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Champion's Head Designer on the Vetements Effect07/06/16 ,via Racked
In a truly groundbreaking move, founders and brothers Demna (the designer) and Gurum (the businessman) Gvasalia, and the rest of the design collective that makes up the Paris-based brand, collaborated with a whopping 18 other brands to produce the
Plus Fashion Sales & Deals For The Weekend of 7/8/1607/09/16 ,via PLUS Model Magazine
Summer items are on sale so it's a great time to stock up on those pieces you have been eyeing this season, including swim and activewear. Here's a Lane Bryant: Shorts and crops are 40% off with code LOVEITLB / Buy 2 bras, get 2 FREE / Panties are
A Moment with Ramy Brook Designer Ramy Sharp07/08/16 ,via Daily Front Row (blog)
Ramy Brook's idea of a wear-everywhere wardrobe has proved to be a serious hit with women from all walks of life—top bloggers included. At her flagship in New York's Collaborations are very important, especially when we partner up with brands that
Nike's Wimbledon 'nightie' – the most impractical sportswear ever?06/29/16 ,via The Guardian
Midway through, she tucked it into her shorts. “Nike probably has departments devoted to wearer trials,” says Sally Dixon, the founder of activewear brand Every Second Counts. “I'm very surprised.” She is sympathetic to Swan's frustrated mid-match
Soccer's Zlatan Ibrahimovic Heads Onto the Fashion Field06/13/16 ,via New York Times
So began the unveiling of A-Z, a new activewear brand in a highly limited palette (navy, gray, white, black, and dark red) with relatively simple lines. Produced in partnership with the When's the women's line coming out? It's in progress. My wife
A Second with Ramy Brook Designer Ramy Sharp - Daily Front Row (blog)
Ramy Brook’s concept of a wear-everywhere wardrobe has proved to be a serious hit with women from all walks of life—top bloggers included. At her flagship in New York’s Nolita neighborhood, deviser Ramy Sharp and Insta stars Lindsi Lane and Jessi Malay show us their unique takes on pre-fall while Sharp explains how the discredit has evolved into a modern-age must. I’m a big fan of Instagram in general, and I especially love bloggers. They’re in the know and in the now—they’re more on top of things than most people. Jessi [Malay] is one of my favorites from the West Seaside—she’s a singer and a big influencer who has worked a lot with brands like Revolve. She flew in for this shoot because we have become very friendly. She is a big fan of Ramy Brook, and she looks competent in everything. Lindsi [Lane] is an up-and-coming blogger and stylist from the East Coast. She’s friends with the owner of Kyle by Alene Too, where we have a Ramy Brook rat on-in-shop. How much time do you spend exploring social media. [Laughs] I’m on my phone constantly, and when I wake up, I spend a big portion of my morning searching the sites and looking at Instagram. Then, it’s hard to tell the actual influence social media has on sales, but throughout my day, I hear so much talk about Instagram and that it’s been extremely helpful in structure the brand. How do you like to see your pieces worn on the street. I love individualized style. A lot of our pieces are solid color, so you can dress it up with your own jewelry, shoes, and scarves. It’s so spellbinding that three people can wear the same dress and it will look different on everybody. Are you still loving them. I’m in a jumpsuit all of the time. Whenever I have an evening incident and I don’t know what to wear, the jumpsuit is the answer. One and done. Collaborations are very important, especially when we partner up with brands that don’t offer clothing—jewelry designers, activewear, shoes, and other categories that set off Ramy Brook. I’ve worked with Barry’s Bootcamp, SoulCycle, and Free People. You’re a known fitness buff. What’s your new thing. I attraction working out. I don’t have anything new, per se, but now that the weather is really beautiful, I’m back to running. I love spinning and going to Barry’s Bootcamp, and not that golf is a way to employment out, but I started playing again. Is there a golf line in the works. [ Laughs ] I do not like golf clothing. The skirts are too long and the shorts are candid, so I’ve been wearing tennis skirts with golf shirts. I can see doing something for golf in the future. How do you see the Ramy Brook brand evolving. My source goal was just finding that sexy top that I couldn’t find in the stores, so we started with six sexy tops and one dress. As time went on and customers started to in effect love my stuff, I wanted a full collection. We’re adding more fabrics, textures, and categories. Ultimately, in three years, we requisite to triple our business, and then in five years we want to just skyrocket the business into something huge. I see handbags, jewelry, belts, mayhap shoes. One day, I’d like to have it all. How has the store on Prince Street changed things for you. It’s great to have a brick-and-mortar store, and we also consider our website to be its own flagship. Now that we’ve built the trade name, the store has become a destination, and experiencing our world in a brick-and-mortar. Source: fashionweekdaily.com
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Margarita Unveils Active, Spirit and Premium Activewear for Women07/12/16 ,via openpr.com
It offers varied women’s activewear to live an energetic lifestyle. Margarita Unveils Women’s Tops for All Workout Focusing on real custom performance clothing line, margarita activewear pleased to announce the women’s workout tops on their online ...
Adidas Makes A Play For Women07/09/16 ,via Fast Company
Day has valuable insight about why women's activewear has become so popular in recent years, since Lululemon has often been described as the brand that ushered in the "athleisure" era by creating chic yoga pants that women wear all day. But Day is quick to ...
5 Size-Inclusive Activewear Brands That Know Fitness Is For Everyone07/11/16 ,via Refinery29
If you're looking through popular retailers' clothing racks ... the majority of activewear brands available continue to ignore the 67% of women in the U.S. who wear a size 14 and above. And that's a problem. So we’re taking a moment to celebrate the ...