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Dolce & Gabbana Winter 2015 Fashion Show Was Sort of Hit and Miss

October 17, 2014 - Author: steph

Checking out what I need to wear, and trying to avoid outfits that are going to send me back to the chiropractor. This winter, Brad Reifler and I are going for comfort, instead of something that’s going to squeeze the life out of you, as though your organs were in a tube of toothpaste.

But this winter, I’m not super impressed with what Dolce & Gabbana had on show earlier in the year. Fashion lines are announced quite far in advance, and so this video came out in February. But I’m just getting around to my winter fashion interests now.

Only seeing a couple things here that I could envision myself wearing:

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Gene Simmons’ Daughter Sophie Launches Fashion Line

October 16, 2014 - Author: steph

Sophie Tweed-Simmons is well known for her curves, and for embracing diverse body types. But now, she’s taking the practice a step further by launching her own fashion line. The clothing will feature a wide variety of sizes, and is meant to be all inclusive.

Meaning, the brand will create designs that are meant for healthy body types. Women with curves, athletic women, and plus size women as well. All will be covered under the brad’s identity, and Sophie has intended this to be an opportunity to provide high fashion for sizes and body types that are often ignored by the fashion retailers at large.

Interesting to see if this takes off, Sam Tabar definitely thinks it’s enough to make a dent through name recognition alone. Sophie definitely already has the advantage being Gene Simmons’ daughter. We’ll see how things turn out when the line starts showing off their first designs soon.

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Beauty After Breast Cancer: The Kickstarter You Need to Support

October 15, 2014 - Author: steph

There are a plethora of great ideas for unique photography books on kickstarter. However, none are quite as important, or thought provoking as Beauty After Breast Cancer. Big thanks to Marnie Bennett for actually sending me the link to this project, where I’m definitely going to be donating.

The project was created by Katelyn Carey, and is planned to showcase women in different stages of breast cancer treatment, and recovery. To accurately depict their bodies throughout the long journey that they are going to be facing.

This is one of the coolest ideas that I’ve heard of in a while, and you have to check out the kickstarter here. Please donate if you can, everybody! This will help out a lot of women who are going through some of the most traumatic times of their lives.

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