New York Rainbow: Spring 2017

A look from every colour of the rainbow–all from the Spring 2017 collections from New York–based female designers!

RED

Above: Rosie Assoulin Spring 2017

ORANGE

Above: Tory Burch Spring 2017

YELLOW

Above: Reem Acra Spring 2017

GREEN

Above: Norma Kamali Spring 2017

BLUE

Above: Protagonist Spring 2017

INDIGO

Above: Victoria Beckham Spring 2017

VIOLET

Above: Warm Spring 2017

 

All images from Vogue Runway.

Gloss over This: Juliana Huxtable

Before being confronted with the trolling that regrettably plagues certain corners of the web, she grew up romanticizing the internet’s potential for inclusivity. “Being who I was, my early years involved being threatened on a regular basis,” she says. “I found my sense of safe space on LiveJournal, Myspace, and all those early forms of social media.”

  • Juliana Huxtable in “The Post-Internet Trailblazer” by Michael-Oliver Harding in FASHION April 2017

Covers & Content: April 2017

How diverse were the April 2017 issues of Canada’s top fashion magazines? We report on this every month, taking into consideration the cover star as well as the representation in the fashion editorials. Read on to find out how this month’s issues fared.

The Magazine: FASHION

The Cover Star: Coco Rocha

Perceived Appearance of Cover Star: White

Does the magazine appear to feature any models of colour in the editorials?: Yes. There were two fashion editorials this month, excluding Rocha’s cover story. One starred one thin, black model, and the second starred one thin, white model.

Does the magazine appear to feature any plus-size models in the editorials?: No.

The Magazine: Elle Canada

The Cover Star: Emma Watson

Perceived Appearance of Cover Star: White

Does the magazine appear to feature any models of colour in the editorials?: Yes. There were two fashion editorials this month. The first starred one thin, white model.The second starred one thin, black model.

Does the magazine appear to feature any plus-size models in the editorials?: No.

Gloss over This: Ashley Callingbull

“It’s important to be outspoken and involved with what’s going on in our country–to make a difference in any way we can,” she says. As for position she’d consider? “I would go for the big job,” says Callingbull, laughing. “If I get into politics, I would want to be prime minister. I dream big.”

  • Ashely Callingbull in “Crowning Glory” by Carly Ostroff in FASHION March 2017

Bibliostyle: Nancy Mitford’s “Wigs on the Green”

Above: For Restless Sleepers, Spring 2017

They also helped to design her clothes which were always an endless topic of local conversation as she never could resist appearing at everyday functions in elaborate fancy dress. The black velvet, fur hat and ear-rings of  Russian Grand Duchess, the livid greens and yellows of Bakst ballet dancer, taffeta bustle and Alexandra fringe, Mandarin tunic and trousers, making each its appearance on some most inappropriate occasion aroused each in turn, among tweeded local ladies, a storm of discussion and criticism, the repercussions of which reached Mrs. Lace, by no means displeasing her.

  • from Wigs on the Green by Nancy Mitford

Above: Hillier Bartley Spring 2017

Above: Tsumori Chisato, Spring 2017

Above: Rosie Assoulin, Spring 2017

Above: Alessandra Rich, Spring 2017

Above: Charlotte Olympia, Spring 2017

Above: Rodarte, Spring 2017

Above: For Restless Sleepers, Spring 2017

 

All images from Vogue Runway

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