During Paris Fashion Week Virgil Abloh’s label Off-White made a political, social and cultural statement worth listening to.
Throughout history, fashion has been one of the biggest indicators to the political culture at that time. The rebellious ‘60s echoed society’s sentiments of peace and love with its bell-bottoms and free-flowing hair, while baggy streetwear and oversized jackets were a direct reflection of the hip-hop and urban influence of the ‘90s. So what does fashion today say about the world in which we live?
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Magic Million's newest ambassador is trying her hand at a new type of horse play.
Her career achievements read like a rollcall of racing accolades: successful TV commentator for Channel Seven’s equine events; host of CNN’s Winning Post, a documentary-style segment that took her all around the world; and now ambassador for Magic Millions, a new role that will see her getting back in the saddle, albeit for something slightly different.
I’ve been living in Paris now for four years and while I wouldn’t exactly call myself a ‘Parisienne’, I definitely call Paris home.
When I first arrived, I was all about snapping selfies at Ladurée on the Champs Élysées, asking other tourists for photos as I posed with wine and cheese under the Eiffel Tower and even put on a love lock on the Pont des Arts. Yes, I was a walking cliché.