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The handmade knitwear Maiami is our Fall crush

Like the handmade knitwear label Maiami, we also believe slow fashion is the new luxury. The German brand Maiami makes beautiful hand-knitted pullovers, cardigans and accessories in the softest natural wool, cashmere, mohair and alpaca. Maiami's founder, Maike Dietrich loves knitting. After more and more friends kept asking her to make them pullovers, she decided to …

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How did Modest fashion become mainstream?

Photo: Shutterstock If you purchase something through the links in this post, Notorious-mag will get a commission. Modest fashion, that used to be a specialised fashion for mainly Orthodox Jews and Christians, and Muslim consumers, has become mainstream. In fact, many luxury fashion houses are already catering to this growing market that generates more than 44 billion in annual …

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Decoding the Asian-Girl style

All photos via Shutterstock We are obsessed with the Asian-Girl style! It is fun; it is bold and full of zest. Aren’t we all tired of the“Ladies who lunch“ perfect look? Asian celebrities such as the South-Korean members of the pop group Blackpink and the Japanese pink-haired identical twins, Ami and Aya, have caught everyone’s attention …

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We’re in love with monk sandals

If you purchase something through the links in this post, Notorious-mag will get a commission. In a time of statement shoes embellished with all sorts of things, platforms and sculptural heels, why not run the opposite direction and draw everyone’s attention by wearing plain flat Monk Sandals? You know, those almost spartan sandals, made in plain tan or black …

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So, Scribbled-On Sneakers Are A Thing Now

Drawn-, painted- or scribbled-on garments and shoes are nothing new in fashion. They have their origin in the punk scene of the late 80s to early 90s when they were a statement of rebellion against conformism. Obviously, it didn’t take long until this act of anarchy attracted interest at designers. Maison Margiela brought out its …

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