Typing this headline I couldn’t avoid the words spoken by Olivia Newton John in my mind (Let’s get Physical) and funny how those little changes in lines actually reflect the main difference between the 20th century and the new millennium.
The last century was all about physical, exterior, profit making, BIG, consumerism but something has happened, let say a change in collective consciousness. A new era of a meaningful approach to life has come with a tendency of slowing down in fashion, food, and all aspects of life. With this change we have all been invited to take a more ethical and more human approach in our lives. Continue reading Softness Word
When you think of Miami music festivals, chances are Ultra is the first one that springs to mind. The EDM juggernaut reflects a major contingent of the city’s nightlife, as a mecca for clubgoers who seek the adrenaline rush that comes with the genre’s massive drops. It is also irrevocably linked to the less-is-more dress code you might witness on Miami Beach’s Ocean Drive—loosely distinguished by neon bikini tops, cheek-baring short shorts, and, frankly, little else. Continue reading Miami Festival Style Looks Absolutely Nothing Like You’d Expect
Once upon a time, the idea of secondhand baby clothes conjured up images of yellowing vests, worn-out trousers and romper suits with a variety of mysterious stains. But with designer children’s clothes now one of fashion’s fastest-growing markets, the world of infantwear – both new and pre-loved – has had something of a makeover. Continue reading Canny parents wise up to used designer kidswear at tiny prices
And so the big brown-shoe debate rages on. Speaking at a conference, an unnamed lawyer has told trainees never to wear brown shoes with a blue suit. A study by the government’s Social Mobility Commission in 2016 found that investment banks are less likely to hire men who wear brown shoes to an interview. The former editor of the Daily Mail Paul Dacre hated them (although, to be fair, Dacre hated a lot of things and probably still does). Continue reading Why does the City hate brown shoes?