Watch Amy Schumer and Anna Wintour Swap Lives for the July Cover – Vogue
As so often happens in fashion, designers have foreshadowed cultural events so that the sexualisation and exoticism of flowers are already on the runways.
The Resort collections, which will be in stores in late autumn, are full of larger-than-life flowers, digitally printed to enable the patterns to follow the curve and stretch of the female torso or to wrap around the body.
Of the 7 Podcasts I often listens to the Girl Boss and Vogue Podcast, love it, I will check the other podcasts, you can do the same if you love fashion or not.
It’s a busy world out there for a fashion enthusiast. Between staying up to date on the latest trends and keeping track of all the fashion house shake-ups, you have to find time for your own life, too! The best way to stay on track is to get your content on the go with a podcast. So why not add a few fashion-related programs to your list and give them a listen while you commute?
Ahead, check out some of our favourite fashion podcasts we recommend you tune in for on your next trek to work.
In the David Sims-lensed and Katie Grand-styled campaign release on the brand’s social media accounts on Tuesday, the Oscar award-winning actress appears in profile, her richly-hued hair blending in with the colorful fur collar of her coat.
The Business of Fashion offers short courses in the history of fashion, with an emphasis in the most important couturiers that shaped our industry. The courses provide information for fashion lovers and history curious.
The most feminine collection of dresses of the Resort 2017 Season.
Oh my! I just love this post. I find it so hard to conform, and be told what to do by following meaningless advice. Be and do what makes you happy, If it is good for you and doesn’t harm the environment and the others, wear what you want and most of all love who you are, the way you are.
This morning, as I was perusing my Facebook timeline, I happened upon an article that a lovely friend shared. It was entitled “24 Things Women Should Stop Wearing After Age 30”, and it triggered Maximum Eye-Rolling from everyone who took the time out to read it.
Written by Kallie Provencher for RantChic.com, this “article” (I use the term loosely) highlighted things such as “leopard print”, “graphic tees”, and “short dresses” (because “By this age, women should know it’s always better to leave something to the imagination”). Kallie, it seems, has a number of opinions on what women over 30 should and shouldn’t be doing, having also penned “30 Things Women Over 30 Shouldn’t Own” and “20 Pictures Women Over 30 Need To Stop Posting Online”. (What is this magical post-30 land where women are suddenly not allowed to do or own so many things?!)
Motivated by Kallie’s “article”, I decided to…
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Beyonce’s speech is just fabulous as the Queen Bey herself.
Worth reading every word, you will find a word that will ressonate with your life, even if you are not into fashion, like myself.
Like Beyonce “as long as I can remember, fashion has been part of my life.”
CFDA Awards 2016: Beyonce, the Olsen sisters and more on the red carpet