For more info: http://www.FashionAvenueNews.com
This event will be live streamed to Facebook @FashionAvenueNews at 7:00pm
Fashion Futurum Conference is to be a platform for both Russian and international industry leaders, visionaries and key fashion players to share their experiences and views on the current state of fashion industry around the world and its role as a driver of creative economy. It could help to revolutionize the Russian fashion economy which should play the significant role on USD 60 billion textile and apparel market in Russia. Alexander Shumsky, founder of the Fashion Futurum and President of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia, is addressing this problem with 9 panel sessions. A separate topic for each panel session will be discussed. Topics include new educational standards, government support of the industry, innovative and sustainable production, new technologies, role of fashion clusters, importance of creative process in fashion business, young talents and independent brands, the future of fashion weeks, etc.
Among the speakers of the Conference:
Mario Boselli (Honorary President of Camera Nazionale Della Moda Italiana), Carlo Capasa (President of Camera Nazionale Della Moda Italiana), Nadya Valeva (President of European Fashion Council), Ignacio Sierra (President of European Branded Clothing Alliance EBCA, Belgium; Director General of Grupo Cortefiel, Spain), Stefan Siegel (Founder & CEO of Not Just A Label, Great Britain), Sara Maino (Head of Vogue Talents, Italy), Mauro Galligari (Founder & CEO of Studiozeta, Italy), Lars Byrresen Petersen (Digital Director of Visionaire, France), Covadonga O’Shea (Founder, ISEM Fashion Business School, best-selling author, Spain), Danit Peleg (Fashion Designer, Israel), Dr. Amanda Parkes (Chief of Technology & Research, Manufacture NY, USA), Filippo Ceroni (CEO of Grazia Bagnaresi, Italy), Danilo Venturi (Dean of Polimoda, Italy), Barbara Trebitsch (Head of Fashion School of Domus Academy, Italy), Sara Azzone (Istituto Europeo Di Design Moda Milan Director, Italy), Eddie Mullon (CEO of Launchmetrics, Founder of Fashion GPS, USA), Craig Arend (Fashion photographer, consultant, Virtual Reality expert, USA), Carl Waldekranz (CEO of Tictail, Sweden), Kaat Debo (Director & curator, Mode Museum Antwerpen, Belgium), Dr. Kate Bethune, (Senior Fashion Researcher, Victoria & Albert Museum, Great Britain), Piia Lehtinen (President of the Board of Design District Helsinki, Finland).
Free and Open to the Public
WHAT: A fashion show featuring five of the most successful designers from emerging fashion capitals, in conjunction with The Museum at FIT’s exhibition Global Fashion Capitals. Showing together for the first time in New York, these internationally-acclaimed designers represent the future of global fashion. A panel discussion with the designers will follow, moderated by Ariele Elia and Elizabeth Way, curators of the exhibition.
An international fashion fair featuring designers and industry professionals.
Global Fashion Capitals Conference, with keynote conversation between designer Reem Acra and The Museum at FIT’s director and chief curator Dr. Valerie Steele.
WHEN/WHERE: October 13, 2015
International Fashion Fair
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
FIT – John E. Reeves Great Hall
Enter on 28 Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues
FIT – Haft Auditorium
27 Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues
Global Fashion Capitals Conference Keynote Conversation
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue
Reservations for the fashion show and fair: http://www.fitnyc.edu/24347.asp
The fashion show will be live-streamed for audiences worldwide. Tune in at http://www.fitnyc.edu/24347.asp
For more information and to register for the afternoon session: http://fashioncities.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
ASM Fashion Week International Presents
NY FASHION WEEK
After several years of Industry Experience and a successful International Fashion Career, Designer SAMINA MUGHAL has teamed up with Production and Creative Director AMIT SINGH CHAUHAN to bring you one of the finest Fashion Productions during NY Fashion Week. A platform for Designers to showcase their Collections at an affordable price to an elite audience of Press, Media, Buyers and Fashionista’s during NY Fashion Week. A show to rival some of the best productions in NYC.
We have an amazing team in place; experts in their field who will organize and execute all the details that will make our show a success.
ASM Fashion Week International – NY FASHION WEEK will showcase the
“SAMINA MUGHAL Collection” and feature the collections of several talented International Designers including:
The show will keep you entertained with Live Performances by talented singers:
Additionally, ASM Fashion Week Int. offers an Exclusive opportunity for Designers and Vendors to promote and sell their product at the NY Fashion Week Marketplace which will commence at 3pm and continue until the end of the Fashion Show.
A special celebration will take place the night before the show at our
Opening Night Party and Press Launch on Saturday 12th September from 7pm – 10pm
At the Empire Hotel Rooftop (44 West 63rd St, NYC)
For a PRESS PASS to our events, please RSVP at your earliest convenience to: SaminaMughalCollection@gmail.com
ASM Fashion Week International
James Collins Expert Interview
What are some tips in making working out actually fun?
Working out should always be fun, but if you find it tough to go to the gym then find things within exercise you enjoy. For example, if you like sports, start playing. If you prefer classes than being with everyone in a gym then go to a class. The only problem with that is it’s a very general workout and won’t hit the specific areas you need to hit.
One of the main mistakes I see gym goers do is they do the same routine everyday. This not only gets you nowhere but it’s also very boring. So for the sake of seeing results and making it more fun, constantly change your routine every couple of weeks. Even if you do want to put on weight, you need to not just lift heavy weights every week.
What is the average number of days/week and average minutes/workout women from these different age groups should be working out? Additionally, how should diet change for optimum benefit.
That’s hard to answer because it all depends on what shape your starting point is at any age. Preferably when you are young you workout hard and achieve the body you want so that the rest of your life you are just maintaining it and not having to work so hard at it.
If this is not the case and you are starting from scratch I would say all age groups should be doing the same number of days I would just change the intensity and time actually spent training because a 60-year-old woman cannot workout in the same intensity as an 18 year old.
Ages 18-24: Very High intensity 50mins 4 days a week
Ages 25-31: Very High Intensity 60mins Ages 32-38: Very High Intensity 60mins Ages 38-44: High Intensity 50mins
Ages 45-51: Medium Intensity 45mins
Ages 52-60: Medium Intensity 35mins (or what they can mange)
Is there a benefit to the “mini” work out? You know, 5-10 minutes of exercise fit in periodically during the day? How about the “mini” more frequent meals often recommended?
The mini workouts are great! They are often better than many workouts I see people doing in the gym. It has to be very intense though! Put all you have into that 10-15mins. Usually circuits are best. Muscle gainers- a circuit like this- is good to throw in if you don’t have time for a full workout.
As for the diet, I don’t recommend the frequent meals diet. I feel its nonsense and a gimmick. The most scientifically proven diet that works is the intermittent fast. For two days of every week live on only 500 calories for women and 600 for men in a 24hour period. The health benefits are ridiculous and you’ll see weight fall off, in conjunction with working out. The rest of the week eat what you want, but obviously you should eat healthily. Just don’t worry about your carbs, don’t let them rule your life.
We’ve all had those days where going to the gym is as exciting as clipping our toe nails, and not all of us can afford a personal trainer to gear us into shape. What are your tips and tricks in keeping ourselves motivated for the gym?
Keeping motivated. That’s a tough one; it really comes from within you. You have to want it. Just think about how you’ll feel after the workout and how you’ll enjoy seeing the results in the mirror. Or think about your health, and how we all need to look after ourselves. I do struggle with these days like everyone but something in me just makes me get up and knock out the session. Maybe it’s because I’m being paid for the way I look and I just see those $$ signs. If I don’t workout I don’t live.
What’s the truth about muscle memory? Should a former HS or College athlete return to her sport for the quickest fitness results?
Muscle memory is true. Your body will pick itself up from its slumber very quickly. Think about an athlete who’s been injured for months. They won’t be able to workout much, but once they are better they bounce back as if nothing happened, with a lot of hard work of course. It’s the same for us all, but it’s not memory in your muscles, it’s memories stored in your brain. If you go back to the sport you did at college your body will pick it up very quickly just like the athlete? But if you are thinking that if you were a sprinter at college you’ll be back in that same shape within a couple of weeks you’re mistaken. It will take a lot of hard work to get there. Your body will just remember how to do the movements very well, just maybe not a quickly.
From your experience working with models, as well as us mere mortals, is there one workout that gives result for everyone?
My favorite workout that I have found works for everybody is circuit training at a high intensity. No matter your ability level, everyone can do the same exercises and get great results. You just change the difficulty level depending on the person. They can give a whole body workout or concentrated on one area. Plus they are the most fun I’ve found.
What’s the biggest misconception about models and their diets?
That’s easy, it’s that models don’t eat. Everyone I speak to says that we mustn’t eat to have bodies like this. But it’s just not true, I know some girls who stuff their faces. They just work very hard in the gym and eat the right foods. Male models actually have to eat a lot of food so that they can put on muscle and have these bodies you see. There’s no big secret. It’s like any walk of life, you work hard at something you’ll get results.
Baker Motor Company Charleston Fashion Week 2014, announces its full runway schedule to be held March 18 – 22, 2014 under the tents in Marion Square, Charleston, SC. Showcasing both established and emerging fashion designers, Charleston Fashion Week has become one of the premier fashion events in North America.
Each night CFW will feature runway shows by five emerging designer contestants, select local retailers, and featured designers, headlined by Timo Weiland on Saturday March 22, 2014.
In addition to the schedule, twenty emerging designers will be competing throughout the week to make it to the finals on Saturday, March 22, 2014 and be crowned the Grand Prize Winner. Competing for a prize package valued at over $20,000, the Emerging Designer Winner will be judged by a VIP Fashion Panel.
About Timo Weiland
Timo Weiland is both the co-founder and creative director of his self-named brand, Timo Weiland. Born in rural Nebraska and raised between Jacksonville, Florida and New York City, Timo graduated from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee and later collaborated with designers Alan Eckstein and Donna Kang to produce a men’s and women’s ready-to-wear collection in 2010.
Timo Weiland works with established luxury retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Barney’s, and Moda Operandi. Celebrities the likes of Krysten Ritter, Levin Rambin, and Taylor Lautner are supporters of Timo Weiland and are often seen wearing their designs on the red carpet.
Weiland was selected to sit on the Council of Fashion Designers of America’s Fashion Incubator programs and was also an International Woolmark prize finalist in 2013. In 2011, Timo Weiland was first nominated for the Ecco Domani Foundation Award for his women’s and men’s lines and later won the award in 2014.
About Brandon Sun
Brandon Sun began his fashion career after graduating from Parsons School of Design where he was honored with the coveted “Designer of the Year” title and the Gold Thimble. After his graduation, Brandon began working with distinguished American luxury brands: J.Mendel and Oscar de la Renta. Within five years at J.Mendel, Brandon rose from Design Assistant to Designer, honing his technique in couture, tailoring, ready-to-wear, and fur. Brandon joined Oscar de la Renta as Design Director for the fur division, and later he launched his own signature collection of luxury fur accessories with distinguished international retailers such as Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Hirshleifers, and others.