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  • May 8
    2 replies
    vladimirx boofin

    oh wow i didnt know yall f***ed with her lol

    that first sense article was one of my favorite reads

    Wouldn't say fashion section f***s with her, but her takes are interesting

  • Montreal

    Wouldn't say fashion section f***s with her, but her takes are interesting

    mm well i f*** with her od

    one of my favorite modern writers now, and got me to take writing /thinking about fashion seriously

  • smackdab
    https://twitter.com/ayeshaasiddiqi/status/1523105343860985857

    been on this s*** for years for sure

  • May 8
    1 reply
    Montreal

    You're already seeing it in Mens fashion with the gurkha pants, pleated pants, boxy suits, the comeback of ties, knitted polos and knitwear in general.

    The Ralph Lauren HBCU collab is one step towards that.

    idk how it'll translate to womens fashion though if it'll mean a shift towards more conservative clothing after the Miu Miu miniskirts and make everything miniscule trends or Hyein Seo's cutout trends.

    idc about the controversy

    niggas can call me a coon

    that ralph hbcu collar was so fire

  • May 8
    1 reply
    vladimirx boofin

    idc about the controversy

    niggas can call me a coon

    that ralph hbcu collar was so fire

    The middle suit is just stupid hard

  • Montreal

    The middle suit is just stupid hard

    yea thats classic purple label stuff, they did their thing

    homeboy on the right with that tie

  • Woody

    Love this response, didn鈥檛 even think so birds eye view of it all. Was literally just thinking about her tweets, which feel empty at times. Good stuff. Thank you.

    to piggy off this, if you move independent/consider yourself a "creative director," and have a pulse of where things are going ahead of time and/or what I love telling others, can see the voids in any given field and own it, that's the quickest and surest way to curve your own path to the top

    the toughest part tho is convincing a brand/others to buy into your forecast lol. Like Ye bringing the leather joggers to Fendi back in the day. I pitched a mod concept to Thom Browne's team like 5 years ago and they were on some "we don't do campaigns" blah blah haha

    example of it working is when Salehe created an opportunity for himself at Versace by pitching & convincing that camp to go in on the footwear biz, pretty early on in the luxury footwear wave.

    I guess you can develop a "brand," by offering the forecast takes, but I think it's a lot more beneficial in the long run to keep to yourself and capitalize idk

  • proper 馃敥
    May 9
    edited
    Montreal

    Wouldn't say fashion section f***s with her, but her takes are interesting

    youre posting in a thread dedicated to her w 7 pages how does this section not fw her

  • smackdab
    https://twitter.com/ayeshaasiddiqi/status/1523105343860985857

    Not looking forward to the hairstyles

  • Montreal

    You're already seeing it in Mens fashion with the gurkha pants, pleated pants, boxy suits, the comeback of ties, knitted polos and knitwear in general.

    The Ralph Lauren HBCU collab is one step towards that.

    idk how it'll translate to womens fashion though if it'll mean a shift towards more conservative clothing after the Miu Miu miniskirts and make everything miniscule trends or Hyein Seo's cutout trends.

    cuffed pants and cuffed short sleeve shirts i鈥檓 seeing more of too

  • May 12
    1 reply
    smackdab
    https://twitter.com/ayeshaasiddiqi/status/1523105343860985857

    Semantic but I think 60/70s and not 50s/60s. Especially for women I see 70s hippie style looks everywhere these days with bell sleeves and jean shorts etc

  • May 12
    1 reply
    smackdab
    https://twitter.com/ayeshaasiddiqi/status/1523105343860985857

    Whats Mod?

  • May 12
    1 reply
    flygod

    Whats Mod?


  • internationalhov


    Are these movie scenes? Google says its some subculture from the uk

  • PapiPedro

    Started following her for political takes about a year ago,had no idea she was into fashion

    I started following her for the same thing. she started posting fashion forecasts occasionally about 5 years ago

  • PapiPedro

    My gf has been into the old school preppy look forever and hates the Gen z baggy look. I've been telling her to keep dressing like herself cuz s*** all comes back around

    Ayesha had a tweet when the baggy silhouette started to come back saying that slim fit/skinny is gonna still be around. seems like trends kinda come and coexist but I know nothing about fashion

  • vladimirx boofin

    oh wow i didnt know yall f***ed with her lol

    that first sense article was one of my favorite reads

    It鈥檚 a classic

  • May 21
    2 replies

    a couple non forecast fashion tweets

  • smackdab
    https://twitter.com/ayeshaasiddiqi/status/1528041515745959936https://twitter.com/ayeshaasiddiqi/status/1501407337751400449

    a couple non forecast fashion tweets

    they really branded the collab as Fendace??

  • May 21
    1 reply
    smackdab
    https://twitter.com/ayeshaasiddiqi/status/1528041515745959936https://twitter.com/ayeshaasiddiqi/status/1501407337751400449

    a couple non forecast fashion tweets

    Versace as a whole is played out. The shiny and loud gold is just not it right now.

  • shiv

    Semantic but I think 60/70s and not 50s/60s. Especially for women I see 70s hippie style looks everywhere these days with bell sleeves and jean shorts etc

    Gucci should win big then

  • May 25
    Montreal

    Versace as a whole is played out. The shiny and loud gold is just not it right now.

    Yea Versace been played out for a min tbh that s*** way too loud

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