Among the stalls of The Foundry’s vendor fair: Satchel Shure’s intricate but low-cost vintage (corrected)
Zimbabwean soul and American cool are unified in Bless by Bless’ CambridgeSide fashion pop-up
Bless Mazarura’s Bless by Bless capsule collection of limited-edition “luxury wardrobe essentials” is available at a pop-up shop at Cambridgeside until the end of the year, displaying the designer’s African-influenced fashion and uniting continents through his Army of Luv nonprofit line.
Taking orders from TikTok kids, vintage stores are selling through stock from the ’80s and ’90s
Gen Zers’ fervor for ’80s and ’90s fashion helps determine what makes it onto the racks of secondhand clothing shops in Cambridge and Somerville, but not as a result of the latest issues of Teen Vogue or posts from fashion websites. It’s the video app TikTok driving much of the style.
Subcouture shows to highlight fashion designers from Palestine to Ukraine, feeling very pre-Covid
With life returning to Cambridge after months of grim pandemic, so is fashion, music and art. Subcentral in Central Square has three days of it starting Thursday that might feel a lot like 2019, if not for the required masks and up-to-the-minute wear being provided by six local designers.