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Friday, December 22, 2006

Roberto Cavalli has created suits for Christina Aguilera

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Roberto Cavalli has created suits specially for world tour of known singer Christina Aguilera.
Last week in Dublin started the european part a tour singers under name Back to Basics. Concerts will pass in the Great Britain, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and France.
Tours in the Europe will end on December, 17th with representation in Prague. The American part of tour will begin on February, 20th a concert in Houston, and will come to the end on May, 5th in Florida.
Suits for show Back to Basics in which act the singer and its dancers, are created by well-known Italian fashion designer Roberto Kavalli.
Musical basis of a new album - mixture of traditions and musical directions. For this reason in scenic images Aguilera so influence of a retro-images is brightly traced.
The most bright from ten scenic suits, created Roberto Cavalli for singer, became the snow-white tuxedo from sateen with furnish from golden pearls in style Marlene Dietrich.
And 1960 have inspired the fashion designer on creation of a bright striped suit,
embroidered bronze ornaments. This order reminds beach suits of that time.
To the most extravagant became sparkling spangle tailcoat, which has been created specially for song Enter the Circus.
The fashion designer not for the first time works above scenic images of known executors. Earlier, he created suits for concerts of such stars, as Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, Beyons and Leni Kravic. It would be desirable to hope, that Christina Agilera in this number does not become last, and spectators yet time will see results of cooperation of the well-known fashion designer and stars of show business.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Wedding Fashion 2007

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Today not only white & red colors are in fashion, but all pastel shades such as soft lilac, strawberries with cream, tea-rose. Those colors make skin shine marvelously. Brocade and satin are very fashionable too. You can decide between the three silhouette - traditional, romantic and vanguard. Wedding haircuts are also very multifarious.















One of the most popular tendencies in the next wedding season we can consider using glamour elements in a traditional bride dress. And it is not surprising!
TV too often shows to future "newly married" the magnificent world of screen divines' dresses. Becoming a real star even for a moment is too big temptation.








One of the best wedding collections of a coming season of Mrs. Moses we consider Monique Lhullier collection, well-known in the fashionable market as sexual and fitting a bride's figure as if is the second skin. The designer also offers clients ball dresses and elegant fur capes. Fur products will dominate the next season of the fashionable world and wedding dresses are not not exception. A fur coat hanger, collarets and cuffs are especially popular among designers.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Fashion Bags Winter 2006

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You are a business woman and carry many documents, laptop and other stuff. But still you have to look beautiful! Modern designers are taking care of us. Bag fashion is very various and polyphonic. Now big leather, similar to brief case bags are in fashion too. Designers even went farther on and you can see the results of their work here:

Fashion bags from LOUIS VUITTON:

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Thursday, November 16, 2006

Attire from nothing. New tendency.

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Dramatic character from the 20 years of the last century inspires many designers. We can create it by taking wide dress with shoulder-strap. You don't need to put on brassiere. But fur mantelet, small bag with long thong and pearls are necessary.


GLAMOUR

You will look like celebrity in such attire. Little black dress, leggings or satin pants. Add glaring heels, bag and underthings and you are ready for a fashion party!

Your bag should be with short thong, that you can carry it underarm.






DECADENCE

If you don't have jewellery, you should'n even put on little black dress, Coco Chanel said. Pearls best match. Add little black bag 3-5 centimeters hells and you are the girl from 20s!

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Fashion Wear. White Chemise.

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tIn men's opinion women in white shirt are very sexy! But we, women, think that this piece of clothes is very ordinary. In fact white shirt is like a bland print, it ready to any experiment and matchs any style!

To Work
Black straight trousers and white shirt are always in fashion, it is the classics! Soft knitted black-and-white lacy waistcoat will make your attire less official and more womanlike.
Don't forget about gaudy wooden beads or scarf.
Add black lady's hat and little bag and you will look like modern Parisian.











To A Walk

White shirt can be sport wear, if you take on knitted sleeveless sports shirt, jacket with a hood and shabby jeans.
Add funny checkered neck-piece, gaudy shoes and bag and you'll be incredible!








To A Party

You can be new-look girl if you take on slim line shirt, flared black skirt, black short raincoat and high-heeled shoes.
Don't forget small white bag and brooch!

Thursday, October 26, 2006

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FASHIONABLE EVENT FOR YOU
THAT THESE DATES MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

AUTUMN/WINTER 2007-2008
MENSWEAR
MILAN: January 14-19 2007
PARIS: January 26-30 2007

SPRING/SUMMER 2007
HAUTE COUTURE
PARIS: January 22-25 2007

SPRING/SUMMER 2007
WOMENSWEAR
NEW YORK: February 2 -9 2007
LONDON: February 12 -17 2007
MILAN: February 17 - 25 2007
PARIS: February 25 - March 2007

FASHION FOR YOU !

DO NOT MISS FASHIONABLE EVENT !

Monday, October 2, 2006

Fashion Boots 2006. Sexuality is Very Fashionable This Season

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Modern Boots
Stiletto Boots. Sexual womanly boots is very modern this season. Hide your rough shoes into wardrobe, buy high-heeled shoes and be the most beautiful woman in the world!







Fashion Boots
Gogo Boots. If you think you'll go too far buying "gogo boots', you won't! Thay look very tender and romantic.








modern boots

Shiny Boots. If you want to look like Snow Queen, these boots are for you!








Modern Boots
Faux Fur Boots. If you are afraid of frost and cold, in this boots there is nothing to fear! ;) You will look cosily, pleasantly and sexy!







Fashion Shoes
Cowboy Boots. At last! cowboy boots are always fashion and comfortable!


Monday, September 25, 2006

Make-up Gisele Bundchen's

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They say Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen was discovered by talent scouts at the tender age of fourteens while chowing down on burgers at McDonald's. By 2006, Forbes had named her the highest-paid model in the business! Fresh and animated, with light blue eyes, tawny skin and lithe, sinuous curves, she's - a modern-day enchantress. Here she is in a palette of bronze, sand and muted peach. Makeup artist D.Grayson tells us how to get her breezy, beachy look.
Step 1
Start with a clean, lightly moisturized face; allow the moisturizer to seep in for a few minutes before applying make-up.
Step 2
Using a damp sponge, apply a fine film of creamy , but not oily, stick foundation to any ruddy or blemished areas of the face, neck and shoulders.
Step 3
With your fingertips, dot a tiny bit of the same cream foundation onto the area just under the eyes, to hide any darkness or shadows you might have; blend in soft patting motions.
Step 4
Dip a flat, fan-shaped contour brush into loose flesh-toned translucent powder. Shake off any excess and apply the powder lightly to the cheeks. The powder will set a base for the contour, which you'll apply in the next step.
Step 5
With the same fan-shaped contour brush, place a sandy, bronze blush to the apples of the cheeks, moving back toward the ears.
Step 6
In the same direction you applied the blush, repeat step 4, to "evenly distribute and diffuse your sandy bronze blush, creating a subtle circle of color," says D. Grayson.
Step 7
Next, define the brows using an angled, hard-bristled liner brush dipped in blonde brow powder. If you don't have a marked arch like Gisele's Bundchen and you'd like to create one, you might try experimenting with an eyebrow kit that contains stencils.
Step 8
Outline the eyes using a pointed eyeliner brush and coffee-brown cream opaque liner. To emulate G.Bundchen subdued look, trace a fine across the upper lash line, staying as close to the lashes as you can manage.
Step 9
With the same pointed brush and what remains of the coffee-brown liner, apply it to the bottom third of the lower lash line; for a really subtle line, you don't need to re-dip your brush.
Step 10
Use an oval-shaped eye shadow brush to place a crescent of russet brown shadow just at the outer edge of the eyelids.
Step 11
Next, use a cotton swab to apply an iridescent, pearly powder eye shadow just above the creases of each eye; blend back and forth in soft motions, allowing the powder to subtly disperse for a soft halolike effect.
Step 12
Enclose two layers average brown flourishes.
Step 13
Fill the entire lips with a fleshy nude liner pencil.
Step 14
Use a lip brush to apply a shiny, translucent peach-tinted gloss.

Friday, September 1, 2006

Footwear Fashion 2006. Fall-Winter Tendency.

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Interesting footwear tendency comming up this fall-winter. Cardinally new fashion is going to occupy the world. Interesting footwear designs will be causing joy to our eyes.

Modern Footwear. Click for full size Look out for boots with laces, stud eyelets, knee boots, crocodile boots, wearable pirate/highwayman cuffed boots that stop at the knee, boots with fur cuffs, boots with fur up the sides, moccasin slouch boots with ikat and Inca designs, boots with grommets and biker buckles, Shearling and fur topped elegant boots. As for me such boots are very comfortable and womanly.




Modern Footwear. Click for full sizeSuede boots come in in rich brown, leather boots in metallic effect with chocolate, bronze, copper or pewter tones. Skin textures such as pony skin are also relevant. Some kind of cowboy style is very fashion.







Modern Footwear. Click for full sizeAlternative and extremally modern boots. Country style is very comfortable and fashion at the same time. Beside, woman's legs look very delicate in such boots.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Make Face-Mask by yourself! homemade face-mask

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Funky Face-Mask Formula:

1) Mix a 1/4 cup of powdered clay with,
2) 3 teaspoons of corn starch.
3) Then mix in a blend of:
herbs like peppermint, jasmine or calendula. (About 3 teaspoons total per 1/4 cup.)
Essential oils like sandalwood, lavender or tea tree. (About 8 drops total per 1/4 cup)
For dry skin - add 4 teaspoons of sweet almond or jojoba oil.
For oily skin - add 4 teaspoons of Brewers Yeast.
4) Add enough water to form a paste.
5) And your done!

If you only want to make a little bit at a time, just reduce the quantities of each ingredient accordingly.

Mix These Materials To Make Your Own Lip-Gloss:


1) 1/4 cup and 2 tablespoons of sweet almond oil.
2) 4 tablespoons of grated beaswax.
3) 1 tablespoon honey.
4) 6 capsules pure vitamin E oil.
5) 1/4 teaspoon cocoa butter.
6) 2/3 drops essential oil (peppermint or sweet birch are nice.)

Just mix all the stuff together and scoop the goop into some 1/2 ounce tins which you can buy at a craft or dollar store. And c'est fini!

Make soap by yourself! Homemade soap.

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Funky face-masks, smashing soap and lovely lip-glosses are awesome products but they can be really expensive. If you aren't afraid to get your hands dirty, I have an easy way for you to get the goods this summer without the high costs.

You can make all these products at home if you have the right ingredients. These recipes are easy and cheap to make... and make rad gifts for your friends.
Follow these directions to make some dope soap:
Materials:
- Bars of natural fragrance or color free soap
- Essential oils of your choice (Lavender, rose and jasmine work well)
- Food coloring
- Oats
- Vitamin E Oil (Optional)
- Almond Oil

Instructions:
1) Grate soap in a blender or food processor.
2) Boil a pot of water and put a glass bowl over the pot, (like a double boiler.)
3) Add some almond oil into the bowl.
4) Add the soap into the bowl.
5) Take the water from the pot and add it into the bowl until soap changes into paste.
6) Add oils, color, and vitamin E as desired.
7) Let cool in molds of your choice. You can use anything for a mold - ice cube trays, cookie cutters or your own hand.
(To make hand soap, flatten soap paste to approximately 1/4 inch. Trace your hand on to the surface of the paste and mold accordingly. Finish by writing "hand soap.")
8) Air out on wax paper for a day or two.

Experiment! Make different shapes of soap or don't mix the color all the way in. Oats are great for exfoliating. Lavender pieces and rose petals can sometimes mold or rot if you don't air the soap out properly, so be careful. Your utensils should not be used for food afterwards but if you need to, wash very thoroughly.

Friday, July 28, 2006

How to make your skin look beautiful

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Natural Skin Care - Just Look Into Your Kitchen

Less expensive, safer, and easy-to-use natural skin care can be as easy as opening your kitchen cabinet, coupled with a few minutes of preparation.

Radiant, healthy, glowing skin is something every person wants. Yet, few of us even think to use what's really the best for our skin: natural skin care products.

Each year, millions of dollars are spent chasing after perfectly healthy, ageless skin. The environment, stress, and
less than healthy eating habits, all play a major role in the quality of your skin.

The answers to achieving radiant, glowing complexion are within arm's reach. Many of the items in your kitchen right now can provide natural skin care that's even better thank those expensive, chemical filled products that cost an arm and a leg.

Skin Care Throughout Life


From the day of our birth, our skin requires much care to remain smooth and healthy. It begins with soap to keep us clean. Then, there are creams, powders, and ointments to keep diaper rash from our bottoms. During the first few years of our lives, our skin will do well with soap for cleaning and the occasional lotion or cream for moisture. Then come the teen years. Our raging hormones bring out the oily skin, the pimples, and a host of other conditions.

It's important to understand that everything that comes in contact with our body affects our health and the condition of our skin. That's why choosing natural skin care products and ingredients is important. The liver filters the toxins and poisons from the food we eat, but whatever we place on our skin is directly absorbed. This includes deodorant, lotions, gels, cleansers, toners, make-up, perfumes, and more.
As we age, our skin becomes more sensitive, and we need to be even more careful with the beauty treatments we use.

Simple Solutions for Better Skin

Here are a just a few natural skin care solutions for you to try. You'll be very pleased with the results:
- Once a week, rub your skin with baking soda while in the shower, for a silky, smooth feeling. You can also do this on your face to remove black heads.
- Fresh tomatoes are great for the oily areas of your face. (but your skin may be sensitive to it, so try it on your arms first). Rinse thoroughly immediately after using the tomato juice.
- For a great moisturizer try olive oil: this healthy fat is good for you, and is great for your skin. You can also use it to soothe sunburned skin.
- Vinegar can work wonders for smelly feet and armpits. Mix water and vinegar 50/50, and use in place of deodorant: it will keep the unpleasant sweat smell away, without any irritation. As for your feet, if you suffer with athlete's foot, a week of vinegar foot bath will help a lot, sometimes completely getting rid of your condition.
- Egg yolk mixed with honey makes for a really great mask: put on your skin, leave it on for 20 minutes, and rinse off. Excellent for sensitive skin. Honey gives a tingling/ticklish sensation, so if you are sensitive to that, use the egg yolk alone.
- Another use for egg yolk: for those with eczema, use it instead of soap. It doesn't smell great, but it will heal your damaged skin.
- A great treatment for dry skin is avocado: mash it, smooth it onto your face, and rinse off after twenty minutes.
Lastly, make sure you drink 8 glasses of water every day to keep your skin cared from the inside out.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

How to Look Cool On the Dance Floor (just for relax ;) )

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Okay, so you're at a party, a club, or anywhere where there's a hot dance beat playing. To be a smooth dude or dudette, just keep the following simple guidelines in mind.

Here's How:
- Listen to the music. As you move, you must move in time with the song. Feel the beat, and respond to it.
- Be creative. If there's a big guitar chord or a little drum pattern, move your body in response to it. It could be any move - you can't go wrong.
- Be aware of your partner. If he/she is doing a move, you might want to do something that mirrors it. And if you don't have a partner, it doesn't matter. You don't need one.
- It doesn't hurt to smile every once in awhile.
- Watch and learn. The best dancers are the ones who have been at it awhile, and they got there by picking up moves from others.
- Here's the big one: relax and enjoy yourself. Who cares what you look like? Have fun.


Remember, no two dancers are exactly alike. You have your own style. Appreciate that.













Tuesday, July 25, 2006

How to look cool, day to night, when it's hot!

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For hot weather, cool, lightweight looks are best. In boutiques from Brooklyn to Nyack, the look is as simple as a long or short slipdress with a T-shirt for day, or wear it alone for night. A sleeveless white suit with a long side-split skirt looks sporty for day with sandals, and dressy for night with heels.

Beautiful floral dresses with long skirts worn with straw hats and flats for day, and pearls and slip-ons for night. Key transitional fabrics in August are crepe, cotton knit and ...

Friday, July 21, 2006

Day to night. What to wear this season.

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With the Chelsea Flower Show starting this week and a summer full of garden parties to get through, we've composed a set of outfits that will get you through any occasion at any time of day

The long summer days can mean a quick get together on a sunny afternoon can easily turn into an all night affair. This versatile outfit will take you effortlessly from day through to night

Delicate prints in a summer-sky palette make for this season's prettiest pieces

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How to wear it

Cornflower-blue and white print tops work best with crisp whites trousers or skirts to keep the look fresh. Prints in these colours are best worn on their own keep the other half of the outfit plain.

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Roberto Cavalli

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why we like him?
Without him, the rock star look would still consist of tight leather pants and a hairy chest. Cavalli's untamed extravagance has made furs, feathers and leather patchworks the staple of show-stopping jet setters. If you're famous and want to be noticed, no other label will do.
why is he famous?
His creations with denim and printed leather have always stood at the fringe until recently, as he became one of the most original and sought-out designers around. Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Alicia Keys always ask Cavalli to design their tour costumes, while David Beckham, Bono and Lenny Kravitz are among his biggest fans.

Tuesday, July 4, 2006

TOP Jewelry Sets

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Crystal Dynasty Necklace & Earrings ($129.95 )
Dramatic necklace and earrings made with Cubic Zirconia







CZ Floral Gold Necklace ($69.95)
A gorgeous gold floral design necklace made of fiery Cubic Zirconia.







CZ Floral Fantasy Jewelry ($69.95 )
A gorgeous floral design necklace made of Genuine Cubic Zirconia.







Petite Floret Jewelry Set ($59.95)
A delicate floral set made of genuine Cubic Zirconia.





CZ Pendant Jewelry Set ($29.95)
A modern jewelry set that is both simple and elegant







Tiffany Heart Jewelry Set ($39.95)
Stunning cubic zirconia encrusted heart pendant & earrings

Friday, June 30, 2006

New Tendency. What to wear this summer

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The beach rarely fails to be perfect. There is the soothing sand and lull of the waves, the pretty pink shells and call of the gulls, the brilliant sun and rosy cheeks. And then there are those of us who go to the beach and are rarely, if ever, perfect. That would be the woman with the tangled, matted hair wearing the sandy, sagging cover-up and holding various bags of damp stuff. If you're one of us, and you want to clean up your beach act, you're in luck. iVillage stylist Boni Joi says there are only five items required for a successful beach look: a classic big-enough tote, a chic hat, the right bathing suit, a stylish cover-up and pretty sandals.