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STYLIST CLARE BYRNE IS SEEKING A FASHION INTERN IN NEW YORK! Well known stylist Clare Byrne is looking for fashion interns that are motivated, proactive and are interested in gaining a hands on experience in their Manhattan based office, who contributes to numerous publications such as W magazine, V man, Teen Vogue, Vogue China, Dazed and Another magazine.  Experience will extend beyond magazine editorial to include advertising clients such as Lacoste, Chanel, Barneys, Helmut Lang, AREA (show styling and consulting), Kenzo and others."As we are a small and busy team - interns can expect to gain a number of skills and take on a number of responsibilities, acquiring on-set experience on photoshoots for both magazines and advertising campaigns." Clare Byrne Office says.General responsibilities include sample...

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We all have them. Those reliable jersey tops with round or v-shaped necklines. They've found their way into our wardrobes as essentials at work, on the town or simply hanging out at the home.   To celebrate our introduction to the t-shirt industry we'd like to note of some history and iconic wearers of the classic fashion workhorse.   Surpassing the union suit as the preferred undergarment in the early 1900's, the T-shirt was first issued by the navy to be worn underneath their uniforms. Miners and agricultural workers then adopted it as a lightweight garment that could be worn in hot conditions. UNION SUIT NAVY SOLIDER IN TSHIRT circa 1940s Throughout the 1920s soldiers were commonly seen wearing just...

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The Seven Bill Cunningham's Photo That Reshaped Fashion

There's no doubt that Bill Cunningham is an fashion icon, and getting photographed by him is most fashion enthusiasts' dream.  Although we lost him on June 25, 2016, his legacy is one that the world will never forget.   Bill Cunningham, completely not driven by fame, documented fashion and captured those influences fashion in the most authentic way - the street style of New York that would probably remain unveiled without him.   Here are seven most iconic photographs from him: Photo credit: Bill Cunningham. Image courtesy New-York Historical Society. Editta Sherman on the Subway Photo credit: Bill Cunningham. Image courtesy New-York Historical Society. St. Paul’s Chapel, New York City Photo credit: Bill Cunningham. Image courtesy New-York Historical Society. Federal Hall, New York City Photo credit:...

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