6 Essential Tips To Look Slim In Saree

Everyone seems to be affected by trend to some extent. The specialised Roman slave hairdressers created the master’s hairstyle each day, pulling out any gray hairs and retaining the ears and nostrils neat and tidy. I’m a straight married guy with two grown children who loves the texture of carrying nylon panties. Again, it could also be the results of ingrown hairs that it would be best to be addressing as you begin to take care of your beard.

I really like the eighty’s style, and it clicks sometimes, each time everyone seems to be following only one present development and you steal the show by being completely different. The mod style was embraced by young women and men who wished a youth-centric style slightly than the “boring” styles worn by their dad and mom.

Fashions for the trendy cowgirl right this moment could be down right simple as may … Read More

A Menswear Expert Shares His Essential Clothing Items for Fall 2020

It’s been, shall we say, a somewhat unconventional year for fashion. No sooner had we invested in our spring clothes than we were forced into lockdown, where we spent a cruel summer living in our sweats. And while we’re tentatively starting to head back into the world, that doesn’t necessarily mean going back to the same old suit-and-tie.



Sokrat Sokratov wearing a blue shirt: YouTuber and menswear influencer Marcel Floruss, aka One Dapper Street, recommends 15 staple clothing items for fall.


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YouTuber and menswear influencer Marcel Floruss, aka One Dapper Street, recommends 15 staple clothing items for fall.

In a new YouTube video, menswear model, designer and influencer Marcus Floruss breaks down the staple items every man should have in his wardrobe for the most casual fall ever.

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Face coverings have been essential in every sense of the word for several months now, of course, and that isn’t likely to change any time soon. Chances are you already have at least one, but if you’ve been cycling

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Marla Aaron Evolves Her Utilitarian Approach to Fun And Essential Fine Jewelry In Her Newest Collection

I have interviewed many designers and listened when they spoke about their inspiration.  Although there have been may jewelers who cite industrial influences, Marla Aaron locked down the look with her first design directly cast from a hardware store carabiner  (a hook that mountaineers use to fasten one rope to another). Marla explains, “When I realized I could morph this simple shape into different silhouettes and sizes, I realized that other women would want them too.” This is the time, Marla didn’t realize would be an understatement. Marla developed a cult following with women who ‘wanted’, coveted and eventually bough them in a variety of incarnations.

Unless you have been living where there is no internet, phone, or mode of communication with the outside world, you will have heard of Marla Aaron and her original take on the her ever expanding utilitarian objects

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In-Your-Face Status Symbol Or New Essential Luxury Fashion Accessory?

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic broke out, luxury brands have heeded the call to action. With protective gear for front line medical workers in short supply globally, brands repurposed their factories to manufacture face masks and hospital gowns, as well as made financial donations.

LVMH, the world’s undisputed luxury leader, was first out of the block to respond to the crisis. From producing hospital gowns and supplying surgical facemasks to local hospitals around the world, and shifting production in its cosmetics manufacturing plants to produce hand sanitizers, LVMH engaged its global network and many luxury brand houses to battle the virus.

Philanthropy aside, many luxury brands also jumped

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25 essential songs by Black women

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New music this weekend includes Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s NSFW “WAP,” Luke Bryan’s new LP plus a song from the late Juice Wrld and The Weeknd.

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Game changing pop, rock, jazz, blues and hip-hop recordings by Black women, from Bessie Smith to Cardi B.

Destined to make history as the biggest single of 2020, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s rap hit “WAP” is smart, vulgar, provocative, highly entertaining, and, like so many influential hit songs before it, divisive. 

It’s the sound of two gifted artists rocking the music business, a traditionally white male-dominated industry that Black women have been successfully infiltrating for the past century.

From the beginning of blues and jazz in the 1920s to where funk transitioned into disco in the ’70s to any number of significant changes in hip-hop and pop from the ’80s onward, you will find one common denominator:

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