It Looks Like Kendall Jenner Is a Fan of 2020’s Most Popular Fashion Trend

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If you’ve been easing your way back into actual clothes — AKA stuff that doesn’t involve the words “stretchy,” “sweat,” or “pajama-like” — perhaps Kendall Jenner can serve as some inspiration. The model seemed to find the best of both worlds on Monday night as she grabbed dinner at Nobu in Malibu. While her oversized Mango jacket looked both cute and cozy, she spiced up the look with the help of a slightly sheer, cropped T-shirt and some cream leather pants.

Still, it was impossible for our eyes not to lock in on Jenner’s bold footwear choice. While most of the world is still finding comfort in UGG boots and

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New Clothing Start-Up, Frankly, Is Making the Pandemic’s Braless Trend Permanent

CHICAGO, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — With new work-from-home policies and fewer excuses to go out, many women have been opting out of bras and into a more comfortable lifestyle during the pandemic. Frankly, a clothing start-up, aims to make this shift permanent with their new collection of braless clothing – launching today on Kickstarter.

While some may argue athleisure is here to stay, co-founders Jane Dong and Heather Eaton are confident the joy of dressing up won’t disappear any time soon. Especially if it just became easier. With Frankly, women can have the best of both worlds: the ease of loungewear and the chic look of designer clothing.

“Women shouldn’t have to choose between style and comfort,” COO Jane Dong says. “That’s why we’re designing fashionable clothing that has the same support bras offer, but without the discomfort or inconvenience.”

Frankly’s debut line features an array of

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Crocs Are the World’s Biggest Fashion Trend, So Buy CROX Stock

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For over a year now, I’ve been pounding on the table about Crocs (NASDAQ:CROX) , saying that the “ugly” sandal maker is a having a seminal moment in fashion and that the brand is on the cusp of becoming the next big thing in the footwear world. Indeed, I’ve even said that CROX stock is turning into the next Nike (NYSE:NKE).

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Ostensibly, it’s a bold claim. And it has naturally been met with tons of skepticism.

But guess what?

It’s also been an enormously profitable claim to date. CROX stock currently trades at decade highs, and is up 63% over the past year, 145% over the past two years, and 390% over the past three years.

The Crocs fashion wave won’t end anytime soon. Nor will the huge gains in CROX stock.

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The Poet Blouse Is the Spring 2021 Trend Worth Shopping Now

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Somewhere in between worrying about the pandemic and worrying about the presidential election, something fun flew right on by: Spring 2021 Fashion Month. Despite being full of safety precautions and relying heavily on virtual presentations, there were still plenty of gorgeous designs to “ooh” and “ahh” over, as well as a new batch of trends we can’t wait to follow.

If you’re still playing catch-up on all that went down, not to worry. InStyle spoke to Shopbop’s Fashion Director, Caroline Maguire, for a streamlined guide on what’s “in” and what’s “out” — and what’s worth shopping, ASAP.

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From puff-sleeves to prints to poet blouses, here’s what to keep an eye out for during your next joyful shopping spiral.

What are some dress trends you’ve noticed throughout Spring 2021 Fashion Month?

We’re noticing a ton of

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Fungus May Be Fall’s Hottest Fashion Trend

It may be fashion week in Paris, with showgoers in face coverings parsing runway looks from the latest designer ready-to-wear collections, but several thousand miles away from the French capital, out of the dank, dark belly of an industrial hangar, a potentially more momentous industry trend is … growing.

Mushroom leather might not sound stylish. But Bolt Threads, a start-up that specializes in developing next-generation fibers inspired by nature, is one of a growing number of companies convinced that the material is a viable replacement — in both form and function — for animal-sourced and synthetic skins.

In 2018, Bolt Threads began producing limited-edition products made from Mylo, a material made from mycelium, the branching network of threadlike cells that underpins all fungi. Now they are preparing to bring that technology to the world, thanks to an unconventional consortium of backers (and rivals) from across the fashion spectrum.

This week,

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Fall 2020’s Biggest Shopping Trend Is Vintage Fashion

Vintage shopping is still on the rise. Lyst has released its latest data drop from the month of September, finding that there had been a 104% increase in search terms related to secondhand fashion.

Vintage bags and accessories from designer labels also enjoyed a bump last month. Fendi’s ’90s-era baguette bag continues to rise in searches, growing 40% each month, while Chanel’s classic quilted double-flap bag had over 2,000 page views during September.

It’s not just high-end brands shoppers are looking for when it comes to secondhand style. Search terms like “vintage fashion” and “slow fashion” have made enormous social impressions and taken up the bulk of searches, which could mean that consumers are becoming more conscious when it comes to spending money.

While many department stores and brands struggled to stay afloat during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in many companies filing for bankruptcy, online resale actually

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To cope with pandemic stress, many women turned to alcohol, continuing a worrying trend

Alcohol-related deaths are on the rise in the U.S., a report published Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds.

The report, from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, found that deaths from alcohol use increased by 43 percent from 2006 to 2018.

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The findings, which don’t include data from this year, come as other research highlights how drinking remains a problem for many in the U.S., particularly among women.

Indeed, the CDC report found that the impact was greatest on women. “While rates were higher for males than females for each year,” the study authors wrote, “the rate of change was greater for females.”

The report didn’t give reasons for the increase among women, but it suggested that women living far outside city limits may have been more at risk. “From 2000 through 2018, greater percentage increases in the rates

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Smart Clothing Market Rising Globally at a CAGR of 74.0% with New Innovation, Latest Trend, Technology and Research 2020 to 2026

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Sep 30, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The Market Insights Reports has published the obtainability of a new statistical data to its repository titled as, Smart Clothing Market. It provides the industry overview with market growth analysis with a historical & futuristic perspective for the following parameters; cost, revenue, demands, and supply data (as applicable). Furthermore, the report also sheds light on recent developments and technological platforms, in addition to distinctive tools, and methodologies that will help to propel the performance of industries. The report also presents forecasts for Smart Clothing investments from 2020 to 2026.

The global Smart Clothing market is valued at US$ 110.7 million in 2020 is expected to reach US$ 5527 million by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of 74.0% during 2021-2026.

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Kim Kardashian & More Rock Monochromatic Fashion Trend





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Protective Clothing Market 2020 Share, Size, Regional Trend, Future Growth, Leading Players Updates, Demand by Forecast to 2026

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Sep 28, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Protective Clothing Market size wasUSD 12.48 billionin 2019 and is projected to reachUSD 34.31 billionby 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 14% during the forecast period.

The global protective clothing market size is anticipated to be driven by the rising government norms worldwide to maintain workplace safety, especially in the manufacturing, food processing, construction, healthcare, and chemical industries. Also, the increasing cases of accidental injuries and mortalities would affect the market positively.

Rising Usage of Protective Clothing to Prevent Injuries will Drive the Chemicals Segment

Based on end use, the market is fragmented into oil and gas, firefighters, chemical, pharmaceutical, and others. Amongst these, the chemical segment is expected to procure the largest share owing to the increasing usage of protective clothing in the chemical industry for preventing

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