Baltimore-based fashion designer Bishme Cromartie embraced his hometown roots on "Project Runway" to the delight of the judges. Now, he's inspired to continue showcasing his upbringing through his clothes.
The ways in which social media can be used has evolved over the years, and so has its users. Entertainment, monetization, awareness, and even politics, are just a few ways to use social apps. They can be used to not only promote businesses but also promote personal brands. This is evident in the noticeable rise of influencers across multiple account categories and we can see a trend of improved content being created by influencers directly tied to an increase in influencer ad-spend by brands. In addition, influencers are beginning to spend money and time creating professional content in order to ...
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Fashion has long been seen as the dynamic process of making people look good. From makeover to clothing and cosmetic surgeries, the goal is simply to enhance the feel and look of people. For so long in the industry, things have been done with very little change and innovative drive. Along comes a 22 year old millenial Alan King and he is set to disrupt the fashion industry. As a collegiate fellow, Alan King began to notice the disparity between the life of a college student and that of the corporate American. While the college student ...
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It's an exciting time to be an artist. With platforms like Instagram and Tumblr, you can very easily follow and collaborate with other artists-you only need to message them to make magic happen. But everyone can do 'collabs'. Finding someone you'll really click with creatively is a whole different ball game altogether. And sometimes, it just happens in a way you never expected. That's what happened when designer Tracy Dizon and photographer Rodney Torres combined their creative talents at Rodney's Giclee Manila studio in Mandaluyong City, Philippines in the 30th of January. Together with LabRat's Ariel ...
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The Carroll Hospital Auxiliary Fashion Show, to be held April 12 at Martins Westminster, is still evolving after 59 years, adding an after party to this year's festivities and fundraising for the hospital's new family birthplace facility.
Get ready for a very Maryland-centric Project Runway when the reality show’s 17 season premieres March 14 on Bravo. Annapolis-native and fashion designer Christian Siriano returns to the show this year in the role of mentor—previously held by Tim Gunn.
A variety of colors and textures were highlighted before a graffitied brick facade as 14 Carroll County teens showed off their handmade clothing Friday night for “Fashion Avenue,” the Carroll County Career and Technology Center 2019 fashion show.
Fashion world veteran and cosmetic entrepreneur Lindsay Ebbin brought his makeup artistry to Carroll Hospital Wednesday evening. Sales of the Make Up Factory cosmetics line from the hospital gift shop go to benefit renovation of the Family Birthplace.
Fila, the once hot sports brand of the 1990s with a Sparks-based US headquarters, is seeing a revival thanks to its retro appeal and the bulky sneaker trend. The now Korean-owned company with a growing Balimore presence has even signed a new deal with its former NBA star endorser, Grant Hill.
The fashion and grievance industries are abuzz about Gucci’s show at Milan Fashion Week last month because Gucci sent a few white models with turbans down the runway. As lifelong Sikhs, we approve. The move may help diffuse harmful associations with the turban post 9/11.
The tables were set with linens and music wafted through the dining hall. A collection of china tea cups surrounded a runway, where attendees were treated to a glamorous live fashion show, all of it to support the nonprofit, Rita’s Closet.
Anne Arundel County natives David Hart and Christian Siriano have become big-name designers with bridal and formal wear lines. Each has dressed celebrities, and they’ve developed a friendship and working relationship; Hart designed the suits for Siriano’s wedding in 2016.
Liris Crosse, the Randallstown native who made history this season of “Project Runway” by being one of the first plus-sized models to compete on the show, has won the modeling portion of the competition.
At historic Savage Mill on April 30, local women supporting the breast cancer community will celebrate "100 Hons & Elvis" for the third year running, just in time to rock the golden wedding anniversary of Elvis and Priscilla Presley while raising money for the nonprofit, For 3 Sisters.
Baltimore advertising and marketing firm Warschawski has become agency of record for Xcel Brands Inc., owner of Isaac Mizrahi, Judith Ripka, H Halston, and other brands, and will handle corporate public relations