Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Fashion Oriented Jute Bags

These days, so many things are in the trend. According to the trend we use different types of accessories. People want to look stylish as well as impressive. When you go to the market your first priority is that whatever you buy that must be in accord with the trend. Every person has become fashion conscious because it is the demand of the time. This article is totally fashion based.Woman is the first thing that comes to mind when we think of fashion. They are absolutely crazy for being fashionable. This is very essential part for todays life. We usually see that everybody has their particular style in the fashion. So many styles change in the fashion. People want comfort and fashion simultaneously.

We use fashion accessories in our daily life. Any kind of fashion item like jewelry, bags, shoes, clothes, hair accessories is so popular in these days. Among those items jute bags are very common because these are quite different from other. These types of bags are very popular now days. The best quality of these bags is that they are eco-friendly. These bags are decorated with beads work and they are also available in various ranges, colors. These bags are completely suitable for women and for girls also. Jute is not only used in bags but also used in clothing. Jute clothes are very comfortable as well as stylish. In fact these bags suit with every dress.

Every woman wants to look beautiful. Fashion Jewelry increases her beauty because it is very attractive. Any kind of dress material worn by any woman is complete only with the jewelry. This is the most important thing for any woman. We use so many type of jewelry in our daily life like bangles, earrings, nose ring, rings, hair pins etc. When we go somewhere, jewelry is always our preference and the dress can vary. This gives you perfect look and you feel good from inside. These types of jewelries are not only popular among the youngsters but among oldies also. It is so much impressive that everybody wants to wear it.

Finally we are very much sure that jewelry is most loving and desirable thing for women. The women as well as men wear jewelry in very stylish way. Fashion jewelry is common in both of them. On the other hand we can say that jewelry has become the necessity for the peoples.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Most Stunning Shoes of Paris Fashion Week

Although Paris Fashion Week ended just last week, the show has still received reviews. The runways at Paris Fashion Week with big names like Louis Vuitton, Herm├Ęs, Chanel, and Alexandra McQueen were full of the most remarkable footwear. Backless boots, butterfly-adorned sandals, and frilly-ankled stilettos were just few among footwear for the next season. There were fluoro sandals at Christian Dior, sleek sharp wedges at Yves Saint Laurent, metallic toe-capped boots at Alexander McQueen, and buttery soft ballet-pumps at Chloe. The following are just some among 25 fabulous shoes of Paris Fashion Week.


Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent’s blue snakeskin platform with dainty contrasting straps is sculptured in two chunky pieces to almost resemble a wedge.


Christian Dior

Shoes of Christian Dior show off color and texture with feathers and tassels and purple.


Alexander McQueen

The shoes at Alexander McQueen are fantastical creations from nature with leaves, feathers or a castle. They are really awe-inspiring works of art.


John Galliano


Shoes in a rainbow of colors at John Galliano are for those who are angelic. The shoes are made of a delicious mix of materials like suede and leather.


Louis Vuitton


The shoes at Louis Vuitton are rich in tones of gold, red, and purple. Especially, the heels of the shoes (on the right) are curved into the shape of a hoof.



At the first glance, Chanel’s shoe is really simple with twist on a classic boot. An unzipped flap gives the boot a fresh feeling.



Chloe’s shoe with a two-toned lucite heel and clean lines is eye-catching. This shoe makes its contribution to spring’s more daring fashion.



This shoe at Balenciaga is really for any discerning downtown diva. In colorful metallics with an-eye-catching buckle, the boot is chunky cut-out.


Miu Miu

Miu Miu’s shoe is eye-catching with a sleek feminine silhouette.


John Paul Gaultier

John Paul Gaultier’s two-toned shoe may make you more stylish and your day less stressful.


Rick Owens

Rick Owens’s signature minimalist designs with jade crackled leather wedges were offset by some other fabulous shoes at the fashion week. The shoe has a burst of frayed fabric at the ankle.


Felipe Oliveira Baptista

Felipe Oliveira Baptista’s shoe misses a key part of their anatomy-the in-step. It is really minimalist. It is certain that he sculptural pump will catch great attention for its provoking thought about traditional shoe design.


Tsumori Chisato

Tsumori Chisato’s designers have revitalized classic shoes. Tsumori Chisato presented a twist on the all-American saddle shoe.


Vanessa Bruno

With several contrasting colors of leather strap on a wood block base, Vanessa Bruno’s sandal is perfect for a stroll down the Champs Elysees avenue.



Moroccan-born Israeli fashion designer Alber Elbaz created unbelievably lustworthy shoe for Lanvin. Consumers may worry about tough detailing teetered on impossibly thin heels. However, the shoes have a Lucite wedge, which assure that the towering heel is till firm. Certainly, such sandalls will be really fun come for next season.



Related links:

Leopard-print Fashion Trend for Celebrities

Paris Fashion Week 2010: Best Dresses

Louis Vuitton Spring 2010 bags Fashion Week Handbags: Louis Vuitton

Saturday, December 11, 2010

History Of Fashion

Fashion is something we deal with everyday. Even people who say they don't care what they wear choose clothes every morning that say a lot about them and how they feel that day.

One certain thing in the fashion world is change. We are constantly being bombarded with new fashion ideas from music, videos, books, and television. Movies also have a big impact on what people wear. Ray-Ban sold more sunglasses after the movie Men In Black. Sometimes a trend is world-wide. Back in the 1950s, teenagers everywhere dressed like Elvis Presley.

Who dictates fashion?

Musicians and other cultural icons have always influenced what we're wearing, but so have political figures and royalty. Newspapers and magazines report on what Hillary Clinton wears. The recent death of Diana, the Princess of Wales, was a severe blow to the high fashion world, where her clothes were daily news.

Even folks in the 1700s pored over fashion magazines to see the latest styles. Women and dressmakers outside the French court relied on sketches to see what was going on. The famous French King Louis XIV said that fashion is a mirror. Louis himself was renowned for his style, which tended towards extravagant laces and velvets.

Clothes separate people into groups.

Fashion is revealing. Clothes reveal what groups people are in. In high school, groups have names: "goths, skaters, preps, herbs." Styles show who you are, but they also create stereotypes and distance between groups. For instance, a businessman might look at a boy with green hair and multiple piercings as a freak and outsider. But to another person, the boy is a strict conformist. He dresses a certain way to deliver the message of rebellion and separation, but within that group, the look is uniform. Acceptance or rejection of a style is a reaction to the society we live in.

Fashion is a language which tells a story about the person who wears it. "Clothes create a wordless means of communication that we all understand," according to Katherine Hamnett, a top British fashion designer. Hamnett became popular when her t-shirts with large messages like "Choose Life" were worn by several rock bands.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Milan Fashion Week - What's Blue in Giorgio Armani Spring Summer 2011 collection

By using minimal to yards of clothes, Giorgio Armani showed his coming Spring Summer Collection in Milan. Named La Femme Bleue, his entire collection was inspired by the Tuareg people of Saharan North Africa, who generally wear indigo coloured robes around their head. So, don't wonder why a model who has donned an ultra chic dress is also sporting a turban that too in blue.

To beat the heat and feel the nip of air, Armani stressed more on loose outfits. The dresses ranged from glamorous to boho. Armani's signature tapered trousers as usual looked great on ramp and since the colour was indigo it gave it a classy feel. Fitted, ankle-skimming skirts were grace personified. While the smart cut semi-formal jackets just added to the class and style of the show.

Though blue was the dominating hue, buyers or admirers didn't feel blue or bore of the collectizin.

If one of the models showed fitted pants, others walked in shimmery long slim attire. And as Tuaregs are basically nomads, Armani didn't miss out the gypsy connection. Armani is known for his neat style, no fuss creations and the structured pret-a-porter, this time too he didn't disappoint. Talking about the accessories it was fun to see them, scarves and stoles were in gems and beads as decorative neck-pieces.

Giorgio Armani didn't only show what's blue? But also that summer doesn't mean only skimpier clothes, comfortable fabrics in full length can work wonders in heat and dust. With his show the Milan Fashion Week came to an end.