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What Makes High-End Fashion Worth the Cost?

What Makes High-End Fashion Worth the Cost?

High-end fashion gets a bad reputation due to the culture that surrounds it. However, for some people, that culture is what makes high-end fashion worth the cost. Ultimately, it defines the type of person that would purchase a shirt for $300 or a dress for $800. It sounds like a super secretive club that can only be entered if you buy your way in. However, there’s more to high-end fashion than just money and ego.   Do You REALLY Know What Makes High-End Fashion Coveted? A Misunderstood Design and Production Process There are a lot of pretentious people in both…

Shandra Smith : Dynamic, Colourful, Canadian Artist

Shandra Smith : Dynamic, Colourful, Canadian Artist

Shandra Smith admits it’s been a big year. The Canadian artist and designer, know for her bold and graphic style, is seeing her versatile designs selling well in home, hospitality, and fashion industries. She says she feels as though she’s really hitting her stride. To SEE MORE please click the title.

Wrapped Up Good : OSKAR The Label

Wrapped Up Good : OSKAR The Label

One of things I adore about winter dressing is wrapping up in luscious knits. So when I saw the new AW16 collection from OSKAR The Label I knew I had gone to knitwear heaven, with an effortlessly cool after burn. I covered the summer collection from OSKAR The Label, with it’s clean approach to styling, architectural lines, and fresh block colours. It was minimalist and androgynous. The AW16 collection is far more casual and, quite frankly, scrumptious. Think of an open fire, sheepskin rug, bottle of red and runny brie – add OSKAR The Label and you’re winter is set….

Klaylife Chandeliers That Shine A Special Light

Klaylife Chandeliers That Shine A Special Light

You can now furnish your home with unique, custom-made, hand-beaded chandeliers direct from South Africa. Klaylife Chandeliers are different not only because each is hand-made but because their launch is helping a community in need. Klaylife chandeliers are imported by Melbourne-based father-daughter duo Phillip Jones and Kerri Wallace, who migrated to Australia in 1989. Wanting to keep ties with their South African heritage, they found a unique way to give back to a needy community in their former homeland. in 2014 Kerrie came across an Instagram post of clay-beaded chandeliers and fell in love with their stunning rustic beauty. Her…