Fashion

The history of Western fashion is the story of the changing fashions in clothing for men and women in Europe and other countries under influence of the Western world, from the 12th century to the present.
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  • Kelly Ripa Shuts Down Instagram Hater Claiming She Got a Nose Job
    Entertainment Tonight

    Kelly Ripa Shuts Down Instagram Hater Claiming She Got a Nose Job

    The 'Live With Kelly and Ryan' co-host tells it like it is!

  • Sorry to bother you but, Kanye West just wore socks and sliders to attend 2 Chainz Wedding
    Cosmo

    Sorry to bother you but, Kanye West just wore socks and sliders to attend 2 Chainz Wedding

    Kim, no one is looking at you when your husband is wearing sandals that are too small for him...

  • How to do a new season wardrobe changeover
    The Telegraph

    How to do a new season wardrobe changeover

    Until this year, I couldn’t see the point of changing my wardrobe over with the seasons. What seasons? Like most of us, I pretty much wore the same thing all-year round. In my case, lightweight separates in wools and silks. But some of my friends, who have a ritual ‘changeover’, persuaded me to give it a try. For them, the unzipping of the summer dust-bags is as much a part of the season starting as barbecues and rosé. Silk blouse, £320, Goat; Isabel Marant corduroy trousers, £340, Matches fashion.com The big sell was that come autumn, after six months’ absence, unpacking my cold- weather stalwarts would be like discovering a stash of new clothes. Or that’s what my friends told me. So even before the heatwave, I decided to try it out. I’d already pared my wardrobe down because I had no space and I wasn’t wearing a lot of things because they’d emerge too crumpled. It had got to the point where there was nothing left to get rid of apart from what I really like. How to make space? At first I only packed away the heaviest pieces (I do mean pack. I used some of the lovely but impractical luggage I’ve been given). As the days grew warmer, I stowed away velvets, most of my jackets, the heavier knits, even if they were in cotton. Would I miss them? Maybe, but it wasn’t for ever (and actually, I haven’t. Next time I might be more ruthless from the get-go). The continuous weeding means I wasn’t overwhelmed by the task and could scrutinise everything for wear-and-tear.  Sunglasses, £195, Joseph; Cross-body bag, £25.99, Zara; Leather shoes, £99, Uterqüe  Now that the deadheading’s done, I can see things in a different light. I realise there are some items I’m never going to wear again and others I’ve underestimated. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that I’ve been dressing differently – in all those dresses that were previously inaccessible to me. Inevitably, there are the items that I can’t do without and did not make the dust-bag, but come autumn, I’ll introduce the warmer stuff slowly and they’ll seem exciting and fresh. Well, that is the theory. Newsletter promo - Stella - End of article  

  • Fashion TIps with Libier Reynolds
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    Fashion TIps with Libier Reynolds

    Fashion TIps with Libier Reynolds Our favorite lifestyle gal, Libier Reynolds is back with some back to school fashion tips for college!

  • Cold Lake designer to showcase clothes at world famous New York Fashion Week
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    Cold Lake designer to showcase clothes at world famous New York Fashion Week

    A designer from northern Alberta will soon be packing her bags to showcase her work at one of the biggest fashion events in the world – New York Fashion Week. Cassandra Butt, 29, runs Eme Women's Clothing in Cold Lake, Alta. She has been designing clothes since she was 16 years old and has been working in the fashion business the last four years; her work has been showcased during Western Canada Fashion Week. Butt said that, ever since she started watching runway shows and fashion television at the age of 13, she knew she did not want to be the model on the runway but rather the creative mind behind them. “I wanted to be the person that came out after all of them and said, 'I made all of this.

  • Fox Business

    Why salad vending machines are becoming big business in Chicago

    More than 170 automated smart salad fridges have popped up over the last five years.

  • E! Online

    Low-Rise '90s Jeans Are Back—Shop These 11 Pairs

    Let's take a journey back to the 2000s. Even though it was over a decade ago, you remember it like it was yesterday. The Simple Life and Laguna Beach were your reason for living and anything those girls wore, you wore. While you've since rid your wardrobe of crystal embellished bling and hot pink halter tops, but there is one trend worth revisiting: low-rise denim. Before you start turning up your nose, you should know the celebs are already onboard. They're opting for the more is more philosophy by sporting theirs with cropped sweaters and even bikini tops—showing off maximum midsection.

  • Alexa Chung flaunts her slender frame in swan print bikini in Mallorca
    Daily Mail

    Alexa Chung flaunts her slender frame in swan print bikini in Mallorca

    She's one of the UK's most stylish stars and even has her own clothing range. And Alexa Chung showed off her flair for fashion once again as she joined her newly flame-haired pal Pixie Geldof on their idyllic beach day in Mallorca, Spain, on Thursday. The former Popworld star, 34, flaunted her slender frame in a black swan print bikini, which had blue and green detailing on the hems. Stylish star: Alexa Chung showed off her flair for fashion once again on an idyllic beach day in Mallorca, Spain, on Thursday She accessorised her effortlessly chic beach look with an oversized straw bag and a pair of simple gold hoop earrings. Later on in the day, Alexa covered-up her swimwear with an oversized