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Leather - Luxurious leather has been fashionably used for centuries. Because leather breathes, is water resistant, travels well and lasts for years, it has become a popular material in the fashion industry. Several different types of skins are popular to use in fashion, including: calfskin, pigskin, buckskin, kidskin, lambskin and alligator skin. There are also different processes uses to finish the skins and make the suitable to use in fashion, such as: patent leather, suede, nubuck, top grain and full grain. Today there are limitless leather apparel and accessory options. Leather is versatile, practical, prestigious and both sexes look great wearing it. Also, leather comes in many colors and textures, so it always has a trendy, exciting appearance. Popular leather fashions include bomber jackets, blazers, trench coats, jeans, trousers, jeans and skirts of all lengths. Styles range from classic and traditional to funky and high-fashion, depending on your preference. Accessories made from leather stand the test of time and look fashionable anywhere you go. Gloves, shoes, hats, belts, boots and handbags made from leather are not only attractive, but a solid investment because of their durability. The wide array of styles and colors available match or enhance any ensemble.
Mayon Gown (Catriona Gray wore a red, high-slit dress made by Filipino fashion designer Mak Tumang during the evening gown competition in Miss Universe 2018, which she won. The dress was called Mayon gown or Mayon Volcano gown as its design was inspired by Albay's Mayon Volcano, and later the dress became popularly known as the "lava gown" owing to its distinct fiery red to dark red color. It is one of the two well-known dresses Gray wore in the pageant, and it is credited for making Tumang a household name.
Neckline - The neckline is the top edge of a garment that surrounds the neck, especially from the front view. Neckline also refers to the overall line between all the layers of clothing and the neck and shoulders of a person, ignoring the unseen undergarments. For each garment worn above the waist, the neckline is primarily a style line and may be a boundary for further shaping of the upper edge of a garment with, for example, a collar, cowl, darts, or pleats. In that respect it is similar to the waistline and hemline.
With a back flap.......................
You can even be an animal...........................
Pajamas (US) or pyjamas (Commonwealth) - Sometimes shortened to PJs, jammies, or jim-jams, are several related types of clothing originating from South Asia. Adopted in the Western world, pajamas are soft, warm, and traditionally loose garments derived from the Indian and Persian bottom-wear, the pyjamas. Traditional pajamas consist of a shirt-and-trousers combination made of soft fabric, such as flannel or lightweight cotton. The shirt element usually has a placket front and sleeves with no cuffs. Pajamas are usually worn as nightwear with bare feet and without underwear. They are often worn for comfort by people in their homes, especially by children, especially on the weekend. Contemporary pajamas are derived from traditional pajamas. There are many variations in style such as short sleeve pajamas, pajama bottoms of varying length, and pajamas incorporating various non-traditional materials. Often, people of both sexes opt to sleep or lounge in just pajama pants, usually with a t-shirt. For this reason, pajama pants are often sold as separates. Stretch-knit sleep apparel with rib-knit trimmings are common, mostly with young children.
Pernia Qureshi (is an Indian stylist, fashion entrepreneur and classical dancer. Pernia Qureshi Label was launched in 2012, and it currently has four clothing labels that appeal to various kinds of women)
Ralph Lauren - is an American fashion designer, philanthropist, and billionaire businessman, best known for the Ralph Lauren Corporation, a global multibillion-dollar enterprise. The Ralph Lauren Corporation started in 1967 with men's ties. At 28 years old, Lauren worked for the tie manufacturer Beau Brummell, where he convinced the company's president to let him start his own line. Drawing on his interests in sports, Lauren named his first full line of menswear 'Polo' in 1968. He worked out of a single "drawer" from a showroom in the Empire State Building and made deliveries to stores himself. By 1969, the Manhattan department store Bloomingdale's sold Lauren's men line exclusively. Lauren stepped down as CEO of the company in September 2015 but remains executive chairman and chief creative officer. As of 2019, Forbes estimates his wealth at $6.3 billion, which makes Ralph Lauren the 102nd richest person in America.
Supermodel (also spelled super-model or super model, is a highly paid fashion model who usually has a worldwide reputation and often a background in haute couture and commercial modeling. The term supermodel became prominent in the popular culture of the 1990s. Supermodels usually work for prominent fashion designers and clothing brands. They may have multimillion-dollar contracts, endorsements, and campaigns. Supermodels have branded themselves as household names and worldwide recognition is associated with their modeling careers. They have been on the covers of leading fashion magazines. Claudia Schiffer stated in 2007 that, "In order to become a supermodel one must be on all the covers all over the world at the same time so that people can recognize the girls.")
The 80s and 90s..................
For the Versace Spring/Summer 2018 runway show at Milan Fashion Week, the brand brought out "The Big Five" OG supermodels. Twenty years after the death of Gianni Versace, Donatella reunited models Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, Carla Bruni, and Helena Christensen on the runway. They wore floor length gold gowns, and reenacted the finale of Gianni Versace's FW 92 show from 1991. Cindy later tweeted, "I can't even describe the feelings I had today. Thank you Donatella for allowing us to pay tribute to Gianni and @Versace. Such a moment!"
By 1990, George Michael had become weary of the pressures of fame, telling the Los Angeles Times, "At some point in your career, the situation between yourself and the camera reverses. For a certain number of years, you court it and you need it, but ultimately, it needs you more and it's a bit like a relationship. The minute that happens, it turns you off ... and it does feel like it is taking something from you." Accordingly, he decided not to appear in photo shoots and music videos, saying, "I would like to never step in front of a camera again." Although he later relented and decided to film a video for his new song, he still refused to appear in it. Instead, inspired by Peter Lindbergh's now-iconic portrait of Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington, and Cindy Crawford for the January 1990 cover of the British edition of Vogue, Michael asked the five models to appear in the video. While models appearing in music videos was then commonplace, usually such models played the singer's love interest, as with Christie Brinkley's appearance in her future husband Billy Joel's "Uptown Girl" video, or Turlington's appearance in Duran Duran's "Notorious" video. For "Freedom! '90", the five models, rather than portraying his on-screen girlfriends, would lip sync the song in his place. The video also included male models John Pearson, Scott Benoit, Peter Formby, Todo Segalla, and fashion photographer Mario Sorrenti..................
Tie Rack was a British-based tie retailer that sold scarves, cufflinks, and many other items of clothing. The stores were often small due to the nature of the product, and as such, were found in airports, railway stations, and shopping centres across the world. Tie Rack was founded in August 1981 by Roy Bishko. The first store opened in London at 91 Oxford Street; it was converted from a heel bar owned by Bishko from which he had trialled selling ties.
The first airport store opened at Glasgow Airport in 1984 and there was a flagship store at 295 Oxford Street opposite John Lewis. At one time, there were over 330 stores in 24 countries. After a phase of consolidation, Tie Rack started to expand again in 2008/09. In July 2009 they had about 260 shops in 26 countries, and about 190 shops in at least 14 countries of the EU, with more than 1,500 employees.