Fashion and design are two very different things. Although they overlap significantly, a fantastic design does not always equate to fashion. Design is so much more than aesthetics – it is also about quality of manufacture, structure, material and even longevity.
You do not need to commit to an insane training program to start looking fitter and slimmer. There is a way to look better with the minimum effort. Often this is simply a matter of the way you dress, and if you want to give yourself a more toned and attractive silhouette, you can do so simply by picking your ensemble correctly.
The fashion world is not limited merely to the shops we find on our local streets and the images that can be found in popular fashion glossy magazines. Fashion is now a huge part of the television industry. In this article, we take a look at some of the most popular fashion shows out there.
Why do we shop online? That is so easy to answer: we find the latest fashions, research clothing, shoes and even interior fashion trends. Not once do we have to deal with weekend crowds, rush hour traffic, rude shoppers or harried salespeople. So the question is, how did we ever survive NOT shopping online? Read the article written by Holly Miller.
I’ve recently read a great article about fashion bloggers (like me!) who have been dictating trends and sitting in the front row along with Anna Wintour and Suzy Menkes. I sighed when I heard some of them were invited to the selected fashion shows so I started dreaming that maybe I’m next.
Have you ever heard of a so called ‘Houdini syndrome’? It’s typical to a male kind. Basically its sufferers are men who don’t want to get emotionally involved and soon after realising they are deep in emotions, they disappear like Houdini – a famous magician.