self expression

How To Express Yourself Through Fashion

How To Express Yourself Through Fashion

Your clothes are one way to show the world what you stand for and who you are. There’s no denying the impact fashion has on your mindset, mood and confidence. Embrace the amount of choices that are out there for getting ready each day. Remember that clothing is more than simply a way to cover yourself. It’s used to make a fashion statement, and many people turn it into a career. You’re not the only one who struggles to make sense of it all and that’s why it’s important to know all of the ways it can help you feel more vibrant. See how to express yourself through fashion. Dress for You Although you probably page through magazines and see models online who you think look great and want to mimic, keep in mind that your wardrobe is all about you. Pick out garments you think are fashionable and that you…

Punk will never die. It is just a matter of eternal re-start.

Punk will never die. It is just a matter of eternal re-start.

Many art and ideologist trends influenced the fashion scene for several years. Some of them have eternal come-backs, as if they were part of our social style foundation. And in 2013, Punk has never been so alive in the cultural and fashion trends. What is Punk ? Punk is considered as a sub–culture that gathers many references on the following topics: Music Fashion Ideologies Visual Art Dance Literature Film Overal it promotes the idea of individual freedom. Nobody really knows where and when exactly Punk was born. According to the records, Punk culture emerged in different countries at the same time somewhere in the mid-70’s. USA, UK and Australia were the 3 main countries. It is amazing to see how influential this sub-culture was and still is. By the end of the 70’s, the movement was split in many other trends: From New Wave, to Pop-Punk, Hardcore-Punk towards alternative Rock,…

Vintage T-Shirt, a T-book?

Vintage T-Shirt, a T-book?

This month was launched a book called Vintage T-Shirt. It was written by 3 masters of Vintage T-shirt in Hollywood, Patrick and Marc Guetta with the help of fashion magazine editor Alison Nieder. Mr and Mr Guetta are the legendary owners of a store called World of Vintage T-Shirts.