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Revolve Makes New York Fashion Week Debut

NEW YORK Revolve has arrived at New York Fashion Week.

The fashion e-tailer known for its casual festival attire and Instagram-friendly backdrops in warm-weather locales arrived in the Big Apple amid the first formal in-person New York Fashion Week since pre-pandemic times.

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“This is kind of like the first step forward,” Revolve cofounder and co-chief executive officer Michael Mente told WWD during Thursday evening’s Revolve Gallery presentation in Manhattan. “Being here for fashion week, yesterday with a big show at Bryant Park, and also with this art installation, presentation, it’s a big push. This is an expansion of the brand in an incremental way.

“I think a lot of people think about us as just Coachella, maybe like summer vacation, you know, that aspect,” he continued. “But to be here in New York at the beginning of fall, at the beginning of cold weather

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Christian Siriano kicks off New York Fashion Week in color

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Christian Siriano speaks during a backstage interview before unveiling his latest fashion during New York’s Fashion Week, Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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With Katie Holmes and Lil’ Kim on his front row and singer Marina on the mic high above his runway, Christian Siriano helped kicked off New York Fashion Week’s first big pandemic round of in-person shows Tuesday with a flurry of neon and lace inspired in part by all the Italian women in his life.

From ornate Gotham Hall, beneath a stained glass skylight 70 feet up, Siriano’s commitment to size inclusivity was never stronger as he opened and closed the show with plus-size breakout model Precious Lee. She first walked in a stunning yellow trouser suit with wide loose pants and an asymmetrical jacket, a matching crossover bralette underneath.

His crowd pared down to 300 from his usual 800 guests

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Fresh Faces, Indigenous Voices Reenergize Australian Fashion Week

SYDNEY — Kicking off with a 60,000-year-old smoking ceremony and catapulting a flurry of new names, a number of them Indigenous, the newly minted Afterpay Australian Fashion Week returned to Sydney this month after a two-year hiatus with a new, inclusive spirit and a packed live runway schedule.

On the opening day, there was a palpable sense of relief among attendees to be back networking with their peers after 18 months of Zoom chats and off-again-on-again lockdowns. The industry mood was also buoyed by the results of an Ernst & Young report that were released that morning by the Australian Fashion Council, which revealed the Australian fashion industry contributes more than 27.2 billion Australian dollars, or $21 billion, to the Australian economy and creates 7.2 billion Australian dollars, or $6 billion, in exports — more than double the export revenues of Australia’s wool, wine and beer sectors, respectively.

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How Fashion Influencer Liv Schreiber Is Putting Education Into Style By Launching Zoom Fashion Week

Liv Schreiber is a top fashion blogger, stylist, and entrepreneur based in New York City. She runs Brand Caffeine, a fashion tech company that creates content to build fashion brands. She also leads an education program, called “Zoom Fashion Week” which provides fashion education to hundreds of students around the world. On the side, Schreiber styles her followers and celebrities.

Schreiber’s ability to mix life advice, fashion, and styling tips has made her a darling to her audience. She stands out from others with her genuine attitude and the encouragement she gives to her followers and clients. Liv has a solid social media presence with over 50K followers- her following continues to grow rapidly. Liv is a University of Wisconsin Madison graduate and FIT and Parsons certificate holder. Education aside, she began
her career as a broker. However, she fell in love with digifashion marketing, branding, virtual styling, and image

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