Robin Givhan, The Washington Post’s Pulitzer-winning fashion critic, is covering New York Fashion Week.
To toast its latest milestone, Wildlife Works has teamed up with Threads 4 Thought to create its inaugural line of carbon-neutral and fair-trade-certified T-shirts and tank tops.
The work sits itself between fashion, wearable art, performance, and one of a kind commodity objects.
Some see her works as a celebration of eating beautiful organic food. Others compare her fashions to the fleeting nature of the actual fashion world, while Martinez would like her viewers to be inspired to think about where their fashion comes from, with the same desire they have for buying only from organic farms.
The boots already have one celeb fan so far. The queen of the Beyhive herself, Beyonce, is rocking a pair in the music video for “Feeling Myself” with Nicki Minaj.
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A few weeks ago in South Dakota, Edison Ritchie revealed his Revolution Couture fashion line inspired by his Native American heritage – but none of the major fashion magazines covered it.