Designers get very #extra during the cruise collections You Came To Say Hello Today I Whispered I Miss You As You Flew Away Dragonfly Tree Of Life Circle s. throwing giant extravaganzas in far flung locations around the globe. Cruise, a.k.a. resort, the season between spring and fall whose clothes land in stores around November/December, has all the big designer names participating in these spectacles. From Virginie Viard’s first collection for Chanel in the Grand Palais that was transformed into a train station, to Dior infiltrating Morocco and Prada coming to NYC, see below for all of the best looks from the season built for fabulous vacations. Dressing for the office in scorching temperatures can prove to be quite the challenge. In fact, not sweating to death on your commute while not freezing to death at your desk while also not ruffling HR’s feathers should be an Olympic sport. To navigate the tricky rules of summer workwear, get inspired by these chic office-appropriate outfit ideas from the fashion set.
Last September . transgender models occupied a record 91 runway spots across New York, London, and Paris Fashion Weeks, The Fashion Spot noted in its seasonal diversity report. That breaks down to 83 openly trans and eight non-binary models who walked in 52 shows, compared to 45 and 4, respectively, in 47 shows just a year earlier. Impressive as that 100 percent increase may be, it doesn’t mean problem solved, representation complete. Trans models now have a place on (certain) runways, but they still do not receive the same treatment, job opportunities, and exposure as their cisgender peers. As a trans woman, model Maxim Magnus never anticipated becoming one of the faces of an industry known for its exclusivity and homogeneity. “Modeling was never something I thought I could pursue,” she tells InStyle. “And even today I have doubts about my career, even when Iʼm doing really well,” she says. “I never thought it would be a realistic goal for me to obtain, so I chose to work behind the scenes, which is why I studied fashion.” Indeed it was a professor at the Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design, where Magnus was getting her Bachelor’s degree, who encouraged her to start modeling. Now, the 20-year-old is on her way to becoming one of fashion’s most in-demand names — and one of its most outspoken critics.
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