Designers have unveiled their Spring 2014 collections. It’s ‘90s trend takeover!
1) If it’s cropped tops you’ve been longing for, you won’t be disappointed. Styles range from cropped-to-the-waist shirts to the more abbreviated bra top.
2) Not for you? Other recurring runway themes included feminine, often wispy dresses, pretty florals and a twist of pastels.
3) Scores of sporty influences; think baseball jackets and track pants. Overalls, White, white and more white. Menswear-inspired silhouette combine with feminine fabrics mash up with sneakers.
You don’t have to be rich to look good or fashionable. Globalization has impacted street fashion as well and there are more ways than one to get on the fashion bandwagon.
Love reigns here at this hotel/restaurant. From red lipstick to exposed lingerie and curvaceous puffs of smoke, one could almost ignore the food. But don’t.
The Hotel Amour is located 8, rue Navarin close to the ‘Rue des Martyrs’ and Pigalle in the 9th district.
At the the hotel, love is everywhere. Rooms designed for it and the courtyard in the middle of a thriving jungle, between fire red lipstick waitresses, lingerie for true-false Lolitas and plumes of smoke more cougars than gypsy women.
The fashion industry is at once the most visible and overlooked of cultural sectors. Malls, streets, magazines racks, television shows, and runways are filled with people making fashion statements—some angry, some extreme, some incoherent. But while designers, celebrities, publicists, and most young people in America understand the persuasive power of a fashion statement, most “serious” cultural critics give little evidence of noticing, much less engaging, the often pathological and destructive messages that fashion trends and fads market. This is a mistake: fashion statements are often both influential and philosophy-laden and, therefore, often need to be considered, analyzed, or challenged.
Every once in awhile we want to keep ourselves beautiful and trendy. Confidence simply can be built not only within oneself but most of all with our physical appearance. One may think that it is hypocrite to judge others through their looks but there is a truth to that, we are often judged first by how we look and what we wear. With that, one should be certain that looking good makes a very good foundation to boosting that self-esteem. However, we cannot just look beautiful without doing anything. Research and effort are indeed needed if you want to look noticeably fashionable.