Burlesque: FHM 100 Sexiest Women Victory Party
Last July 14, 2011, the sexiest show on earth was held at the World Trade Center in Pasay City. And because I won a ticket for this awesome event I got a chance to cover it for my blog. Burlesque is the theme of the FHM Victory party for the unveiling of the 100 Sexiest women in the world 2011.
Twist your Style with Corduroy Trend
Corduroys are popular again when talking about designer clothes fashion. It is a textile composed of twisted fibers that, when woven, lie parallel to one another to form the cloth's distinct cord pattern and is similar to twill.
Fashion Night at Brasilipinas 2011 Conexao Rio-Manila
We all know that most of the super models come from the beautiful country of Brazil. That is why The EBC Philippines, Power Plant Mall, Embassy of Brazil and Havaianas in cooperation with School of Fashion and Arts presented Brasilipinas 2011 Conexao Rio-Manila.
Tips in Wearing Black
Many people said that wearing black makes you look slimmer. That is why many fashionistas like their designer clothes to be black. Learn how to mix and match your black garments is the key for a successful new look. Black is popular that is why Polo Ralph Lauren and other designer always use this shade to showcase their works.
The First Philippine Fashion Ball
The First Philippine Fashion Ball was held at the Rigodon Ballroom of The Manila Peninsula Hotel last August 15, 2011. It was organized by Preview and hosted by Sanya Smith, the anniversary party ushered in Preview’s much-awaited Best-Dressed Ball that gave recognition to the movers and shakers of the Philippine Fashion industry.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
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- Choose something that really fits you. When it comes to choosing thermal clothing, you're not supposed to choose something that's too loose, or too tight. You got to keep in mind that thermal clothing are supposed to be comfort wears, not an item of fashion statement.
- Thermal clothing provides a few degrees of different comfort. Generally there's five different grades of comfort: Grade 1 - Light Warmth, Grade 2 - Soft Warmth, Grade 3 - Comfort Warmth, Grade 4 - Intense Warmth and Grade 5 - Extreme Warmth. Choose whatever degree of comfort that's applicable to you. When in doubts, never hesitate to ask for assistance from the store's salesperson or person in charge.
- Choose thermal clothing that's made from the finest quality of fabric for long lasting use.
- Last but not least, choose dark coloured thermal clothing. They don't show stains easily in comparison to stark white thermal clothing.
Friday, April 15, 2011
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Wednesday, April 6, 2011
The shoe doesn't have to be perfectly flat, but a shoe with just a bit of heel creates an easy line from the leg, she said. The flat shoe is a safer place to introduce some of the bold, bright colors of spring. Stylist Robert Verdi said, "The flat shoe, not a sneaker, says 'I'm put together.' It's that middle ground where you need to be most days."
The look doesn't have to be about outerwear, said Ann Taylor's Lisa Axelson. Structure and craftsmanship count a lot in creating a high-value trench, she said. It's the inherent familiarity that gives the trench its long life. Burberry gets credit for the early waterproof gabardine coats back in the late 1800s, crafting them for English soldiers and farmers. The name comes from World War I troops' protective coats worn in trenches.
Elle magazine's creative director, Joe Zee, is touting the oversized menswear-tailored trench with its sleeves rolled up, worn over a feminine blouse and pencil skirt. Gap's creative director, Patrick Robinson, says his favorite versions are softer in more of a makeup blush tone rather than khaki.
The temperatures may be going up, but don't expect hemlines to follow. The big spring trend is longer lengths: below-the-knee skirts, maxi dresses and flared-leg trousers. These flowing silhouettes bring freedom from the multiple layers and heavy fabrics of a storm-filled winter. To carry it off, create a triangular shape with a pared-down top, said Lisa Axelson, Ann Taylor senior vice president of design.
Marie Claire editor-in-chief Joanna Coles already has her new printed Prada skirt that hits her knee, which she'll pair with a crisp white button-down, but she thinks anything longer takes careful consideration and effort.
The flowing maxi styles are hard to wear to the office, Coles warns. "A calf-length skirt is on trend, but it's not as flattering as knee-length." She is a fan of the pencil skirt, calling it "almost universally flattering." Kelly Golden, owner of the upscale Chicago-area boutique Neapolitan thinks the neater, midcalf skirt will do better overall. "The '40s silhouette, a suit with a cropped jacket or a fitted blouse, is a very ladylike way to do the longer length." Gap's Patrick Robinson's tips: Pay attention to proper tailoring, even though the style is looser, and mind your proportions; keep it feminine; and embrace the easy attitude.
Saturday, April 2, 2011