Los Angeles Style Week 2016 - Designers and Trends

 

 

As a Personal Stylist, I often want to unique global designers for clients who may be a little bored with their existing shopping experience - and what better way than to experience the beauty of Hollywood’s LA Fashion Week!Whist no one would argue London s among the very best shopping destinations in the world, it can in some cases seem like our options are restricted, and everywhere you look the same brands. If jet-setting to LA to update your closet is not an option however, finding a stylist to be your eyes at the FROW guarantees you’ll be initially to discover upcoming trends here https://www.guiltysoles.com.

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Walk a mile in another woman’s shoes

I’ve heard of tall stories however the tale about the woman fired for using flats rather of high heels is totally ridiculous.The saying goes that you shouldn’t judge somebody till you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.Well apparently, if you’re a London receptionist, the shoes in concern have to have a heel of in between 2 and 4 inches.There’s been public protest and much dispute following the story about temperature employee Nicola Thorp who was sent home after refusing to use heels.She informed employers she would have a hard time to work a complete day in heels and asked to use her smart flat shoes, however was informed to go and purchase a pair of shoes with heels.

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See vintage styles at Tarrytown's Lyndhurst, June 17

When it comes to fashion, everything old is brand-new again at Lyndhurst, where an exhibition celebrating women's style trends and social change opens June 17.Featuring the clothing, precious jewelry and devices of 3 Gould women, consisting of the children of Jay Gould, the railroad tycoon who owned Lyndhurst, "Defying Labels: New Roles, New Clothes" functions over 30 products, with some over 100 years old.The exhibition in the Gilded Age country estate of the Gould family offers modern-day visitors some understanding into haute couture origins and the women’s movement.The exhibition covers the period from 1880’s through 1940’s, a time when significant social changes.

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