June 11, 2021

Day: June 11, 2021

The ugly truth about men who get beauty treatments

Hmmm, what’s that big, hairy thing blocking your view of the bathroom mirror? Wait, could it be … your husband? Yep. Most probably. Thanks to the pandemic, men are getting love bites on their mirrors. The latest research reveals that the male of the species is currently spending more time in the bathroom beautifying himself than his female partner. Why? Well, a year of Zoom meetings and video conferencing has blokes focusing on their flaws.

Gone are the days when a male’s grooming technique required nothing more than “a shower, a shit and a shave”. A woman is now more

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3x Cancer Survivor & Fashion Designer wins International Award for a Good Cause | Texas News

DALLAS, June 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Fashion Designer and 3-Time Cancer Survivor Jimmy Stephens of The MyCause Brand, win coveted award.

The 100th Annual ADC Fashion Awards Shortlist was announced back on April 16th, 2021. As a new brand, with a new category of product, that being Awareness Shoes, it would come as no surprise to International award-winning Fashion Designer Jimmy Stephens, the Designer & Founder behind the MyCause Brand, if he and the brand were not on the Shortlist, after all, it takes years to become known in the fashion world, especially for a new brand, and

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Wempe Pave the Way for a New Type of Luxury Landscape

The landscape of luxury is ever-changing, and it doesn’t necessarily just mean fancy, expensive products anymore. Going from exclusivity to inclusivity, we have seen a shift in the paradigm of what ‘luxury’ actually means.

In Highsnobiety’s New Luxury white paper, we explain how “once strictly tethered to price, craftsmanship, and traditional notions of status and wealth, luxury today is more complicated and dynamic than the acquisition of rare and expensive items that are shorthand status symbols. Once a form of de facto elitism, luxury today is more democratic. While it still comes at a cost, that cost is now more

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Australian Fashion Week: ‘Where is the size diversity?’

I am the first to congratulate Afterpay Australian Fashion Week for dramatically improving the ethnic diversity this year. I’ve loved seeing models like Nylow Ajing and Nabila Leunig representing on the runway.

I loved that there was an all-indigenous parade. That was impressive and so needed during Reconciliation Week.

But I feel they’ve gone backwards in size diversity. I’m a size 16-18 and designers obviously don’t consider my size fashionable.

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It’s like there’s only so much diversity they can handle at once. It’s frustrating, because as the under-represented know, “You can’t

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The business world is crowded, with similar products and services all competing with one another for a bigger slice of the market share. When there isn’t much differentiating your product or service from others (besides, of

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Angelina Jolie Tests Out Summer’s Biggest Denim Trend

Angelina Jolie doesn’t waste time on trends. The actress-director keeps her clothes classic and consistent, sticking to a well-edited list of designers, silhouettes, and stores. So when Jolie adds a new element to her wardrobe, it’s worth noting. After celebrating her 46th birthday in Los Angeles weekend with her six children, the Oscar-winner breezed into New York’s John F. Kennedy airport with the whole family and a chic new look. With her Dior trench coat, Celine horizontal cabas tote bag, and grey face covering, Jolie was (almost) incognito, but no one could ignore her statement denim. Dressed in light blue,

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