Fashion provides millions of jobs and boosts other industries from IT to tourism. New taskforces and job requirements continuously emerge in a professional world increasingly driven by social media. Tech giants like Amazon, Apple, Google and Yahoo are capitalizing on the digital zeitgeist by bringing to life street trends and runway looks people are musing about online. Whoever can get the right word out the fastest, gets to cash in on it. The price is real and the race is on.
"Lesbians would want to be rather butch and leisurely."
For fall 2015, Hervé Léger by Max Azria showcased a striking collection filled with luxurious couture techniques such as rich, textured jacquards, stud weavings, tridimensional glass beading, metallic hand studding, and leather appliqué that enriched each look's surface.
I love trends. I love trends so much that my 19-year-old and I started a blog about how to wear the latest trends on two generations.
Dr. Quinn kind of blew us away.
But if you're anything like us, you wouldn't mind errr... wading into this trend. Bar III Front Row Dress ($22.29, macys.com
Fashion Icon Award WINNER: Joseph Altuzarra Swarovski Award for Accessory Design Providing some color to the sea of neutrals
I heard more rumblings about think tanks than anyone commenting on a pop color or wearing a ridiculously tall shoe. Party hopping in D.C. has a certain high school feel but in the best way... and unlike fashion circles, everyone was positive and less catty.
The Spring 2012 collection was, as co-designer Lubov Azria has expressed, totally equestrian themed, with outfits featuring
Though Max Azria is the name that has long been associated with BCBG Max Azria and Herve Leger, credit must be given to his wife, Lubov, as well, the chief creative officer of the BCBG Max Azria Group -- the woman who gives the collections their feminine touch.