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ICYMI: Y/Project's denim underwear, Shanghai Fashion Week's new wave, and Tracee Ellis Ross's triumph

ICYMI: Y/Project's denim underwear, Shanghai Fashion Week's new wave, and Tracee Ellis Ross's triumph

Fashion by the 'gram

Text: Ryan Sng


Image: Instagram | @han_sansi

1. Y/Project made headlines — again — with their 315USD denim underwear.
*doesn't know how to feel, panics*

 

 

2. The Business of Fashion crowned Caroline Hu the winner of its inaugural China Prize.
Hu's finely-detailed, high-romance creations evidently went down a storm with judges.

 

 

3. Haizhen Wang and Xu Zhi wowed at Shanghai Fashion Week.
The designers mounted two of SHFW fall/winter 2019's most sophisticated and technically-accomplished collections, with the support of Swarovski.

 

 

 

4. The Face announced its return, in both digital and quarterly print formats.
In its 80s-90s heyday, the British magazine was a notable platform for emerging names, among them Kate Moss, photographer Corinne Day, and Juergen Teller.

 

 

5. Tracee Ellis Ross proved that, once again, a sense of fun goes a long way in fashion.
The Black-ish actress bagged an NAACP Image award, looking extravagantly chic in Marc Jacobs.

 

 

6. Pharrell Williams dropped his capsule collection for Chanel.
He also performed at the brand's spanking-new Seoul flagship, where the unveiling took place.

 

 

7. Roberto Cavalli pulled out of North America.
Fashion's Wheel of Fortune continues to turn; after filing for liquidation bankruptcy and suffering an executive exodus, the company is allegedly in search of investors.

 

In case you missed it, catch up on last week.