Day: October 12, 2021

The Fashion and Beauty Secrets Entrepreneurs Swear By

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Most of us have our standard routine for how we present ourselves. It’s important for all of us to find our preferred aesthetic as far as clothes, style and hygiene, but we can always learn new things from an ever changing culture of fashion and beauty. Let’s take a look at some secrets and tips from some successful entrepreneurs in the industry.

Less Is More. When it comes to fashion, less is more. Minimal but high quality aesthetics paired with craftsmanship and functionality is the way of the future for all fashion, and especially in the world of sports wear. Minimal and sleek design allows you to layer, accessorize, and dress up or down as you see fit. I swear by having a lot of minimal but sleek options in your wardrobe

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How Olivier Rousteing Made Balmain a Revolutionary Force in Fashion

Olivier Rousteing is sitting in a makeshift greenroom, talking with a group of business founders trying to reimagine the future of France. “There have been so many projects on my waiting list, and now finally we can make them happen,” he says, eyes wide. He is dressed, as usual, in black: black coat, black trousers, and, on his feet, clogs like black lapdogs, covered with faux fur. His fingers are shielded in long golden rings, giving his hands a mechanical fascination: half bling, half armor. When an attendant leads him to the stage wing, he leans against the wall and scrolls through Instagram. Rousteing became creative director of Balmain in 2011, at 25, and since then has consolidated the house’s power by courting the gaze of an extremely online demographic. He’s the chief force driving high Paris fashion from its old cloture, and—with some controversy—through a teeming, buzzy, digitally shaped

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Away Luggage Launches Designer Collab Series: Shop Travel Items Now

Away just launched a new annual design series, and the first collection features Sandy Liang, Tia Adeola and Ji Won Choi.

Now that travel is finally starting back up again, we’re dreaming about *all* the getaways. Celeb-adored luggage brand Away has long been a favorite of frequent jet-setters, thanks to its array of durable yet fashionable suitcases and travel accessories. Now, the stylish brand is trying something new, as Away just revealed their plans for a designer collaboration series.

Every year, the brand will partner up with a new group of designers from different backgrounds and lifestyles, and ask them to transform three classic Away pieces with their own unique twist in order to create limited-edition capsule collections. “We know that now more than ever people are emotionally invested in travel,” Away co-founder and CEO Jen Rubio told Observer. “We hope that this series will introduce Away’s

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What It’s Like To Be A Beauty Influencer Over The Age Of 45

It’s not news to anyone that women have to prove their worth at almost every stage in their lives. While it’s already challenging enough for women to claim their rightful place in professional fields that are saturated with men, the struggle is also there within their own community, especially in the world of beauty influencers.

The value of beauty bloggers and influencers has historically been dictated by a woman’s age, with younger women attracting most of the lucrative work in the field. So what’s it like once those young women grow up and want to continue their life’s work at a more advanced age?

We talked with fabulous beauty bloggers and influencers over the age of 45 who are #proaging, slaying their professional game and influentially educating everyone on what it’s like to age gracefully and naturally. Here’s what they have to say about their journey in the beauty industry.

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