Pinterest Predicts Upcoming Trends for 2024 + Other Fashion News

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Pinterest reveals its 2024 trend predictions

Pinterest Predictions 2024
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Want a peek into the future? Pinterest Predicts 2024 has just been released and it’s got the scoop on emerging trends.

For starters, bows aren’t going anywhere, as they’ll continue to adorn outfits, shoes, hairstyles and jewellery, just the same as silver and chrome, which have steadily been making their way into the mainstream. Grandmacore will morph into “Eclectic Grandpa,” more people will use scraps and shreds to make zero-waste projects, and a retro jazz aesthetic will ascend out of pretty much nowhere. What’s more, a little birdie told us that badminton would be the activity du joureven for the pickleball-obsessed.

But Pinterest isn’t just taking a guess and hoping for the best, nor is their office filled with fortune tellers. Thanks to the 482 million people using Pinterest to plan their whole lives (you know, that new home reno project, an upcoming vacation, the dream wedding), Pinterest has unique insight into the future and can tell what’s about to take off before it does. So dive

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Making a scene, the rare moment that Beyonce suddenly appeared at New York Fashion Week

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Beyoncé hasn’t stopped making waves. After suddenly announcing a new album last weekend, he suddenly appeared at New York Fashion Week.

It was a fashion show for a brand called Luar that he attended. Founded in 2021 by designer Raul Lopez, Luar is relatively new compared to established US designer names such as Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger or Tory Burch.



NEW YORK, NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 13: Beyoncé attends the Luar fashion show during New York Fashion Week on February 13, 2024 in New York City.  (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)Beyoncé and her mother, Tina Knowles, at the Outer fashion show. (Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

So his presence in fashion shows The event held on the fifth day of NYFW, Tuesday (13/2/2024), was very unexpected. Moreover, the mother of three has almost never attended NYFW since Kanye West’s show for Adidas in 2015.

The spotlight was immediately focused on Beyoncé when she entered the event location. The singer who won 32 Grammy Awards spread his star aura in a gray suit decorated with decorations embellishments glittering.

The clothing covers the inner part that covers the hair. Cowboy hats are back in style, continuing look previously at the 2024 Grammy Awards to celebrate the euphoria of his new album with country music nuances, ”Renaissance: Act II” (released on March

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WA lawmakers seek to make fashion friendlier to the environment

OLYMPIA — That new pair of jeans you’ve been eyeing won’t just cost your wallet but the planet too, and a group of high schoolers want to change that.

The Washington State Legislative Youth Advisory Council, composed of 22 high school students from across the state, is pushing a pair of bills that would promote transparency and hold the fashion industry accountable for its negative impacts on the environment.

House Bill 2068 and Senate Bill 5965 seek to create a balance between looking good and taking care of the planet. The bill — sponsored by Rep. Sharlett Mena, D-Tacoma, and Sen. Joe Nguyễn, D-White Center — would require corporations with a gross income of more than $100 million worldwide to publicly disclose where they source and manufacture their products and set targets to reduce emissions to meet environmental goals.

They are joining similar efforts in other states, like New York, where lawmakers introduced the “Fashion Act” three years ago, which has yet to pass.

“When you have states that are willing to lead and implement these policies at the state level, we start to create a chain reaction for other states to be able to follow suit and create national

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Top Fashion Stories of the Week: December 29

The final week of the year is rarely one for bombshell fashion news — even an ever-churning machine like the fashion industry slows its pace a little bit between Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve — and this week was no exception. However, despite a pointed lack of attention-grabbing headlines, there was still plenty for keen-nosed fashion fiends to sniff out.

Highlights include some of the “stealth wealth” ‘fits from Succession being auctioned off, Jennie of BLACKPINK fame announcing the launch of ODD ATELIER, her own fashion label, Lil Uzi Vert announcing that they’d begin designing women’s clothing after “retiring” from music and Harry Rosen, the founder of the eponymous menswear label, dying at 92. Besides those news bits, there was a nice morsel for fans of high-end Americana, with visvim revealing its SS24 collection.

Below, Hypebeast has rounded up the top fashion stories of the week so you can stay up to date on trends in the industry.

Succession‘s Signature “Stealth Wealth” Style Hits the Auction Block

HBO’s Succession and the fictional, ultra-wealthy Roy family that starred in it were beacons of “stealth wealth,” one of 2023’s biggest fashion buzzwords. While the jury’s still out on if

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