Quote of the day

Quote of the day: Elizabeth Paton



Papier Lizzie Paton

“As a reporter I am much less interested in my own image than those of the people I am talking to.”

Elizabeth Paton, New York Times European fashion correspondent, talking to Papier about her desk and how she writes. I’m fascinated by how writers do their jobs (more…)



Quote of the day: Stephen Schaffer, Fiorucci



Fiorucci Brewer Street W1

Fiorucci is optimistic and fun. It was never just a fashion or luxury brand. It appealed to everyone. You could walk in and buy something, whether it was jeans or a postcard. It’s 50 years old, but people remember the experience more than anything else.”
Stephen Schaffer, new co-owner of Fiorucci, Business of Fashion. (more…)



Quote of the day: Campbell Addy



NiiJournal

“One major change would be that if a black person does something about black people it doesn’t have to be political. It’s just them reflecting themselves to the world. If a black person shoots something, it isn’t a black photographer or a black designer; it’s purely a photographer. It’s the smaller things that can change people’s perceptions.”
Photographer and NiiJournal publisher Campbell Eddy on creating visibility for people of colour within fashion and media, Indie magazine (more…)



Quote of the day: Heist hosiery



Isabelle Martin Fellu X Heist hosiery
“We [the brands] don’t actually know what ‘nude’ is. We can take a stab at a range of colors, but we have no idea what the distribution of skin tones is. What are the Pantone shades that are important, and how do you transfer those from Pantone into fabric dyes from rayon to cotton to cashmere?”
Toby Darbyshire, CEO of bodywear brand, Heist on facing the challenge of skin-toned hosiery, Lean Luxe

WORDS: Disneyrollergirl/Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGE: Isabelle Martin Fellu for Heist Hosiery
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