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Fashion won’t correct I Never Dreamed I’d Grow Up To Be A Daughter In Law Living The Dream shirt. its imbalances overnight, but change-makers are emerging. One is Resonance, a vertically integrated platform for sustainable, on-demand fashion production, which just announced a new initiative to “empower 10 creators of color to build and launch their own fashion brands by August 2020.” Applications for Be Resonant opened last night, and later this month selected brands will be given in cash and services. They’ll spend the month of July developing their collections and will officially launch their brands in the fall.
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Both Miuccia Prada and Ludovic de Saint Sernin posited the towel-as-garment for spring 2020, wrapping terry cloth minis around models’ waists I Never Dreamed I’d Grow Up To Be A Daughter In Law Living The Dream shirt. Amidst the upper-crust-on-holiday leather suits and proper gold-chain handbags of Miuccia Prada’s arte povera via Positano show was model Silte Haken in a white towel, folded over and cinched at her left hip. It was styled with a seashell-as-pearl necklace, a simple knit top, and a pair of woven loafers. In its mid-to-late-century iteration, a towel was often a shorthand for glamorous escapism—think of Vogue’s 1966 images of Contessa Brandolini d’Adda in her Venetian palazzo, hair wrapped up in a white towel, or the many ’80s babes that appeared in our magazine running, tanning, and primping with a towel dutifully wrapped around their middle. Prada’s towel skirt—available for purchase with a PR monogram (add your own “ADA”)—feels like a continuation of that idea, a declaration that elegance must be present even poolside.