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Stars are the new stripes: why fashion is turning to the spiky side

Stars are the new stripes: why fashion is turning to the spiky side Shooting through the sky, they bring good luck. In a tarot card reading they mean hope, spirituality, renewal, inspiration and serenity. On Tinder, a blue one is a “super like” (you swiped up, instead of just right, to show that this potential match is your favourite that day). On Snapchat, a large gold one means popularity (someone has replayed your snap in the past 24 hours), while a cluster stands for friendship (you are in a group chat). A marble and brass one on Hollywood Boulevard stands for celebrity; on Uber, the same symbol relates to your manners on late-night journeys home, with particular reference to whether you can hold your drink or are likely to be sick. A red one is communism, but on the US fla...

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Witty baubles and homemade wreaths

Witty baubles and homemade wreaths: how to have a fashionable Christmas Melania Trump has officially killed the twig tree. Silver-sprayed sparse branches were until recently a winning festive look – minimalist-Narnia vibes, a bit abstract, perfect for the Cos-wearer who doesn’t do tinsel – but this year’s Miss Havisham’s attic-themed White House corridor has seen to that. A tunnel of spiky white twigs with all the cosiness of that camping trip from the Blair Witch Project, complete with a lighting concept seemingly based on holding a torch under your chin to freak your little sister out, the Trump twigs went viral as the most joyless decor the White House has ever seen. On the other hand, hygge is very last year. Curling up in a pair of cable-knit socks, with a...

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Fashion books that offer more than good looks

Fashion books that offer more than good looks fashion books usually appeal to the eye with zippy photographs, playful illustrations, arresting typefaces. But the best of them will offer something for the head and heart — a surprising point of view, thoughtful essays, a distinctive style — that makes the experience memorable. Consider these three new books: “John Galliano Unseen” (Yale University Press, $60) by Robert Fairer; “Food in Vogue” (Abrams, $75), edited by Taylor Antrim; and “Items: Is Fashion Modern?” (The Museum of Modern Art, $45) by Paola Antonelli and Michelle Millar Fisher. Visuals — big, bold, almost impossibly saturated with color and often witty as hell — bring a delicious bite to “Food in Vogue,” a look at the fashion magazine’s app...

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What to wear when the dress code says white tie

What to wear when the dress code says white tie Perhaps one of the hardest things in life is choosing the perfect outfit. And when there’s a dress code, all of a sudden the stakes are even higher. But it doesn’t have to be, because we’re here to decode all your fears, queries and questions about every single dress code. White tie is traditionally the most formal of all the dress codes, the ultimate formal outfit for only the fanciest affairs — think, the Met Gala, Oscars, or an extra special wedding. For men, this one means full suit including a white bow tie, hence the name white tie — but the suit should be black, not white, and shoes should be the proper formal dress, nothing else. For women, the rules are a little less strict and much more vague, with t...

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Rihanna and Gucci Won 2017 Fashion in Style

Rihanna and Gucci Won 2017 Fashion in Style CAIRO – 3 December 2017: Queen Riri and Gucci have been named the King and Queen of 2017 since they have topped your fashion, style searches, and social media newsfeed. The global fashion search platform, Lyst, has gathered all of the data from 80 million shoppers, 120 countries, 100 million searches, 5 million fashion products, 12,000 designers and stores to unveil exactly what we as consumers and fashion lovers have been following in 2017. Gucci won hearts this year when they announced that they will no longer be using real fur or animal skin in their creations. This made them a favorite and Alessandro Michele’s creations have made a big statement using Gucci’s signature red and green, big logo and beautiful floral print...

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The fashion industry can only go green by becoming unfashionableGreen

The fashion industry can only go green by becoming unfashionableGreen Fashion is facing up to how wasteful it is, but its impact on the environment goes far beyond fast fashion and ever-changing trends is the new black, if efforts to acknowledge the environmental harm caused by the fashion industry are to be believed. A report released yesterday by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation highlighted the damage done by our efforts to look absolutely fabulous, and they make for grim reading. The clothes industry uses a huge amount of resources to create its wares, it says, including 93 billion cubic metres of water per year for growing cotton and the like. It also creates a vast amount of pollution, from the hazardous chemicals used during processing and dyeing, to the plastic ...

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These Are 2017’s Most Popular Fashion

These Are 2017’s Most Popular Fashion Trends From All Over The WorldIf you like to stay on top of fashion trends, looking at runway shows is a great place to start, but they’re not always indicative of popular trends in countries around the world. Lucky for us, the folks at fashion retailer Long Tall Sally researched the top trends worn all over the globe. Not only is it interesting to see the trends people in other countries love, but the results also provide a little fashion inspiration for your wardrobe. With the help of a trends expert, Long Tall Sally analyzed thousands of global trends via street style images, local influencers and Instagram posts. The trends were then cross-referenced with Instagram data from the last 12 months. The top trend in each country was det...

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Taylor Swift's Fashion Transformation: Are you 'Ready For It? '

Taylor Swift's Fashion Transformation: Are you 'Ready For It? ' The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why? She's very busy prepping her wardrobe for Irish weather. Yep, Swift is set to play Croker on Friday, June 15th, 2018. To celebrate this momentous occasion we're checking out the Blank Space singer's many fashion transformations. Taylor has been on the scene for most of her life which means she has walked countless red carpets wearing hundred of different designers. We've decided to celebrate the singer's style at every stage. From the early days of cowboy boots and curls to the Shake It Off short hair, the Calvin Harris era co-ords and the Reputation transformation. Read more at: http://www.queeniebridesmaid.co.uk/cheap-bridesmaid-dresses-online...

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How Gender Nonconforming People Approach Fashion

How Gender Nonconforming People Approach Fashion “Excuse me, sir? I found a couple pairs in the size you were looking for,” the saleswoman at a well-known shoe warehouse told me recently. “They’re pumps, not ankle boots, though.” She held out a pair of glossy teal heels with a sharp toe, having scoured the shelves and storeroom for any shoe that might fit me, period. When I tried them on, I felt like a caricature of a high-powered businesswoman—they fit my narrow feet, but they were a far cry from the taupe-colored low-heeled ankle boots l was looking for. “Sir,” though, fit even less comfortably than the pumps. What was it about my eye makeup, leggings, and thigh-length sweater that said I wanted to be called “Sir”? The twinge of discomfort that follo...

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Ovation Rolls Out The Red Carpet For Duo Of International Fashion

Ovation Rolls Out The Red Carpet For Duo Of International Fashion TitlesCable net Ovation has acquired two high-end fashion documentary series after striking a deal with distributor Cineflix Rights. The arts and culture has picked up Inside Dior and Style Factory from the London-based sales unit of the Canadian company. Inside Dior, which is produced by Scottish production company Finestripe Productions, is a two-part behind-the-scenes look at the billion dollar luxury fashion label. The doc marks the fashion house’s 70th anniversary and looks at its clients and celebrity buyers as well as Dior’s first ever female creative director. It was originally produced for UK broadcaster Channel 4. Meanwhile, Style Factory is a 14-part series that looks at how fashion and beauty pro...

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