Temperatures are starting to rise, and that's definitely good news, and consequently our wardrobe starts changing. So, hooray! for higher temperatures, blazers, ballet flats, and lighter spring coats that hold a lot of promise.
Fashion and Beauty (9 posts found)
Estee Lauder is a brand with many years of tradition, which used to impress our mothers, and today the story continues with new generations.
After statement necklaces, which screamed for attention, after midi rings, which adorned practically every finger and required a perfect manicure, now is the time for statement earrings. You'll mostly see hoops, some ethnic pieces, both dangling and really hug...
Tartan or plaid is here and it seems like the perfect way to spice up winter and the cold days when we ache for a flannel shirt or warmer pants, woollen dress, or a jacket that won't go unnoticed.
Jimmy Choo, the famous luxury brand, came into existence thanks to a designer and master shoemaker, who specialised in custom-made shoes. He emerged out in London's East End in the 90's, and won over elite society all over the world, including Princess Diana.
Choker necklaces aren’t a novelty; on the contrary, we’ve been admiring them for some time now. The short, velvet, usually wider necklace, worn individually or in combination with other, longer necklaces, is a detail that complements the decolletage beautifull...
Clothes are a way to boost our morale, take time to ourselves, work on ourselves and get to know ourselves better, because, you know, it's not that bad to spend some time alone now and then and work on our image.
Stars are fashion designers' top choice, which they've already hinted at last year, and by now they're a fun addition to every piece, especially jeans (all over in Stella McCartney's version) and shirts (country style is a big trend).
The 40 year old Caroline de Maigret is a fashion model, Lancôme's new muse, and a countess. What inspired her to publish a book? This is what she has to say: "I spent a lot of time travelling around the world due to my professional obligations, and I realised...