Category: Fashion

Quick Thoughts: Prada SS20

Prada is one of my favorite luxury brands. And I say that not only as an admirer but also as a consumer. I could spend hours writing about my love for the brand and their products, but that’s not what this post is about. They recently presented their Spring 2020 collection on Milan Fashion Week

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Best Dressed from the Venice Film Festival 2019 (So Far!)

The Venice Film Festival has been happening for the past 76 years. And, even though it was created to promote films, right now fashion calls as much (if not more) attention. Every year actors, supermodels and influencers go to Venice with the sole purpose of walking the red carpet and create content for brands. This

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Fashion and Beauty News of the Week: Being Inclusive

I wanted to write a clever introduction for this week’s news, but it is just not coming out. There were some nice things, and not some nice things. But here is supposed to be a happy corner on the internet. After all, if we want to not be happy, we just need to open regular

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Best Dressed from the VMA 2019

The annual Video Music Awards (VMA) has been the stage of many iconic fashion moment. One of the reasons why is the more “casual” dress code and creative inducing environment. Where else could someone where a raw meat outfit? But not everybody can wear clothes that eccentric and look good on it. This year the

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Beauty and Fashion News of the Week: New Brand, Product Launches and Some Pretty Handbags

This past week has been…uh…it will be too depressing if I start talking about it. One of the most talked about subjects was how Earth’s lungs (aka the Amazon rainforest) is on fire. But, again, let’s make this a ‘happy’ corner of the internet land. (*prays to my God not let humans burn down 20%

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5 Trends from the Miu Miu Resort 2020 Collection

Just like Prada, Miu Miu is glamourous and is designed for a modern and fun person.  For the Resort 2020 Miuccia Prada decided to play with the rise of conservatism by doing classical and conservative shapes, and using the Hippodrome d’Auteuil, a horse racing track that was inaugurated in 1873, as the venue for the

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