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The runway show gained its inspiration from the award-winning HBO series Game of Thrones, drawing symbolism from Khaleesi and “breaking the chains” that fast fashion polluters have put us in. The runway was littered with snowflakes and plastic bottles, drawing parallels to the inevitable consequences that will ensue as fast fashion, and its landfill waste byproduct, continue to grow. CODO’s models walked confidently down the runway, feeling beautiful and powerful while knowing their fashion choices are environmentally conscious. As they made their return off the runway, they picked up plastic bottles and placed them in reusable canvas shopping bags marked with the CODO sustainable logo... read more
Cashmere is known for its incredibly soft and warm yet lightweight and breathable qualities, making it a must-have fabric for any fall and winter closet. Higher grade cashmere is also very durable and elastic so it holds its shape well over time, allowing the wearer to enjoy its high quality and warmth for years to come. However, these qualities along with the complicated, time and labor intensive cashmere production methods make the material very expensive. It is normal to see cashmere sweaters in luxury designer retail stores priced at several hundred, even... read more
We see brightly lit displays and mannequins showing off brand new clothing. We are constantly fed images of new fashion trends on social media, every day consuming the words of celebs and influencers telling us what we should be wearing. We are overtaken by “shopper’s buzz” when we swipe our credit cards and walk out of stores with what you are convinced is the latest trending, must-have outfit...only to rinse and repeat the next day. read more
With more and more consumers becoming conscious of the atrocious conditions in fast fashion and counterfeit factories, as well as the horrible crime syndicates the fake industry promotes, the less this terrible industry will affect our beloved luxury fashion... read more
Many of our favorite Gucci products, from their iconic belts to their staple handbags are not made out of canvas, however. Many vintage Gucci products were constructed with pigskin, calf and exotic leathers imported from different parts of the world. Today's Gucci leather is the ultra-luxurious Guccissima leather, meaning “the most Gucci” in Italian. It was introduced in 2006 by then Creative Director Frida Giannini. It features... read more
Exotic skin handbags tend to be incredibly rare and extremely expensive, particularly if you are buying them new. Restrictions on the use of exotic leathers in fashion coupled with designers such as Chanel discontinuing their exotic handbags caused huge price increases. Hermes is well known for their crocodile and alligator Birkin and Kelly bags, but releases them so far and few in between that buying them new is almost impossible.That said buying exotic leather handbags from retail is a mistake for many reasons... read more
There’s a lot to love about the fall season, especially the opportunity to layer up and show off your style without melting in the summer heat. With so many choices and styles to wear, it can become difficult to choose your outfits. But don’t worry: we are here to help! Here are some Fall Fashion tips..... read more
You may think your fashion habits are no big deal, but when you combine the world’s fast-fashion addiction, nearly 11 million clothing items end up in landfills every week. Due to its constant growth and high demand, fashion is one of the world’s top polluting industries, especially with.... read more
They’re jaw dropping, awe-inspiring and undeniably luxurious. Their names are synonymous with some of the most greatest style icons to ever live. They are the Hermes Birkin and Kelly bags, and they are actually some of the best investments you could ever make—if you can get your hands on one.A golden rule of investment is.... read more
The Hermes scarf is an icon of luxury fashion and is a must-have for any wardrobe. While they are made from incredibly high quality silk, the Hermes scarf’s specialty is its flexibility. It can be dressed up or down, worn around the neck, over your hair or even...... read more
Resale is on the rise: the $24 Billion market is expected to reach $51 Billion by 2023—that’s some 10 percent of the retail market. What do these astonishing numbers mean for the fashion world? Times and trends are changing. More and more women are choosing the resale market for their designer wardrobes. In fact.... read more
Louis Vuitton is one of the oldest names in luxury fashion, yet to this day it maintains its spot in the “Big Three”, alongside fashion powerhouses Chanel and Hermès. Since its inception in 1854, Louis Vuitton has come a long way from making its quintessential high quality, incredibly durable and stylish luggage trunks. However..... read more
The Birkin bag is the ultimate fashion status symbol, guaranteed to turn heads and invite awe-inspired gazes everywhere it goes. However, few people really know the truth: that the Birkin’s legendary status today comes from rather humble beginnings and a chance encounter. .... read more
You might have heard that the Hermes Birkin bag is worth its weight in gold…but it turns out that this is a massive understatement. The empty Birkin weighs in at around two pounds; the same weight in gold today amounts to some $37,500. The most expensive handbag ever sold at auction—fetching over..... read more
This guide contains everything you need to know about those Chanel bags that make for the best investment pieces. Below you will find sizing, styles and quick descriptions on what makes the bag an asset.... read more
In a time when societal standards prevented women from shoulder carrying their bags, the visionary Coco Chanel wanted to go hands-free. Inspired by military satchels of the time, featuring diamond-patterned leather, rectangular metal locking mechanism and a lengthy, all-chain strap to be worn on the shoulder, Chanel released..... read more
When Karl assumed the reins of Chanel’s creative director in 1983, he breathed new life into the French house, which was on a path of steady decline following Coco Chanel’s death in 1971. His creative genius allowed him to take.... read more
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