RE-WEARING YOUR DENIM | A FASHION FIX // UK FASHION AND LIFESTYLE BLOG. Wearing double denim isn't to everyone's taste, so why not put a spin on the iconic look buy swapping a denim shirt or jacket with a cropped suede jacket? This premium jacket is the perfect transitional piece into Autumn, it is super versatile down to the dark tan colour and because it is cropped it will be your new go to. (What makes it even better is that it is now in the sale!) This button down mini has already become one of my wardrobe staples simply down to the simplicity of the design. It's a perfect length to go from day to night, and really vamps up the standard aline skirt we all know and love. Click on the images below to shop the post! Disable your ad blocking software to view this content. Monique Lhuillier's Guide To Getting Dressed Up - eveningwear dressing advice. Killer Stuart Horner protests on roof of HMP Manchester for second day - BBC News.
Migrant crisis: Tough Hungarian laws take effect - BBC News. Fashion Week Front Rows And Parties. Candice Swanepoel Catwalk Fall Givenchy Lais Ribeiro. 14 September 2015 Lauren Milligan CANDICE SWANEPOEL was back on her feet, happily attending a charity event, just hours after falling during the Givenchy show in New York on Friday night. Swanepoel was picked up by a front-row guest after the tumble, and approached the incident with characteristic good humour. "Thank you to whoever picked me up off the runway tonight," she said on Instagram alongside a picture of her knees, which were bloodied in the incident. "Left with little scratches but mostly a bruised ego #ohwell. " Related Show Rather than hiding at home, as many might have done, she attended an event with fellow Victoria's Secret Angel Lais Ribeiro at the Rose Bar at Gramercy Park Hotel following the show, to celebrate the Brazilian model joining her as an ambassador for Bottletop, a sustainable fashion company which supports philanthropic initiatives across the world.
Related Gallery. Parisian ‘It’ Girl Jeanne Damas Can’t Live Without Red Lipstick and Heels. People Told Her To Remove Her Birthmark, But She Chose To Embrace It Instead. 22-year-old professional dancer Cassandra Naud was born with a large birthmark under her left eye, and although she begged for an operation to remove it in her youth, she now refuses to get one – she even says that she appreciates her unique appearance and that it helps her stand out in her field. The Alberta, Canada-based dancer was teased throughout her youth for the birthmark, which is also covered in hair (hypertrichotic), but her parents were afraid to operate on it for fear that it would leave large scars on her face.
Read on for more of her story! More info: Instagram | Twitter (h/t: aplus) Cassandra Naud was born with a hairy birthmark under her left eye Many have suggested that she remove it, but she refuses In fact, she embraces her stand-out appearance “My birthmark is a huge part of me. It hasn’t stopped her from finding love, either! She refused plastic surgery when she learned that it may scar her face “Wanting to please, I agreed at first, despite feeling shocked they’d asked. Why It’s So Hard for Assistant Designers to Become Fashion Stars. Over the past decade, many of New York’s most lauded designers — like Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler, and Zac Posen — launched their labels straight out of fashion school, with no more than a few internships as experience.
But the rise to fashion stardom isn’t usually so quick — even when it looks like it is. Oprah Winfrey backed Prabal Gurung before his first collection at NYFW in February 2009 even debuted, but Gurung worked under others for seven years, first at Cynthia Rowley then at Bill Blass, before launching his own line. Joseph Altuzarra's first runway show that same fall was attended by his friend and muse Carine Roitfeld. Altuzarra, who received no formal education in design, had been first assistant to Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci and an apprentice to one of the industry’s best pattern-makers, former Rochas atelier head Nicolas Caïto.
Still, these are the exceptions. Such recognition is not encouraged. But it’s not always about PR and politics. Andre Leon Talley: 'There Are Ceilings That I Have Not Broken That I Should Have Broken' "Yes, You Can Make It In Fashion" is a new HuffPost Style series that profiles men and women across every area of the fashion industry and explores how they rose to the top, how they thrive and practical advice they have for young people trying to break into their world. Very few people have a resume that can rival that of Andre Leon Talley. Born in North Carolina, the 65-year-old fashion pundit has worked closely with Andy Warhol at Interview Magazine, Diana Vreeland at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Anna Wintour at Vogue -- so you could say he has the most impressive list of mentors in the biz.
For a man with a personality that is larger than life and a longgggg list of accomplishments -- among other things, he has written books, served as a judge on "America's Next Top Model," hosted an Oscars show and received an honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Savannah College of Art and Design -- he is one of the warmest, most impassioned people we have ever met.
Here's what we learned: How Much Fashion Jobs Really Pay: 2014 Edition. Want to know how much your dream job pays? Fashionista's second annual salary survey can offer you some guidance on that question, and also give you a sense of what you might make at every step in your career. We surveyed more than 5,000 Fashionista readers about their jobs: what they do, where they work, and yes, how much they get paid. Categories, which are purposefully broad, include retail/sales/e-commerce, marketing, publicity, design, social media, editorial and creative. Employees from some pretty major brands -- like Vogue, Marc Jacobs and Prada -- participated, so we're confident that these numbers are evident of what's really happening in the industry when it comes to pay. One thing that's important to remember: the salaries listed reflect an average. So use them as a guide, not the be-all, end-all. Retail/Sales/E-Commerce Editorial Creative Design Associate Designer: $51,840Technical Designer: $87,370Senior Designer: $89,600Designer: $127,260Design Director: $177,560 Marketing.
Asos Chief to Step Down 15 Years After Founding Fashion Retailer | News & Analysis. LONDON, United Kingdom — Asos Plc, the U.K.’s largest online-only fashion retailer, said Chief Executive Officer Nick Robertson will step down, 15 years after he co-founded the business. Robertson will remain with the company as a non-executive director, London-based Asos said in a statement Wednesday.
His replacement as CEO will be Chief Operating Officer Nick Beighton. Under Robertson, Asos has grown from a startup to become a leader in online fashion retailing with annual sales of about 1 billion pounds ($1.5 billion). The CEO, who was honored with the title Order of the British Empire in 2011 for his achievements in the world of clothing retailing, holds a stake in the company worth more than 200 million pounds.
“We are fortunate to have such an able successor for the CEO role,” Chairman Brian McBride said in the statement. Beighton joined Asos in April 2009 as chief financial officer, becoming COO in October last year. Robertson is stepping down on a positive note. Best Fashion Bloggers - The Best Fashion Blogs. The Best Street Fashion.