The cowboy, ethnic and rock ‘n ‘ roll style, this summer rules. The trend is reflected not only in clothing but also in accessories – leather fringe bags. Short or very long to the floor, this summer the length is not important, but its color, exactly matching the color of the bag. Ten of the best – before your eyes.
Massive and fragile, minimalist and complex, realised in plastic, metal and gemstones, the summer jewellery of the most famous fashion houses don’t look less exciting than real jewels. Here are 30 of the most fashionable pieces of jewellery covering necklaces, bracelets, earrings, pendants and clips.
History of Valentine’s Day – another confusing novel. The roots of the traditions of this holiday dates back to antiquity and the early centuries of Christianity. But who was Saint Valentine, and how did he become associated with this ancient rite? The Catholic Church recognizes at least three different saints named Valentine or Valentinus, all of whom were martyred. One legend contends that Valentine was a priest who served during the third century in Rome. When Emperor Claudius II decided that […]
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The party season is upon us, so many many outfits need to be scouted. But the accent goes on the accessories, because there is nothing like a gorgeous jewelry-like evening clutch to elevate an evening look.
1. Versace’s Safety-Pin Dress Everyone, from your nan, mum, dad and postman, remembers seeing Liz Hurley step onto the red carpet for the Four Weddings and a Funeral premiere wearing Versace’s now-iconic safety pin dress. 2. J-Lo’s Versace Dress Another totally stand-out Versace red carpet moment was created at the 2000 Grammys when Jennifer Lopez stepped out on the arm of Puff Daddy in thattropical-print, plunging, sheer dress. What. A. Moment. 3. Grace Kelly’s Wedding Dress The dress designed by Helen […]
As i woke up this morning and gazed out of my window i saw tiny raindrops falling down on the roofs in a shy attempt to let us know that autumn is here. The city is still half asleep, trams are taking their courses clanking lazy on the streets that all of a sudden look different, cabs are waiting silently for the hasty clients, threatening clouds are crowding to cover the city and there is the almost imperceptible wind, yet strong enough to […]