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Lauren Bush Lauren feeds hunger with fashion

One of Fortune Magazine’s “Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs” and Inc. Magazine’s “30 Under 30,” Lauren Bush Lauren has mastered the art of ‘creating good products that help feed the world.’ Since launching FEED in 2004, Lauren has proved that unlimited good can come from aligning consumer tastes with social causes. The result: 87 million meals provided to children around the globe.

Steven Alan's 'smart' growth story

As Steven Alan prepares his brand for further expansion, he’s reflecting on how he got his start. After launching in 1994, the American fashion force spun his unique approach into a global presence reaching 300 stores worldwide and an additional 22 U.S. shops that bear his name. Hear how he keeps evolving at SCADstyle (April 12-16). For now, we bring you this teaser.

Who will Lululemon design for next?

The downward trend for Lululemon’s sales and reputation seemed to stall with its announcement of a line of pants tailored to the male anatomy. The yoga and activewear brand is likely considering additional strategies for reviving its business, and it just might find answers in case studies by students from Savannah College of Art and Design.

Hong Kong fashion talent on the rise

The rise of the Asian fashion market means up and coming designers no longer exclusively eye New York or Paris as launching pads for their careers. Nor does the industry expect that the next generation will hail from one of the traditional fashion capitols. Think Hong Kong’s Henry Lau. In addition to its proximity to the juggernaut of the Chinese market, for example, Hong Kong is home to major brands like Gucci, D&G, LV and Prada – all of which need new talent to thrive and evolve.

Beyond Google Glass: Geoffrey Beene scholarship winner makes wearable tech beautiful

Imagine a high-end piece of jewelry whose materials – the finest silver and semi-precious stones - elegantly camoflauge a host of technology designed to maximize your personal performance. Haven’t you seen this somewhere? The MICA bracelet at Barney’s? Tory Burch for Fitbit? No.

The future of fashion

What does it take to be considered a rising star in the fashion industry? Each year, the YMA gives us a glimpse into what the future of fashion holds when it crowns a new group of Fashion Scholarship Fund winners.