An era defined by free love, music parents hated and an “if it feels good, do it” attitude, sixties Hippie counter culture is back. Sartorially, this was a movement bound by self-expression so what was the number one garb for elite nonconformists? Tie-dye, of course. With its roots in ancient forms of “resist-dyeing”, the free-spirited tinting technique reached peak popularity in the 70s followed by a short stint in the 90s thanks to a surge in youthful rebellion and…Continue
We’ve all heard the jokes – Dundrum, a haven for teens and yummy mummies and their armies of buggies but lately there’s been a welcome shift in focus from the South Dublin shopping centre, with a whole host of new stores and brands aimed at the guys.
New store openings and brands at Dundrum offers a lot for sartorial sirs these days and for their menswear edition, Weekend magazine commissioned a shoot to explore how to achieve different looks ....and we came up with a different one…Continue
A unique group of young fashion bloggers and designers recently visited Israel to learn more about the country’s fashion industry and diverse culture. Hailing from the Philippines, Korea, Kenya, Japan, Brazil, Spain, France, Germany, Russia, and the UK, the 10 participants toured the country and met with top Israeli fashion designers throughout last week.