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Time flies in the
fast fashion lane. Just 20 years ago, we didn't have Proenza Schouler, Miu Miu, or Marc Jacobs. And 60 years ago? There were no Diane von Furstenberg or Yves Saint Laurent labels in sight.
The fashion landscape has changed so many times in recent history that even if you considered yourself a fashion savant now, the industry just five years ago might look like foreign territory. So, for a brand to have reinvented itself, survived, and succeeded since its inception is a huge feat.
Many old-school brands — the ones you look for while vintage shopping — have experienced a recent moment in the sun. Ahead, we feature five heritage brands that are designing some new, exciting things and prove that age ain't nothing but a number!
Marc Jacobs and Zana Bayne are making it even easier to explore your kinky side this Valentine’s Day. The ready-to-wear designer teamed up with Bayne — who's renowned for her provocative lingerie — on a six-piece capsule featuring leather heart-shaped pasties, collars, and cuffs that are decidedly naughty, not nice. read
Whether you’re an
organic-or-bust kind of gal or you’re just starting to ponder the benefits of
pesticide-free produce, chances are there are some all-natural products you’re just not convinced work as well as their conventional counterparts. Like
aluminum-free deodorant. Or, cleansers that’ll supposedly disinfect read