The Messed Up Truth Of Fashion Mogul Peter Nygard

The Canadian-raised designer was born in Finland in 1941. His parents immigrated to Canada when Nygård was a young boy. He got his start in fashion working as a retail manager and bought into that company before eventually buying and renaming it. He quickly rose in the Canadian fashion world, and through the years continued to expand his business. By 2009 he was ranked one of the richest Canadians, with a net worth estimated at $900 million, via Celebrity Net Worth.

He’s now accused of using his wealth and fashion companies to lure women. By hosting extravagant parties at

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The fashion set adore this under-the-radar dress brand and you will too

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With spring on the horizon, if you are passing the time by searching for some fabulous new dresses then where better to start than with a brand that is both influencer-adored and a best-kept secret at the same time?

Ethical and sustainable brands have been finally given the spotlight they deserve during the pandemic and there is one particular under-the-radar brand that is creating absolutely fabulous dresses that have us dreaming of sunnier days and soirées.

If you are a fan of brands like Zara, & Other Stories and Topshop then the ethical brand Omnes needs

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Mt. Wilson fashion show raises forest fire awareness

Sara Cummings, clad in an arctic-white anorak, baggy forest-green cargo pants and thick-soled white hiking boots, is about to step in front of the camera at the Reese Cooper fashion show and lookbook shoot. This, in and of itself, isn’t noteworthy; this is the third job the L.A.-based model has had since the COVID-19 pandemic began 10 months ago.

On the second Saturday of the new year, the catwalk Cummings is about to step onto is a narrow metal grate curving around the domed exterior of Mt. Wilson Observatory’s 100-inch Hooker telescope, 36 feet in the air above a parking

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TikTok & Fashion Trends: How One App Has Changed The Way We Shop

For the most part, last year began like any other. Most of us celebrated New Year’s Eve with large festivities, dressed in our best outfits to ring in the exciting year ahead. No one could have anticipated that our daily wardrobes would soon turn into a sea of loungewear as we began working from home and spending more time indoors than ever before. Despite the fact that we spent the majority of days in leggings and sweatpants, one could still argue that fashion thrived in more ways than one—and this, we’ve come to accept, is largely due in part

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Why Lebanese Fashion Icon And Music Artist Dana Hourani Is In It For More Than Fame

Dana Hourani has harnessed a following over the past several years that makes her not just any kind of person of influence in the Middle East, but one with a clear vision and purpose that inspires those who look up to her. Last year was a year that Dana gained perspective on what’s real and important to her- her music career and her family.

It was Instagram that was the platform that propelled her to ignite her calling and now she uses fashion and her music to bring

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Fashion goes soft as Fendi turns boots into slippers | Fashion

The first outfit in Fendi’s latest luxury menswear line-up was showcased on Saturday in a music video-style film streamed from a digital-only Milan fashion week. It starred the padded olive silk inner lining of a coat – “the softest part”, said Silvia Fendi – with the smart, structured top layer removed.

“This is therapeutic fashion,” explained Fendi, the men’s and accessories creative director of the brand founded by her grandparents 96 years ago, speaking via Zoom from her Milan studio. “It’s impossible to talk about fashion and not to talk about what’s happening in the world right now. It

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