Deirdre Clemente In The News

Profile: Deirdre Clemente

November 29, 2019
Big, sloppy cardigans are as much of a winter time staple as salt on pavement or marshmallows in hot chocolate. But before they became an essential in cold-weather wardrobes, cardigans were a tool of rebellion for women. The cozy knits allowed women to take control of the public presentations of their bodies, and shake off dated gender ideals. When women changed how they looked, often a social change followed close behind
October 24, 2019
A lot of people are no longer wearing suits to work. Companies are ditching the requirement of ties and blazers in order to give employees greater flexibility when it comes to their workwear.
October 24, 2019
According to analysts, sale of suits and ties are down in favour of a more “casual environment.”
October 22, 2019
The elegant, well-groomed suits used to be a symbol of power and indispensable attire of successful people, but now they are losing their identity and power in society. Even many people now only wear suits when they are applying for jobs, praying to someone or having trouble.
October 18, 2019
While athleisure pieces comprise the wardrobe foundation of many Americans — pants and leggings alone drove a $1 billion business in 2018 — the concept of workout-wear-meets-business-casual has not penetrated Hollywood as an acceptable executive staple. Until now.
October 18, 2019
Can elevated track pants and hoodies perform in C-suites, too?
October 1, 2019
Is the menswear staple going extinct, or just evolving?
October 1, 2019
Fabric has become far more important to the average consumer, especially when it comes to athletic clothes.