Fashion – Nia Style Fri, 08 Oct 2021 15:18:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Fashion – Nia Style 32 32 Taipei Fashion Week is back! Here’s everything you need to know about the opening show Fri, 08 Oct 2021 15:18:05 +0000

Ready to experience Taipei’s most exciting emerging and established fashion talents? Of course you are! Taipei Fashion Week returned yesterday with its opening show, “CrossLab: Dialogue Between Art and Fashion”, which was accompanied by an immersive 5G experience that showcased the runway collections in a whole new, innovative form inspired art.

Taking place on October 7, the opening event once again proved to be a highlight of the Asian fashion calendar and drew crowds from near and far… virtually and in person! This season, the main themes include sustainability, functionality, diversity, cross collaboration and humanity, influences that certainly shone on the opening show.

Taipei Fashion Week is known as a programming event where technology and fashion meet, and the six designers who attended incorporated digital technology to redefine the relationship between fashion and art. Thus, the brands were associated with six groups of artists: AUSTIN.W with the artist BP-Billy; C jean with artist Ching-Lin Chen and Yu-Hsiu Ma; #DAMUR with the abstract painter, Wu Tung-Lung; INF with illustrator Chiaos; UUIN with the mosaic artist, Chiang, Kai-Chun; and JUST IN XX with Taiwanese contemporary art master Paul Chiang resulting in a dazzling display of museum-worthy looks.

The event combined digital and physical, with audiences experiencing both a parade in a new space, Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, as well as through Ambi Space One’s digital site. Both experiences merged fashion with the future via an assortment of visuals, installations, music, effects, sounds and other elements to make the viewing experience as immersive as possible. A partnership with Chunghwa Telecom’s 5G has also ensured the rapid transmission and delivery of multimedia images to viewers around the world.

“Fashion week is a particularly exciting time for us, allowing us to express the full range and diversity of Taiwanese art and digital design,” said a representative of Taipei Fashion Week. “This year, we will showcase brilliant combinations of six Taiwanese designer and artist brands that bring art and fashion together, while partnering with Chunghwa Telecom’s 5G to transmit and broadcast multimedia images, tech music and visual effects. Inter-domain and inter-site cooperation creates a whole new way of choreographing a track experience – promising a spectacle that attendees will find absolutely unforgettable.

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Catwalk-style grain bags: India’s battle to rename jute | Gallery News Thu, 07 Oct 2021 08:00:22 +0000

From Christian Dior boutiques to royal wedding gifts, jute grows in popularity around the world as demand for alternatives to plastic skyrockets, with experts predicting bag industry alone to be worth more than $ 3 billion dollars by 2024.

India is desperate to capitalize on this shift in consumption and seize the opportunity to revive its declining industry, expanding it into trendy sacks and jute bags.

Also known as sackcloth, burlap, or burlap, the fiber is hailed by environmentalists because its cultivation can help capture carbon and it uses fewer natural resources than cotton.

” Hectare [2.47 acres] from a jute plant can absorb up to 15 tonnes of carbon dioxide and release 11 tonnes of oxygen in a season, thus reducing greenhouse effects, ”said Swati Singh Sambyal, sustainability and economy expert circular based in New Delhi.

She added that production only takes about four months and requires “minimal water and fertilizer” compared to cotton.

During British rule, the jute industry was a key part of the Indian economy and the fabric was exported around the world, but by the 1990s it was struggling, unable to compete with cheaper and synthetic substitutes. lower production costs for farmers in neighboring Bangladesh.

Today India is trying to promote jute as a fabric for a sustainable future, with the government issuing a mandate that all grain and 20 percent of sugar should be packed in jute bags.

Leading local designers such as Ashish Soni and Pawan Aswani also use jute blends for their fashion lines.

But critics warn that the country’s dilapidated factories and outdated farming practices do not match such ambitions.

“India can meet global demand, but for that, two things are necessary: ​​upgrading the skills of the population…

There are around 70 jute factories in the state of West Bengal, some of which were established in the 19th century primarily to produce coarse bags for packaging coffee and food grains, but the machinery and production methods have changed little. since.

At Meghna Jute Mills, hundreds of barefoot workers work in a vast, drab room covered in fine fibrous dust for eight-hour shifts, 24 hours a day.

“Jute has a potentially huge international market,” company president Supriya Das said as loud machines unrolled long strands of shimmering yarn behind him.

“If the machines are high-tech, we can produce good yarn. For a diversified end use, the quality of the fiber must improve. The industry will only be viable if we introduce value-added products like home decor and rugs.

Almost all of the world’s jute is grown in this region or in Bangladesh, due to the favorable humid climate and the availability of cheap labor.

According to a recent report by Research and Markets, the global jute bag market reached a value of $ 2.07 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow to $ 3.1 billion by 2024 as consumers seek alternatives to the market. single-use plastic.

The appeal of the material has been bolstered by brands such as Dior making jute sandals and stars such as the Duchess of Sussex wearing jute shoes and using burlap gift bags for guests attending her wedding. with Prince Harry.

Kar said India should take the opportunity to invest in its industry and manufacture various jute products such as rugs, lamps, shoes and shopping bags.

Indian scientists developed high-yielding varieties of jute to exploit this renewed interest, Kar explained, but unskilled labor and outdated farming practices meant that had yet to translate into returns. economic.

“This is a major cause of concern for us,” he added.

The coronavirus pandemic has also thwarted hopes of restoring the industry’s lost glory – several factories have closed and the closures have caused shortages in labor and raw materials.

Environmentalists insist that jute has vast economic and green potential, especially as consumers voice concerns about fast fashion and more countries introduce legislation banning single-use plastic.

Every part of the jute plant can be used: the outer layer for fiber, the woody stem for pulp, and the leaves can be cooked and eaten, Sambyal explained.

The United Nations Environment Program has said the planet is “drowning in plastic pollution”, with around 300 million tonnes of plastic waste produced each year.

India generates 3.3 million metric tons of plastic waste every year, according to a 2018-19 report from the Central Pollution Control Board.

Back at Meghna Mills, factory bosses are hopeful that if authorities invest, they can rebrand and restart jute for the 21st century.

Das said: “Jute has a great future. It can bring a lot of valuable foreign currency to the country, so the government needs to focus on this sector. “

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Why fashion is high on mushrooms right now Wed, 06 Oct 2021 18:38:46 +0000

Mushroom prints and patterns have been an emerging trend since at least the Spring ’21 runways, but this season many designers have gone all out, using mushrooms as the main inspiration in a variety of Spring ’22 collections. In the wake of other popular ’70s trends like halter tops and flared pants, retro mushroom prints – from charming red mushrooms to psychedelic rainbow-colored caps – have also given way. to a more forward-looking trend in the form of vegan. mushroom leather.

Last month, when Monse hosted his comeback at IRL Fashion Week in New York City, designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia stepped out of their usual toolbox of stripes and daring minimalism to show off mushroom prints on everything from asymmetrical skirts and silk dresses with thick cardigans. The designers shared with Vogue that the concept of escape – both physical and figurative – has been a major inspiration in this collection.

At Rodarte, mushrooms appeared on party-ready looks. The Mulleavy sisters presented two flowing dresses with balloon hems and flowing capes in pastel colors depicting multi-colored mushrooms hand-drawn by their mother. Meanwhile, Brandon Maxwell’s collection took evening wear to another level with mushroom shapes that showcased women’s legs as stems. For more casual users dressers, Maxwell showed sweaters and tees with mushroom prints, paired with disco-ready metallic skirts and jackets, as well as psychedelic ’70s prints.

Mushrooms are just the latest in a deluge of fun psychedelic prints that have taken over TikTok and Instagram. The prints themselves are references to ’60s and’ 70s trends like cartoon flowers, cow prints and wavy stripes, done in bright pastel colors, and adorns many Y2K trends like stockings. drop waist, mini dresses and bodycon neck tops.

At Stella McCartney’s, the designer said mushrooms were the main inspiration for her collection which was presented against a soundtrack containing the amplified sounds of mushrooms growing in the wild. The statement was a commentary on the role of mushrooms in the future of fashion (they’re great for making sustainable materials, by the way!), As well as how humans may view mushrooms, which often grow in groups or are formed on other living organisms such as trees, to learn to live in community with each other. Of course, McCartney also featured vegan leather pieces made from mycelium, derived from mushrooms, with a new version of the “Icon” bag. In a statement, the designer linked mushrooms to the industry more generally: “What you see on the catwalk today is the conscious fashion industry of tomorrow.”

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The top 5 greenwashing trends to watch in fashion – WWD Wed, 06 Oct 2021 04:03:07 +0000

Greenwashing, or falsified and misleading environmental claims, has become a trend in itself as companies continue to make claims about sustainability and climate change.

Like other industries, fashion can fall victim to slippery language, climate commitments with no intermediate goals, empty deadlines, narrowly focused goals that select highlights and – perhaps the most Hollywood stunt – deviations from companies that challenge the industry in the broad sense but paint their brand as the muse of the lost group.

To navigate this radical change, WWD has compiled the latest trends in greenwashing.

1. Block targets until 2050

With rising sea levels, heat waves and monsoons being a new climate reality, companies can no longer remain silent about the climate crisis.

“The biggest tendency to stress is that we are now at a point where every business, at least in the United States, has to say something about the climate. Even five years ago, that wasn’t the case, ”Alison Kirsch, senior climate and energy researcher at Rainforest Action Network, a San Francisco-based nonprofit, told WWD. Kirsch is well aware of the common climate policies of Wall Street banks which leave the door open to deception.

To meet the more ambitious science goals of the historic Paris Agreement, companies must halve their greenhouse gas emissions (not just carbon dioxide) by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions (canceling their emissions). impact) by 2050. twiddling their thumbs to the detriment of many stakeholders, according to climate research.

“Businesses shouldn’t tell us they need more data to act now,” Kirsch said, noting that climate science is clear on immediate action. Along with blocking tactics to postpone the making of public commitments, some companies will present noble commitments in 30 years, but without concrete intermediate objectives to achieve them.

Consumers who see a fashion company setting a target for 2050 without interim updates or concrete details on the impact of the whole company (encompassing both direct emissions or scopes 1 and 2, as well as ‘indirect or scope 3), should be very careful.

“It is extremely important to eliminate the influence of the industry and, frankly, the political influence to really understand what is going on. The urgency of climate science sets a roadmap. A number of industry-led coalitions have sprung up to accelerate progress, but Kirsch warns that while “the coalition’s goal is not to reduce emissions, at the very least it needs to. real scrutiny ”.

2. Headlining the convo but acting hypocritically

Finance is notoriously linked to the expansion of the fossil fuel industry. Even in the years since the signing of the Paris Agreement in 2015, the 60 largest banks invested an additional $ 3.8 trillion in fossil fuels, according to the March report “Banking on Climate Chaos,” written by Sierra Club and other environmental groups.

Even in the midst of the pandemic, 2020 saw higher fossil fuel funding than in 2016. Notable institutions that have funded climate chaos over the past five years were JP Morgan Chase & Co., Citi Group, Wells Fargo , Bank of America and Royal Bank of Canada, per report.

“I think we’re approaching a point where any business, including fashion, claims to be a leader on the climate and does business with one of the biggest fossil banks in the world – there’s a gap there,” said said Kirsch.

Wells Fargo and JP Morgan are the main institutional holders of companies like VF Corp. Meanwhile, Bank of America and JP Morgan have strongholds on low prices like The TJX Cos. Inc.

In the eyes of business leaders pressed for climate action, ambitious emission reduction and other targets depend on budget allocations. Under these constraints, Kirsch found that companies would do “something that looks the best but requires the least change internally,” or in other words: greenwash.

Other efforts that might fail include claiming to be an inspiration to industry peers or enlightening consumers by falling back on the oft-used phrase “progress not perfection.”

3. Burn goods and turn to carbon offsets

Indigenous rights leaders in the environmental space like Tom Goldtooth are quick to call for quick fixes that are more than likely greenwashing in another form. During a press briefing organized by the Stop the Money Pipeline coalition on September 28, Goldtooth called offsetting and carbon capture a “bogus solution”.

Stop the Money Pipeline includes some 175 organizations working to hold donors accountable for the climate crisis.

In a world pierced by social media, digital zines are emerging as another way to educate citizens about common “bogus solutions”. One of these fanzines called “Hoodwinked in the Hothouse” is in its third annual edition with its last digital edition released in April after a 12-year hiatus. The zine is supported by local environmental networks like Rising Tide North America and Carbon Trade Watch, as well as the Indigenous Environmental Network and a number of allied environmental justice and climate action organizers.

The zine highlighted a number of greenwashing tactics, including the incineration of waste disguised as “waste to energy” in environmental reports (even Nike published energy recovery indicators from waste in its report for fiscal year 2019). The report also highlighted how carbon offsetting, carbon pricing and carbon capture are another way for “polluters to justify more pollution” by perpetually offloading their impact on other projects.

4. Stay vague on “more responsible” materials

While gasoline-powered cars, plastic-cluttered beaches, and coal-fired electricity in buildings have become the centerpiece of damage from fossil fuels, fashion is not immune to controversy given its love affair with petroleum-based synthetics (polyester, in particular, is the most widely used fiber in the world according to Textile Exchange’s Preferred Fiber & Materials 2019 report).

Brands often release sustainable capsule collections or create goals with “more responsible” materials (including recycled polyester, organic cotton, etc.) The gray area sets in when companies fail to define what makes exactly the most responsible materials or how the capsule range is representative of their wider efforts. In many cases, the “best” range represents a very small percentage of the overall company assortment (1-8%) or the material improvements are negligible in the larger material set or the main materials that are available. ‘a company uses and in what quantity.

Highlighting the misinformation surrounding the cotton sector, Marc Lewkowitz, managing director of the nonprofit American cotton association Supima and president of the Better Cotton Initiative, said, “These terms, [organic and regenerative], just like durability are over-applied, misunderstood and misrepresented in terms of the claims made.

While the call to reduce the use of virgin materials is laudable, experts say reliance on fossil fuels in one form or another is still at the heart of these goals.

“The purest truth is that we need to get rid of fossil fuel dependent economies,” Kirsch reiterated. “Whatever the end use [for the fossil fuels], the impact on communities and around transport and infrastructure is the same. I think we need to draw a line, and [the fossil fuel industry] doesn’t want us to do this.

5. Maintain the opacity of the supply chain

While some companies claim to be at the forefront of their counterparts when it comes to sustainability, they can’t do it all in a failed system.

“I think it’s about infrastructure and the transition to green energy,” said Caroline Rush, CEO of the British Fashion Council. “Infrastructure is one of the biggest obstacles to the sustainability of businesses. “

In September, the BFC released a report that highlights the steps to achieve a circular fashion economy. Rush relayed the findings, including cracking down on overproduction.

Regarding greenwashing, she believes that the transparency of the supply chain that would come from legislation to create a circular economy – where the materials for clothing come from, the use of chemicals, the use of water, who makes the clothes and how much they get paid – “would be able to tackle industries that are not genuine.”

“Particularly after a year and a half through the challenges of COVID-19, companies have reflected on their activities and [exploring] more sustainable [models]. Having COP26 on the horizon helps keep companies tied to their commitments, ”said Rush, who believes the UN-sponsored climate summit is“ a really key time to ensure [climate commitments] are integrated into business strategies for the future.

Rush anticipates ongoing discussions on clean energy incentives for businesses, clear parameters on overproduction and overconsumption, and co-investments in innovation and waste-as-a-service infrastructure to reduce waste. greenwashing while advancing the circular fashion transition.

“It’s not that [fashion companies] I don’t want to go in that direction, ”she said.

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Fall Fashion Offer: Get Up To 60% Off Women’s Clothing At Gap Factory Tue, 05 Oct 2021 14:25:00 +0000

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There are a lot of clothing deals out there as we get closer to Black Friday – and I live by the mantra of ‘hanging out with the old and the new’, especially with staples like the t-shirts. classic. You can never have too many and given how much they wear out, it’s always a good time to have more. This deal ends at midnight tonight, so head over to the Gap Factory store website and get all selected clothing up to 60% off today. Keep in mind that when shopping online today, there is another clearance sale going on for 50% off women’s clothing using promo code GFFALL, which is different from the one above.

The only difference between the two simultaneous sales that I could tell is that the offer of 60% off some clothing seems to apply mostly to relaxed fit t-shirts and sweatshirts while the 50% off women’s clothing seems to offer a bit more variety with the style and type of clothing. You can certainly buy both during this sale, but the offer code only works with the 50% off Clearance Sale, and many items (including those listed above) are excluded from the code. Either way, getting a big discount to revitalize your wardrobe and inspire your fall style is always worth your time.

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Recover and Polopiqué create a partnership to accelerate circular fashion – Sourcing Journal Mon, 04 Oct 2021 22:05:23 +0000

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]]> 0 Unsolicited Advice: Think Fast Fashion For Halloween Mon, 04 Oct 2021 01:24:00 +0000

As the days get shorter and the leaves start to change the world just inches from Halloween. The block party can be canceled, but the holidays can’t, and soon mailrooms will be inundated with packages from Amazon and Shein containing parts for cute and trendy Halloween costumes. However, many of these pieces will never be worn again, contributing to the overwhelming problem of fast fashion and the waste of perfectly fine clothes. This year when you shop for costumes, get parts that you will use again and help reduce the national problem of overconsumption.

According to the New York Times, over 85% of discarded clothing ends up in landfills where it rarely decomposes due to the increased use of synthetics in the production of clothing. Shopping services like Shein, Romwe, and H&M allow consumers to purchase large quantities of clothing at an extremely low price, as they are able to significantly cut costs through inhumane jobs overseas. Employees work for minimal wages in unsafe conditions to provide cheap clothes to buyers, and the environmental impact is enormous.

Ideally, fast fashion could be avoided altogether. Unfortunately, there is no competitively priced alternative, as it is nearly impossible to make an ethically produced $ 5 shirt. The reality is that student consumers often can’t afford to buy parts ethically, especially when nearly every option available is some kind of fast fashion, from Target to Zara to Amazon. In a small city like Athens, shopping options are limited, especially for students who don’t have a car. Fast fashion is often the only choice for college students.

As Halloween approaches, students will begin to compile parts for the costumes, looking for the outfit that perfectly matches their costume idea. Thrift stores are often a great alternative to fast fashion, but thrift stores always have something different and so you can’t count on them to buy something specific. It is unrealistic to ask students to stop shopping via fast fashion altogether, especially in situations like Halloween, when outfits are only used for a weekend on a college budget. What we can ask students, however, is to reduce the overconsumption and waste that accompany the purchase of cheap clothes.

My advice? When shopping for clothes from fast fashion retailers, only buy pieces that can be worn over and over again. Avoid trendy items that won’t be worn by the end of the season, and donate or reuse old clothes that you won’t wear again rather than throwing them away. When choosing pieces for your Halloween costume this year, start by shopping in your closet, or your friends’ closets, for anything you can use before you buy anything online. Then when you make a purchase, find items that match your vision, but you know they’ll be worn for more than a weekend.

Inexpensive products make it easier to waste clothes because throwing away a $ 4 shirt is less of a financial burden than throwing away a $ 100 shirt. However, the environmental impact is the same, if not worse, for these cheaper fast fashion options. When shopping for Halloween this year, keep in mind the impact your costume could have and go for reusable pieces.

Katie Milliard is in her second year studying journalism at Ohio University. Please note that the views and opinions of the Columnists do not reflect those of The post office. What are your thoughts? Tell Katie by emailing her at

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Well, this is the jeans trend that will make you a fashionable person this fall. Sun, 03 Oct 2021 06:07:53 +0000

There are some cool denim silhouettes that could be considered “classics” at this point and will stick with the seasons and seasons. These slightly faded straight leg jeans would fall into this category. That said, there is a jeans trend that has reigned supreme in the fall and winter collections, from Bevza to Erdem, and it is quickly becoming a staple among style designers. Yes, we are talking about dark wash jeans.

The appeal of indigo jeans is that they have a refined feel. You can certainly wear your favorite choice with casual basics like sweatshirts and sneakers. But on the other hand, the figure is easy to dress up and feels elevated when paired with items like blazers and heels. On that note, wearing this denim style will essentially make you a fashion person due to its edgy and chic nature.

We drew visual inspiration showing how the fashion ensemble stylizes various cuts in a dark wash. If the trend is intriguing or looking to refresh your current offering, there are a variety of jeans to buy as well.

Straight leg jeans

You just can’t go wrong with a pair of straight leg jeans for a clean silhouette. Side note: We love this look with the leather trench coat and square toe ankle boots.

Levi’s 501 High Waist Straight Leg Jeans ($ 90)

H&M High Ankle Slim Jeans ($ 20)

Mango Straight Ankle Jeans ($ 60)

golden sign Martin jeans with leather insert ($ 425)

7 for all mankind Luxury Vintage Malia Jean ($ 218)

Everlan The Way-High Jean ($ 88)

Flared and bootcut jeans

Dark wash flare jeans or bootcut jeans are edgy and chic with a simple tank top like this or with a more layered look for fall.

Framework Le Mini Boot Jeans ($ 238)

Standards and Practices Dark Wash Flare Jeans ($ 69)

Paige Manhattan Jeans ($ 199)

Jean Barbe Veronica Beverly High Rise Skinny Flare Jeans ($ 248)

Mother Super Cruiser Jeans ($ 288)

Monaco club Bootcut jeans ($ 130)

Khaity Vivian Flare Jeans ($ 340)

Levi’s 725 High Waist Bootcut Jeans ($ 70)

Skinny jeans

Yes, despite their somewhat polarizing nature, skinny jeans are a classic choice to wear with your favorite fall pieces.

Citizens of humanity Rocket High Rise Ankle Skinny Jeans ($ 198)

Hidden jeans High Rise Ankle Skinny Jeans ($ 75)

Madewell High Waist Skinny Jeans ($ 135)

Spirit and wisdom Ab-Solution Skinny Ankle Jeans ($ 68)

Liverpool Abby High Rise Ankle Skinny Jeans ($ 89)

Mavi jeans Super Soft Alexa Skinny Jeans ($ 98)

The agency Marguerite skinny jeans ($ 255)

Loose jeans

Loose jeans are particularly trendy. Take the ensemble to the next level with a coordinating denim shirt.

Triarchy High Waist Pleated Pants ($ 245)

COS Relaxed Straight Jeans ($ 115)

Mango Wide Leg, High Waist Jeans ($ 80)

Eloquii Wide leg jeans ($ 100)

& other stories Flared Patch Pocket Jeans ($ 79)

PA High Waist Distressed Wide Leg Jeans ($ 49)

Next, check out more basics worth trying for fall.

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Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Cardi B, Milla Jovovich, Shalom Harlow and more Sat, 02 Oct 2021 13:32:45 +0000

It’s fashion month, baby. And with that, we saw a lot of models, including the epic duo Shalom Harlow and Amber Valletta. Valletta posted a portrait of her and Harlow on Royal Stairs with the caption “SHALAMBER”. Harlow also had fun solo. She shared an image of herself relaxing after a hard week of walking the catwalks and wearing a see-through bra, a mini fur vest and a pair of underwear. The caption read: “Feet in the air after all the heel feels.”

Milla Jovovich is also back on the track. The model-turned-actor strutted for the Balmain collection in a jeweled cardigan-jacket to celebrate Olivier Rousteing’s 10 years at home. In anticipation of her cameo, she posted a photo of herself showing off a garment bag.

During Paris Fashion Week, Cardi B dressed up. His stylist Kollin Carter dressed the rapper in a fully studded jacket from London designer Richard Quinn, a hat from Chrome Hearts and towering platforms from Rick Owens.

Finally, no matter where he is, Kerwin Frost dresses like himself. While giving his followers a preview of his latest Adidas creation, he opted for a Canadian tuxedo (complete with the Adidas triple jersey stripe) and a huge blue foam hat. Let Frost take it to the next level.

Here, discover the best fashion Instagrams of the week.

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G-Eazy has stepped up his security after his recent run-in with the law.

The rapper – who was arrested last month after fighting at a Fashion Week party at the Boom Boom Room – was spotted all over town this week with security in tow.

Eazy, who is promoting her new album “These Things Happen Too”, was seen getting a haircut at Michael Malbon’s Frank’s Chop Shop, then headed over to Sophie’s hip plunge into the East Village with “Wolf of Wall Street” Jordan Belfort, where he was seen playing pool.

“It was cold and crazy. He had security because he doesn’t want problems and waits for things to spill out, ”said one spy – which perhaps means“ to explode? “Paparazzi was waiting for him outside Sophie’s place, so the heat is on him right now. He needs security.

The “No Limit” performer was arrested and charged with assault last month after he and his entourage argued at the Top of the Standard at a fashion night. Cops told Page Six that “a 29-year-old man and a 32-year-old man reported being beaten by the accused.”

Sources exclusively told Page Six that socialite Daniel Chetrit – who is the son of real estate developer Joseph Chetrit and whose famous friends include Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid – needed stitches after being punched in the head with a bottle during the melee, although it’s unclear. whether it was G-Eazy or some other member of his group who hit him.

Eazy was reportedly in court on Friday, where he was ordered to stay away from the alleged victims. He is due back in court next month, reports TMZ.

This week, he was also spotted with bodyguards at the Soho Grand and Lamia Fish Market in the East Village. “He was having dinner in a private room with 20 of his friends,” said a source, who also noted, “He had two security guards with him. ”

G-Eazy – spotted above at a Saks Fifth Ave Fashion Week event – roamed the streets of New York City with tight security.
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He was later seen at Jonny Lennon’s GoldBar with hip-hop bands favorite bankruptcy lawyer Steve “Two Dollar” Reisman.

“G-Eazy had three huge bodyguards,” said a spy for the club. “They completely blocked his table.”

Reisman is known to hang out in rap circles with stars like Drake and Jay-Z, and tells us he doesn’t represent G-Eazy. They are just friends.

Later, G-Eazy and his team were seen hitting a karaoke spot in Koreatown.

This week, he also performed his song “Breakdown” with Demi Lovato on television to a series of headlines about his arrest in Sweden in 2018 for assault and drug possession. It didn’t feature any headlines about his latest fight.

He was also recently in Miami where he played at the “ultraclub”, E11even.

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