And she tried. But because the party was full of wealthy, coked out socialites who probably had Mariah Carey play their tenth birthday parties, they couldnt even stop flapping their jaws long enough for the type of short performance that generally happens at these things. So Fiona did what any self-respecting artist/kindergarten teacher would do: she asked them to stop being dicks in a variety of kind and humorous ways: Via WWD : Partway through her short set, she climbed on top of her grand piano and asked the audience http://www.hiheelsshoes.com/a-history-of-high-heels/ to be quiet so that she could perform. She then challenged everyone to be silent for the duration of a tone she created by striking a small metal bell.
Bohemian fashion is back!
Zara is advertising free sessions with a personal stylist to help customers "navigate the collection." Bebe's stylists choose outfits based on clients' preferences, sizes and purchase history. Patrons of J. Crew's free program can ask stores to open early or close later. H&M said it planned to launch personal stylist services in certain stores "in the near future." Guess' program, which started last year and is now in 30 North American stores, provides its stylists with monthly training in fashion trends. Not to be confused with personal shoppers, who are essentially gofers who fill shopping lists, stylists put together outfits and dispense fashion advice.
Simon Says: On Trends: I would tell shoppers not to worry about the zeitgeist. For example, 10 years ago leopard print was actually a trend. It was seen on the runway from designers such as Lanvin. Since then, it has just stayed around. I wouldn't say it's a trend again today. I would say the emphasis has shifted to the individual and it isn't so much about following trends.
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The rising sun set against a cover of gray skies and bright blue clouds? Bold, artful and energetic, the Bohemian trend, which was once considered an essential part of the hippie culture, has made a roaring return in the markets. From an eye watering mix of colors to trippy prints, this trend which was long labeled as 'hippie clothing' has transitioned itself into high-end fashion, with models donning it on the runway and designers showcasing it in all its richness. Feminine and mystifying, the boho chic trend has taken over and the fashion pack insists on keeping the iconic trend alive. First making its mark in the 60's, bohemian fashion perfectly blended the elements of art, fashion and music.
Fashion meets film
From Sept 10-15, Elle Thailand will host the Elle Fashion Film Festival, marking the first movie-fest in Thailand on the theme of fashion. Post International Media managing director Sirimon Na Nagara said with Elle magazine advancing into its third decade soon, and after the "Burst out Your Style" campaign earlier this year, she found that the brand is associated with various aspects of life through fashion. "Elle magazine is more than just a fashion magazine. It is a part of life and culture.