Rebels of Detention Clothing is an independent brand based out of Cleveland, Ohio established in 2015 by Fashion Designer Ra’ Laura Carter. Rebels of Detention strives to create timeless clothing through art as inspiration.
Experience works. It lets brands show people not just what they are—but who they are. Because when people can see your brand's human side, they connect with it more deeply. Elucid Magazine uses print, video, events and digital marketing to do just that. We create experiences that work.
MCCVANI: THE FASHION YOU WEAR, NEEDS RECOGNITION
As the saying goes beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, yet everything deserves praise but have you ever thought what lies behind the literal beauty. Yes! There exactly lies an entity who blew life into that particular thing. Similarly, if we see things in a grandeur frame, we will fall short of words how beautiful our world is. The need of the day is to explore, explore what makes the world more than just terrorism, extremism and religious bigotry and so on. Today, we are in a great need to highlight craftsmanship to give well deserved recognition to those who give us something to carry. To create a style statement and so on.
Brazilian born fashion designer and multimedia artist, Chris Barreto finds her essence in the interpretation of body paintings of the Brazilian- Indian tribes. An inspiration that translated into her “second skin” wearable art, where sophistication meets originality and comfort!
Whether she is a world traveler or busy working mom, these designer bags work for all the active women in your life!
Finding the balance between unique and affordable when searching for a holiday gift can often times take the joy out of the process. Not to mention nothing being worse than the feeling of receiving a gift you don't like. Most people quickly discover that the dollar amount highly determines the range of quality and options for potential gift ideas, especially when it comes to jewelry.
Trendpay.com Launches a First of its Kind Online Shopping Experience Encouraging Young Women to Shop for Trends Now and Pay Later