Heard the exciting news, fashionistas?
Yes! This is going to be a genuine and remarkable hashtag soon. The first Vegan Fashion Week is starting from February 1 to February 4. While having Emmanuelle Rienda, the brainchild of founder and animal right activist, as the big name here, VFW certainly seems to be a natural step forward for such a city which doesn’t sell and manufacture fur anymore.
Want to know what Rienda has to say?
She told VegNews, “I want to ignite conversations and debates within the industry by educating, elevating, and drawing connections between our most important values: our respect for human life, animal rights, and the environment.”
So, if you are a fashion freak then it is definitely the time to rejoice! The brand-new Vegan Fashion Week is coming up soon and there’s a lot of new fashion news to explore.
Now, let’s check out some amazing aspects of upcoming Vegan Fashion Week:
Men’s Fashion Weeks are Getting Uncertain:
The buzz about men’s fashion weeks has diminished remarkably. It’s because the big-name brands exit the male lineup in favor of coed presentations at the time of women’s shows. This step along with the changed retail scenario and digitization of the industry is threatening the future of men’s fashion weeks.
Simon Spurr Will be Appointed as a Global Creative Director:
According to The 7 For All Mankind, the British designer Simon Spurr will be the new global creative director. Spur has already worked for Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Yves Saint Laurent, Gives & Hawkes, and last but not the least, Eidos. He has further worked hard to bring the brand up to a certain level of luxury and create a lifestyle product range beyond denim. Simon’s first collection is going to get launched in Spring 2020. It will be the time when this label will celebrate its 20th Anniversary.
Brands are Waking Up in 2019:
The majority of GenZ consumers state that almost all the companies have a responsibility to address various social and environmental issues. It means that businesses are expected to respond while accommodating various social and environmental themes together. The ‘State of Fashion 2019’ by Business of Fashion report predicts that how brands are going to accomplish this and explore various risks which come with backing a cause.
Dita Von Teese is Going to be a Part of Jean Paul Gaultier’s ‘Fashion Freak Show’:
The Burlesque performer Dita Von Teese will join the ‘Fashion Freak Show’ by Jean Paul Gautier which is going to be held in Paris. It will be a mass of seven performances with the first one starting from Jan 22. The custom-filled show which was held in Folies Bergere cabaret and opened last September is going to tell the story of the life of a courtier. In a recently broadcasted interview with WWD, this French designer said, ‘ it’s an “honor” to work with the model who “has raised burlesque to the rank of a chic, glamorous and popular art.”
Riccardo Tisci is Going to Modernize Burberry:
Recently, in an interview with Vogue, Riccardo Tisci said, “I want to sustain the Burberry heritage, but I also want to go with the times, with modernity.”
When it comes to this famous Italian designer then it means letting people come to Burberry for a signature trench. Also, he is expecting that the mass would head towards the brand for beautiful suits, evening gowns and dresses, and also sneakers. She exclaimed, “I want to make it more open, more dramatic”.
Whembley Sewell: Conde Nast Names Her as Theme’s Executive Director:
Conde Naste has recently announced that Whembley Sewell is going to be the executive editor of them. Previously, Sewell was considered as the channel manager at Teen Vogue. There, she led the emerging platform programming strategy of the brand and managed audience remarkably.
In this new role, her responsibility will be to oversee the editorial content of them across all the platforms and experiences. Anna Wintour said in one of her appointment at an official press release, “They has grown tremendously since we launched the platform in 2017 and Whembley’s distinct voice and passionate take on issues affecting the LGBTQ+ community make her a natural fit to lead the brand forward.”
Los Angele is Going to Host Vegan Fashion Week:
Rienda is super-excited for the launch of first-ever Vegan Fashion Week in LA. The four-day event in that city is going to be a real fashion bash and obviously, it is going to get concluded with a private fundraiser to support various established and emerged Vegan designers in their various efforts for putting an end to all sorts of animal exploitation in the fashion industry.
Aren’t these excellently amazing facts about Vegan Fashion Week worth knowing?
Yes! It is definitely going to be one of its kind and obviously, a worth-watch event. So, get ready for a lot of fashion vibes coming up soon in February 2019. You will definitely get to see some of the most iconic and fashionable looks ever.
Keep trending and enjoy the Vegan Fashion Week 2019!