The link below will show you the Bobo House Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
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The link below will show you the Bobo House Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
Fashion Industry News: The newest release of Datacolor MATCH TEXTILE v. 2.0 provides enhanced functionality and ease-of-use for superior first-shot matches and recipe corrections, thereby increasing efficiency in the color development process.
Learn more about Datacolor Match Textile v. 2.0
Datacolor, a global leader in color management solutions, provides software, instruments and services to assure accurate color of materials, products and images. The world’s leading brands, manufacturers and creative professionals have used Datacolor’s innovative solutions to consistently achieve the right color for more than 40 years.
Datacolor provides sales, service and support in over 65 countries throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia. This has given the company an intimate understanding of its core markets and how they depend on color, allowing Datacolor to provide cost-effective solutions to manage color globally throughout its customers’ workflows – enabling them to realize their vision, save time, improve quality, reduce costs, and excite their customers. Industries served include textile and apparel, paint and coatings, automotive, plastics, microscopy, photography, videography, digital imaging, home theater, ink, printing, paper, leather and others.
As you are most likely aware, we are huge fans of fashion designer Vera Wang. We wanted to share with you some of her recent thoughts regarding wedding gowns.
For many women, sensuality is expressed through the choice of a neckline, but how much is too much? Anything too obvious is seldom appropriate. The neckline of a wedding dress frames the bride’s face and shoulders, and is critical to emphasizing (or deemphasizing) her bosom.
For a small bosom, a deep V-neck is always flattering and a carved racer-front or narrow halter creates a sleek, sexy look. For a full bosom, choose a neckline that can hold extra stays or an additional layer of stretch lining for support. I recommend a crumb-catcher neckline as it flatters all sizes.
In all cases, err on the side of discretion – even high necklines can be provocative if combined with an element of surprise, such as a low back. – XO, Vera
The innovation behind direct to garment printing has increased dramatically over the past few years. One of the key players in the industry is Kornit Digital. If you wish to print on garments, you should learn more about this company.
New York Fashion Week is almost here. View the schedule for the runway shows.
Will you be attending the New York Fashion Week this season?
A founding national sponsor of American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women®, Macy’s has raised more than $50 million in the fight against heart disease in women
Initiatives include Macy’s annual Wear Red Sale, exclusive red dresses from Calvin Klein, Kensie, and Thalia, along with Ideology active wear that benefits the cause; in-store events in select markets and presenting sponsor of this year’s Go Red For Women® Red Dress CollectionTM fashion event.
Macy’s annual Wear Red Sale (February 4-9) will help make American Heart Month more fashionable than ever. Throughout February, Macy’s will offer a selection of exclusive red dresses by Calvin Klein, Kensie and Thalia, which benefits Go Red For Women, along with a new capsule collection of Ideology active wear including graphic tanks, T-shirts, sports bra and crop pants. Customers will find these limited-edition red dresses and the new active wear collection in select stores and on macys.com in time for National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015.
Wear Red Sale
Macy’s invites all customers to help celebrate National Wear Red Day (Feb. 6), with its annual Wear Red Sale in stores from Wednesday, Feb. 4 through Monday, Feb. 9. Customers wearing red or purchasing a newly-designed 2015 Red Dress pin for $2 that benefits Go Red For Women will receive a 20 percent discount on most regular, sale and clearance merchandise or 15 percent discount on fine and fashion jewelry, sale and clearance watches, and select home items.
Macy’s will continue to sell the Red Dress pin and accompanying discount through Monday, Feb. 16. One hundred percent of all pin sales are donated to Go Red For Women. Last year alone, Macy’s sold more than 1.1 million Red Dress pins, raising $2.3 million for Go Red For Women. Additional merchandise exclusions can apply.
Macy’s Exclusive Red Dresses
This February, Macy’s introduces three new exclusive red dresses for American Heart Month created by Calvin Klein, Kensie and Thalia. These limited-edition dresses are available at select Macy’s stores and on macys.com/GoRed, and retail from $79.99 to $99, with 10 percent of the purchase price of each item sold from Feb. 1 through Feb. 28 (Calvin Klein and Thalia) and March 31, 2015 (Kensie) donated to Go Red For Women.
Ideology Capsule Collection Active Wear
New this year, Macy’s Ideology active wear line will feature a capsule collection of eight exclusive pieces that benefit the cause. From Feb. 1 through Feb. 28, 10 percent of the sale price of the graphic tanks, t-shirts, crop pants and sports bra will be donated to Go Red For Women.
The American Heart Association’s® Go Red For Women® Red Dress CollectionTM 2015, presented by Macy’s
Macy’s is the proud presenting sponsor of the 2015 Red Dress Collection kicking off Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week to celebrate a new era in women’s heart health. On Feb. 12 at Lincoln Center in New York City, the Red Dress Collection will showcase a group of powerful celebrity women representing different ages and backgrounds showcasing emerging and established designers. The Red Dress Collection has kicked off Fashion Week since 2003 and this year’s show will again feature a number of well-known women including Alexa Ray Joel, Catt Sadler, Ciara, Jane Seymour, Star Jones, Thalia and Zendaya, among many others. Three dresses created by emerging fashion incubator designers based in Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco, housed at Macy’s department stores, will be featured on the runway modeled by Carla Hall, Irina Pantaeva and Cynthia Bailey.
Go Red Total Makeover Events
Macy’s and the American Heart Association welcome guests to take part in Go Red Total Makeover events at select Macy’s stores around the country on Saturday, Feb. 7, with two exceptions – Portland (Feb. 6) and Charlotte (Feb. 14). Customers can visit stations throughout the store to meet experts and learn more about making smart choices for heart health including physical activity and nutrition. Upon visiting each station and completing a passport, guests will be entered to win a $250 Macy’s gift card. These events will take place in the following markets: Charlotte, NC; Chicago; Cincinnati; Fort Worth, TX; Las Vegas; New York; Portland, OR; and Richmond, VA.
Go Red For Women Luncheons
Go Red For Women Luncheons take place in 186 cities across the country, raising much-needed funds for the cause. Luncheon guests nationwide will receive a $10 Macy’s gift card. Attendees of select events will be eligible to win a $250 Macy’s gift card, and Estee Lauder will return again this year to offer 3-Minute Beauty services.
Jess Weixler attended the 28th American Cinematheque Award presentation honoring Matthew McConaughey wearing a bronze strapless gown from the Resort 2015 collection by Alberta Ferretti.
For more info and to register visit http://www.iheartfashioniheartkids.com/.
Parents and Guests may purchase runway show tickets online too!
Alessandra Ambrosio was photographed wearing a TOKYObay watch again in Los Angeles! The supermodel rocked her Lily Watch in Grey while on her way to Pilates ($100; http://www.tokyobayinc.com)
Katharine McPhee was photographed wearing Cynthia Rowley earlier today in NYC! The Scorpion actress stepped out in the Cabochon Shell ($295) and matching Flounce Skirt with Cabochon ($275) from the designer’s Fall 2014 Collection (www.cynthiarowley.com).
Milk the Goat is now presenting their 2015 women’s swimwear collection. Click the following link to view the swimsuits.
Let us know if you like the collection.
Damir Doma is a Parisian fashion brand found in 2006 by the designer Damir Doma and Paper Rain. The Croation-born designer grew up surrounded by toiles in his mother’s atelier in Germany and later studied fashion in Munich and Berlin. He is now presenting Autumn/Winter 2014 in stores.
Learn more and shop at http://shop.damirdoma.com/
The link below will take you to a .pdf fill that will show you a few handbag options at various price points so that you can see the value in the Kooba & Lany handbags.
If you have purchased any of these bags, please share your thoughts on the quality in the comment area below.
Cameron Diaz was photographed wearing STRÖM Brand yesterday in Sardinia! This is the third time the globetrotting star sported her Kort Star shorts on vacation with her beau Benji Madden ($164, http://www.strombrand.com)!
Here is a more clear image of her trendy denim shorts.
You can see also see Cameron from earlier this week when she was in Positano, Italy. View Cameron Diaz in Denim Shorts in Positano on the Apparel Search fashion blog.
Annabeth Gish carried a Thalé Blanc clutch to the premiere of FX’s The Bridge in Los Angeles earlier this week. The actress complemented her metallic dress with Thalé Blanc’s Talia Fastueux Mini Clutch in Gold Python ($1,615; www.thaleblanc.com).
You may also want to view Kellie Pickler on the red carpet with a lovely Thalé Blanc clutch earlier this year. You can also see more celebrities with this brand at the apparel search fashion blog. click here.
International Styling Consultant Shares Confidence-Boosting Clothing Tips
As if there weren’t enough to worry about in day-to-day life, people often find themselves frozen in front of their closets during the morning rush, panicking about what to wear.
“I think everyone has that terrible feeling of insecurity from time to time when you just know you have on the wrong outfit – as if it’s not just your clothes that are frumpy and outdated, but you, too,” says styling consultant Ashley Martini, author of the new book, “Styletini,” and founding member of Martini Fashions, (www.ashleymartini.com).
“Unfortunately, in today’s society, people do judge books by their covers – and perception is reality. You can sense how people respond to you, especially in relation to job opportunities and relationships.”
Getting your outfit right can be challenging, she concedes. People want to be confident yet comfortable; up-to-date yet not necessarily “hipsteriffic;” professional but not overly formal. Most have a favorite outfit or two, but those get old quickly when worn twice a week.
“One of the first things you should understand is that your criteria really isn’t conflicting – you can be stylish, professional and comfortable, all with that stamp of individuality,” Martini says. “You just have to know what to look for.”
Martini talks tips to take the stress out of the morning dress hour.
• Not all trends work for all body types. “You have to be honest with yourself; skinny jeans may not work for you, and forcing yourself into a pair that’s semi-workable is not the best way to optimize your closet,” she says. “The trendiest thing any individual can do is answer the question: Is it flattering?”
Women have six basic body types: triangle, narrow above the waist and wider on the bottom; inverted triangle, with fuller shoulders and chest and slim hips and thighs; rectangle, also known as athletic with little definition in the waist and hips; diamond, high-sitting, full stomach with wide hips and full thighs; apple, similar to diamonds, but with a lower-sitting stomach – also know as oval-shaped; hourglass, with equal upper and lower halves with well-defined waists.
• Know your measurements! Measure the parts of your body that most define your shape: your hips, shoulders, waist and bust. Wear underwear (but not shapewear) when measuring hips, and wrap the tape around the fullest part of your hips and butt for the most accurate measurement. Don’t tug too tightly or loosely when measuring; the number in the center front is your hip size.
To measure shoulders, keep your back straight and your shoulders relaxed, and extend the tape from the outer edge of one shoulder to the outer edge of the other.
To measure your waist, bend forward and note where your body creases – that’s where to measure.
For bust, wear a top without a bra, which often alters measurements. Wrap the tape across your back and under your shoulder blades and arms – and around the fullest part of your breasts.
• Own your plus-size, petite or tall body. You’ve probably heard the statement, “Real women have curves.” Yes, they do, but there are also real women with smaller busts; long and lean women, and some built like the ancient fertility goddess statues. All of us are “real.”
One tip for plus-sized women: highlight your assets — shapely legs and well-toned arms are meant to be flaunted. Petite women: Opt for pieces that come in naturally shorter lengths, such as cigarette pants, knee-length or higher skirts and three-quarter and shorter sleeve tops and jackets. Showing more skin will make your limbs look longer. Tall women: Wear high heels if you want to — just because you’re taller doesn’t mean they’re off limits.
About Ashley Martini
Ashley Martini, styling consultant and founding member of Martini Fashions, LLC, discreetly assists both men and women in unearthing and exhibiting their inner beauty through style, fashion and the top trends. Ashley is the author of the new book on style, “Styletini,” (www.ashleymartini.com). A business graduate of Lynn University, she specialized in fashion marketing and merchandising. She also completed her master’s degree in business with a focus on international business, and studied abroad in the world’s fashion capital, Paris, with a concentration in fashion styling and trend forecasting. She worked as a styling intern with Jennifer Lopez’s fashion company Sweetface/JustSweet/JLO, and earned numerous fashion awards.
Young And The Restless star Melissa Claire Egan sparkled in Harry Kotlar diamonds at the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Beverly Hills! Melissa celebrated the show’s win for Best Daytime Drama in a Platinum and Yellow Gold 10.84ct Diamond Pave Pear Shaped Bracelet (J-4470; $78,645), a Platinum and Yellow Gold 3.06ct Diamond Marquise Cut Ring (J-4469, $30,591) and Platinum and Yellow Gold 4.34ct Diamond Pear Shaped Earrings (J-5220, $52,144) all from Harry Kotlar’s Vault Collection (www.harrykotlar.com).
Since we’re less than one week away from the official start of summer, this is the perfect time to stock up on the season’s hottest colors and styles. With designers and style icons showing off their sunny side debuting canary yellows, neon pinks and sunset-inspired hues, we’re especially excited to swap our dark and dreary fashions for more colorful, creative accessories this summer.
To pair your white pants and beachy gear with some exciting pops of on-trend color, I wanted to pass along some great style ideas from Hope Paige and CureDiva – for under $30! With gorgeous non-toxic nail polish to gorgeous bracelets and fans to stay cool, the below products are the perfect accessories to showcase your summer style – without breaking the bank.
Hope Paige women’s bracelets (first row): With gorgeous crystal beading and pastel pink leather bands with sterling silver charms, this one-of-a-kind arm candy from Hope Paige will bring a bit of sunshine while serving as a great statement or stacking bracelet. Bracelets also keep wearers safe, as the medical insignia on the charm will immediately be recognized by medical personnel. Celeb fans of the brand include Danielle Jonas, Mayim Bialik, Melissa Joan Hart and Kimora Lee Simmons. Pricing and more information available at http://www.hopepaige.com
Fancy Hand Fans (second row): The Fancy Hand Fans will keep you cool while still looking hot! Available in a variety of colors, styles and patterns, mix and match fans to match outfits all summer long. Take this out with friends or to the beach as a cool summer accessory. Retails for $21 at http://www.curediva.com.
Acquarella Nail Polish (second row): Acquarella’s non-toxic nail polish is the perfect way to get the hottest summer colors without applying toxic chemicals from other polishes to your skin! This polish is one-of-a-kind and safe for anyone to wear and comes in a variety of colors. Retails for $16 at http://www.curediva.com.