Washington D.C.-based, preppy clothing startup Rufus & Royce has found a unique way to predict the Presidential Election winner: through sales of its "critter" shorts. Earlier this year, the brand launched a politically-themed collection of men’s shorts embroidered with Democrat donkeys and Republican elephants. After several months of strong sales the evidence is overwhelming: Donald Trump is winning (at least with the preppy crowd).
Founded by Tabitha Dashiell, Bella’s Boutique has been a project in the making. Observing a need for fashionable accessories for any man or woman who wants to look and feel fabulous. Tabitha took it upon herself to end the search and bring high quality fashion jewelry to her clientele.
Let’s confess, we, women, care the most about looking good when we need to be out for a night or have a party to go. What do we do? We pull out all we have from the wardrobe and start putting on and off. All we are looking for is something that will show off our beautiful body and hide all the imperfection we have got. So, we are looking for something that will make us look slimmer and but together with it will show off our natural beauty. Here we go with some tricks on how to look slimmer when you are about to leave the house and go out for a party!
The Beauty Industry Needs to Catch Up and Employ More Diverse Models
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Jockey International, Inc. announces a new marketing campaign under the platform "Supporting Greatness" which features historical greats Babe Ruth, Buzz Aldrin and George Patton. The iconic underwear brand tapped its rich history of superior products and high-profile fans to showcase the legacy of great men who were supported by Jockey during their remarkable careers.
A great hairstyle can elevate a beauty look from ho-hum to smoking hot. African American hair varies in color and texture, and with so many trendy styles for black hair -- braids, twists, updos, afros and more -- the possibilities are seemingly endless.
Mark our words: Turbans are back. You mean you didn't know they were ever a thing? As recently as 2012, they sparked worldwide popularity when the boho trend took over as the style of choice at musical festivals. Then after a two-season slump, the intricately bold turban designs at the Marc by Marc Jacobs show for Spring/Summer 2013 proved the fashion trend is, yet again, the hottest, statement-worthy accessory to try. And if you didn't jump on board earlier this year, no problem -- fashion-forward celebrities, bloggers and other style icons are flaunting turbans as the chicest fall accessory.
Danielle and Jodie Snyder’s Dannijo jewelry line has always been colorful, layered and irreverent, but for their Spring 2014 collection ~ which has just launched and coincides with the brand’s fifth anniversary (and first-ever bag line!) ~ the sisters updated those signatures with a darker-tinted twist. Employing onyx metal bases and a toughed-up, repeating railroad motif, the pieces have a refreshed strength and sophistication. Black and white themes lend a tribalistic bent, as if each item had been carved from dark horn and sun-bleached bone.