Denim is one of the hottest fashion trends this year, but if the thought of wearing it both on top and bottom feels like overkill, you might be doing it wrong. There are ways to make it fresh and fabulous so you can stay ahead of the style gurus this season.
This year’s winter fashion trend is all about layering, wrapping yourself into a cocoon. Capes, fur, wrap-around sweaters are the must-have items, giving you a chance to rock the 60’s glam look in 2015.
Leather could receive its marching orders soon because a new skin is making fashion waves (if you’ll pardon the pun): introducing the fish skin handbag.
Knowing how to mix and match your clothing is an important part of looking great for less. There are some items that can work in more than one way in your wardrobe, so getting your hands on some hot picks is worth it. Add a creative spin to them and you make the look stylish in your own way.
London-based “design futurist”, Natsai Audrey Chiezais is the prime mover behind “Faber Futures,” the first line of screen-printed textiles to use microbes, commonly found in soil, as as dye machinery.
Wearing white is a trend that doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon, but if you hate the thought of your white items becoming discoloured, it can put you off purchasing them. Added to this, you don’t want to use harmful chemicals on your clothes to keep them in great condition.
9 inexpensive ways to keep your wool sweaters looking like new, whether you are storing them over summer or pulling them out of your wardrobe to wrap up warm this holiday season, with these tips you’ll be wearing your winter woolies for many seasons to come.
It’s summer and that means beach time! Although you might feel a bit insecure about your body, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy swimwear. You can be sexy in a bikini or swimsuit – you just have to find the right one for your shape.
The fashion looks for spring 2014 are all about a fine blend between femininity and edginess. Although you want to be at the forefront of fashion, you don’t always have to purchase new clothing items.
The Ekocycle Cube 3D printer from 3D Systems uses filament made in part from recycled PET bottles.