Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s style evolution

The Olsen twins are hands-down the fashion icons of the millennial generation. From Full House to New York Minute and The Row, Mary-Kate and Ashley have kept long-standing fans and fashion enthusiasts entranced for three decades and counting. Against many odds, the duo flipped their child stardom into one of the most aspirational and deeply coveted American fashion labels in recent memory, all by virtue of their diligence, business-savvy ways and, of course, their style.

While Mary-Kate and Ashley have gone through phases of boho-glam, goth, high glamour and minimalism, their sartorial predilections are characterised by a love of experimentation. The Olsen twins have defined and redefined some of the biggest trends of the noughties and 2010s, championing overarching themes (vintage clothing and staple-dressing) as well as garments that are now synonymous with the era (Balenciaga’s city bag, leggings, oversized everything).

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The Media Business; Travel & Leisure Replaces Top Editor In Latest Change

This may appeal to a variety of travelers, but I assume it’s significantly interesting for Bleisure travelers, who may be trying to add a day or two in another city on their approach to or from a enterprise vacation spot. But by way of explicitly Bleisure-targeted initiatives specifically, not likely — not yet. Even exterior travel, we don’t but know which brands, which companies will come again from this — or when. In that context, Bleisure sounds obviously very fancy as we communicate, however it’s removed from being useless. I can say with 100 percent certainty people won’t ever stop touring. So, without any doubt, yes, Bleisure, and travel normally, will come back. People who’re in confinement right now will have time to consider their life targets, of their aspirations, and this can create some have to travel as soon as it gets back to regular.

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Victoria Beckham selling clothes out of van for her high-end fashion brand

Victoria Beckham is now offering her customers a way to try on her expensive designs in the comfort of their own home.

The singer turned fashion designer, 47, has made sure fans of her brand can always access her clothing designs – if they live in the capital – by unveiling a new concierge service.

Shoppers who wish to experience the home try-on and style session, which will see an employee drive to the customers home to allow them to try on the wares – with no obligation to purchase, can pay up £15 for the privilege.

The VB brand employee will also be on hand to offer fashion and styling advice to anyone looking to fork out thousands for a coat or dress.

Proving that Victoria is keen for her brand to be seen as environmentally conscious, the company promise to plant a tree for every journey made by

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Kichisaburo Ogawa Recaps Decades-long Career

After spending 31 years as a fashion illustrator for WWD, Kichisaburo Ogawa is still putting those skills to good use as an assistant professor of fashion drawing at Parsons The New School of Design.

A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Ogawa decided to pursue a career in fashion illustration, starting out sketching newspaper ads for Henri Bendel in the retailer’s advertising department on 56th Street. Upon hearing about an opening at WWD in 1978, Ogawa applied.

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At a time when employers sometimes encouraged their talent to pursue or accept posts at other companies, Ogawa said he consulted with Henri Bendel’s president Geraldine Stutz about whether he should accept the WWD job and she was all for it. Asked about making the switch to WWD, he said, “I had just graduated from school three months ago. They had very prestigious illustrators. Everybody was very well-known.

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