Posted by Oliver (navabi) on November 29, 2012 | Filed under Events |
Last week Berlin opened its gates to the exquisite Chanel exhibition “Little Black Jacket” – and has thrown the fashion world into an excited spin! With so much hype around the little black jacket we just needed to have a closer look and find out what the fuss is all about.
And the answer is simple. Like life itself the little black jacket is amazingly diverse. Suitable for all occasions and a piece that can rarely be worn wrongly deserves to be celebrated! The little black jacket is design simplicity at its best making it the perfect companion for any and every woman. Pair it with a pretty dress, wear it with jeans, for an evening out or a day in the office, whether summer or winter – the little black jacket is nothing but fitting.
Whether you already have a little black jacket or looking to add one to your wardrobe, here’re a few styling tips to best wear yours.
Posted by Anna (navabi) on August 3, 2012 | Filed under Events |
The fashion fever has caught Vienna! While other cities celebrate their fashion weeks twice a year, the Austrian capital dedicates a whole summer to fashion.
The so called „MuseumsQuartier“ (complex for modern art and culture) and many other institutions of the city organize a lot of exhibitions, events, fashion shows and film programmes about fashion until mid September. Also in August there‘s a lot to experience. We have chosen three events that you should not miss out on this month!
THE HISTORY OF FASHION
Fashionshow with historic costumes Date: Wed, Aug 8, 7 pm
Posted by Oliver (navabi) on March 8, 2012 | Filed under Events |
A short excursion into history…
… the International Women’s Day came to live in March of 1911, initiated by the German Clara Zetkin. To celebrate this revolutionary day, millions of women gathered in Denmark, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and in the U.S.
People called for the right to vote and employment protection for women, but most importantly for gender equality at work – equal wage for men and women for work of equal value!
During the Third Reich, the International Women’s Day was prohibited by law, but experienced a revival after the Second World War. It became an extremely important platform for women’s movement: topics such as the rights of female foreigners, the discrimination of the non-heterosexual way of life, and the better safeguarding of women’s rights in the course of European convergence – all this is still important today.
Posted by Oliver (navabi) on February 17, 2012 | Filed under Events |
Last week the Curves on the Catwalk runway show took place. Dutch Fashion stylist and blogger Edith Dohmen from stylehasnosize and Daphne Ooms from John Ooms Agenturen have put together the inbetweenies and plus size runway show to present the latest Winter 2013 collections of Anna Scholz, Carmakoma, Salli Sahne, DNY, Maxima and many more to all aboard buyers and bloggers!