [Business of Fashion] Announces Expansion has announced this morning that it is to open a new 24,000 sq ft home in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to house its growing content creation operations. [VOGUE]


A Comprehensive History of Rihanna’s Carnival Ensembles
The Crop Over is an annual harvest festival held in Barbados, traditionally held at the end of the summer to mark the culmination of another successful sugar harvest. Since she’s been in the public eye, Rihanna has attended four times, and each outfit has been more impressive than the last. [ELLE]
How Ganni Reinvented Scandinavian Style
When three British Vogue editors turn up to work in exactly the same dress — one that has also caught the eye of a handful of Instagram influencers — it’s pretty solid confirmation of a fashion phenomenon. [Business of Fashion]


Clarks withdraws girls’ school shoe after accusations of sexism
Clarks are withdrawing a school shoe for girls called “Dolly Babe” after it provoked accusations of sexism, especially as the equivalent version for boys is called “Leader”. [The Guardian]


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.

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