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Normcore - a fashion or an anti-fashion trend? New! Paid Article

Fashion has always been repetition of ideas and all about reliving and creating new trends. With every New Year, shoppers and retailers are bombarded with the latest items and looks for the season. Designers and fashion forecasters predict the future of fashion and the styles that will reign on and off the runway. Some styles are classic and linger forever while some are ephemeral. Staying trendy requires one to follow and keep track of the season's colours, prints, styles, and looks to stay ...

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Amalgamation of global cultures in fashion Paid Article

Indeed the designers do not need to trot the globe to get inspiration, as the world is at the fingertips with so many smart gizmos around. A tour to the world and finding designs that are allied to a particular ethnicity are much simpler to realise. The recent spring 2014 ramps were full of designs created with the help of striking embellishments, elegant embroidery, Aztec patterns, vivid draping and graphic prints that dance to the tunes of ethnic and culturally diversified beat.

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Unveiling the Spring Summer 2015 trends Paid Article

The four key looks to be coming up and will be calling out the fashion cards are Thrift shop, Artisanal, New age Pop, and Streamline. A closer encounter with these looks will provide an insight into what to expect from Spring Summer fashion in 2015. The thrift shop look is the biggest highlight for the spring 2015.

It is essentially a blend of vintage subdued color palettes and kitschy burst of colors in the form of conversational prints. The fabrics used to present the color riot of ...

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Braiding infinite patterns with Kumihimo Paid Article

Every piece of clothing, every sample of fabric, every strand of yarn is part of textile's creativity, as each step to form the final textile product requires a well sketched plan and out of the box ideas to ensure that it stands to the expectations of consumers. The creativity can involve centuries old arts borrowed from various countries. In the 21st century corporate world, there is intense competition to establish and separate brands from the rest and this can be attained by how well the ...

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Exquisite and unique: Revisiting ikat design Paid Article

Ikat is a popular dyeing technique, which ties the untied threads into a bunch by employing grass or cotton, which is wax treated. Under ikat technique the weaver has to decide where should the dye set in among the loose threads and where the dye should be restrained from setting. It is with the help of this method that the weavers get a suitable pattern when the threads are conclusively woven on a loom. The complication increases when more colours are used to form pattern.

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Trends from yesteryear adorning 2014 Paid Article

Fashion is cyclic and so are trends. Time and again there are styles and looks that are re-invented by designers or return to the runway in their original essence. Hence each year a retro brigade of designs, colors, prints, and patterns hit the stores and become a much embraced trend. In the fashion industry some trends are ludicrous, some become outdated, and some come back with newer ideas.

Twenty fourteen is no different, and have many vintage and retro looks borrowed from the past ...

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