Category: Fashion Shop

Inside the booming Irish market for pre-loved fashion

“There is often no need to choose between affordable and luxurious when it comes to pre-loved,” states Ella De Guzman, founder of Siopaella, a boutique that specializes in second-hand Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermès accessories. One of the most well-known faces on the Irish preloved scene, Ella honed her craft in her native Canada before spotting a gap in the Irish market.

She made a bold move opening her first store in Dublin at the start of the recession, but has never looked back. “The meaning of the Irish word eile is ‘other’ so I felt the name was a perfect fit, as we represented another way to shop high-end accessories when we first opened,” Ella says.

The appetite here at home and across the globe for pre-loved investment pieces has skyrocketed since. According to The RealReal 2021 Resale Report, it is “expected to grow faster than the broader retail

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Azazie Is Recognized as America’s Fastest Growing Online Shop by Newsweek

SAN JOSE, Calif., July 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Azaziethe leading direct-to-consumer bridal and special occasion dress brand, has been recognized as one of Newsweek’s America’s Fastest Growing Online Shops 2022 in the women’s fashion and accessories category. This renowned award is presented by Newsweek and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider.

America’s Fastest Growing Online Shops 2022 were selected based on an evaluation consisting of objective KPI’s based on Sales, Traffic, and Platform Quality. In total, more than 10,000 of the largest online shops were evaluated using Statista and online databases, online directories and price comparison websites, with Azazie coming in at the top 10%.

“We’re honored to have been named by Newsweek as one of the fastest growing online shops in 2022,” said Ranu Coleman, Chief Marketing Officer of Azazie. “We’ve had an exciting year of new partnerships, advanced technologies, international expansion

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‘Meta Moina’ brings fashion and art in the Metaverse Age

Earlier today, an inauguration ceremony for Meta Moina, the first Bangladeshi high-fashion and art NFT digital space, was held at the Bistro E Club room in Dhaka. This is the first of its kind concept shop, that has been created by Bangladesh’s first Web 3.0 fashion label #1972nineteenseventytwo.

The platform was founded by Bangladeshi designer, art aficionado and entrepreneur, Niharika Momtaz, who is also the founder of #1972nineteenseventytwo. Using Niharika’s collection of ‘Phygital’ wearable sculptures, meta moina is redefining the fashion industry by optimizing products through a socially and environmentally engaged lens.

In the last 12 to 24 months, the fashion industry has been completely transformed. #1972nineteenseventytwo, the fashion label that embraces Web3.0 and NFTs looks to be a part of the next transformation of the digital world.

Meta Moina will represent international designers and NFT artists, including

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Rebecca Vallance Dreams, Designs And Dresses The World One Impeccably Tailored Suit At a Time

There’s truly nothing more empowering and sexy than wearing a Rebecca Vallance suit | INSTAGRAM / @rebeccavallancegasan

REBECCA VALLANCE has spent some time dreaming. Whether it be about basking under the late afternoon Mediterranean sun (her husband is Maltese), conjuring up her next radiant retail space or conceptualising her eponymous label’s latest collection; Vallance often longs for “light and joy.” Such idealisms couldn’t be more palpable than through the pops of colour, ruffled hemlines and discreetly sexy silhouettes of her Pre-Spring 2022 range. Following a “very long lockdown” Vallance wanted to celebrate the fun and frivolity of the ’70s and ’80s — where she found a muse in Anjelica Huston, circa her glamorous supermodel days.


“These days, fashion is about fantasy. So we’re creating something that has a fantasy and a dream-like aspect,” Vallance told Harper’s BAZAAR Australia/New Zealand during the unveiling of her new Flagship Chadstone store. A particular

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For These Jewelry Designers, All That Glitters Isn’t Gold

While metals, gemstones and pearls have been the staples of jewelry design for centuries, some makers are now finding inspiration in more unusual materials, such as glass, horn and wood. Even soda cans.

“Disposable cans and plastics have been considered inadequate for jewelry,” said Eunseok Han, a jewelry artist based in Seoul. “However, I thought we could make beautiful jewelry with these discarded non-precious materials.”

Here are the stories of Ms. Han and four other designers who are working to elevate unconventional materials to jewelry art.

Seoul, South Korea

“I started making jewelry with recycled cans in 2020, when the Covid-19 pandemic began,” Ms. Han, 49, said in a video interview from her atelier in the Korean capital. She noted that she had been thinking about working with discarded objects for some time, but the environmental improvements that occurred during the early lockdowns — like the global decline

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