Persuasion: Austen fashion

 Persuasion: Austen fashion

This week, the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia has a fashion that would see my dog ​​- Persuasion: Fashion in Jane Austen’s time, the display in the Textiles gallery Myer and May 22 and will continue on November 8th. Best of all, the show is free to the public. The exhibition will feature more than 70 works, most of the museum’s collection and examine the period between1770 and 1830. Prints and drawings, decorative arts and paintings, with a focus on women’s dress from the 19th century English alongside these fabulous outfits, and major works from other institutions and private collections in Australia will also be included. Many elements of CNG holdings were collected in the 1960s and 70s by collectors Leo and Anne Schofield.

Mode character in the novels of Jane Austen, Lucy Steele and Mrs. Allen, are presented as stupid. “It was not considered appropriate for anyone to talk endlessly about fashion,” said Roger Leong, Curator of CNG is the international fashion and textiles. “Characters who speaks length clothing is always the idiot . “However, Jane wrote about the details of the way in his letters to his family, as Leong said:” witty comments and insightful fashion Austen reflects the complex relationships within English society during its life, particularly between different classes and men and women. “

Winter 2013 Stylish Jewelry Design

Winter 2013  Stylish  Jewelry Design

If the rainy season almost invariably encourages the use of the subtle tones and a multitude of practical and versatile pieces, does not necessarily mean that the same is true for accessories. In fact, in most cases, tell us that the opposite is true and going bolder is highly recommended for fun contrast. Designer Alber Elbaz has become undoubtedly well known for his desire to make a statement. If Lanvin fall 2012 campaign came with a pleasant surprise with regard to the models used, new jewellery collection is certainly on a similar path because it brings together a variety of fun button.

Sophistication with a “BOLD” button is the prospect that adopts the label. The new designs are inspired by the billionaire mark Barbara Hutton and help the tenth anniversary of the creative spirit of the collection of tags. Complexity is mixed with a classic touch to the series of drawings which without a doubt steal the attention. Female vibes find themselves with a sense of opulence and even some fashion vibes skillfully disguised. From symbolism to the proven options, no doubt are the delight of lovers of fashion.

Statement necklaces are undoubtedly the stars of the new line. Fun pendants are without doubt an excellent choice for those looking for a solid point of contact that will be a real game changer. Short necklaces, however, can be a fabulous choice if you simply looking for a full item at a glance and put a more electric vibration throughout. Rock chic or classy and elegant, the label can help no doubt embrace your style with a variety of fun button.

A touch of color can be the best way to inject fun on their computers, so make sure you try accessories statement this season. You could discover noted, once you give accessories dare go over possibilities. Keep things simple at the beginning, and little by little towards bold changes to be able to feel completely at ease in his own skin.

In true fashion color Club fall 2012 Nail Polish

In true fashion color Club fall 2012 Nail Polish

Do you know what are the warmest colors of nail polish of the new season? If this is not the case, perhaps the new collection of Nail Polish Club True Color mode could shed light on the subject. Discover delicious new offerings.

Color Club In True Fashion Fall 2012 Nail Polishes

When it comes to updates for the new season, the manicure is one of the areas where changes are received with great enthusiasm, and it could not be otherwise given the impact that a pleasure manicure style has our look and the fact that one of the States is less intensive effort of style. Although there are many sources of inspiration for the new collection of Nail Polish, we particularly love offerings that are designed to reproduce accurately track trends and translate the maintenance offerings.

Color Club brand had this exact address of style with its new collection entitled 2012 fall real fashion. With a source of inspiration, you can bet that the wave of track dominates the color palette. So expect to see the hottest colors of the season and the effects of this fairly complete set. You can always go to the chic intense tones of Matt or you can experiment with beautiful effects. Metal, anyone? Duochrome effects are another great option available. These are some of the most popular tones of the moment:

Kolkata Fashion Week

Kolkata Fashion Week was action-packed, Day 2 had more glam in store. After the jewellery and The Story of Weaves show in the morning, in the evening, it was time for designers Zubair Kirmani, Manoviraj Khosla and Narendra Kumar to strut their stuff. And as expected,

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they did not disappoint.

The choreography of Weaves complemented the beautiful creations. Danseuse Prema made a graceful beginning with traditional dance moves, after which models clad in the stylish drapes walked in. Saris were teamed with broad belts, leggings and shirts. Showstopper Riya walked the ramp in a maroon handloom sari. Despite repeated requests, the lovely lass didn’t oblige the media by giving her take on the show. But mom Moon Moon Sen said, “Both my daughters wear the sari on special occasions and I help them drape it.” Nandita Pal Chaudhuri, who collected and co-ordinated all the saris says, “Bengal has a rich tradition of textile and weaves and Day 2 of KFW showcased how tangail, garad, dhonekhali and block prints have been made contemporary over the years. Weaves of Bengal are known for their fineness of texture, beauty of design, intricacy of weave, lightness of weight and durability.”

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e diamonds.” Wearing a Dev r Nil lehenga with the baubles, the actor said, “I wish I didn’t have to give them back.”
As people milled around the venue, someone from the crowd was heard complaining that not many Delhi designers had come down for KFW. The lady in question must have missed the designer line-up for the later shows. Zubair Kirmani’s cigarette pants for men and the sporty, sexy lines for women made their mark. His showstopper, Jab We Met director Imtiaz Ali, was an absolute stunner. “I’m used to walking in Kolkata, on its streets and gulleys, but not wearing such nice clothes. Walking the ramp is something I’m most scared about, so I thought I’d do it once in my life,” said Imtiaz.

Bangalore-based designer Manoviraj Khosla’s show was all about attitude, aimed at the club-going youth. So the Spring/Summer ’09 collection saw embroidered jackets and mandarin collars for men. The luxurious line for women had knits and satin silks in it. The designer’s surface ornamentation was evident from the texturing he did with the same fabric and pleats. Manoviraj, too, had a showstopper in Dev. D star Mahie Gill. It came as a surprise to see Mahie on the ramp for Manoviraj, as she was supposed to walk for Kolkata designer Abhishek Dutta, a day later. Said Mahie, “I was very nervous initially. But later, it was all fun. It is a difficult job, I must say.”

After the show, restaurateur AD Singh was spotted looking for Manoviraj. Dressed in a Lecoanet Hemant jacket and JJ Valaya pants, he made a statement at the biggest fashion event in the city. “I missed Manoviraj’s show. It’s a pity as I was looking forward to it.” But he made up for his lost opportunity by being one of the front benchers for the next show by Narendra Kumar.

The crowd swelled by the minute. By the time the gates were thrown open, there was a huge rush to occupy the front rows. And at last count, the organisers said, footfall touched 1,000. It was a pity that even Manoviraj was seen on the backstands with Ratul Sood, jostling for space with viewers. The Mumbai designer, whose collection had a social message of hope and despair after the 26/11 attacks, had black and white as the predominant colours. The leather jackets, fishtail gowns and balloon dresses had the audience asking for more.