Goodbye front-row guest, hello front-row host.
@Burberry is transforming celebrity guests into ‘hosts’ for its spring show.
Erykah Badu, Rosalía, Steve Lacy and Bella Hadid will host the Burberry show from different perspectives using technology from Twitch.
As reported, the show will be livestreamed on the LFW and Burberry digital channels.
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Report: Samantha Conti
The second day of New York Fashion Week showcased an array of emerging brands, many of them men’s-specific or genderless.
Among the most impactful was @overcoat.nyc designer Ryuhei Oomaru’s five-year-old unisex collection, which offered a new take on summer tailoring. Oomaru used his skills as a patternmaker to reinvent familiar silhouettes such as double-breasted jackets, high-waisted trousers and anoraks in a refreshingly new and modern way through his effortless, yet precise construction, as seen here.
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@cautiousxclay spoke to WWD about his childhood, ambitions as a creator, his new album and how it feels to be a person of color at this moment.
The 27-year-old musician only recently turned to music full-time, but already counts Billie Eilish and John Legend as collaborators — and is hard at work on his debut album.
After putting music aside as a professional ambition to achieve a degree in international affairs from George Washington University, Karpeh has turned his attentions to music fully and is creating a career both as a successful writer for musicians like John Legend and Taylor Swift as well as his own artist; his latest single "Agreeable" drops this week, with a debut album due next year.
“I’ve prepared for this moment, for being this type of person since back when I first started playing flute. I never really felt like it was important for me to master any instrument. I can play the flute pretty well. I can play the saxophone pretty well. I can get by with guitar and piano and all these things, but I never felt so invested to the point where I needed to master the instrument. I only wanted to master creating, and that’s obviously like a very generic and large idea to just, oh yeah, what do you do? You create? But I do truly feel inspired by a lot of different things outside of music,” Karpeh says.
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