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7 Hot Designers To Watch out For in Madrid, Spain

Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid will kick off the international fashion showcalendar next month, starting on February 1st and running through the 5th. This will be the first fashion week in Madrid since Mercedes-Benz signed on to sponsor the event.

Amaya Arzuaga is one of Spain’s best known designers. She launched her first collection in 1995, two years after graduating, Madrid’s Polytechnic University. Now she has a bridal and couture atelier (both in Madrid), as well as a solid presence in markets in Spain, England, the United States, Japan, Belgium, France, Italy, Hong Kong and Australia. Arzuaga’s trademark fondness for miniskirts and strong shoulders is sure to show up at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid.- – take a look at 6 more Hot designers

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7 Hot Fashion Designers To Watch out For in Madrid, Spain

Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid will kick off the international fashion show calendar next month, starting on February 1st and running through the 5th. This will be the first fashion week in Madrid since Mercedes-Benz signed on to sponsor the event.

Amaya Arzuaga is one of Spain’s best known designers. She launched her first collection in 1995, two years after graduating, Madrid’s Polytechnic University. Now she has a bridal and couture atelier (both in Madrid), as well as a solid presence in markets in Spain, England, the United States, Japan, Belgium, France, Italy, Hong Kong and Australia. Arzuaga’s trademark fondness for miniskirts and strong shoulders is sure to show up at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid.- – take a look at 6 more Hot designers


Stella McCartney shows Autumn 2012 in New York City

At an intimate presentation, cocktail party followed by her new store opening, Stella McCartney began 2012 as she means to go on.

Stella McCartney launches Pre-Fall 2012 and opens new Soho storeStella McCartney’s in between seasons presentations are always something to look forward to. Her autumn 2012 collection was held in New York, at One If By Land, Two If By Sea, a restaurant often voted the most romantic in the city. Models wandered around the candlelit cocktail party drinking champagne and playing pool and backgammon. The roaring fires, huge bouquets of flowers, photography books and a jazz band playing in the corner, meant McCartney’s presentation felt more like a convivial house party, not a stress inducing rushed runway show. There were vegan hors d’oeuvres. McCartney’s autumn accessories collection – also vegan – were on display in a room overlooking a winter garden. – – read more


Halston Documentary, ‘But This Time It’ll Be Good’

Story written By @ Stylecaster.com

We've been gearing up for this holiday for a while it seems and now that it's just around the corner, we can almost smell mom's home-cooked dinner and feel the warmth of our fuzzy flannels. With that in mind, we made a solid list of movies we plan on enjoying for solid hours (let's be honest – days) that we haven't had a chance to watch just yet.  In our quest to ensure we have an ample veg-out sesh, we stumbled upon several movies that have yet to be released (Batman anyone?!) but one got us super excited: Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston. No, this isn't about a 90's nightclub -- we have Limelight for that - this documentary focuses on the life, tragedy, and talent of the man behind Halston.  Finally! Film-maker Whitney Sudler-Smith interviews Halston's muses, friends, and clients in this film that depicts the designer's career starting as a hat maker at Bergdorf Goodman, through the glitter-speckled nights at Studio 54 and ultimately, selling his namesake to the likes of JC Penney, decades before any other brand caught onto the diffusion line trend.We’ve been gearing up for this holiday for a while it seems and now that it’s just around the corner, we can almost smell mom’s home-cooked dinner and feel the warmth of our fuzzy flannels. With that in mind, we made a solid list of movies we plan on enjoying for solid hours (let’s be honest – days) that we haven’t had a chance to watch just yet. In our quest to ensure we have an ample veg-out sesh, we stumbled upon several movies that have yet to be released (Batman anyone?!) but one got us super excited: Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston. No, this isn’t about a 90′s nightclub — we have Limelight for that – this documentary focuses on the life, tragedy, and talent of the man behind Halston. Finally! Film-maker Whitney Sudler-Smith interviews Halston’s muses, friends, and clients in this film that depicts the designer’s career starting as a hat maker at Bergdorf Goodman, through the glitter-speckled nights at Studio 54 and ultimately, selling his namesake to the likes of JC Penney, decades before any other brand caught onto the diffusion line trend. – – more


Halston Documentary, ‘But This Time It’ll Be Good’

Story written By @ Stylecaster.com

We've been gearing up for this holiday for a while it seems and now that it's just around the corner, we can almost smell mom's home-cooked dinner and feel the warmth of our fuzzy flannels. With that in mind, we made a solid list of movies we plan on enjoying for solid hours (let's be honest – days) that we haven't had a chance to watch just yet.  In our quest to ensure we have an ample veg-out sesh, we stumbled upon several movies that have yet to be released (Batman anyone?!) but one got us super excited: Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston. No, this isn't about a 90's nightclub -- we have Limelight for that - this documentary focuses on the life, tragedy, and talent of the man behind Halston.  Finally! Film-maker Whitney Sudler-Smith interviews Halston's muses, friends, and clients in this film that depicts the designer's career starting as a hat maker at Bergdorf Goodman, through the glitter-speckled nights at Studio 54 and ultimately, selling his namesake to the likes of JC Penney, decades before any other brand caught onto the diffusion line trend.We’ve been gearing up for this holiday for a while it seems and now that it’s just around the corner, we can almost smell mom’s home-cooked dinner and feel the warmth of our fuzzy flannels. With that in mind, we made a solid list of movies we plan on enjoying for solid hours (let’s be honest – days) that we haven’t had a chance to watch just yet. In our quest to ensure we have an ample veg-out sesh, we stumbled upon several movies that have yet to be released (Batman anyone?!) but one got us super excited: Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston. No, this isn’t about a 90’s nightclub — we have Limelight for that – this documentary focuses on the life, tragedy, and talent of the man behind Halston. Finally! Film-maker Whitney Sudler-Smith interviews Halston’s muses, friends, and clients in this film that depicts the designer’s career starting as a hat maker at Bergdorf Goodman, through the glitter-speckled nights at Studio 54 and ultimately, selling his namesake to the likes of JC Penney, decades before any other brand caught onto the diffusion line trend. – – more

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Halston Documentary, 'But This Time It'll Be Good'

Story written By @ Stylecaster.com

We've been gearing up for this holiday for a while it seems and now that it's just around the corner, we can almost smell mom's home-cooked dinner and feel the warmth of our fuzzy flannels. With that in mind, we made a solid list of movies we plan on enjoying for solid hours (let's be honest – days) that we haven't had a chance to watch just yet.  In our quest to ensure we have an ample veg-out sesh, we stumbled upon several movies that have yet to be released (Batman anyone?!) but one got us super excited: Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston. No, this isn't about a 90's nightclub -- we have Limelight for that - this documentary focuses on the life, tragedy, and talent of the man behind Halston.  Finally! Film-maker Whitney Sudler-Smith interviews Halston's muses, friends, and clients in this film that depicts the designer's career starting as a hat maker at Bergdorf Goodman, through the glitter-speckled nights at Studio 54 and ultimately, selling his namesake to the likes of JC Penney, decades before any other brand caught onto the diffusion line trend.We’ve been gearing up for this holiday for a while it seems and now that it’s just around the corner, we can almost smell mom’s home-cooked dinner and feel the warmth of our fuzzy flannels. With that in mind, we made a solid list of movies we plan on enjoying for solid hours (let’s be honest – days) that we haven’t had a chance to watch just yet. In our quest to ensure we have an ample veg-out sesh, we stumbled upon several movies that have yet to be released (Batman anyone?!) but one got us super excited: Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston. No, this isn’t about a 90’s nightclub — we have Limelight for that – this documentary focuses on the life, tragedy, and talent of the man behind Halston. Finally! Film-maker Whitney Sudler-Smith interviews Halston’s muses, friends, and clients in this film that depicts the designer’s career starting as a hat maker at Bergdorf Goodman, through the glitter-speckled nights at Studio 54 and ultimately, selling his namesake to the likes of JC Penney, decades before any other brand caught onto the diffusion line trend. – – more

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NYC Jobs in Fashion ‘Trade Show’ Pointers

When interning for a designer or showroom, it is very likely that you will come across the opportunity to work a trade show. Major shows such as the ENK shows (Intermezzo, Coterie, Sole Commerce) are well known and can exhibit up to 5,000 vendors! These shows usually take place at the Javitz Center. Vendors come to showcase their products for the upcoming season. You can imagine how many clothes (and people!) you can expect to be surrounded by. Basically, trade shows give vendors an opportunity to display their collections so that buyers can place orders for their businesses. Warning: trade shows start early. Buyers start pouring in at nine am, so being there by eight to help set up the booth is crucial. If you don’t have a lot of sales experience, working a trade show might seem a little overwhelming. You will be interacting with many buyers. It’s important to note that trade shows are all about presentation. Buyers are more likely to place an order if the clothing and booth are arranged in a way that is visually appealing. Remember, every buyer is different- so try to be as accommodating as possible. Buyers will ask for details about the products- wholesale price, delivery date, and the minimum number of pieces per order (2 smalls, 2 mediums, 2 larges for example). Have this information mentally ready beforehand so that the order process runs smoothly.....read More  ©May 2011 Stylecaster Article By Jennifer KangWhen interning for a designer or showroom, it is very likely that you will come across the opportunity to work a trade show. Major shows such as the ENK shows (Intermezzo, Coterie, Sole Commerce) are well known and can exhibit up to 5,000 vendors! These shows usually take place at the Javitz Center. Vendors come to showcase their products for the upcoming season. You can imagine how many clothes (and people!) you can expect to be surrounded by. Basically, trade shows give vendors an opportunity to display their collections so that buyers can place orders for their businesses. Warning: trade shows start early. Buyers start pouring in at nine am, so being there by eight to help set up the booth is crucial. If you don’t have a lot of sales experience, working a trade show might seem a little overwhelming. You will be interacting with many buyers. It’s important to note that trade shows are all about presentation. Buyers are more likely to place an order if the clothing and booth are arranged in a way that is visually appealing. Remember, every buyer is different- so try to be as accommodating as possible. Buyers will ask for details about the products- wholesale price, delivery date, and the minimum number of pieces per order (2 smalls, 2 mediums, 2 larges for example). Have this information mentally ready beforehand so that the order process runs smoothly…..read More

©May 2011 Stylecaster Article By Jennifer Kang


$38.5 billion in cuts? Yeah, right [Left].

“…does that include a cut in Salary for the President, the Senate & the House accompanied by every State, County and every  City Official? !…….NOT really.”

House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) had spent more than an hour meeting with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office, inching toward a deal to avert a shutdown, but he kept insisting that it include a prohibition against federal funding for Planned Parenthood.  That was a nonstarter for Obama. As the meeting was breaking up, Vice President Joe Biden told the speaker, in no uncertain terms, that his demand was unacceptable. If that became the deal breaker, Biden said, he would “take it to the American people,” who would presumably punish the GOP for shutting down the government over an ideological issue.  “They were faced with a choice — they would either have to give in or shut down the government,” said a senior administration official, describing how the negotiations went from there.

But Grandma might have to try crawling on her belly since She may not be able to get that wheelchair she needs to get around the house. Or maybe fore go that portable ‘respirator’ that’s been helping her breath. And. If she’s on Dialysis, well, she might just have to increase her vegetable intake in hopes of recovering her ‘Kidney’.  That’s providing she can afford the escalating price of groceries. Then there are the Little Kiddies. They just  might just have to rely on City College instead of a Private University they are overqualified to attend anyway, cause they are ‘so well schooled’ . But. They can always work a full or part time job (if they can find one) in order to supplement the Cost of Tuition. Plus, we will No Longer have to worry about Supplementing the Arts cause the government will just eliminate that ‘all together’. And then there’s Public Radio, TV and Press.  Oh please!  Plus get rid of ALL the ARTS, that Museum nonsense that American‘s engage in too much anyway. There it is.With a firm reduction of funding for HEALTH, EDUCATION, ARTS, HOUSING, RETIREMENT BENEFITS, PUBLIC SAFETY, FOOD, DRUG and SCIENTIFIC Research, we as Americans, will be able to afford, Living and Enjoying the Great American Dream. Yippiiiiiie!

House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) had spent more than an hour meeting with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office, inching toward a deal to avert a shutdown, but he kept insisting that it include a prohibition against federal funding for Planned Parenthood.  That was a nonstarter for Obama. As the meeting was breaking up, Vice President Joe Biden told the speaker, in no uncertain terms, that his demand was unacceptable. If that became the deal breaker, Biden said, he would “take it to the American people,” who would presumably punish the GOP for shutting down the government over an ideological issue.  “They were faced with a choice — they would either have to give in or shut down the government,” said a senior administration official, describing how the negotiations went from there.House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) had spent more than an hour meeting with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office, inching toward a deal to avert a shutdown, but he kept insisting that it include a prohibition against federal funding for Planned Parenthood.  That was a nonstarter for Obama. As the meeting was breaking up, Vice President Joe Biden told the speaker, in no uncertain terms, that his demand was unacceptable. If that became the deal breaker, Biden said, he would “take it to the American people,” who would presumably punish the GOP for shutting down the government over an ideological issue.  “They were faced with a choice — they would either have to give in or shut down the government,” said a senior administration official, describing how the negotiations went from there.