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Natural look for the bedroom · Happy Interior Blog

Natural look for the bedroom · Happy Interior Blog | Fashion | Scoop.it
Natural look for the bedroom: Add a natural vibe to your bedroom and enhance the quality of your sleep. Including the best air purifying plant for a bedroom
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melinda warren's curator insight, January 20, 2016 3:27 AM

completely on trend, the days of all shiny perfect surfaces might be over. A little bit of life with a few quirks never hurts!


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Lemon Benefits for Skin, Hair, Health and various uses of Lemon Juice

Lemon Benefits for Skin, Hair, Health and various uses of Lemon Juice | Fashion | Scoop.it

LEMON citrus fruit which is mostly used with honey as fat cutter either used in salads or also for washing some special utensils which can clean its dirt. Lemon is low in calories and also sour in taste. Because lemons are high in vitamin C they can prevent the disease scurvy which was common... http://pakeezaanchal.com/lemon-benefits-for-skin-hair-health-and-various-uses-of-lemon-juice/


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Elegant & Cute Easy Hairstyles for Girls - Latest Fancy Hairstyles

Elegant & Cute Easy Hairstyles for Girls - Latest Fancy Hairstyles | Fashion | Scoop.it

Woke up with zero time ???Gosh!!  late for the party and still have not visited hairdresser as yet .But yes these hairstyles will have answer for this question. You’re lazy that doesn’t mean you don’t wanna look good still you have many options to go for. Just some simple ... http://pakeezaanchal.com/elegant-cute-easy-hairstyles-for-girls-latest-fancy-hairstyles/


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A Plus-Size Designer Wins 'Project Runway'

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Plus-Size Designer Ashley Nell Tipton Wins 'Project Runway'

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Bonnie Sandy's curator insight, November 6, 2015 1:29 PM
Plus-Size Designer Ashley Nell Tipton Wins 'Project Runway'
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Fashion+Psychology? Positive Body Image and Diversity is Good for Fashion: Future of Fashion

In support of Gigi Hadid's recent body-positive Instagram message, this episode of Future Fashion with Alexa Chung touches on two very important and timely t...

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Bonnie Sandy's curator insight, October 4, 2015 3:50 PM

Fashion+Psychology? Positive Body Image and Diversity is Good for Fashion: Future of Fashion. For that matter Fashion+Law Fashion+Accounting Fashion+Project Management...  You need to know and understand Fashion, and not the pseudo textbook, Youtube version (sorry)  get involved with an actual fashion business for at least  one full cycle... n NY If you're not sure how an incubator can help you, or how NyukCo can help then please attend our intro on October 1oth at 1- 2 pm
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HOGAN Spring Summer 2016 Women's Collection Presentation HoganClub

This season Simon Holloway’s collection for Hogan advances the brand’s heritage into a post-punk rock and roll glamour. [...]


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, September 27, 2015 6:13 AM

Very nice idea and well realized to make the catwalk in an environment recalling a pinball

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Simple Bedroom with Geometric Bed Linen for the Minimalist

Simple Bedroom with Geometric Bed Linen for the Minimalist | Fashion | Scoop.it

What can you say about this bedroom? Well, if there's one thing we cannot say about it, it's that it's boring. It certainly is not. It's actually oozing with personality and visual interest but so tastefully done that it doesn't go overboard. The geometric linen covering for the bed... http://decor.viralcreek.com/simple-bedroom-geometric-bed-linen-minimalist/


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#FashionCapitals - coming to NY check out Global Fashion Capital at the FIT June 2 – November 14, 2015

#FashionCapitals - coming to NY check out Global Fashion Capital at the FIT June 2 – November 14, 2015 | Fashion | Scoop.it

The past ten years have seen a phenomenal rise in the number of cities worldwide that host fashion weeks. Paris, New York, Milan, and London are currently the four leading fashion capitals, but other cities with emerging fashion scenes are beginning to challenge that exclusivity. Governments seeking to “re-brand” their cities as centers of creativity and innovation acknowledge the power of fashion to elevate an international profile.

The success of a fashion city depends upon a delicate balance of economic, social, and cultural factors. A single week of spectacular runway presentations does not guarantee acceptance by fashion buyers and the international press. Yet with so many cities vying to become the fifth major fashion capital, a new, polycentric fashion 


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#FashionCapitals - coming to NY check out Global Fashion Capitals
at the Fashion & Textile History Gallery June 2 – November 14, 2015

 

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#FashionCapitals - coming to NY check out Global Fashion Capitals
at the Fashion & Textile History Gallery June 2 – November 14, 2015

 

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New Men's Fashion Slim Fit Long Sleeve Casual Hooded Hoodies Coat Jacket Black

New Men's Fashion Slim Fit Long Sleeve Casual Hooded Hoodies Coat Jacket Black | Fashion | Scoop.it
US $11.50 New with tags in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories, Men's Clothing, Coats & Jackets
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Top 85 Architecture Trends in July

Top 85 Architecture Trends in July | Fashion | Scoop.it
With the continued pursuit of integrating nature into manmade structure, many of the July 2015 architecture innovations involve reflecting the natural environment that surrounds new developments. From hospitals that provide sprawling of views of greenery in order to inspire healing to urban rooftop farms that aim to seek out any possible outpost for agriculture, there are plenty applications that point to the future of architecture and design.

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Lola Ripollés's curator insight, July 6, 2015 2:46 PM

Some beautiful images of recent architectural projects. A pleasure to browse through.

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Plant of the Month: Ficus Ginseng · Happy Interior Blog

Plant of the Month: Ficus Ginseng · Happy Interior Blog | Fashion | Scoop.it

I host a good amount of plants in my home. Recently I counted more than 30 plants in my apartment of 32 square meters. And no, I am not obsessed.


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Nowist Innovation In A New World #trending - Curagami

Nowist Innovation In A New World #trending - Curagami | Fashion | Scoop.it

Joi Ito's Ted Talk is a must view for web marketers. The shift from invading Russia in the winter to becoming a NOWIST is fundamental, sweeping and a tsunami of change in our thinking, actions and marketing. 

No surprise a post I wrote a year ago popped up out of Curagami's long tail today. Great TED Talk video embedded in the post.  


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We Got That Bling Bling! (Shop Now)

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The World Of Watches! @ https://lnkd.in/eBP_dbY World of Watches Deals - 100+ items changing daily! Here at World of Watches, We offer huge discounts on fine watch brands, Dress watches & casual watches, World of Watches has the selection priced right for you! (Shop Now)
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Oak Labs & Ralph Lauren are Testing an Interactive Fitting Room with a Smart Mirror

Oak Labs & Ralph Lauren are Testing an Interactive Fitting Room with a Smart Mirror | Fashion | Scoop.it
New York-based startup Oak Labs is teaming up with the Polo Ralph Lauren flagship store in New York City to unveil its new smart, interactive fitting room.

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Bonnie Sandy's curator insight, January 28, 2016 2:06 PM

yet another attempt at virtual fitting .. SMh 

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Are you ready for 2016? · Happy Interior Blog

Are you ready for 2016? · Happy Interior Blog | Fashion | Scoop.it

Are you ready for 2016? A few thoughts on life, work, home. And why it is so important to live first and then think of work and projects.


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RIHANNA défilera pour PUMA à la NYFW

RIHANNA défilera pour PUMA à la NYFW | Fashion | Scoop.it
Rihanna, défilera pour Puma à la New York Fashion Week au mois de février 2016.

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PEPEROSA Collection Fall/Winter 2015-2016

PEPEROSA Collection Fall/Winter 2015-2016 | Fashion | Scoop.it

The woman Peperosa is modern and casual, is a woman who plays with fashion and who dare gracefully, has sought a personality, but not excessive, and combines comfort and authenticity. A woman who knows and wants to be feminine without sacrificing practicality and elegance. [...]


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, October 8, 2015 1:18 PM

Peperosa is a fashion brand based in Piediripa in the hearth of Le Marche Region in central Italy. 

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House Decoration Ideas - Apartment Decorating Ideas

House Decoration Ideas - Apartment Decorating Ideas | Fashion | Scoop.it

Tips that will help you to embellish your apartment for designing it into a cozy and attractive ambiance. http://www.housedecorationideas.com/category/apartments/


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Unique Blouse Designs for Brides, Stylish Bridal Blouse with Saree 2015

Unique Blouse Designs for Brides, Stylish Bridal Blouse with Saree 2015 | Fashion | Scoop.it

Embellished Saree Blouse Design suitable collection for wedding with a unique Blouse design and pattern which will make a beautiful Collection in your wardrobe for any Wedding.Stylish Indian Bridal Saree in cream color with embroidery and unique stylish Blouse Designs will be the center of... http://pakeezaanchal.com/unique-blouse-designs-for-brides-stylish-bridal-blouse-with-saree-2015/


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Where’s the focus, fashion? | A global discussion on the Business of Fashion From Trinidad, With Style

Where’s the focus, fashion? | A global discussion on the Business of Fashion From Trinidad, With Style | Fashion | Scoop.it

"Of course there is a downside to everything. While the idea is encouraging, and the opportunity is great (designers attended this event free of charge) who exactly are “the buyers”? The Shop, Exhibit A and NMFV come to mind. That can’t be all though, right? Three shops that mostly operate on a consignment basis? (NMFV does some wholesale buying, but I wasn’t able to meet anyone anyway so we don’t count). No designer that I have spoken to has said that they met with significant buyers. It would have been nice to see some regional or international department store reps present. I think that is what the designers were expecting as well. Yet, if say Macy’s was there and needed 500 pieces of a particular style in a week, which Trinidad based designer could fulfill such an order?


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Bonnie Sandy's curator insight, July 14, 2015 5:39 PM
This is a global issue - discussed in this blog post http://blog.nomorefashionvictims.com/wheres-the-focus-fashion/ there are some core types of Fashion events a design label would encounter and need to consider engaging in.
The fashion tech event, conference, summit and/or Hack.I have attended these and frankly I love hacks but their were not teh right mix of fashion, bsuienss and tech... The fashion tech conferences today tend to be skewed towards luxury retail brands and so the info just does not apply. Most of the audience usually cannot even follow the discussions. There is a lot of opportunity there
FASHION SOURCING - Here designer go to find resources and helps--- they cannot be "showing or selling to consumers' or for that matter buyers' they are there to learn and absorb, to shop their suppliers. Too many organizers take only their own concerns and needs into account and the designers are a line item in their budget If you're doing a Fashion Business conference there is not room for anything else...  Fashion as Market - Trade events where fashion designers get to present BUYERS and only buyers - samples are ahead of the current season with shipping immediate (stock required for future) When you are selling to trade you need to concentrate on Selling to trade... no tim e to be cute and social.
Fashion as EVENT - Ther eis a wealth of opportunity to create engaing events! This includes various consumer focused trade endeavors including Vending & Popups as consumer shows... Items are current and priced to move... On teh Down side they train consumers to depend on sales rather than regularly shop your store.. They are needed but need to be redesigned.
Fashion as conversation - Story telling - Think Fashion week, Fashion Film, Where the DESIGNERS present their vison and statement... They choose their models , runway etc... it can also be installaion etc
Fashion as Entertainment where patrons pay to be entertained - The designers do not organize, but are TALENDT and shoudl be paid... hint if there is a door price and a billing of "Fashion" then designers are talent! PAY THEM.. I have participated in my share of shows and they are necessary at a certain point to help develop your style and voice. However They cost...

There is a lot of work BEFORE presenting a trade conference. Trade should NOT be a charitable project there is a conflict of interest... if you want a charity event throw a show or auction...
I am presently in discussion to create a couple of such fashion related conferences and trade events.
The first trade event I ever organized, was in Trinidad circa 1987/88 and I was a little over 20 but there were buyers (Courtesy IDC) I remember a buyer from Canada wanting my 2 piece dye extracted suits... I had no idea what to expect or how to navigate. I was so happy that I was scheduled to leave for Fashion Institute shorthly after.
Today I have attended, partcipated organized several fashion related business events including a trade show sponsored by Macy's. We got several businesses in to see their buyers the first year and a couple more the second. FYI, if Macy's selects your product there is a process that takes months, you need to be prepped to be on the floors and have financial backing to cover your space and opportuniyt... Then there is uality control sizing and other compliance issues as well as global shipping challenges. It's not only the ability to deliver but a solid business plan and finacial backing. Macy's actually has a prep program for their suppliers.
This article was brought to my attention by a designer colleague from Trinidad in our Global indie fashion group on Facebook http://Shopfacebook.Nyukco.com 
christopher cyril's curator insight, August 7, 2015 7:17 AM

This is a global issue - discussed in this blog post http://blog.nomorefashionvictims.com/wheres-the-focus-fashion/ there are some core types of Fashion events a design label would encounter and need to consider engaging in.
The fashion tech event, conference, summit and/or Hack.I have attended these and frankly I love hacks but their were not teh right mix of fashion, bsuienss and tech... The fashion tech conferences today tend to be skewed towards luxury retail brands and so the info just does not apply. Most of the audience usually cannot even follow the discussions. There is a lot of opportunity there
FASHION SOURCING - Here designer go to find resources and helps--- they cannot be "showing or selling to consumers' or for that matter buyers' they are there to learn and absorb, to shop their suppliers. Too many organizers take only their own concerns and needs into account and the designers are a line item in their budget If you're doing a Fashion Business conference there is not room for anything else...  Fashion as Market - Trade events where fashion designers get to present BUYERS and only buyers - samples are ahead of the current season with shipping immediate (stock required for future) When you are selling to trade you need to concentrate on Selling to trade... no tim e to be cute and social.
Fashion as EVENT - Ther eis a wealth of opportunity to create engaing events! This includes various consumer focused trade endeavors including Vending & Popups as consumer shows... Items are current and priced to move... On teh Down side they train consumers to depend on sales rather than regularly shop your store.. They are needed but need to be redesigned.
Fashion as conversation - Story telling - Think Fashion week, Fashion Film, Where the DESIGNERS present their vison and statement... They choose their models , runway etc... it can also be installaion etc
Fashion as Entertainment where patrons pay to be entertained - The designers do not organize, but are TALENDT and shoudl be paid... hint if there is a door price and a billing of "Fashion" then designers are talent! PAY THEM.. I have participated in my share of shows and they are necessary at a certain point to help develop your style and voice. However They cost...

There is a lot of work BEFORE presenting a trade conference. Trade should NOT be a charitable project there is a conflict of interest... if you want a charity event throw a show or auction...
I am presently in discussion to create a couple of such fashion related conferences and trade events.
The first trade event I ever organized, was in Trinidad circa 1987/88 and I was a little over 20 but there were buyers (Courtesy IDC) I remember a buyer from Canada wanting my 2 piece dye extracted suits... I had no idea what to expect or how to navigate. I was so happy that I was scheduled to leave for Fashion Institute shorthly after.
Today I have attended, partcipated organized several fashion related business events including a trade show sponsored by Macy's. We got several businesses in to see their buyers the first year and a couple more the second. FYI, if Macy's selects your product there is a process that takes months, you need to be prepped to be on the floors and have financial backing to cover your space and opportuniyt... Then there is uality control sizing and other compliance issues as well as global shipping challenges. It's not only the ability to deliver but a solid business plan and finacial backing. Macy's actually has a prep program for their suppliers.
This article was brought to my attention by a designer colleague from Trinidad in our Global indie fashion group on Facebook http://Shopfacebook.Nyukco.com 

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Happy Travels: Bay of Arcachon in France · Happy Interior Blog

Happy Travels: Bay of Arcachon in France · Happy Interior Blog | Fashion | Scoop.it

It’s time for a virtual travel again. Take your seat, buckle up, today I am taking you to southwestern France and the beautiful Bay of Arcachon (Bassin d’Arcachon in French).


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I'd like to see more of France. I travel through there often but only spent the night there once.

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The Importance Of Daily Rituals · Happy Interior Blog

The Importance Of Daily Rituals · Happy Interior Blog | Fashion | Scoop.it
Let’s be honest: We love all the Instagram images showing a coffee break, a quite moment with a book or magazine, a leisurely snapshot on the pool. Why? Because we all lead super busy and speedy lives.
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Fashion show 2015 2016 - Plus size clothing

Fashion show 2015 and Fashion show 2016 - Plus size clothing Fashion show intended for Plus size clothing and Plus Size Women to view full ...
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@ishopnyukco - Who Is Barbie? | The Iconic fashionista tells all in a stop motion video #socialcommerce

Check out our stop motion music video – a celebration of confidence and style!

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Sometimes I really have to wonder if we aren't forever children in some ways. It's a good thing! :)

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Bonnie Sandy's curator insight, June 20, 2015 1:51 PM

@ishopnyukco - Who Is Barbie? #socialcommerce. The ultimate fashionista gets that you need to  leverage technology to stay relevant! It also strikes me that few understand relevance. Communication is about speaking inferring the same #context at both ends of a conversation. It strikes me that  many brands do not see the conversation from their consumers point of view. If anything the video highlights what many have been complaining about! It's one of teh challenges we're working on at the www.NYukco.com incubator. 

christopher cyril's curator insight, August 7, 2015 7:17 AM

@ishopnyukco - Who Is Barbie? #socialcommerce. The ultimate fashionista gets that you need to  leverage technology to stay relevant! It also strikes me that few understand relevance. Communication is about speaking inferring the same #context at both ends of a conversation. It strikes me that  many brands do not see the conversation from their consumers point of view. If anything the video highlights what many have been complaining about! It's one of teh challenges we're working on at the www.NYukco.com incubator.