FASHION IS DYING
Or is it? Our question in the age of Instagram fashion and Vetements is this; why isn't there a platform for youth by youth ? Why can't we have our cake and eat it too? FASHION IS DYING sees death as the ultimate transformation. It's a platform for the emerging designers and style alchemists who are creating a new fashion system. It's for those who are ready to share their story without shame. No bullshit necessary.
THE LATEST AND GREATEST
Interviews with some of the breakout stars in the industry.
Ana's personal style is the foundation for everything she creates, and her use of bold prints and loud, eye-catching colors has our eyes and hearts hooked. The self-made artists uses her Latina heritage as inspiration and a mirror, reflecting her own experiences through the clothes she designs, both for herself and her muses. With a penchant for '70s flare with an LA twist, Ana is a breakout star in the LA fashion scene. .
Busted is channeling old school Vivienne Westwood and making latex and plastic wear for the office, grocery store, party and wherever else you may feel like getting your freak on during daylight. With their made-to-order model and killer (aka actually affordable) prices, this brand may very well be the anecdote to streetwear that's worth nothing but hype. Made for every body with an underlying message of empowerment, Mariano Cortez's vision is realized through moto jackets, bodysuits, gowns, collars and more, in dusty pink, pitch black and cherry red. This line isn't for the faint of heart, but that's kind of the point.
The place for mind-blowing style.