‘Fashion After 40’ – Feeling Good About Yourself and the Clothes You Wear [Video]

Tina Trevino, Tracy Gold and Cenia Paredes unpack Fashion and New York Fashion Week in the age of COVID19.

What does fashion even mean when we only have to look good from the waist up?

COVID19 has dramatically changed the landscape of the clothing design industry, disrupting manufacturing, closing stores, and the runways where fashion struts its stuff. Even this year’s New York Fashion week, an international event that brings two hundred thousand people, and more than four hundred and eighty million dollars to the state’s economy, was cancelled due to health concerns.

Crises creates opportunity, and so many smaller companies are finding themselves uniquely positioned to embrace innovative ways to design, create and market exciting clothing lines to new communities of shoppers the world over.

Tina Trevino, Tracy Gold and Cenia Paredes break down everything from their personal journeys into the fashion world, to inventing vibrant designs that celebrate inclusion, to changing societal norms of “beauty” that embrace a refreshing outlook about feeling good about yourself while finding clothes you’ll look great in.

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Michael Ambrosinohttp://33third.org
Author, researcher, Michael Ambrosino is a technology catalyst, writer, designer, broadcast journalist, producer, and radio host. In 2019 he founded 33third.org, an independent platform featuring Currents, a three hour stream of contemporary Jazz; Tapas experimental music sets; and the audio documentary program Dialogs featuring a unique series conversations between world-class musicians and their music. Michael writes about music through the lens of the history, culture, and politics that shapes artist's creative process. As a technology security and privacy advocate, Michael's research and writing explores how technological disruption effects art, culture and society at large. In 2018 he conducted a research project on the ecology of Jazz as understood by JazzWeek's broadcasters, radio personnel, promoters, record label owners and musicians. The study was presented at the JazzWeek Summit broadcasting conference that he coordinated that year as part of the 2018 San Jose Summer Jazz Festival in San Jose, California.