Gorpcore trend peaks again as extreme outdoor wear hits pub and park

Gorpcore trend peaks again as extreme outdoor wear hits pub and park

Clothes fit for scaling Everest continue to dominate wardrobes regardless of temperature

Never mind “How does it look?”; the questions fashion fans are asking this winter is “What does it do?” and “How warm is it?” as jackets and utility trousers used by those who scale mountains find favour with city dwellers.

Extreme outdoor clothing, the sort fit for climbing Everest,

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Fashion editor Richard Buckley, husband of Tom Ford, dies at 72

Fashion editor Richard Buckley, the husband of designer Tom Ford, has died at the age of 72, according to a statement issued by representatives of Ford’s eponymous fashion brand.
“It is with great sadness that Tom Ford announces the death of his beloved husband of 35 years, Richard Buckley,” Ford’s representatives said in the statement sent to CNN Style.
“Richard passed away peacefully at their home in Los Angeles last night with Tom and their son Jack by his side.

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Pierre Cardin, French Fashion Designer, Dies At 98

French designer Pierre Cardin, who extended his brand far beyond the fashion world, has died at age 98. The son of Italian immigrants worked with luminaries such as filmmaker Jean Cocteau and designer Christian Dior before launching his own fashion house, drawing on his love for futuristic design.

Cardin’s family announced his death to Agence France-Presse on Tuesday. The French Académie des Beaux-Arts also issued several statements mourning his passing.

“Immense sadness,”

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Fans react to Harry Styles covering ‘Vogue’ in a gown: He’s ‘breaking down barriers of toxic masculinity’

Harry Styles became the first man ever to appear on the cover of Vogue by himself — but it’s what he’s wearing that’s really making a statement.

(Photo: Tyler Mitchell//Vogue)

(Photo: Tyler Mitchell//Vogue)

The 26-year-old singer chose to model a Gucci dress for the photoshoot and he discussed his bold choice with the magazine, saying that he doesn’t feel confined to strict gender norms when it comes to fashion and life.

(Photo: Tyler Mitchell//Vogue)

(Photo: Tyler Mitchell//Vogue)

“I like playing dress-up in general,” Styles explained.

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Bad Bunny’s glow-in-the-dark Crocs go on sale today

Latin music star Bad Bunny and Crocs joined forces to release glow-in-in-the dark clogs, which go on sale Sept. 29 at noon ET.

The limited-edition white shoes are accompanied by Jibbitz charms, including the singer’s logo, stars, a planet, a fire and a human figure holding a sign that says “Warning: Perreo Zone” in Spanish. The pair is going for $60, according to HYPEBEAST.

Crocs could not be immediately reached for comment.

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Fred Perry withdraws polo shirt adopted by far-right Proud Boys

Company distances itself from US fascist group as it halts sales of garment in North America

The fashion brand Fred Perry has pulled one of its famous polo shirt designs after it became associated with a far-right organisation.

The company has halted sales of the black and yellow top in the US and Canada, after it was adopted by the neo-fascist organisation the Proud Boys.

In a statement posted to its website,

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Reuse, renew, recycle! Is making new from old the future of fashion?

Using ‘deadstock’, the leftovers from clothes manufacturing, to create something new isn’t just environmentally sound, it’s surprisingly inspiring

Shifts in fashion can often be signposted through semantics. Take the word “deadstock”. Formally an industry term often meaning fabric unused by the manufacturer, it has recently become part of our general parlance. Brands that use deadstock in their designs are increasingly on the radars of consumers, who appreciate the idea of saving waste fabric from landfill.

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From Cummings to bardcore: this week’s fashion trends

What’s hot and what’s most definitely not in fashion this week

Going up
Cummings collar Forget the political adviser’s creased white shirt. We’re into his new Spitting Image styling with a Ming the Merciless popped collar.

French bob The most requested style since hairdressers reopened. See Anna Karina in Vivre Sa Vie or current favourite, Marc Jacobs.

Beyoncé’s Black is King jigsaw
How is it possible for an item to be peak summer 2020 but still properly great?

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Blusher is all you need on a summer’s day

When it’s hot and sultry, there’s nothing worse than full-on foundation. But clever use of blusher will create a great look. Plus, a hard-working facial mist. As I write, there is a heatwave, hence full-on maquillage is anathema to me. But I’m not forgoing blusher because if you want to look alive, even while wilting in the heat, it’s a good shot. So, things to note – cream glossy blushers are brilliant on foundation-free faces,

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How to wear summer trousers

Trousers are always an afterthought in summer collections, but these khaki ones are a treasure

I love summer, but I do not love shorts. Some people get to August and are thrilled at the opportunity to wear shorts every day, but I am not one of them. I do wear shorts (on holiday, for exercise, mooching about at home), but unless it is super hot then, to be honest, I’d rather not. Which means I am constantly on the hunt for the elusive treasure that is a nice pair of summer trousers.

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