J.Crew Brands Extend Partnership with Blue Jeans Go Green™


7d954711-ce1a-4870-86e8-59ff1c4f87db.HRJ.Crew brands has announced their continued participation in a fall denim drive in partnership with Cotton Incorporated’s Blue Jeans Go Green(TM) denim recycling program in J.Crew and Madewell retail stores.  The drive first kicked off in 74 Madewell stores on August 12, while J.Crew’s 269 participating stores started the program on August 21.  Both brands have decided to extend their participation in the denim drive – J.Crew will host until December 31, 2014 and Madewell will host until January 31, 2015. Continue reading

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The City of Orlando is Calling for Artists, Designers and Fashionistas Submit Your Application Now for the 2nd Annual Trash2Trends, Recycled Fashion Show


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The City of Orlando is seeking local fashion designers and artists to create innovative wearable looks made from materials that would otherwise be headed to the landfill or recycling facility. The designs will be featured at the Trash2Trends runway event, a fundraiser for Keep Orlando Beautiful, that seeks to bring the fashion and art world together with the environmental community to promote and inspire sustainability.
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VIA SPIGA DEBUTS FALL 2014 ADVERTISTING CAMPAIGN FEATURING MODEL IRINA SHAYK


7301451-Via-Spiga-LogoVia Spiga has unveiled its fall 2014 advertising campaign, which features model and actress Irina Shayk in images shot by fashion photographer Miles Aldridge. The campaign pays homage to Via Spiga’s Italian heritage and showcases a variety of styles from the fall collection.
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New York Fashion Week 2014, Le Jolie is proud to be involved in such a legendary event


Fashion E-commerce website Le Jolie takes on the most anticipated week of wardrobe, New York Fashion Week, in search of the “New Face” of Le Jolie!
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T.J.Maxx And Marshalls Team Up With Parsons Professor To Give The Style 4-1-1 On How To Score Quality Fashion


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Survey finds that women associate quality merchandise with fabric, stitching and overall fit

When it comes to buying quality clothing, it’s what’s behind the seams that really counts. A recent survey conducted by T.J.Maxx and Marshalls, the nation’s leading off-price retailers, revealed that 77 percent of women consider fabric to be the top characteristic associated with quality merchandise.
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