Post Tagged with: "Culture"

From Chanel to Dior – why Paris is still the heart of fashion

From Chanel to Dior – why Paris is still the heart of fashion

When you think of Paris, fashion is always the first word that pops into your head. The City of Culture is known throughout the world for its high number of […]

Is a brazen approach to the sheer trend inappropriate?

Is a brazen approach to the sheer trend inappropriate?

To boob, or not to boob? Well, that’s the question on our minds today, as we dissect a very brave fashionista’s take on one of spring/summer 2013’s biggest trends. Dangerously […]

How do you spend Fashion Month?

How do you spend Fashion Month?

Being a fashion enthusiast doesn’t necessarily make you a fashion insider. Much like the culture vulture who loves to comb through historical findings at museums for the sheer joy; the […]

Should designers have the right to ban celebs from wearing Couture?

Should designers have the right to ban celebs from wearing Couture?

As you may know by now, Dolce and Gabbana hosted its very first Couture show in Sicily this week. But I won’t blame you for not knowing, because Domenico Dolce and […]

The slipper! To wear or not to wear? Now that is the question

The slipper! To wear or not to wear? Now that is the question

While flicking through the Browns website earlier this week, I came across a lovely selection of slippers by Avec Moderation and was quite tempted to snap a pair up. Just […]

H&M Conscious Collection: Can glam be green?

Yesterday saw the launch of the Conscious Collection by Swedish high street retailer, H&M. The eco-friendly collection boasts an Exclusive Conscious collection; red carpet ready pieces crafted from sustainable materials, […]

Lana Del Rey’s Style: Eccentric, experimental or explain, please?

This is not a post to knock down, smash to smithereens, and then build back up a singer, who by many, is held in high regard, but a complimentary offering […]

Does the Rodarte – Aboriginal art fiasco call for cultural inspiration to be policed, or even worse, killed off?

We we’re a little concerned after coming across an interesting tale of cultural and commercial conflict, and the restraint this conflict has tried to introduce into the borrow-and –take world of […]