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iFashion Magazine i-Fashion Magazine is designed to give you an inside view of what it takes to make it in the fashion industry from a beginners point of view to your seasoned professional.
i-Fashion Magazine is designed to give you an inside view of what it takes to make it in the fashion industry from a beginners point of view to your seasoned professional. We have interviews of models, photographers, designers, make-up artist, hair stylist, managers and so much more. Take a look and please let us know if there is anyway we can improve our publication. Who knows, maybe our reporters will interview you for some in depth point of views.
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Fashion Week...Two weeks ago we were running around show to show... The buzz of new creations, the transformation of ven...
03/01/2020

Fashion Week...Two weeks ago we were running around show to show... The buzz of new creations, the transformation of venues into spaces filled with energy, photographers looking to capture all of it through their unique lens, models showcasing a diversity of garments that were skillfully created just for New York’s finest runways and the networking and community building.

We schedule the coverage of our shows with purpose and intention, making sure to capture the finest including those new to the game and making sure to also support our friends who are working to level up. This takes. Once we have the various line ups, we conduct a preliminary interview with producers to understand their vision and get a rundown of participating designers, then we research the designers and set up individual shoots.

Fashion Week shows were happening all over the New York area. Designers and models traveled from all over the world to the epicenter of fashion. We did make it to several shows in the Jersey and Philly area but most of the fanfare was in New York.

Malena Belafonte’s Journey Fashion Festival was an absolutely amazing performance that captured the complexity of the fashion world. Designers, artists, performers, dancers and photographers all came together to celebrate Fashion. The event took place in an open loft space at 14th and 10th Avenue. This open space was perfect for the creativity that emerged from her Journey cast…And then there was that red dress.. See page 44

i-Fashion Magazine was there to support and cover many Designer shows this season such as the eccentricity of Phoebe English or the sophistication of Carolina Herrera, Gabriela Hearst, Rodarte, and runway shows like Style, Society and Couture.

We also took a 3300 mile leap across the North Atlantic Ocean to London Fashion Week. Our photographer Frank Rivers, had an amazing time meeting new designers, models, producers and even had time to take on the sites and sneak in a quick photoshoot. You do not want to miss all of Franks’ adventures.

We always feel the best part about this is time of year is meeting new creative talent, building relationships and having people showcase their gifts in our magazine. We’ve set the standard that page after page must be compelling, informative and absolutely fashionably consistent.

Thanks for all your support in continuing making 2020 your best fashion year ever.

Lloyd Crawford
Editor-n-Chief
i-Fashion Magazine

Purchase your copy @ www.i-fashionmag.com

iFashion Magazine
03/01/2020

iFashion Magazine

Fashion Week…we love this time a year. The buzz of new creations, the transformation of venues into spaces filled with e...
03/01/2020

Fashion Week…we love this time a year. The buzz of new creations, the transformation of venues into spaces filled with energy, photographers looking to capture all of it through their unique lens, models showcasing a diversity of garments that were skillfully created just for New York’s finest runways and the networking and community building.

We schedule the coverage of our shows with purpose and intention, making sure to capture the finest including those new to the game and making sure to also support our friends who are working to level up. This takes. Once we have the various line ups, we conduct a preliminary interview with producers to understand their vision and get a rundown of participating designers, then we research the designers and set up individual shoots.

Fashion Week shows were happening all over the New York area. Designers and models traveled from all over the world to the epicenter of fashion. We did make it to several shows in the Jersey and Philly area but most of the fanfare was in New York.

Malena Belafonte’s Journey Fashion Festival was an absolutely amazing performance that captured the complexity of the fashion world. Designers, artists, performers, dancers and photographers all came together to celebrate Fashion. The event took place in an open loft space at 14th and 10th Avenue. This open space was perfect for the creativity that emerged from her Journey cast…And then there was that red dress.. See page 44

i-Fashion Magazine was there to support and cover many Designer shows this season such as the eccentricity of Phoebe English or the sophistication of Carolina Herrera, Gabriela Hearst, Rodarte, and runway shows like Style, Society and Couture.

We also took a 3300 mile leap across the North Atlantic Ocean to London Fashion Week. Our photographer Frank Rivers, had an amazing time meeting new designers, models, producers and even had time to take on the sites and sneak in a quick photoshoot. You do not want to miss all of Franks’ adventures.

We always feel the best part about this is time of year is meeting new creative talent, building relationships and having people showcase their gifts in our magazine. We’ve set the standard that page after page must be compelling, informative and absolutely fashionably consistent.

Thanks for all your support in continuing making 2020 your best fashion year ever.

Order your copy here at www.i-fashionmag.com

Get your copy at www.i-fashionmag.comIf 2019 is any prelude to what 2020 is going to be, i-Fashion Magazine and all of y...
01/19/2020

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If 2019 is any prelude to what 2020 is going to be, i-Fashion Magazine and all of you, our supporters, are in for a special year.

It was about this same time last year when we made the decision to elevate our brand and then started the process of looking more deeply at our strategic plan, ultimately revamping the magazine. The questions we asked ourselves were; Who are we? Who are our clients? What is the message we are trying to convey? All of those questions are answered in this 2020 issue. “Beauty Through the Ages” is an issue that covers the diversity in fashion in terms of craft, age, gender, culture, race and talents. Personally, I am humbled by this i-Fashion team creation because so rarely do we witness the nuances and complexity in the fashion world.

In this issue, you will read about Eustice Collins, an admirable model who re-entered the role of modeling at age 54, and states” I came back to the industry with a vengeance and took no prisoners.” Mr. Collins is an incredible inspiration.

There’s a great inspirational story about the perseverance & health journey of model Nekesha King where she clearly shows that things arent always what they seem.

Also, read about Dr. Lauren Keir Simmons and her “Metamorphosis Health Coaching Program” program where she works with men and women from all walks of life to create customized health plans that meet the unique goals of her clients.

Pay close attention to our cover model Janis Wilkins and designer Katelyn Zhang. The image speaks volumes to me and I wonder what goes through your mind when you look at it?

We are starting the year with a solid, professional team, our own photography studio and an established luxury resort wear line @lantonioresort.

Our goal this year is to bring back an element of fashion that we believe is totally overlooked and that is the “creative to business” aspect. Shows are great, photo-shoots are awesome, but truly getting your product recognized and revealed to a broader audience is imperative.

I would like to thank all the contributors and supporters who chose to start a productive year with us and look forward to your utmost success.

Please continue to follow us @i.fashionmag and @lanotnioresort

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01/19/2020

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11/11/2019
Responsibility, Accountability & Sustainability…This is the creed we live by at i-Fashion. We couldn’t achieve anything,...
11/05/2019

Responsibility, Accountability & Sustainability…This is the creed we live by at i-Fashion. We couldn’t achieve anything, at any level, without taking these three words very seriously. As the EIC, I am totally responsible for the message my team and I project to the world. That’s why I selected the individuals that I bring into my circle. It’s not just a matter of agreeing to everything, but understanding our shared visions, and individual strengths and challenges.

I’m mentioning this because we have come to a point where we are being held accountable for the content of each issue. There is a message that we are trying to get across and that is Fashion is an art form and a Performance; the design of clothing and the profound collaboration of everything. Fashion conscious individuals want to know, NO, excuse me, NEED to know, why is that final product compelling and what is it doing for the greater good.

I come across some things on social media that clearly were done without full thought and wonder, WHY?? This is why I continuously challenge my team to do better and think about challenging the status quo because at the end of the day, our growth and obtained knowledge is what makes us who we are.

In this issue, we spread our wings and explore Ireland with husband and wife photography team Kelly and Kalina Schneider. Their compelling story of how they got together and share the love of photography is remarkable.

See the production video here;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0qQP-Jr2Co

On the other side of the world, our travel and leisure editor took us to Dominican Republic and attended Dominicana Moda 2019, where some of the brightest and talented, designers showcased their talents. Coming back to the U.S., we attended LA Fashion Week, which was one of the best productions of fashion I’ve seen utilizing local and overseas designers.

I want to give a big thank you to designers Richard Q, LLeya P, Lady Hunter Lingerie, Corey Rogers, Zianna Kaoutar, Katelyn Zhang for your lovely garments.

As always, thank you for your continued support.

Lloyd A. Crawford
Editor-n-Chief
i-Fashion Magazine

Purchase your copy at www.i-fashionmag.com

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11/05/2019

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Full/Winter is coming around but Photographer Mel Wright @multimediamel heats up the pages of i-Fashion Magazine with Sw...
10/03/2019

Full/Winter is coming around but Photographer Mel Wright @multimediamel heats up the pages of i-Fashion Magazine with Swimwear designer Thalassa @thalassabeachweartt from Trinidad 🇹🇹 & Tobago. Learn more about this impressive line at www.thalassabeachwear.com & www.i-fashionmag.com

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Another fashion week season has come and gone, and as I look back and reflect, I realize just how different every season...
10/01/2019

Another fashion week season has come and gone, and as I look back and reflect, I realize just how different every season is for i-Fashion. For one thing, the quality of the shows that we were personally invited to cover was positively overwhelming. It wasn’t only about attending shows and watching incredible collections hit the runway, it was more than that. We created communities with designers, taking the time to understand their inspirations, dialogue and schedule shoots for upcoming issues. Members of the audience were interested in designers’ collections and contributed to the fashion industry as professionals sharing connections and information. In addition, many of the producers stepped up their game, putting more effort into the type of designers they included in their show. We realize that after long conversations and endless collaborations, someone was listening and understood that as much as fashion shows are fun, especially when kids are involved, the overall message being conveyed should be one of diversity, empowerment and business growth. I don’t know one serious designer who says they are doing this just for fun.

It’s also great to see how more seasoned shows understand how important it is to be consistent with quality over quantity.

Several shows delivered great results. Malena Belafonte’s Journey Fashion Festival was an intimate journey with collections from Henry Picado, Swimwear from Delyx Cashmere, Designer Eyewear by Yeroc’s Cory Woods, Resort Wear by L’ Antonio and Lingerie by Avery Rose. VOGE Fashion Runway had a line-up of local and international designers that kept the audience engaged. William Michael Reids’ NYC Live & Vanny Tousignant’s International Fashion & Arts Week shows were a full international parade of designers expressing love for their craft and culture.

As always, On behalf of the i-Fashion Team. Thank you for your continued support.

Purchase your copy at www.i-fashionmag.com

Lloyd Crawford
Editor-n-Chief
i-Fashion Magazine
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10/01/2019

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As I put together this special Kid’s Issue, it occurred to me how important the messaging is. What are the narratives we...
09/02/2019

As I put together this special Kid’s Issue, it occurred to me how important the messaging is. What are the narratives we tell our children about the world and about success? How do we instill values of kindness, hard work and discipline from the very beginning yet always allow them to be children, to play and follow their dreams? While reading the 218 submissions from all over the United States, I was taken by the perseverance so many of these children have, starting at such a young age.

I was also very conscious of honoring both diversity and inclusion in this issue. We captured stories and images from a vast array of kids from different places and different backgrounds, all so incredibly beautiful in their own unique ways.

One section in this issue that really touched me was our work with NDI (National Dance Institute). The show and the stories told by the children gave me hope for a better future for our children. The talent demonstrated in this show was phenomenal. Please take a moment to read more in the following pages.
In addition, for the second year in a row we happily supported the Listen to Your Heart (LTYH) performance. This show focused on the empowerment of young girls through the arts of acting, dancing and modeling. Children ranging in age from 5-15-years-old lite up the stage with their positive energy and confidence.

We also have a special segment on dealing with Nightmares as well as a doctor whose expertise lies in beauty treatments for children. As parents, some of us take the business of coffee very seriously and so we share a piece with you on coffee nuances and just how delicious some of these brands are.

I believe it is always important to keep in mind how young minds work. They are influenced by everything they see and hear and with the presence of social media, they are vulnerable to even more influences. I take my job as a parent very seriously and allow time to laugh and play. Thank you for your support and enjoy the children.

Thanks for your support
Lloyd Crawford
Editor-n-Chief
i-Fashion Magazine

Purchase your copy at www.i-fashionmag.com

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09/02/2019

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Get your copy at www.i-fashionmag.comThis has been one heated summer and i-Fashion Magazine is keeping things hot with t...
07/22/2019

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This has been one heated summer and i-Fashion Magazine is keeping things hot with this Swim and Resort Wear Issue. Constantly coming strong, this issue is no different. Before I begin, we would like to extend a special welcome to our Creative Fashion Editor Malena Belafonte. Malena brings with her a wealth of talent and experience on the runway, in front and behind the camera, and business and editorial knowledge. As you will see in upcoming issues, she has so much to share with us. Her first editorial captures the Super Power of model Kate Citron. Kate graces our cover and her story sets the stage for the rest of this issue.

I am thankful for all of the Resort Wear Designers who sent in submissions. You all do such beautiful work and having to choose was a very difficult decision. Please read the narratives and interviews on Designers Richard Petit, Elizabeth Delgado, Lainy Gold, Lisa Marie Fernandez, L’ Antonio and more.

We also invite you to come and visit the beautiful Republic of Honduras with us. Our Travel and Leisure Editor Angelica Guillen shares her experiences with us in a breath-taking spread that will leave you wanting to book your next flight out to Honduras.

Do you ever struggle with make-up at the beach or pool? Wanting to present with a little color but not knowing the right type of water proof make-up? Well if so, please read our beauty story and see our photoshoot on Swimables from Cargo makeup.

There are so many talented individuals that put their time and energy into making this magazine what it is. It’s not always easy, we definitely don’t always agree, but at the end of the day we grow together. In the next couple of months you will progressively notice changes in the magazine and with these changes we encourage feedback. Our goal is to have a magazine & website to be interesting, informative and functional, meeting all your fashion needs.

I want to thank all of the models and photographers and all the fashion professionals who grace these pages. We would not be here without all of you.

iFashion Magazine
07/22/2019

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06/30/2019
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When I started the L’ Antonio Resort Wear line, the clothing itself, spoke for ninety-five percent of the style. The oth...
05/07/2019

When I started the L’ Antonio Resort Wear line, the clothing itself, spoke for ninety-five percent of the style. The other five percent was the jewelry and accessories. Yet, it’s that five percent that completes and accentuates an outfit taking it to the next level and making the look uniquely you.

Jewelry is one of the most important pieces when putting together an outfit. It elevates the style you are trying to create and can be a symbol of identity. From wearing a ring in your nose or on your toes; to sunglasses, hair pieces and necklaces…it’s all part of a statement that speaks to your identity.

I recently visited Delhi, India. What an experience! I was most intrigued by the craftsmanship that goes into some of the everyday wear jewelry. Although you can find great and inexpensive deals at various markets, the variety of styles offered gives you a vast selection for your particular taste. I got a memorable and first-hand lesson on the differences between wedding jewelry as opposed to everyday wear.

Our cover designer, Saima Chaudhry is a jewelry designer, event organizer, and filmmaker who has been in the business for several years. Her company, Indira’s Closet, has a diverse selection of styles and one of a kind pieces ranging from $10.00 to $8,000.00. Her efforts to change the way models are treated in the industry is documented in her upcoming film “Because I Never Give Up.”

There are so many items to discuss such as scarves, watches, shoes, and glasses, but the jewelry stands out from those selections. We covered each category and tried our best to give you a variety of information so when you make that final selection for your outfit, it looks like you and all you are worth.

I want to take the time to thank everyone for your wonderful submissions and the continued support of i-Fashion Magazine. My team and I will be taking a brief break to restructure the company so we can bring you a more fashion conscious staff, a more informative website and most of all, better magazine content and structure. The next issue will be published July 15th which is swim and resort wear, so look forward to your awesome submissions and as always, thank you for your support.

Go to www.i-fashionmag.com/magazine-2/ to order.

Lloyd Crawford
Editor-n-Chief
i-Fashion Magazine

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