An essay about JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and queer masculinities. [This article has been translated into French by @CornwallBoar ] When I first watched JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure in 2012, I wasn’t out yet.
I saw Jonathan Joestar, the diesel-jacked gentleman rip out of his clothes more than one time, changing into increasingly skimpier wardrobes every other two episodes. I saw vampire extraordinaire Dio Brando dress like an idiot steampunk wizard as he poisoned his foster dad before rejecting the prospect of upper-body clothing entirely (also he turned a dude into a dog at one point?).
Despite the absurdity of it all, these two men weren’t afraid to cry, afraid to show affection, or even afraid to feel afraid. They were the most hyperbolised masculine pieces of meat I’d ever seen and they were emotional. Depop Is Gen Z’s Favorite Shopping App. Depop seller Matt Stockert at the app’s downtown New York photo studio.
Photo: David Williams for New York Magazine. 3D Printing and Haute Couture: Iris Van Herpen presents Shift Souls.
Les tissus ne sont plus les seuls matériaux à être utilisés pour la couture de mode. Avec le créateur d'impact chaud Iris Van Harpen a apporté à l'industrie de la mode avec son look structuré imprimé en 3D, il a incité les gens à sortir du cadre et à essayer de nouveaux matériaux à utiliser pour la fabrication de vêtements. – scarlet991229
Fabrics are now not the only materials to be used for fashion couture. With the hot impact designer Iris Van Harpen has brought to the fashion industry with her 3D printed structured look, it influenced people to get out of the frame and try new material to be used for clothing fabrication. – scarlet991229
Bella Hadid Had a Quarantine Photoshoot for 'Vogue Italia' - PAPER. With Ms.
La quarantaine n'empêche pas la mode d'exprimer et d'influencer: puisque tout le monde est désormais entièrement «enfermé» dans son propre espace, cela a donné à l'industrie de la marque / magazine de mode une difficulté à faire progresser les séances photo, mais elle a créé la nouvelle façon. Bella Hadid et d'autres qui ont utilisé Facetime pour prendre des photos, sont maintenant qualifiées de nouvelle approche artistique de l'industrie de la mode. Parce qu'il est créatif et nouveau, mais qu'il montre aussi bien l'heure actuelle que nous traversons, les gens le considèrent comme une future voie principale des séances photo à la mode. – scarlet991229
Quarantine does not stop the fashion to express and influence: since everybody is now all self "locked-up" in their own space, it has given to the fashion brand/magazine industry a difficulty to progress the photo shoots, but it created the new way. Bella Hadid and others that used facetime to self photo shoots are now being qualified as a new artistic approach to the fashion industry. Because it is creative and new, but also it shows well about the current time we are having, people are considering it to be a future main way of photo shoots in fashion. – scarlet991229
Rona still out and about, a lot of us working for "non-essential businesses" are still working from home.
That includes models, photographers, and people in the magazine industry. Supermodel Bella Hadid may not be able to meet photographers for in-person shoots, but she and her collaborators were able to make it work. Bella posted new professionally produced work for Vogue Italia on Saturday. And all the gag-worthy photos were taken through FaceTime. 5 Work From Home Outfits To Add To Your Wardrobe. As we continue our social-distancing pledge, the Vogue staff is working from home for the foreseeable future.
Avec la mise en quarantaine qui a conduit les gens à vivre et à travailler dans le même espace, le zoom (face chat) est devenu le seul moyen de se montrer et de s'exposer aux autres. Ainsi, cette période a fait apparaître une nouvelle façon de coiffer. Les gens découvrent et se coiffent dans cette occasion de réunion de quarantaine irrégulière: professionnel et nerveux, mais littéralement, largement confortable et portable. Pour cela, l'un des rédacteurs en chef du magazine Vogue écrit des looks quotidiens pour sa réunion zoom. La plupart des vêtements qu'elle choisit sont une longue robe droite, qui donne un look formel organisé, mais en même temps confortable et facile à déplacer. Les gens recherchent ces points exacts. Les vêtements cibles se concentrent désormais complètement pour ces conditions parfaites pour le zoom, comme les cardigans et les robes longues dans l'industrie de la mode - Cosy, mais Edgy – scarlet991229
With the quarantine that has lead people to live and work in same space, zoom (face chat) has become the only way to show and expose yourself to others. As so, this period made a new way of styling appeared. People are figuring out and styling themselves in this irregular quarantine meeting occasion: professional and edgy, but literally, majorly comfortable and home-wearable. For this, one of the Vogue magazine editor writes daily looks for her zoom meeting. Most of the clothe she picks is a long straight dress, which gives the organized formal look, but at the same time is cozy and easy to move. People are looking for this exact points. Target clothes are now completely focusing for these conditions perfect for zoom, such as cardigans and long dress in the fashion industry- Cozy, but Edgy. – scarlet991229
This article is part of our This Week on Zoom column, where one Vogue editor shares their WFH outfits from the previous workweek—from the waist up, of course.
Getting dressed each morning has always brought me joy, no matter the occasion. [LIVE] 혁오 (HYUKOH) _ Help @ HYUKOH 2020 WORLD TOUR [through love] - SEOUL.
Le nouvel album de Hyukoh [through love] ouvre 2020 avec un nouvel impact sur notre culture artistique perdue La mode rapide et la musique (et au-delà ..) sont massivement consommées dans notre quotidien pour s'adapter à la tendance et être vendues dans l'industrie, ce qui conduit l'art d'aujourd'hui à se concentrer de plus en plus provocatif sur l'extérieur, avec peu de contexte à l'intérieur comme ce qui signifie que ce n'est plus nécessaire. Puisque cette routine rapide s'est à peine installée dans notre culture, les arts deviennent très faciles à oublier. Par conséquent, cet album qui apporte la culture la plus populaire rappelle et éveille notre valeur artistique initiale. Un art qui parle, symbolise et exprime. Leurs paroles répétées à l'infini, le rythme fait en respiration, la mode au style sauvage nous parlent et nous montrent tous très clairement leur thème de la barbarie, quelle que soit la tendance. L'art indépendamment de la tendance révèle à nouveau la beauté initiale de l'irrégularité et de l'originalité de notre culture. Cela nous donne un impact pour être conscient et concentré sur nous-mêmes, nos pensées de chaque individu qui nous guident vers la manière d'exprimer et de symboliser chacun sur notre propre mode et style, visuel. – scarlet991229
Hyukoh's new album [through love] opens 2020 with a fresh impact to our lost art culture,, Because trend leads the commercial,, "fast" arts Fast fashion and music (and beyond..) is massively being consumed in our daily basis to fit in the trend and be sold in industry, which lead today's art to be focused more and more provocative on the outside, with not much of the inside meaning like it's no longer necessary. Since this fast routine has settled hardly in our culture, arts are getting very easy-to-forget. Therefore, this album that brings the folksiest culture reminds and awakens our initial art value. Art that speaks, symbolize and express. Their endless repeating lyrics, rhythm made with breathe, wildly savage-styled fashion talk to us and show us all through very clearly about their barbarism theme, regardless the trend. Trend-regardless art reveals one again the initial beauty of irregularity and originality to our culture. It gives us impact to be conscious and focused of ourselves, our thoughts of each individuals that guide us to each's way of expressions and symbols on our own fashion and styles, visuals. – scarlet991229
Hair dye history: From rainbow to gray - CNN Style. Written by Marianna Cerini, CNN CNN Style has launched a dedicated Beauty section.
Since our generations are changing to be encouraged to express their own taste and identity, people use the hair dye as one of the method. Therefore, lots of our generations dye their hair in various bold hues, not only to hide their natural hair, but also to self-express about who they are, almost perfectly not bothered by society's standard but themselves. – scarlet991229
Read more Beauty stories here.
For centuries, hair dye has been pivotal in helping people portray a certain image -- to either fit in with the beauty standards of the day or to dramatically subvert them. Face masks and coronavirus: Asia may have been right and the rest of the world is coming around. In other parts of the world, this message may be confusing, coming after weeks of public health authorities, politicians and media figures confidently claiming masks do not help and urging people instead to focus on washing their hands and maintaining social distancing.
With the humongous crisis of Covid-19 we are having in actual, the concern of infection is getting bigger. And within the evidence of the fact that face mask is the most efficient way to reduce the infection, it is now proven that wearing it is the prior way to prevent the virus. In effect, the widespread of face mask use around the world is constantly maintaining around the world, whether the person's symptomatic. – scarlet991229
"They are NOT effective in preventing general public from catching #Coronavirus, but if healthcare providers can't get them to care for sick patients, it puts them and our communities at risk," he added, in a post that has since been retweeted over 43,000 times.
That same week, Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), appeared before lawmakers. Asked if people should wear masks, he had a straightforward answer: "No. " Now he's not so sure. On Monday, Redfield said told NPR that the CDC was reviewing its guidelines and may recommend general mask use to guard against community infection. Pivot to protection. How Trixie Mattel Opened Herself Up For an 'Artistic Biopsy' in New 'Moving Parts' Documentary. At the premiere of her new documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival, Trixie Mattel stood as a glowing example of the endless possibilities for a drag queen in the modern era.
An american drag queen Trixie Mattel, known by her extreme and avant-garde makeup encourages lots of queer people to be fearless to express themselves. – scarlet991229
Dressed in a pink, old-Hollywood-style gown to present the new film, the queen radiated the celebrity status that she has grown over the last four years.
But as she sits down at a vanity in the Billboard offices the day after the screening, Mattel says that she doesn’t feel that status. Why women in South Korea are cutting 'the corset' South Korean YouTube star Lina Bae expected some negative comments when she switched from posting make-up tutorials to stripping her face bare.
Feminism had led lots of women to "cut the corset", which is meaning "getting out of high appearance (beauty) standard of society and getting back to the own natural beauty". This movement of self liberation from social standards encourages women to cut/shave their hair, not wear the bra, not wear the makeup, etc. without getting bothered by other people. – scarlet991229
What she didn't expect were death threats.
The 21-year-old thought hard about her decision. She was worried that it would be duplicitous for someone who usually gives beauty tips to upload a video promoting the idea of going without it. But her overwhelming thought was that it was time to take a stand. "I think lot of Korean women are wearing an 'appearance-corset'," she told the BBC. "They have this immense fear of the face they show to others. The Rise of Fashion DIY 2.0. Just in time for the couture shows next week — couture being, perhaps, the original customization art in fashion, the one in which a customer goes to the atelier, chooses her dress and then, because it is being made for her only, has it altered as she so desires — Jimmy Choo is planning to unveil its latest innovation: not a new heel height or shape, but a collection of crystal clip-ons, buttons and bracelets that can decorate pumps and clutches and peep-toe ankle-laced stilettos (even slip-on skater shoes), the better to luxe up an otherwise simple pair of shoes according to individual desire.
The rise of D.I.Y fashion trend encourages people to refind and express each's own selves and personal style. – scarlet991229
“People really want to show their personality, and have something a little different,” said Sandra Choi, Jimmy Choo’s creative director.
This follows the introduction of Gucci DIY stage 2, a service in the brand’s flagship store in Milan that allows customization of jackets, tuxedos, coats and shoes. We are entering an era of fashion DIY. Many industry insiders think it is just the beginning. 6 ways Michigan residents are already impacted by coronavirus. There has yet to be a confirmed case of COVID-19 coronavirus in Michigan.
It increases the online purchase using online website mall such as Amazon.com or Ebay.com that does not require people to go outside. Furthermore, since people got opportunity to have most of the time staying at home, it gives them more chances to develop artisanal sides, such as recreating, re-decorating, customizing, etc. – scarlet991229
Et donc quel sera l'impact sur les consommateurs? – mariepd
Avec le grand impact du coronavirus au monde, les gens tentent de rester la plupart du temps à la maison et évitent de sortir, surtout les endroits publics et peuplés. En effet, la marché de la mode passe évidemment par le manque de clients ainsi. – scarlet991229
But Michigan residents are still being impacted directly and indirectly by the epidemic, from the businesses that do business with China, to vacation plans, to the stock market.
What Michiganders need to know about coronavirus It’s a sign of how globalization now means that events halfway across the world can have reverberate here. Global fashion industry facing a 'nightmare' Image copyright BFC / Getty Images Luxury goods makers are anticipating significant losses due to the coronavirus outbreak, while High Street retailers could see new collections delayed by months. The global fashion industry is worth £2tn ($1.5tn) and it brings the UK more than £30bn a year in revenues.
According to investment bank Jefferies, Chinese consumers make up 80% of growth in the market. "It's a nightmare," said Flavio Cereda, a managing director at Jeffries. The power of the Chinese consumer has grown over the last decade and now accounts for 38% of the global fashion industry. Pearltree visite musee. How BTS Is Taking Over the World. Video Player is loading. Greta Thunberg: TIME's Person of the Year 2019.
Anglais- with the massive ecological movement that is actually very active, people gets to aware and be sensitive of with what their clothe is made of and what substance the clothe contains, to protect the eco-environment. – scarlet991229