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Duckwrth shows how men’s fashion is becoming more fluid by hosting a $4,500 Chanel shopping spree

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R&B singer and rapper Duckwrth flexed his ultra-cool sound with his Tiny Desk Meets SXSW performance last month. This month, to commemorate his birthday on May 13, he blessed fans with the drop of the certified bop “Birthday Suit” featuring Rayana Jay. 

In this episode of In The Know’s Bag Secured, Duckwrth treats himself to a luxury shopping spree at What Goes Around Comes Around in Los Angeles. 

The first thing that catches his eye is a $725 Louis Vuitton x Takashi Murakami wallet

“I remember in the early 2000s, I moved to San Francisco,” Duckwrth says. “I was walking past it — mind you

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BLM in Italian Fashion campaign shows early tangible results

MILAN (AP) — A digital runway show by five Italian fashion designers of African origin opens Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday, one tangible result of a campaign launched last summer by the only Black Italian designer belonging to the Milan fashion chamber.

After some initial resistance and a slow start, designer Stella Jean credits the Italian National Fashion Chamber with “a lot of goodwill” in pushing through an enhanced collaboration with five young designers, including financing and partnerships with Italian suppliers.

“When you want to do something, you can do them immediately,’’ said Jean, one of the founders of the Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion campaign. “I have been working hard to overcome this gradualism that is part of the mentality of a certain part of the Italian fashion world.”

She launched the campaign with designer Edward Buchanan and Afro Fashion Week Milano founder Michelle Ngomo after fashion houses

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Street Style From The Fall 2021 Menswear Shows In Paris

Street Style From The Fall 2021 Menswear Shows In Paris

Globally COVID-19 has postponed or completely cancelled a number of events, and fashion week was amongst many yearly happenings that have been altered.

Usually around this time, hip fashionistas would’ve traveled across the world to check-out the menswear shows in Paris. However, many shows this year resulted in digital screenings or, skipped fashion week in its entirety. There’s not a complete answer on when fashion week will revert back to normal, if at all but, that didn’t stop a few familiar faces from hitting the streets of Paris to reminiscence on street style practices.

The winner of fashion week is arguable street style where runway show attendees strut their best outfit and walk from show to show with a crowd of photographers following them. This year is obviously different and distant for safety reasons leaving the Parisian walkways perfect for a solo shoot. Creatives like Ellie Delphine and Carrole Sagba

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