Category: Fashion

The Crippling Effect Of Genius

LOOKING at a fashion designer’s life, it seems like the most wonderful existence in the world. To have the recognition you want, thousands of parties, millions of fans, to be an artist of the best kind, to have every single person in the world affect by the work you do and when you walk down

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The Parallels Of Friendship And Fashion

Fundamentally, fashion is like friendship. Some pieces you could keep forever and make you feel fabulous every time you wear them, some pieces come and go as your life moves on and some pieces should just never have been bought. I recently went through a situation with a so-called friend that most women go through

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What To Wear For Your Body Type Next Season

Many women don’t feel confident in their own skin and the clothes they wear, not just because they’re insecure with their bodies, but because they are clueless about what clothes, colours and shapes to wear for their body, skin and hair types. The body is such a beautiful thing, and when dressed appropriately can be

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Only The Best For A Festival!

There’s something so…British about a festival. The weather, the acceptance of the mud, the cheap, non-waterproof tents, the fashion. Everybody who is anybody has attended a festival or at least wishes they had. Festival fashion is one of the biggest fashion trends discussed amongst the masses every year. Although some people push the boat out,

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John Galliano: Saint Or Sinner?

For years, we marvelled over John Galliano as a whole, his personal demeanour, his designs for Dior and most importantly, his understanding of women. Galliano stood out as a god among men, a rare commodity, a man who could finally make women feel they wanted to feel. But one meltdown earlier in the year created

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The Body Issue

As the issue of body size rages on in the world of fashion, most modelling agencies are under the illusion that size matters. The 90s and earlier part of the last decade were filled with debate between the anorexic heroin addict Kate Moss’s of the 90s and the fight for normality and the ability to

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A/W 2011

Spring has only just arrived and already it’s time to start planning your autumn/winter wardrobe. This Spring/Summer 2011 collection had radical changes to the season previous, sporting loud colours, classic shapes, and most controversial of all, flats on the catwalk. But however different it may be, as usual, it works every time. Women pay not

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S/S 2011

IT’S TIME to put the winter woollies in the back of the wardrobe because we’re about to hit the summer with a bang! Gone are the warm colours like red and purple, we’re going to follow in Henry Holland and Betsey Johnson’s footsteps and bring back the vibrancy! We’re talking pastels with a bit of

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Marc Jacobs: Ten Years On

He’s considered fashion royalty among his peers. He’s best friends with Victoria Beckham, has had his designs worn by First Lady Michelle Obama and has been listed on Times Magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world. This year, his second range Marc by Marc Jacobs is in its tenth year and

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