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Luxury Clothing on a Budget: Yes, It’s Possible

Luxury Clothing on a Budget: Yes, It’s Possible

As of 2019, the luxury apparel industry in the U.S. values at $18.75 Million and has massive growth room based on the market study conducted by Statista. The term “luxury clothing” tends to intimidate a lot of consumers as they automatically think of expensive designer brands that easily cost several thousands of dollars. In truth, luxury clothing is more of a feeling the item gives off with its textures and overall effect. So if you’re on a budget, is it possible to obtain pieces of luxury clothing? It Starts With Your Funds Money always factors into fashion even when you’re the one creating the pieces yourself. A good rule of thumb is to limit clothes budget to around 5% of after-tax income according to Pete Dunn, a financial planner. To see what fashion pieces are practical, it’s good to establish your funding, and in some cases you may want to make use of…

Tatyana Ariyan Design, ethical fashion glamour

Tatyana Ariyan Design, ethical fashion glamour

Very often Fashion does not really goes along with ethics. Nevertheless, a new state of mind is rising and proves that we can do fashion and yet keep things under a certain aim for fair trade and respect of workers throughout the manufacturing supply chain. This is the case of Tatyana Arian Design, member of the Ethical Clothing Australia association. Tatyana Anderson is the founder and artistic Director of the Brand. She was born in Russia and you can feel and see in everything she does, we taste her russian influences, like a glamourous tzarine theme. She lives and works in Australia, where she has her studio in Melbourne. Her style is both structured, precise and opulent. Her collections for bedroom clothing is more and more famous, revamping this important segment in fashion. It captures all her passion and imagination which will transport you into amazing journeys. She designs and…

Oscar de la Renta for Outnet.com. Dress like Olivia Palermo.

Oscar de la Renta for Outnet.com. Dress like Olivia Palermo.

Oscar de la Renta is back and the American brand signs an exclusive collection for The Outnet.com. And to wear these amazing fashion items, only the rising star, new yorker It-Girl Olivia Palermo would fit the job! The Outnet is THE Fashion designer online outlet. You can find more than 200 designer brands available and because they belong to the Net-a-porter.com group, you have the certitude that all brands are genuine. This spring, Outnet.com revealed a special collaboration with Oscar de la Renta. 24 pieces created especially for the Outnet and in order to represent the face of this incredible fashion work, they chosed the IT-Girl of the moment Olivia Palermo. Discovered by the TV-show “The City” Olivia is considered as a fashion-Icon and muse for many photographers.   The collection fits the creative universe of Oscar de la Renta and the daring choices of Outnet as a worldwide fashion reference….

Win London Fashion week VIP Experience!

Win London Fashion week VIP Experience!

Fashion week London fashion week is pulsing already and from all fashion weeks, it is by far one of the most stylish ones. Creativity, surprise, style and timeless elegance will be the words for this year. London is for ever the city of style as its streets are an endless source of inspiration. Vestiaire Collective associated with talented designer Zoë Jordan are offering exclusive VIP experience during the FW. The only thing you need to do is to participate to their Facebook contest, like their page and fingers crossed! Zoë Jordan is officially opening London fashion week. For this talented designer who launched her label last year, it is the opportunity to show her knowhow. Influenced by her love for travel and architecture, we can see how precise and glamorous she creates beautiful outfits. So check this amazing opportunity to be part of the great fashion week… made in London….

The new look of Vogue Paris

The new look of Vogue Paris

I am not really used to talk about Vogue as I am not sure it is really necessary but this year the Parisian September issue attract my attention. In deed Vogue got a new look and it is something that does not happen often. Check it out. Vogue Paris is flaunting a redesign for its September edition to offer a new look-and-feel that the brand hopes will confirm its position as the leading women’s fashion magazine. As Vogue will always be over the top, they decided to launch nor one but 3 different covers for their new rebooking magazine. All photos were taken by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and they feature Kate Moss, Lara Stone and Daria Werbow. The new design was created by Artistic Director Germain Chauveau and it is supposed to be more minimalistic, more essential. As we say, sometimes “less is more”. According to Luxury Daily, here are…