Fashion

Dragon Ball’s Bulma Deserves to Be a High Fashion Icon

Dragon Ball’s official site has shared fashion tips based on the outfits Bulma has worn in the series; these three tips will elevate fans’ wardrobes.

When it comes to fashion in comics, Dragon Ball may not be fans’ first inspiration source, but Bulma has some words to say about that—considering she’s a fashion icon. The official Dragon Ball site has shared fashion tips based on her outfits over the years. So, she’s a popular cosplay choice for a reason.

Bulma is one of the oldest supporting characters in the Dragon Ball franchise, having appeared in the first chapter in 1984. Since then, she has grown significantly from a young lady to a wife and mother. She has numerous talents that she exhibits in her work with Capsule Corps, but Bulma also has some great outfits and style (and no, this does not include her ever-popular bunny costume).

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Great Outfits in Fashion History, All Star Edition: Dakota Johnson

She’s rarely made a red carpet appearance that hasn’t immediately sent the fashion world into a tizzy — ourselves at Fashionista included.

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History: All-Star Edition‘ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks from the stylish stars who make regular appearances on best-dressed lists.

There has rarely been a red carpet appearance from Dakota Johnson that hasn’t immediately sent the fashion world into a tizzy, ourselves at Fashionista included. Sure, it really helps that she works with top stylist Kate Young on all her best-dressed-making looks, but she also possesses a level of self-assuredness that means she can pull off any style, running the gamut from a casual denim situation all the way to a

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12th annual Men of the Desert fashion show benefits Animal Samaritans

Nearly 500 animal lovers donated between $200 and $250 to attend Animal Samaritan’s 12th annual Men of the Desert fashion show. All funds raised benefited the organization’s life-saving rescue program.

The Wise Giving Alliance of the Better Business Bureau recommends that nonprofits spend no more than 35 cents on the dollar of its budget on administration and fundraising. Animal Samaritans spends only 10 cents on the dollar, which means the remaining 90 cents goes directly to support its mission and its services.

Animal Samaritans’ board member and News Channel 3’s Patrick Evans opened the event by acknowledging not only the board members in attendance, but also the volunteers and staff who made the program so successful.

Animal Samaritans' Tom Snyder addresses the crowd.

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Following words by co-chairs Lori Serfling and Patrick Mundt, Animal Samaritans’ CEO Tom Snyder ascended the stage and shared that Animal Samaritans had rescued more than 14,000 animals and found

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Glamour night for Bosnia migrants presenting fashion brand

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — For an evening, some migrants in Bosnia were able to escape the hardship of their everyday lives for the glamour of fashion world.






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A fashion show featuring migrant models was held on Thursday evening in Bosnia’s capital, Sarajevo, presenting a brand created by migrants from reception centers in the Balkan country and a Bosnian designer.

The event held at the Sarajevo City Hall was also meant to mark International Migration Day this weekend, and promote integration of people who were forced to flee their homes to escape war, violence or poverty.

“It is really important to recognize that migrants have contributed so much to the world, and there are so many different paths of migration,” said Ingrid Macdonald, the U.N. resident coordinator in Bosnia.

Macdonald hailed “those incredible people who have come here and are contributing to Bosnia-Herzegovina.”

Dubbed “No

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