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Thursday, 30 August 2012


Fashion Show .

A fashion show was held in the end of 2010 in Cairo, Egypt. We have some photos from that Egyptian fashion show to get inspiration about new arabic dress designs.

Woman wants to look stunning and beautiful in any stage of her life. And when it’s about pregnancy women remain confused about what to wear and what to not wear. In fact, most women work even harder to make sure that they look their best. This may be due to the fact that pregnant women often  

Magnolia by Marionat will display their Spring 2012 wedding dress collection at various regional trunk shows. The Magnolia line of bridal gowns offers a wide variety of high styled chic wedding dresses, veils, and headpieces. 

The trunk shows in your area will allow attendees to access some of the most beautiful wedding dresses in the Magnolia collection. Members of the Magnolia Bridals fashion team will be present to help you find your perfect wedding dress style. 

The wedding gowns will first be displayed at Fantasia Bridal in Rocky Point Long Island May 5- May 6th. The first weekend in June the gowns will be making a special trip to Crown Elegance in Staten Island for a very special event at their store June 2nd and 3rd. 

The following weekend we are heading south to New Natalie’s in Atlanta Georgia June 9th and 10th. June 16th and 17th we will be at Jay West in Haddonfield New jersey and our last stop in June will be at Jon’s Bridal by Suzanne June 30th and July 1st in Allentown Pennsylvania.

During the trunk shows Magnolia by Marionat will supply bridal shops with extra wedding gown styles, headpieces, veils and jewelry that the stores do not normally carry in stock. Brides will get to view and try on Magnolia’s top selling dresses. 

The wedding dresses are only in the bridal shops during the set trunk show dates and then they move on to their next location or back to the warehouse. Julie Levitt, Fashion Director and Lisa Rothchild, Operations Director from the fashion team at Magnolia by Marionat will be present to assist brides and help them find that “perfect dress.” 

The two women played a major part in the styling and designing of the gowns and they will be at the trunk shows to work with the brides and share their bridal insights.

The wedding gowns present at the trunk shows will range in styles from A-line skirts to ball gowns to trumpets and mermaids. There will be weddings gowns with lace, pleats, ruching, beaded appliques and even sleeves. Ms. Rothchild said, “We have a little bit of everything which means there is sure to be a style of wedding gown for every bride.” 

Ms. Levitt is very excited to be able to travel and work with brides-to-be "it is one of my favorite parts to my job, working with brides and seeing the gowns look even more beautiful as each bride slips into them

Internationally distinguished haute couture designer Mandali Mendrilla is dedicating her newest atelier collection “Slave2Love” (S2L) to her husband who died in a car accident in January.

Croatian born New York (USA) based stylist, designer and artist Mandali, who has several award winning collections to her credit, was working on S2L when an auto accident took the life of her husband Elisha Nitai Drury, 31; who was an artist, visionary, director of the Krishna Kitchen and founder of non-profit Food for Life Experience.

Mandali says that S2L is an “expression of the fragile nature of the human form versus the eternality of indwelling spirit”. “Inspired by Chuang Tzi's butterfly metempsychosis and the eternal wisdom of the ancient scripture Bhagavad-Gita, the fluttering organic hand painted cloth expresses a longing for attainment of undying worlds within”, she adds about S2L.

This new collection, which was originally scheduled to be premiered at the Fall/Winter 2012 Fashion Week, was instead silently launched on her website.

Meanwhile, Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA), applauded Mandali for exploring ancient Hindu civilizations and reinventing ancient Indian dressing codes and artistic traditions for her collections and getting inspiration from Sanskrit epics. Creating clothing lines appeared to be a spiritual exercise for her, Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, added.

Mandali Mendrilla points out that she has dedicated her artistic abilities to the pursuit of truth and beauty. She thinks that humans can use clothes to help communicate, explore, enhance and discover their inner selves rather than consider dressing as an external act. She has already exhibited her work in Italy, Croatia, Germany, USA, India and United Kingdom.

Keeping with the spirit of her dedication, Mandali will not exhibit for the remainder of 2012 but will serve blessed vegan food in her husband's legacy project Krishna Kitchen.

Nanette Lepore, a Youngstown State University alumna and a world-renowned fashion designer, receives an honorary degree and will be the featured speaker at YSU’s spring commencement on Saturday, May 19.

Graduation ceremonies for undergraduate students begin at 10 a.m., while commencement for graduate students starts at 2:30 p.m. Both ceremonies are in Beeghly Center. More than 2,200 students will receive diplomas.

Featured student speakers are Kaitlyn Fabian, who earns a bachelor’s degree in Dance Management, and Dru Perren, who earns a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

After completing her studies at YSU, Lepore enrolled in New York City’s Fashion Institute of Technology, where she earned a degree in design. Bolstered by a $5,000 loan from her father, Lepore then set out to start her own line of clothing.

Today, Nanette Lepore has grown into an internationally renowned brand with boutiques in the United States, Europe and Asia. There are currently stores in New York, Los Angeles, Bal Harbour, Chicago, Las Vegas, Boston, London and Tokyo, with further expansion in Asia planned for 2012 and 2013.

Lepore continues to design in her atelier in New York alongside her husband, Robert, who helms the business side of the worldwide brand as its president. Manufacturing the majority of her line in the Big Apple, Lepore is an outspoken advocate for New York’s Garment Center.

Fabian is the first graduate of YSU’s new Bachelor of Arts degree in dance management. She is graduating summa cum laude and is also receiving a certificate in entrepreneurship.

During her four years at YSU, Fabian was a Leslie H. Cochran University Scholar and a member of the YSU Honors program. As part of her public service as a University Scholar, she served as the Relay for Life team captain in 2011 and 2012. She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges and the Clarence P. Gould Honor Society. She also is the recipient of the Kocinski Award for the outstanding senior dance student.

Fabian was a valedictorian of her class at Boardman High School. She came to YSU as an undeclared major with a dance minor until the dance management major was established in her junior year. She held leadership positions in the YSU Dance Ensemble, served as a student choreographer for the group, and served an internship with the Ballet Western Reserve. She was hired last fall as dance enrichment instructor for the new Visual and Performing Arts program at Chaney High School in Youngstown, a position she hopes to continue after graduation, as well as continuing her teaching at a local dance studio. She plans to establish her own Christian-centered dance studio in the future.

Perren’s studies at YSU include a focus on clinical mental health counseling with a specialization in counseling childrenand adolescents and autism spectrum disorders.

Cho Cho Design House announces the debut of its high fashion Smartphone bag. With its revolutionary high-fashion-meets-high-function design, it is the first bag of its kind that is customized to hold smartphones.

The bag features a secret window on the back, making it easy to check phone calls and messages without having to take the phone out of the bag. It also features a pair of adjustable and removable gold chain straps, which secure the smartphone at your side for easy access and offers three different ways to wear the bag. The smartphone bag is made of genuine lambskin leather and features Swarovski™ crystals. 

The Cho Cho smartphone bag was created by Canadian-born, Miami-based designer and international recording artist, Aasha. As a busy recording artist and new mother, Aasha was inspired to create a bag that would allow her to easily have her smartphone by her side with her hands free to do other things.

The name “Cho Cho” came from the Japanese word for butterfly, which symbolizes the freedom and beauty of the bag. The design was also inspired by the concept of a “minaudiere,” a bag that carries the essentials without being bulky or awkward like large bags. 

“It’s the perfect bag for dinners, parties and everyday business. It can be worn with high fashion or casual styles,” Aasha says. “The Cho Cho smartphone bag is the new ‘it’ bag for cell phone enthusiasts. And it makes a great Mother’s Day gift for stylish moms.”

Fashion designer Patti V has announced the official launch of her new line of designer denim, along with special introductory pricing and free shipping until March 5, 2012.

The Patti V line caters to young women (18 – 29) who are confident and not afraid to turn heads.

The company’s signature product is their Original V Jean, a stylish and sophisticated alternative to traditions jeans. The V Jean features a plunging V shaped waistline front and back. The result is a sexy and sophisticated look that is truly unique. This line also includes a V Zipper version which features a closed back as well as fully functional side zippers up both legs for a fashionable, chic look.

“I’ve always had a passion for fashion,” says the brands designer Patti V. “The inspiration for the V Jean came after years of always seeing the same old jeans. I wanted something different so I decided to make it myself,“ Patti V adds. “My current designs are sexy and edgy and meant to compliment the female figure,” Patti V continues.

At its launch the Patti V line includes seven products made up of jeans, skirts, and shorts available in different styles and colors, each with the Patti V Signature V waistline. Each product is made of premium denim and made in the USA. Soon to come will be a line of Women’s tops and casual wear, as well as a line of jeans for men.

“We’re really excited about the new line and plan to expand it in the months to come. Starting April 15, 2012 our new V Curve jean will be available. The V Curve sports a sweetheart curved front and back with zippers in front and back as well. We’ve also frayed the back pockets for an overall sassy, fun, yet sexy look,” Patt V explains.

Despite launching a new company in a down economy, Patti V is already catching the attention of key industry buyers who have stated that everything they thought could be done with denim had already been done, until now. Wanting something new, Patti V was started with the hopes of creating a niche market. By the looks of things Patti V is doing just that.

Makeup for the Office.

 look for Monday;

In addition to the formal dress code is still a lot of nuances that need to comply with all employees of the office. Too much makeup can make you look gaudy, older, and even like you are on the prowl. The biggest thing to remember in the workplace is to keep things professional in your dress, in your conduct, in your relationship with your coworkers, and in your cosmetic presentation. Workplace is a professional place and you look should reflect the same to make a mark.  Try to keep things as professional as possible, be it your attire, your behavior, relations with others or even your makeup. Here are some great day makeup ideas that will help you get your makeup at work place right.
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Pair this cute smocked top with our utility pants for a great anytime outfit!

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The New York inspired artist Nick Georgiou from Queens has managed to use something as simple as newspapers to create art, more precisely sculptures. He finds pleasure in giving words life and transforming them into something different. The sculptures are some strange creatures but they can remind of animals like dogs. Some of them ...

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Huaqing Spring Picture.

The Huaqing Hot Springs which we see today was rebuilt on the site of the Qing Dynasty structure
In the Tang Dynasty, the Huaqing Hot Springs was destroyed, during the An Lushan Rebellion. The present-day site is only a small part of the Tang Huaqing Palace. The Huaqing Hot Springs which we see today was rebuilt on the site of the Qing Dynasty structure.  The palace covers an area of 85,560 square meters.
Entering the West Gate of Huaqing Hot Springs, you will see the Nine-Dragon Pool, the Lotus Flower Pool and the Frost Drifting Hall, etc. The Tang Emperor, Xuanzong and his favorite lady, Yang Guifei (Lady Yang), used to make their home in the Frost Drifting Hall. There is always mist and vapor in the air over the pool that is in front of the Hall. In winter, snowflakes fly in the air, and everything in sight becomes white. However, the snowflakes thawed immediately, in front of the Hall. This owes a great deal to the lukewarm vapor that rises out of the hot spring; hence the name of the Frost Drifting Hall.
Shaanxi History Museum is the first huge state museum with modern facilities in China…
Shaanxi History Museum is the first huge state museum with modern facilities in China. It is known as "bright pearl of ancient city, treasure house of China." Exhibited in the main exhibition hall are 2,700 works of art, with an exhibition line that extends 2,300 meters. The exhibition space is divided into an introductory hall, permanent exhibitions, special exhibitions, and temporary exhibitions, as well as one that has been named the National Painting Hall. The museum contains 115,000 objects in its collections. The more representative of these include bronzes, Tang-dynasty tomb wall paintings, terracotta statuary, ceramics (pottery and porcelain), construction materials through the dynasties, Han and Tang bronze mirrors, and coins and currency, calligraphy, rubbings, scrolls, woven articles, bone articles, wooden and lacquer and iron and stone objects, seals, as well as some contemporary cultural relics and ethnic objects…
The Drum Tower was first built in 1380 and named after a huge drum placed on it to tell the hour in old days…
The Drum Tower was first built in 1380 and named after a huge drum placed on it to tell the hour in old days. The Drum Tower is 33 meters high, 52.6 meters wide, covering more than 1970 sq. meters. The midmost hollow are gate from the south to the north is both 6 meters in the height and width, and 38 meters long from the south to the north, and 52 meters from the east to the west. The Drum Tower is a two-floor tower, and its structure is straight up like a pole, with double eaves and Xieshan roof. The tower is clear in arrangement because outside eaves and flat base are all decorated with blue fashioninn4us.blogspot.comgreen hoppers. Today there has a drum museum which displayed many kinds of the traditional Chinese drums, the life show with music and drum dance were hold few times a day for the visitors…
Bell Tower locates in the downtown area of Xi'an and is the symbol of Xi'an, Xian attraction image
The Bell Tower was first built in 1384, in the Yingxiang Temple which used to be located in the center of the city. The tower was moved to its present place in 1582 as a result of the city's expansion program.
There have been various legendary tales about the Bell Tower. In the Ming Dynasty, tens of thousands of people were killed in several earthquakes on Central Shaanxi Plain. People said that a gigantic dragon in the huge undercurrent that flowed beneath the city caused all those quakes. When the governor of the city heard this, he ordered all the smiths in the city to make a chain 300 meters long to chain the dragon at the bottom of the undercurrent, right in the center of the city. He then ordered 5,000 skillful craftsmen to build the tower over the place where the dragon was chained so that it would be weighed down to the bottom of the undercurrent forever, and to stop forever, its evil spells.

Wednesday, 29 August 2012


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Traveler Magazine.

Catherine Karnow

Courting Vienna
Spanish Riding School

Lipizzan stallions rehearse at the Spanish Riding School of Vienna, the world’s oldest school of classical horsemanship, under the direction of bowler-hatted Ernst Bachinger.
We were worried when Catherine went on this shoot, because we were told that the horses were going to be on vacation. But the important part of the photo ended up not being the horses, but the performance hall and riding master. The opulence of the room contrasted with the sandy floor makes this such a unique shot. — Senior Photo Editor Dan Westergren

Aaron Huey

Landscapes of My Father
Low Tide in Schooner Cove

As day ebbs and tides recede, amethyst-and-coral-hued sea stars cling to a rock in wave-washed Schooner Cove (British Columbia), composing their very own watercolor.
What’s striking about this photo is the contrast of the colorful starfish with the gloominess of the place. Because it was raining and cloudy, the starfish become even more apparent. It wouldn’t look like this on a sunny day. – Senior Photo  Dan Westergren

Chris Bickford

Hawaii, Lost and Found
Waipio Valley

Waipio Valley’s black-sand beach has long been a place of refuge and healing for native Hawaiians.
This photo was pure serendipity. The photographer went to this beach, not knowing what he was going to find there, and he stumbled upon this scene. I really like the soft diffused light shining through the towel making it look like angel wings. — Dan Westergren

Alexandra Avakian

Egypt’s New Day
Traditional Felucca Boats

Sail unfurled, a traditional felucca boat approaches a motor launch along the Nile River. “Empty feluccas were moored in large flotillas,” says author Carl Hoffman.
Sometimes a photo is all about timing. Because it’s early morning, there’s little movement in the water and so the double image, the reflection of the boat, is almost perfect. Alexandra had to be one of the first ones out to get this shot. –  Dan Westergren

Dmitri Alexander

Star Trek: Yosemite to the Moon
Half Dome

The 211-mile John Muir Trail starts near the base of Half Dome in the Yosemite Valley.
What I love about this photo is that it was taken at night, but it looks like daytime. With an extra long exposure the moon can create a photograph that looks like it was lit by the sun. – Dan Westergren

Aaron Huey

A Light on the Croatian Coast
Struga Lighthouse

Struga lighthouse towers over 17-square-mile Lastovo Island. “It’s out there all alone on the southern side of the island,” says writer Paul Kvinta, “so serene and at peace with itself.”
In this photo I like merging of the pastel colors with the pale water. There was no direct light so these colors could come through. – Dan Westergren

Brooks Walker

Life Atop a Cauldron
Krafla Caldera

Visitors create their own heat a thermal zone at the Krafla caldera in northern Iceland. Lava flow from the 1980s (upper left) still mars the landscape.
These volcanic areas are typically crawling with tourists, but Brooks was able to wait to incorporate people in an interesting way. By adding people it makes you think this would be a cool place to sit. – Dan Westergren

Chris Rainier

The Art of the Deal
Snake Charmer

It takes two: A snake charmer shows off his handling skills with a pair of serpents.
Chris used supplemental lighting in order to add color to the subject and make it stand out from the background. This is a very photographed place, but he gave it a little extra something by bringing his own light source. –  Dan Westergren

Frans Lanting

Your Own Private Africa
Namibia Dunes

“One of the wildest rides of my life was driving the dunes on the coast of Namibia,” says writer Chris Eckstrom , who journeyed through this 10,000-square-mile desert wilderness. The former “prohibited zone” is now a national park with controlled visitation.
I love this photo because it feels like a long way down the dune. The composition with truck on the right side and the water on the left, emphasizes the steepness. It’s a really precarious place and Frans was able to capture that in this shot. – Senior Photo Editor, Dan Westergren

Susan Seubert