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Mike Amiri is an American/Iranian fashion designer who began his career handcrafting stage pieces for iconic hard rockers such as Axl Rose and Steven Tyler. His rock ‘n’ rock aesthetic led him to design an exclusive capsule collection for the LA-concept store, Maxfield, marking the launch of his eponymous luxury fashion line, AMIRI, in 2014. With that debut collection, Amiri established a distinct design signature with his deconstructed, hand-embellished denim jeans, leather jackets, grungy flannel shirting and graphic tee-shirts. The designer's early DIY sensibility evolved into a studied and distinct savoir-faire, and today, his menswear and womenswear lines are revered for their refined sense of craftsmanship and recognised for embodying the glamorous ethos of LA's authentic streetwear culture. Amiri currently presents a collection bi-annually at Paris Fashion Week and the ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories are available from some of the most renowned retailers worldwide, such as Bergdorf Goodman in New York, Galeries Lafayette in Paris, Selfridges in London and Joyce in Hong Kong. Since 2018, Mike Amiri has been a member of the CFDA, when he was nominated for the Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent at the CFDA Fashion Awards. That same year, he was honored with the Emerging Talent Award at the Footwear News Achievement Awards. In 2019, Mike Amiri was nominated for the Menswear Designer of the Year at the CFDA Fashion Awards.
Bolongaro Trevor is a fashion brand from Kait Bolongaro and Stuart Trevor, original founders and former designers behind retail group AllSaints. They sold the business to investors in 2016 and now have no association with the brand Bolongaro Trevor was launched by the couple in 2006, after they sold their shares in AllSaints. T The brand takes design inspiration from Victorian London, as well as vintage military wear.Stuart Trevor attended Nottingham Trent University and graduated in 1988 with a BA in fashion design. Following university he served as head of menswear at Reiss for seven years. before he went on to found AllSaints in 1994. Kait Bolongaro studied at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication and graduated in 1990, she then subsequently earned an MA in Fashion Design from the Royal College of Art in 1992, following this, she joined Trevor at AllSaints in 1996. The brand is known for its celebrity following with the likes of Daisy Lowe, Gwen Stefani, Courtney Love, Liam Gallagher, Leighton Meester, Helena Bonham Carter, The Who and The Libertines wearing it. The company has previously shown at London Fashion Week in 2010, as well as frequenting the French trade show; Tranoï. The fashion brand now has eight stores, five in London; Old Spitalfields Market, Broadwick Street off Carnaby Street, Westbourne Grove off Portobello Market, Seven Dials and Richmond. They then have subsequent stores in Birmingham, Leeds and Nottingham, with plans as of October 2013 to open further stores across Britain and internationally over the following five years. Bolongaro Trevor has also been stocked in Selfridges, the world-famous department store, as well as internationally in cities such as Tokyo, Paris, Stockholm and New York.Bolongaro & Trevor is now being run by Muhammad Omar Jalil a graduate from London school of Economics. Kait Bolongaro and Stuart Trevor have had no involvement or association with the brand after selling it to the Jalil family in early 2016 The business has achieved a year on year growth of over 66 percent since 2016 and is presently being sold in Europe and US with plans to launch in Middle East end 2019.
Karl Otto Lagerfeld (German pronunciation: [kaʁl ˈɔto ˈlaːɡɐˌfɛlt] (listen); 10 September 1933 – 19 February 2019) was a German creative director, fashion designer, artist, photographer, and caricaturist who lived in Paris.He was known as the creative director of the French fashion house Chanel, a position held from 1983 until his death, and was also creative director of the Italian fur and leather goods fashion house Fendi, and of his own eponymous fashion label. He collaborated on a variety of fashion and art-related projects. Lagerfeld was recognized for his signature white hair, black sunglasses, fingerless gloves, and high, starched, detachable collars.
Fashion Victim is a term claimed to have been coined by Oscar de la Renta that is used to identify a person who is unable to identify commonly recognized boundaries of style. Fashion victims are victims because they are vulnerable to faddishness and materialism, two of the widely recognized excesses of fashion, and consequently are at the mercy of society's prejudices or of the commercial interest of the fashion industry, or of both. According to Versace, "When a woman alters her look too much from season to season, she becomes a fashion victim."
Balmain is a fashion house that was founded by Pierre Balmain. In the period following World War II, Pierre Balmain was "a king of French fashion" and outfitted stars including Ava Gardner and Brigitte Bardot and the Nicaraguan first lady Hope Portocarrero. His most famous client was Queen Sirikit of Thailand. After Pierre Balmain's death in 1982, the house was led by Erik Mortensen, described by Vogue as Pierre Balmain's "right hand." Oscar de la Renta led the house between 1993 and 2002. Under Pierre Balmain, Mortensen, and de la Renta, the house was known for its classic, luxurious designs. Until 2011, the house was led by designer Christophe Decarnin, whose vision for the house is more modern and edgier. In April 2011, the fashion house announced that Decarnin was succeeded by Olivier Rousteing. Around 2008 and 2009, the clothing line became extremely popular both among fashion magazines, runways and celebrities. His 2010 collection, shown during Paris fashion week, was said to be "totally retro" and "[brought] back the glitz and glitter of the 1970s disco era." In the song, Where Do You Go To? by Peter Sarstedt he says in the lyrics, "Your clothes are all made by Balmain"
Lucire is a fashion magazine that originally began on the web in 1997, branching into a monthly print edition in its home country of New Zealand in 2004. It is the first fashion partner with the UNEP, an arrangement that began in 2003. At its launch, it was the second online fashion title in New Zealand, and the first commercial fashion magazine on the web there. It claims to be the first fashion title to extend its brand from the internet into print, and the first website to launch print editions in more than one country. An unusual claim is that Lucire is the first national consumer publication in New Zealand to use exclusively typefaces designed and produced domestically. Samantha Hannah edits the "master" print edition in New Zealand. Summer Rayne Oakes was made the US Editor in 2007 and subsequently editor-at-large. Previous positions were staffed by Stevie Wilson, who served as US Editor, Catherine Rigod, who filled the role of West Coast Editor and Richard Spiegel, who worked as a New York based photojournalist, among others. Lucire was founded by Jack Yan, who continues to serve as Publisher.
To stay or cause to stay at a distance (from).
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The observation that objects in motion tend to stay in motion, and objects at rest tend to stay at rest unless an outside force acts upon them.
a power tool with a shaped cutter; used in carpentry for cutting grooves
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a sailing ship (usually rigged like a sloop or cutter) used in fishing and sailing along the coast
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a cutter (tool for cutting) for floor tiles
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a stay or suspension of proceedings; an order for a stay of proceedings
— Webster Dictionary
a term used in the phrase triatic stay. See under Stay
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to stay or rest in expectation; to stop or remain stationary till the arrival of some person or event; to rest in patience; to stay; not to depart
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An irregular seam. The mark left by the moulds upon cast bullets. (Short for fashion--ship-fashion, soldier-fashion.)
— Dictionary of Nautical Terms