The High Street fashion chain New Look is giving consumers a chance to become an online stylist.
It encourages visitors to create their perfect outfit from its latest autumn range… There’s also a chance to win £1000 worth of vouchers.
Getting Styling here:
This site polyvore is designed to appeal to the fashionistas out there in the world, users install a bookmarklet and grab images from around the web. They then take those images, plus any images others have uploaded, and create “sets” which are ensembles of individual items, put into, say, a complete outfit.Sets can be viewed by others, commented, rated, shared, embedded into websites etc. Users can also take items from the sets (or the set itself) and place it into their own collection for modification (Polyvore also links back to the original set for attribution).
I know it sounds (looks a little strange) but you just know that these are going to catch on, fashion empire Chanel have launched the Ankle Purse.
Apparently there is speculation that the idea came from ankle-mounted alcohol monitoring devices…
Like those worn recently by Lindsay Lohan and Eve.
I’m sure the high street retailers will pick up on the idea, and before you know it, thirteen-year-old girls everywhere will be purposefully getting themselves grounded so they can sport their own designer ankle monitors around the house.”
It appears that Sharkah Chakra from India is taking a stand in the ecological war on waste…
The company’s philosophy is, “to make the world’s best and only hand made denim using a simple age old concept of treating others as you wish to be treated.” Using this Golden Rule as their guide, Sharkah Chakra has harnessed the Free Trade talents of indigenous indigo farmer, dyeing masters and tailors. The laudable process comes together to create an equally praiseworthy product: stylish, wearable jeans for the masses. Though they aim to expand, currently Sharkah
Chakra products are exclusively available at Harvey Nichols in London.
Looks like fashion is not only for us Humans – the Juicy Crittoure collection of dog apparel accessories and fragrances was launched yesterday at Juicy Couture’s Rodeo Drive store.The lovely creators of Juicy Couture, Pamela and Gela, are introducing the first “couture fragrance for the decadent doggy.” The range includes Pawfum ($60), Shampooch ($25), Coif Fur($25), Doggy House Spray($30), limited edition gift sets and even nail polish ($14).