What do you mean when you say you have never seen anything like the presentation at the Portland Fashion and Style Awards? It was incredibly awkward and hard to watch...
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Love the Alpaca and the hood!
Oh my god is this a joke? Who has that kind of money to blow on stuff you could get at a thrift shop for a couple bucks? An $85 scarf? A plaino ugly sweater for $120?
@Polly Nation-I agree but, I think in this case it is the author using "Native American Inspired" as a descriptive term, rather than the jeweler about her work. This line doesn't seem very influenced by Native artistry, it's a shame that writers and creators are still using this phrase. If the artist herself is claiming that her work is influenced by Native cultures, a good journalist should consider what promoting their work really means.
"Native American/Art Deco-inspired jewelry" is a way of attempting to circumvent the 1990 American Indian Arts & Crafts Act, which says only Native American artists can say they create Native American art. Don't accept substitute this holiday season—buy actual Native American art by Native American artists, not imposters.
No tie should cost over $12.99.
I'm glad skinny ties are back, but any one of these would exceed my total annual clothing budget.
They are one of the only places that I have old school knitting machines in person. (I used to work for their sister company in the same building)
YAY USA/PDX made.
These ALL seem to be for ladies.
This designer has always been such an original. I still remember lusting after one of her cute animal necklaces from well over a decade ago (the pinnacle of twee fashion) that bred many a million rip-offs, to her psychedelic slices of geodes and crystals, to this lovely and much more grown up line. Good for her for always working towards a new vision!
Thanks Marjorie for liking YANE MODE's Vintage Chic collection on FashioNXT, Portland Fashion Show ! Your comments upon our well adopted daily wear to little black dress are greatly appreciated. Our support on animal welfare had been approved on our action for years as an anti-fur designer as well as a brand for charity. YANE MODE show at FashionNXT is benefiting Born Free USA while 10% of the ticket sales by using the code was go to Born Free USA Foundation. We hope high fashion can go fur free one day while YANE MODE is positioning as a high-end luxury fashion for all the animal lovers who also loves high fashion and Hollywood glamour. More about YANE MODE . http://www.yanemode.com
Fashion so much about perspective and vantage point. For another view, read what Hollywood Foreign Press writer Janet Nepales who covers the red carpet at the Golden Globes had to say about FashioNXT:
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Well stated as usual Marjorie. These shows always end up feeling like slickly produced movies with little, if any, plot.
whoa headline typo
There is next to nothing in the way of REAL mentorship in this town. We can't keep talent here, we have tons of great ideas, but nothing sustainable for the long term.
Lookin good girl!
I LOOOOOVE Bridge and Burn but they have got to start putting bust darts in some of the lady coats!
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