More women of color graced fashion magazine covers in 2015 Rihanna was the most popular non-white choice on fashion magazine covers in 2015. Photo: AP. MORE FROM: Keith J. Kelly. Keith J. Kelly. Lawyer accused of aiding Maxim 'scammer' denies wrongdoing · Lawyer accused of aiding Maxim 'scammer' says he was
Cressida Bonas 'gord TOPLESS' as she poses French fashion magazine L'Officiel Hand-picked by the brand to front their 'Precious Lady' issue, Brit IT-girl Cressida went make-up-free as she modelled long velvet gloves, a chain-link necklace and matching bracelet. Scroll down for video. Cressida Bonas sent pulses races as she
The 30 Best Fashion Magazine Covers of 2015 . We narrowed it down to 30 issues featuring Kristen Stewart, Jourdan Dunn, Molly Bair, Sophie Turner, Taraji P. Henson and, of course, Karl Lagerfeld. Avatar: Chantal Fernandez; Author: Chantal Fernandez
Here's How You Donald Duck in a Fashion Magazine John Stamos is an eternally beautiful man, one with a face that somehow manages to look younger today than it did ten years ago, and for Paper magazine, Stamos just "did the craziest thing he's done all year": posing Donald Duck–style in front of a
Kylie Jenner criticised for using wheelchair in fashion magazine shoot Reality television star Kylie Jenner has come under fire after photos of her sitting in a wheelchair for a fashion magazine spread were released online today. Interview Magazine published the photos along with an interview with Jenner; its December
Artist-Designed Fashion Shop Invades Miami Beach The New Art Dealers Alliance is teaming up with the Pandora's box of customizable fashion, Print All Over Me, to bring a unique series of emerging artist-designed clothes to Miami Beach, FL just in time for Miami Art Week. The 13th edition of the fair
High St boutique fashion shop for sale - New Zealand Herald
A prime Auckland CBD retail outlet without any vacancy in 14 years of ownership by the vendor, is for sale in High Street with a new tenant signed up to move in immediately when the current lessee moves out at the end of September. The 173sq m unit is located on the ground floor of a seven storey character building at 5 High Street near the intersection with Shortland Street. It is being marketed by Bayleys Auckland retail specialist Sarah Boles and is among 17 commercial and industrial properties which will go up for sale in Bayleys' latest Total Property auction on August 10, unless sold beforehand by negotiation. The property is producing net annual rental income of $135,000 from a lease to fashion retailer Fabric which will vacate on September 30 with another fashion retailer Flo & Frankie taking possession of the premises on October 1. Boles says Flo &... "The business is family owned and run by Chrissie Conyngham, who has over 20 years' experience in the fashion retail industry, and her three daughters. They stock over 150 of their favourite contemporary local and global fashion and lifestyle brands that bridge the gap between chain stores and exclusive high end brands. "They have experienced significant year-on-year growth, in their Newmarket store in particular, and have an extremely loyal online following. "They have been looking for a flagship CBD location to expand their business and profile further and the prime position of these premises in the heart of the fashion precinct on lower High Street offered the opportunity they were looking for. Boles undertook a 'For Lease by Tender' marketing campaign of the property earlier this year, in conjunction with Lloyd Budd, Bayleys' director- commercial, retail and operations, after Fabric indicated it wouldn't be renewing its lease. "The campaign generated plenty of inquiry and we had three interested parties, underlying the fact that High Street remains a sought after location, particularly among fashion retailers," says Budd. "Flo & Frankie were the successful bidder and the new owner of the property will benefit from a significant increase in rental income when their lease commences. Flo & Frankie has entered into an initial three-year lease, with three three-year rights of renewal, over Unit G1, the largest of three ground floor retail units at 5 High Street. Boles says footwear retailer Timberland will be relocating from its current CBD location at Britomart into the neighbouring unit around the same time, replacing I. T Fashions. "These two tenancies complement the popular retail precinct of lower High Street which includes Barkers, Murray Crane and 3 Wiseman and a number of other fashion brands," says Boles. "It provides very attractive retail space with its hardwood floors, clean white walls and feature support columns constructed out of the same steel that was used to make the Sydney harbour bridge. Boles is also currently marketing retail premises at 42C High St for lease encompassing 94sq m of ground floor retail space, a 13sq m mezzanine level plus some storage and one allocated car park.www.nzherald.co.nz
Introducing Au Courant, a Sustainable Fashion Shop on Larchmont - Racked LA
The space was designed by Beth Holden of New Theme, Inc . Holden tells us that they "designed the space around a central yin/yang display case and created small comfortable zones for the shopping experience.la.racked.com
A fashion magazine is taking a stand against Donald Trump — with a plea to Ivanka - Washington Post
It is not often that foreign publications wade into the thicket of an American presidential election and accuse a candidate of misogyny and hate speech. It is even rarer for a foreign fashion magazine to do so. But for its July issue, the editor-in-chief of the Mexican and Latin American edition of Marie Claire has climbed atop her glossy soap box with a cover story directed at Ivanka Trump — and,... In bold cover type, the magazine pleads: “Dear Ivanka: How long will you defend your father. It is an artful collage that depicts her as a cross between a beauty queen and benevolent goddess with bare shoulders and glittering floral earrings. In the background, the Statue of Liberty peers over her shoulder, white stars explode against a blue sky and blush-colored peonies are in full bloom, nestled against her cheek. There is nothing about the cover that speaks of harsh rhetoric. And while almost all the letters appeal to her position of clout within the Trump empire, there are no visual hints of her as a business person. Furthermore, when talking about polemic and controversial topics, generally I would rather stay neutral, with an objective point of view, and if I can’t make that happen, at least to be moderate,” writes editor Daniela Von Wobeser in her opening... “I’d like to ask you, from the bottom of my heart, if supporting your dad’s strategy is the best thing for you, as woman or the best for your country and, consequently, mine. “Dear Ivanka, do you think your father would be the leader America deserves. Do you think the values your dad promotes are the ones you want. “I understand no one chooses their parents, but sooner or later we have to understand that being a father does not excludes you from human degradation and, therefore, it’s [up to] us, their children, to [break] from them when [they] voluntarily... The issue includes letters from journalists, academics and artists, all of them Latin American, some of them living and working in the United States. They attempt to appeal to Trump as a mother, as a business woman, as an educated woman, as someone who, having converted to Judaism, might have particular insight into the history of religious persecution and how it festers and grows. “I’m sure you’ve heard this abominable story of survival and horror countless times, possibly during your weekly shabbat dinners, or perhaps during Pesach (Jewish Easter), that you and your descendants must never forget,” writes Lorenza Amigo, who... “ Don’t you think that Trump’s comparison to Hitler, made several times in media, is enough to raise a red flag. Do you want to be part of this hate campaign, to be remembered in history as that hypocrite who preferred to overlook and allow such atrocity. Fashion magazines have long addressed social and cultural concerns within their own borders and even beyond them. Von Wobeser reminds her readers that one of the founders of Marie Claire France, which was first published in 1937, was involved in petitioning the Vatican to reconsider its stance on contraception. Helen Gurley Brown, who was editor of Cosmopolitan from 1965-1997, was instrumental in introducing blunt talk about.www.washingtonpost.com
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