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Bella Hadid Has the Simplest Styling Trick for Surviving Fashion Week


Come Fashion Week, it can be tough to stand out in a sea of street-style stars who pile on the statement pieces of every stripe. Fortunately, Bella Hadid is here to offer a simple strategy to cut down on the…

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Vancouver Fashion Week launches new platform to boost designers on international runway


Vancouver Fashion Week has launched a new platform that will help boost emerging and established designers onto the international runway. Dubbed the Global Fashion Collective, the initiative will make its debut at New York Fashion Week on Thursday (February 8),…

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Kirsten Dunst Confirms Her Pregnancy in the New Rodarte Lookbook


Today, Kirsten Dunst confirmed her pregnancy by posing in the Fall 2018 Rodarte lookbook, titled Women Who Inspire Us. As part of a portrait series posted on Instagram, Dunst wears a romantic floral embroidered tulle gown and cradles her baby…

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Fashion forward

Newstalgia ‘Nostalgia is everywhere this season, with designers looking to the past to create the future,” explains Brown Thomas Fashion Director, Shelly Corkery. “Designers exhibit regal opulence where trends are inspired by art, museums and royal retrospectives and, in doing…

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The Romantic Pink Velvet Blouse Maura Would Save for Special Fashion Occasions


Listen, when millennials started craving the color pink in droves a couple of years ago, I was thrilled. I’ve always been a fan, especially when it’s of the milkier, more delicious ballet variety. It’s timeless, versatile and according to the…

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‘Soviet Dior’ vows to keep Russian fashion colorful

Russia's most famous fashion designer Slava Zaitsev (R) presents one of his creation during an interview on November 23, 2017 at his fashion house in Moscow. At almost 80, Slava Zaitsev is far from finished fighting (AFP/Maxim Smeyev)

At almost 80, Russia’s most famous fashion designer Slava Zaitsev is far from finished fighting “the greyness of everyday life” with the rich colours of designs inspired by his homeland’s folk costumes. Dubbed the “Soviet Christian Dior” in the 1960s…

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4 must-have items for a stylish 2018


The idea of wading through the seemingly endless racks of a retail store in search of a few stylish new staples to add to your wardrobe can be daunting. So, to help take the guesswork out of the experience, we…

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History of Fashion – Beaks


Okay, so maybe this one wasn’t a fashion trend as such, but you have to admit it’s pretty darn crazy. Plague doctors in the 17th and 18th centuries were called ‘quacks’ because of these beak-like masks that they wore which…

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History of Fashion – Corsets


It is possibly a bit unfair to lump all corsets into the same category, since there were so many varieties over time. The short stays worn by Jane Austen and her friends, for example, were designed to give support, much…

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A Walkable High Heel


Heels give you confidence level like nothing else can. But careful not to invest in something you can’t walk in though—the worst is a heel too high or too blister-inducing, which winds up underneath your desk collecting dust. Opt for…

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