Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Latest Men’s jeans Trends - Jeans Trends for Men 2011

Some people consider that men’s jeans are the simplest and boring article of clothes, which advantage is expressed in good combination absolutely with all clothes and suiting for all styles. But this opinion is wrong. Jeans are fashionable and popular clothes which are weared by practically all men, regardless of age and social status.
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The manifold models, from the classic lines of five-hoopers to a bit bell-bottomed and narrowed, will be presented in autumn and winter 2010/2011 in collections of jeans for men.

All well-known brands as Levi’s, Wrangler, Lee, Diesel, Nudie and many other designed the collections of jeans for an autumn and winter 2010 and 2011 by best traditions. The Nudie jeans brand has already represented the fall/winter collection of 2010-2011 year. The jeans line includes seven different models and five new colorations. The materials of jeans are modified from plain sateen to coarse threadbare tissues.

Jeans Trends for Men 2011

Narrowed men’s jeans are one of variation of men’s jeans, which distinction is expressed in outlining feet and thighs. A lot of men do not decide to wear narrowed men’s jeans, because consider them too eccentric, unsuitable for a serious young man which sticks to traditional style in clothes. Narrowed men’s jeans suit for young people with a good, beefy figure.

Bell-bottomed jeans remain always actual. They are loose and it makes them comfortable. Men’s bell-bottomed jeans make any man stylish and attractive. Such jeans sit well on young men with a slender figure, his appearance becomes more sexual. The men of middle age which are dressed in such jeans look younger.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Fashion Trends 2011 - Fall/Winter Fashion Trends 2011

Fashion Trends 2011 - Fall/Winter Fashion Trends 2011
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Androgynous women seem to be the inspiration for fashion designers for fall/winter 2010-2011. So, don't throw away your famous trench coat or the military jacket as they are going to last the next season too. Black office outfits, boyfriend blazers, belts and dark colors are the main elements that can be found in the collections presented on the fashion runways. Still, a touch of femininity and simplicity can be seen in combination with these masculine items.

Even if it's too early to talk about the fall/winter 2010-2011 fashion trends, here are a few of the main trends to take into consideration for the next season.

Military trend
One trend that was extremely popular during the last few seasons comes back for fall/autumn 2010-2011, the military trend. Still, this one is different from what we were used to in the other seasons. Trench coats and military jackets that seem to come straight from the Russian army could be seen in the Max Mara collection. Also, kasatchok pants, boots at knee level and wide belts were included in the Max Mara runway show. The classic Burberry look was replaced by a more grunge one for fall/winter season. Thigh-high boots, coats and military jackets in surprising colors such as electric blue and green.

Female dandy
The female dandy is still in fashion this fall with an interesting interpretation by Dolce&Gabbana with skirts and big bows, while Salvatore Ferragamo brings a subtle note of masculinity to his collection with wide belts and oversized blazer.

The Gucci collection is a combination of minimalism and sophisticated elements such as lace, feathers and spangles. Simple and symmetrical lines, classic deux-piece combinations ideal for an office look. A sophisticated minimalism was present in the Stella McCartney collection with tailored suits and jackets and short, layered evening dresses. Phoebe Philo from Céline used simple tailoring and minimalism to emphasize the luxury of the fabrics.

Opposed to the military style you can see many feminine pieces for the cold season. Light fur-coats, skirts that narrow down to knees, pleated dresses and lacy blouses were present in the Burberry collection. Also, the Versace collection for fall 2010 can be described as elegant, sophisticated and glamorous with short-and-tight dresses as well as long gowns with high splits. Femininity and luxury were the key words of the Christian Dior collection for fall/winter 2010-2011. Airy fabrics, sheer materials with chic fur and leather details. Over the knee boots remain a trend for fall/winter 2010-2011.


Fur seems to be the main element of fall/winter season. In the Dolce & Gabbana collection one could not miss the furry boots. The theme of Chanel collection was global warming and its effect upon our lives. Karl Lagerfeld creates complete fur outfits. The fur was used not only for coats and jackets like we saw in the Michael Kors, Lanvin and Vivienne Westwood collections, but even for shoes, handbags and even trousers. At Kenzo you can see shopping bags and body warmers covered in fur. Most fashion designers used synthetic fur, like Chanel, to create their collections.

Leather could be seen at Hermès, DNKY, Diesel Black, DSquared2, Bottega Veneta, Dior, Céline, Balmain. Trench coats, leather trousers, leather jackets or even a whole leather-look made leather one of the key elements for the next season.

Lace will be a famous item for fall-winter. Dolce & Gabbana add femininity to their collection by completing the office look with lace and other boudoir fabrics
, while Givenchy presented lace tops and Paul& Joe created a lace strapless dress.

Red will definitely be the main color for fall/winter as it appears in almost every collection. Intense red for elegant and extremely feminine items at Carolina Herrera, combinations of red, yellow and green at Lacoste, red and green army at Marc Jacobs or burgundy red for Nanette Lepore.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Latest Beauty Cosmetic products Guide 2010

Make-up has come a long way since its origin. Cosmetics that are widely known today were not so common yesterday. Similarly, the products we use today may not be here tomorrow. Today it is all about style that is healthy and economical. Staying healthy is the major concern therefore people are now increasingly relying on mineral makeup. If basic cosmetics are organic in nature, such as mineral foundation, you can save yourself from a lot of harm causing chemicals.

The modern cosmetics available in the market today have many stories and myths associated with them. Most of them are totally false, but still believed to be true. A few of them are listed below:

• Cosmeceutical are better than other cosmetic companies: A general perception about this may be that the word cosmeceutical would be a combination of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals so it has to be better for the skin. However, this may not be true. More pharmaceuticals may also mean more chemicals and eventually, more harm to your skin. Likewise, according to FDA, there is no such thing as “cosmeceutical”. It is just a marketing term used to attract the audience. Watch out!

• Everything that is recommended by dermatologists has to work: This may be another marketing term to attract the target audience. Not every product that lists ‘dermatologists tested’ may actually be tested by dermatologists. In fact, very little number of such products is in reality tested by the dermatologists themselves.

• Natural products are undoubtedly the best products: Although this may be surprising to a lot of people, but not all natural ingredients in cosmetics might be good for your skin. There are a lot of natural products which may generate some kind of itching on your skin. Moreover, just because a product lists that it is natural does not mean that it has to be natural.

• All allergic symptoms might be cured from hypoallergenic products: The reasoning to prove this myth wrong is just common sense. How can be your skin type and allergies be similar to the other people? You might have some common allergies but not all might be common. Similarly, what may suit anyone else might not suit you. Just because a product is hypoallergenic, it does not mean it will cure all your allergies. Keep in mind that different allergies will be cured by different products.

• Mineral oil is not good for skin: This myth may be commonly observed among people because they might believe mineral oil is derived from crude oil and it will smother the skin as it will create an oil layer on your skin. This is completely wrong! There are no safer cosmetics other than these organic products. They do keep the air away from the skin but that is a general behavior of any antioxidant product. The skin does not suffocate at all! Similarly, such products are also very good healers as they are made up of organic ingredients therefore; no other cosmetics are safer than these cosmetics.
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