Selasa, 23 April 2019

BEAUTY NEWS

By Guest Contributor

Sensitive Lash Adhesive Glue
by Stacy Lash

Photo courtesy of Stacy Lash



The success of eyelash extensions depends on first-rate materials. This is the only way to reduce the risk of negative effects on the eyes. Stacy Lash has developed an adhesive glue for clients with sensitive eyes. Its advanced formula is non-irritating and low-allergenic. The following article will give you ideas on how to select the proper lash adhesive glue for sensitive eyes. 


Criteria for Choosing Adhesive Glue 

First of all, you should always choose non-toxic adhesive glue. You never know whether your clients are allergic to a certain ingredient. First-generation adhesives were made of resin polymer. The presence of allergens within the glue led to redness and rash on the eyelids. Modern extension glue contains cyanoacrylate instead of formaldehyde, so it is safe to use.

Second, the glue should be discreet and colorless. You should choose black glue for black eyelashes and transparent glue for colored ones.

The last criterium is resilience. It is impossible to avoid the impact of solar radiation and moisture on lashes. Using high-quality adhesive makes eyelash extensions last for at least 2 weeks, and much longer if you use materials from the same manufacturer.


Tips on Buying a High-Quality Glue

If you want to be sure that the glue won’t harm your clients, follow these recommendations:

Check the expiry date, information about the manufacturer and instructions;
Buy from reliable stores with a good reputation;
Check the integrity of the package;

Read the list of ingredients carefully: the chosen glue should exclude toxic substances that have a strong odor and strong fumes. When these chemicals come in contact with mucous membranes, the eyes can get burned.


Overview of Stacy Lash Adhesive Glues

The Stacy Lash company has successfully launched a product line specially produced for caring eyelash extension. The leading brand on the makeup market offers a wide selection of products for eyelash extension: mink eyelashes, various types of glues, shampoo for lashes, gel removers, and other treatments.

All products are manufactured using modern technologies. The eyelashes have extended wear time and durability. The glue itself is non-irritating and does not cause discomfort. Stacy Lash products are waterproof and oil-resistant and have a fast drying period.


Key benefits:

Affordable price;
Non-toxic components;
Formaldehyde-free;
Ideal for sensitive eyes;
Waterproof;
Prolonged wear time and durability;
Quick drying time.


The Bottom Line

When choosing sensitive lash adhesive glue at stacylash.com, we advise taking into account all the physical characteristics of your client, as well as the approximate wear time. Poor quality of ingredients can cause eyelid irritation and mucosal discomfort, so do not risk your client’s health. Using high-quality products will become the key to your confidence and build a good reputation among your loyal and new clients.


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Selasa, 16 April 2019

STYLISH DESTINATIONS - GUADALAJARA

By Eva Fydrych


Time to Relax

Frida Kahlo / Painting class with Héctor Galeano at COWO City / Colonia Moderna



We are currently in Guadalajara, Jalisco, and will be back with regular fashion news soon. Please follow our Instagram stories for the latest news & updates and don't forget to read more about our stay at the stunning Quinta Don Jose Boutique Hotel in Tlaquepaque.


And in the meantime, have a look at the latest work of Héctor Galeano, Mexican painter based in Guadalajara. If you would like to book a painting / drawing class with Héctor, you can do it by visiting COWO City website or by sending an email here. Highly recommended!



"Natalia" Oleo - Acrylico/Tela (40 x 50cm) (19.68 x 15.78 in). 2019 © Artist: Héctor Galeano



More about local fashion & art scene coming soon!


Selasa, 09 April 2019

SAVE THE DATE - TORONTO

By Eva Fydrych

INLAND 
Canada's leading fashion event

HereAndHere, Alan Anderson, Devlynvanloon, Andrew Coimbra, AZURE, Prysm, L.L.Y. Atelier, GAMENT Designs (Photos courtesy of Inland)



70 Canadian brands to present their locally designed apparel and accessories on May 3 + 4 in Toronto


Toronto, ON – Canada’s largest fashion shopping event INLAND returns this spring to celebrate their 10th showcase and sale on Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4, 2019. Returning to Toronto’s QRC West at 134 Peter Street, INLAND connects shoppers and industry directly with over 70 of Canada’s must-have emerging fashion and accessory brands from and across the country.

"INLAND has always been about challenging the mainstream fashion system by exploring new ways of creating, showcasing and connecting with fashion," says founder Sarah Power who was recently featured in The Globe & Mail, "The goal is to make it easier to buy better. Since the first INLAND five years ago, the pop-up concept has exploded. Creative communities and small businesses are leading the way toward a more diverse, meaningful, and exciting era of fashion and design. It has been really incredible to take part in that movement. The 10th INLAND is a celebration of this evolution, a recognition of how both consumers and industry are becoming more inclusive, conscious and future-focused."



Alan Anderson (Photo courtesy of INLAND)



The ultimate destination to fill your wardrobe with the best independent labels, INLAND is dedicated to presenting a dynamic mix of collections that are primarily manufactured in Canada, using ethical and sustainable practices. INLAND will also present a display of contemporary Indigenous designers in collaboration with Sage Paul, founder of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto. 

“Platforms like INLAND need to exist to grow a healthy Canadian fashion industry," says Sage Paul, "I am thrilled to have curated a selection of Indigenous designers from across Turtle Island for the spring show. Collaboration in the industry is essential for authentic representation and inclusion."

The Spring 2019 line up includes some of the country's most celebrated brands and ones-to-watch, including Andrew CoimbraHilary MacMillanAlan AndersonLOUVE MontrealAmanda MossElisa C-Rossow, and Zoran Dobric. The complete line-up of participating designers can be found at madeinland.ca.



Andrew Coimbra (Photo courtesy of INLAND)

Andrew Coimbra (Photo courtesy of INLAND)

Andrew Coimbra (Photo courtesy of INLAND)



HOURS OF OPERATION

INLAND will take place at QRC West / E1 Building, 134 Peter Street, Toronto. Admission is completely free. Family friendly.

  • Friday, May 3 from 3pm to 9pm
  • Saturday, May 4 from 11am to 7pm



Anne Dahl (Photo courtesy of INLAND)



ABOUT INLAND

INLAND is the leading pop-up destination to shop emerging and contemporary Canadian fashion. Bringing together a compelling mix of apparel and accessory brands for 2-days each spring and fall, INLAND is a unique opportunity to discover, meet and shop directly from independent designers and makers. Be part of a movement that values people, the planet and personal style in equal measure. 

Since launching in 2014, INLAND has showcased over 450 Canadian labels from Vancouver to Halifax. 100% of all collections presented at INLAND are ethically made or manufactured in Canada. 



GAMENT Designs (Photo courtesy of INLAND)

GAMENT Designs (Photo courtesy of INLAND)

Devlynvanloon (Photo courtesy of INLAND)

Editfifteen  (Photo courtesy of INLAND)

BEURRE DE KOKO (Photo courtesy of INLAND)

L.L.Y. Atelier (Photo courtesy of INLAND)



See you in Toronto in May!




Minggu, 07 April 2019

STYLISH DESTINATIONS

By Marie Nieves

5 Reasons
Your Next Girls' Getaway Should Be in the Maldives

Maldives (Photo courtesy of Unsplash)



If you are an experienced traveler who is hooked on all things picturesque, the Maldives may be a destination that can serve as a ceaseless source of inspiration. Let’s be perfectly honest here, an enthusiastic ‘think tank’ of girls will have their standards set high, and this is one of those destinations that is destined to deliver, but the appeal of this archipelago goes way beyond the aesthetic appeal. Here are 5 reasons why your next girls’ getaway should be in the Maldives. 


It is the perfect girl getaway

When you plan a trip with your group of girlfriends, this usually entails a simulation of a getaway – running away from your life and the world, possibly due to work troubles or a broken heart, and settling on a faraway destination that introduces you and your friends to a whole new and different set of experiences. In that sense, the Maldives tick off all the boxes. While the capital of Male may seem like a typical Miami-like beachside urban area, the selling point of this archipelago are the secluded resorts that are sprinkled across multiple islands which belong to 26 coral atolls. Are you ready for a true doozy? The entire archipelago boasts nearly 1,200 islands, out of which 280 are inhabited, at least to an extent. If this doesn’t scream ‘adventure’ to you and your girlfriends, hardly anything will. 



Photo courtesy of Pexels



The packages are incredible

Topographically, the sheer number of islands and the square footage they cover (along with the sea in between) is too vast to be completely covered in a single visit. However, you can still have the most dazzling Maldives experience by choosing the right island and the right resort. All you’ve got to do is skim through these amazing Maldives travel packages to be positively dazzled by the rich selection of wonderful accommodations, glamorous activities and captivating backdrops. While you may be an avid adventurist with your group of girlfriends, you should probably opt for one of such premier Maldives packages if you are a newcomer – they include quality tours that will lend you a sort of ‘vertical slice’ of all stellar experiences on the sandy beaches of this azure island grouping. 



Photo courtesy of Unsplash



It has something for every type of gal

Your group may be a motley crew of disparate character descriptions, but the Maldives are bound to cover all sensibilities. 80 out of 1200 islands have exclusive resorts, so you can relish in the glamour of a tropical paradise while still retaining that sense of adventure. Going on daring boat rides to explore other islands is something you can enjoy, but let’s not kid ourselves – it is also about savoring cocktails (remember – alcohol is only allowed within the confines of the resorts), chatting away into the night by the bonfire and sharing communal wardrobes. 



Photo courtesy of Pexels



It is a photo-ready paradise

There are certain aspects of modern technology that really go in our favor. All of our phones have in-built HQ cameras that can capture every second of our adventures, and if you are going on a tropical Maldives holiday with your girlfriends, you can bet your bottom dollar that there will be some photo snapping. If any of your friends have artistic inclinations when it comes to photography, you’d better get ready for endless shoots that will immortalize your holiday. And in the Maldives, pretty much every step you take will be graced with a backdrop that is photo-ready



Photo courtesy of Unsplash



You can all get pampered

Now, depending on the size of your group – and let’s assume that there are at least four of you girls – it is probably a good idea to keep an eye out for bigger resorts that boast a number of accompanying facilities, including spa centers and beauty shops. If relaxation is the name of the game, you will be overwhelmed with incredible service when it comes to massage parlors, saunas and beautifying treatments that will be only a short walk away from your accommodation. Quality time with your besties will only be enhanced if you are able to keep a conversation going as you all get pampered by the incredible staff of the resorts.



Photo courtesy of Unsplash



For some unfathomable reason, the Maldives are often considered an exclusive honeymoon playground, which often encourages groups of friends to look elsewhere for fellowship escapades. However, this popular belief is proven wrong as soon as you glance at the cavalcade of attractive features and activities you can partake in should you decide to have a good time on this archipelago in the middle of the Indian Ocean. You and your girlfriends are bound to assemble an impressive sequence of invaluable memories that will warm your heart for years to come and tempt you to return to this island paradise. 





Sabtu, 06 April 2019

FASHION NEWS - CANADA

Press Release


Day 4 at Vancouver Fashion Week F/W19

GRANDI, Mabu49, and GEROME (Photos by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)



Vancouver, BC – From gothic blacks to vibrant colours, Thursday at Vancouver Fashion Week was a night to remember with an eclectic mix of styles.


Thursday night kicked off with Taiwan-based Ming Design Studio by Ching-Ming Chen. Her latest collection, ‘Charm.2015,’ is defined by vibrant medleys of colour pieced together in a variety of silhouettes. From peplum skirts to militaristic coats, Ching-Ming has clothed the female form in every way possible. Evoking nostalgia through retro designs, Ching-Ming utilized subtle sheer and cotton fabrics highlighted with velvet accents. Ensembles were completed with natural makeup and white, black, or nude shoes. Many outfits were also paired with petite, brightly-coloured purses suspended at hemline level.



Ming Design Studio (Photos by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)

Ming Design Studio

Ming Design Studio

Ming Design Studio (Photos by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)



Next was GRANDI by designer Grandy of Vancouver. A returning designer, Grandy presented her bold, crayon-inspired collection entitled ‘Essential Colours’. All ensembles were monochrome, completed by small conical headpieces atop voluminous curled hairstyles. Glossy fitted jumpsuits and dresses in every colour of the rainbow were brought to life with the help of matching metallic lipstick and wide-brimmed shades. Grandy has splashed a collection of wonderfully elementary colours onto wardrobe staples.



GRANDI (Photos by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)

GRANDI

GRANDI 

GRANDI (Photos by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)



Mabu49, a New York based brand created by Ntokozo Fuzunina Kunene, celebrated the designer’s rich African heritage though inspired yet modern pieces. The ‘THAWASA’ collection, meaning Light of the New Moon in Zulu, was named after and inspired by the journey to becoming a traditional healer. A palette of stark whites and navy blue, combined with soft leather fringe, mimicked the movement and beauty of moonlight to translate this Zulu tradition. While ancient in its inspiration, the collection was nevertheless relevant and youthful with a line of wide-legged, high waisted pants, triangular rompers, and long tunics paired with white sneakers. Simple in colour and deliberately wearable, the collection was nevertheless unique due to its innovative silhouettes, artistic cut-outs, and dramatic necklines. 



Mabu49 (Photos by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)

Mabu49

Mabu49

Mabu49

Mabu49 (Photos by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)



Sorockolita, by Russian designer Viktoriya Stukalova, mastered the aesthetics of Gothic subculture to create a memorable collection that was simultaneously show-stopping yet also featured incredibly wearable pieces. A fine craftswoman, Stukalova incorporated the name of her collection, ‘Black Wing’, into the items with fascinating yet subtle accents such as leather cutouts on blazers that resembled a feathered wing or soft Luneville embroidery. Transporting the audience to the dawn of Gothic culture, the Victorian period, the collection brought back the corset, bodice and ruffled neck juxtaposed with skinny leather pants and stilettos to keep the looks modern and accessible. The collection was exclusively black and white yet nevertheless textured through its mastery of multiple materials such as wool, leather, silk, and cotton. ‘Black Wing’ made Gothic fashionable, sexy, and powerful.



Sorockolita (Photo by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)

Sorockolita (Photo by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)



Hometown designer and recent Blanche Macdonald graduate GEROME completed the evening with an electrifying show of streetwear-inspired looks for men and women. The collection featured a wide range of materials and influences- from ice white leather pants matched with fluorescent orange turtlenecks to oversized corduroy puffer jacket and matching brown pants. The soundtrack featured Vancouver-based rap group So Loki and was explosive and visceral, driving models to walk forcefully down the runway. Influences came directly from hip-hop culture with samples of 70’s cuts and futuristic concepts. Although the show was incredibly varied, it stayed true to GEROME’s sense of style, and he earned a standing ovation from the crowd as he danced with his models at the outset of the show.



GEROME (Photo by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)

GEROME

GEROME (Photo by Filippo Fior / Imaxtree.com)





Jumat, 05 April 2019

TRAVELLING IN STYLE - ISSUE 2

By Eva Fydrych

April 2019

Cover of the second issue of Travelling In Style, April 2019 (Photo by Erick Seban-Meyer)



Welcome to the second issue of Travelling In Style, a special travel edition of Fashion Studio Magazine, featuring stylish destinations, travel trends, lifestyle, and fashion. Enjoy our content and stay tuned for more!


Special thank you to Erick Seban-Meyer and his team for organising an amazing cover shoot in Paris and to Ian Howard / FASHION & BEAUTY for featuring Pamir Fashion handbags in London, UK.

Also, a huge shoutout to our beautiful models: Valquiria Mendes & Sophia Sinclair, makeup artist Xtine Joan / Lapis Lazuli Visages, F. Maples Photography, Pestana Hotel Group, KaaaKollection | Paris, Claudine Anidjar, and SARATHEO Jewelry | Paris. Thank you so much for your hard work and for making it all possible!




London-based model & actress, Sophia Sinclair, featured in Hotel Stories editorial - page 9

Photos by Ian Howard | FASHION & BEAUTY (Click to enlarge)




Don't miss an inspiring short story written by Mike McArdle (page 41) and latest fashion trends from Portugal (ModaLisboa - page 34) and Mexico (Intermoda 70 - page 58).


Enjoy Travelling In Style as much as we do! :)





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"Create something beautiful with what you have." - Mike McArdle


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*If you would like to be featured in the next issue of Travelling In Style, please get in touch!


Rabu, 03 April 2019

FASHION NEWS - MEXICO

By Eva Fydrych


Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Mexico City
Fall/Winter 2019

Backstage at ANIKENA (Photo courtesy of MBFWMx)




MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - Let's have a look at the highlights of the first day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Mexico City, the biggest and most prestigious event in Mexican fashion taking place from 1 to 5 April 2019.


Top Trends: maxi dresses, jumpsuits, hats, floral accessories, belts, white, brown, forest green.


Enjoy the pictures and stay tuned for more fashion news from Mexico!




CYNTHIA BÜTTENKLEPPER

CYNTHIA BÜTTENKLEPPER (Photos courtesy of MBFWMx)

CYNTHIA BÜTTENKLEPPER

CYNTHIA BÜTTENKLEPPER

CYNTHIA BÜTTENKLEPPER

CYNTHIA BÜTTENKLEPPER

CYNTHIA BÜTTENKLEPPER

CYNTHIA BÜTTENKLEPPER (Photos courtesy of MBFWMx)



JULIA Y RENATA

JULIA Y RENATA (Photos courtesy of MBFWMx)

JULIA Y RENATA

JULIA Y RENATA

JULIA Y RENATA (Photos courtesy of MBFWMx)



SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL (Photos courtesy of MBFWMx)

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL

SANDRA WEIL (Photos courtesy of MBFWMx)



ANIKENA

ANIKENA (Photos courtesy of MBFWMx)

ANIKENA 

ANIKENA 

ANIKENA 

ANIKENA (Photos courtesy of MBFWMx)





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