Top 5 Best Free Fashion Apps for iPhone & Android Keeping up with fashion isn’t always easy. Things are always changing and it can be very hard to keep up with the newest trends. These five apps let you duplicate your favorite celebrity’s style, shop from various stores at once and even take your closet with you. You’ll always be in the loop. 1. b a r t a b a c It’s Friday again and I am back home from Madrid, but soon off to California again!!!! In the meantime, here is a really cool casual look, because there is nothing better than going from heels to sneakers. These Converse All Star trainers are uber cool, with the Tie Dye design making them perfect for summer. I would love to wear them with shorts and dresses but the weather prevented me from doing so and I opted for jeans, a white t-shirt and a checked jacket instead. Hope that you have a great day, much love!
8 Groundbreaking Catwalk Moments – SB EDIT From dramatic tumbles to decisions that challenged the status quo, we explore the famous catwalk moments that have made fashion history. With its dangerously skinny girls, blank expressions and cutting edge pieces, catwalk fashion can often be a little intimidating. So, it’s always a pleasant surprise when some of this harsh industry’s insiders try something new to shake up the status quo (even if it’s not intended!) Check out this list of some of our favourite catwalk moments that have challenged the face of fashion and made style history. 1. Naomi Campbell’s memorable fall in Paris
Travelling with Alex This pearl of Denmark has a special place in my heart, after having studied there for a year. And it’s of course a challenge to boil that down into a list of travel tips, but I’ll give it a go, for Olatz! First of all – know your hoods. It’s basically the centre, Nørrebro, Vesterbro and Christianshavn/Christiania that are relevant if you are in town for a few days. Nørrebro is the gentrified hipster area where everyone wants to live and hang out (and you should!), with Nørrebrogade and Dronning Louises bro (bridge) as orientation points, and then Assistens kirkegård in the middle. A Beautiful Mess I love using cloth napkins to dress up our dinner table, and through the years I've grown even more fond of their sustainability and cost effectiveness. Though, I'm not sure how cost effective it is if you keep buying more and more cloth napkins each year! This holiday season I thought it would be fun to look at how I could dress up the napkins I already own to give them an extra festive vibe. Check out three simple ways you can give new life to your table linens. And hey! Two of them are even no sew!
Silicon Valley techs up catwalk Technology meets clothing, as Silicon Valley holds its first ever fashion week. At the groundbreaking event, the runway has never looked quite so "geeky." It is a place famous for engineers and CEOs wearing hoodies and jeans, a look known as "geek chic." So Silicon Valley Fashion week set out to prove technology can transform anything, including Silicon Valley's signature look.
Gargoyle sweater I hope you're all having a relaxing & joyous Sunday! Yesterday, one of my closest friends, who happends to be a great hairstylist, colored my hair ombre. I really like it, what do you think? I wanted to change my hairstyle, but not make a radical change. About my look: gargoyle sweater from Choies, blouse from H&M, skirt from Zara, heels from Plndr and bag from VJ-style. Modest Fashion Style Blog Hi! This is Emily from The Lovely Things. I am fairly new to the blogging scene. My blog is all about my life and my evolving style. The Future of Fashion is Now 'seeking for pure hearts' A conceivable and sustainable solution to convert livelihood and environmental issues into fashion design. In my commissioned work I focus on presenting craftsman’s excellent carving skill to support my design concept. It is a simple but very strong beginning to practice the forms of art.
Fashion Design FIT in NYC: Worldwide leader in fashion education For many people around the world, fashion education means just one thing: FIT. Our Fashion Design program—one of FIT’s original degree programs—has been preparing students for success at every level, from haute couture to ready-to-wear to mass market, for 65 years.