Tommy Hilfiger Put Marvelous Miami Mansion Up For Sale

Tommy Hilfiger is legendary throughout the fashion world for his preppy, even luxurious fashions. We can now get a better glimpse into his artistic mind by seeing how he designed one of the places where he lived.

 

According to the Los Angeles Times, fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger’s home has recently placed his home for sale and listed online for all to see, and it is incredible.

 

The Golden Beach, Florida mansion carries a $29 million price tag and it is not hard to see why. His home is a piece of art itself. The 14,000 square foot mansion sits right on the oceanfront with around 100 feet of beach.

 

As if having your own ocean view is not enough, the outside is complete with an infinity pool overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

 

Moving inside, the interior is devoted to pop art. Every room filled with pop art and bright colors, and crazy furniture. The mansion itself is a work of art. After purchasing the house in 2007, Hilfiger and his wife hired world famous interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to give the exterior and interior of the house a major facelift.

How fabulous does the inside look?

 

It features bathrooms with scratch and sniff wallpaper, a built in bar with disco ball hanging overhead, plenty of Mickie Mouse memorabilia, a gym, and a movie theater just to name a few amenities.

 

Tommy Hilfiger sold his iconic brand six years ago for the hefty sum of $1.6 billion and has cut down the time he spends working on fashion. With homes like these, it is easy to see why.

How to Choose the Best Bathing Suit for Your Body This Summer

When it comes to getting ready for the summer, there’s one thing that all women have to do, and it’s not very fun. We all have to pick out a brand new bathing suit.

 

If you’re getting ready for a summer trip or a spring break jaunt to the coast, you’ll want to find a bathing suit that flatters your body and makes you look great on the beach or at the side of the pool. These tips will help you!

 

  1. Get the Good Stuff

 

First, don’t buy a cheaply made bathing suit. You’ll want to save as much money as possible, and purchasing a bathing suit that is not made out of quality materials or one that is not properly put together will always make you look worse than you really do! With that being said, there’s no need to spend hundreds of dollars on your suit.

 

  1. Thicker Material Is Better

 

In addition to purchasing a well-made suit, you’ll want to find one that is made of thicker material. This will help you hide flaws better.

 

  1. Look for Ruching on the Bodice of the Suit

 

Ruching is a style of folding material. The folds created on bathing suits can also help hide bumps and extra baggage. It will make your tummy look super flat!

 

  1. Go for Prints

 

Solid colors may make you look bigger than you actually are. Try prints that are large and colorful to avert the eyes from trouble areas. You might also try polka dots, but stay away from stripes as these will only attract attention to your stomach.

 

  1. Try a Tankini on for Size

 

Tankinis are like bikinis, but the top is longer. It usually meets at your belly button, or it might cover up your entire stomach. For people who are nervous about their stomachs, this can be great.

 

As you go shopping for your bathing suit this year, try to keep all of these tips in mind, and this will help you pick out a suit that you feel good about.

 

VillageLuxe Transforming the High-End Fashion Industry

Julia Gudish Krieger is the brilliant mind behind VillageLuxe, an Airbnb of sorts, only this time it has clothes, accessories and shoes that are for rent and not houses. It is based in New York and women gladly welcomed this brilliant idea. VillageLuxe deals with designer fashion items and the application and site enable women to borrow these items from other women at a small fee.

 

It is an invite-only affair and therefore not everyone gets to enjoy these services. Many women would like to be part of the network and many have signed up and are hoping to be accepted to join the network. These include the likes of Alexandra Wilkis Wilson and Leandra Medine, who are big names in the fashion industry.

 

Julia has always had a passion for entrepreneurship and investment. What inspired her to start VillageLuxe was the realization that renting fashion items is an untapped business opportunity as it would be a cheaper option for women and they would therefore gladly embrace the concept. She got the idea from what Uber and Airbnb are already doing with taxis and houses respectively.

 

Julia had no prior experience running a business and therefore faced a few challenges along the way. Her biggest challenge has been being responsible for the wellbeing of the people working for her and ensuring that they are working in good conditions and being compensated well enough for their services. But all in all, the experience has been a rewarding one and she would not have it any other way.

 

Julia is proud of herself and is very impressed with how far she has come with VillageLuxe. She is a hardworking lady who is committed to excellence and looks forward to a successful future for VillageLuxe. Her love for fashion drove her to do what she loves and she has no regrets whatsoever.

 

Women in Politics have Become Forceful Fashion Models

Fashion and clothing has taken its place of pride in political parlance, going by the recent developments in American politics. The women in politics or those close to the men in politics have become automatic fashion models. The dressing they have chosen to wear to occasions both private and public, the people that design it, and its label have become the points of discussion, creating both protests and tensions.

 

Sources of Fashion Models

 

The white pantsuits that Hillary Clinton adorned during campaign evoked the memory of suffragettes. Besides, the rainbow of matching ensembles that she dressed also inspired her fans into flashy mob dances. Her arch supporter, Mitchell Obama has also played the role of the First Model during her time at the White House, often drawing curious eyes to her designers and what they meant to portray through her dressing. Talk of what cloth her dresses were made of and how it suited her build and persona have been a point of discourse amongst many fashion conscious analysts.

 

Sources of Fashion Protests

 

Fashion analysts have closely followed the accessory and clothing that Melania Trump and her step-daughter Ivanka Trump have adorned. Their clothing inspired the distaste amongst the minorities, immigrants and women who have been the subjects of derogatory statements that Donald Trump issued during the recent campaigns. But the same clothing have been fully embraced by Trump supporters who have seen him as the champion of their voices.

 

The women in power have turned the red carpet as their moment of fashion show. Their dressing is currently given political undertones, serving as both the point of inspiration or derision based on the side of the political divide that the fashion analyst belongs. What cannot be taken away from these women in power is the new significant role that they are playing to promote fashion ideas not just in America but also around the world.

 

 

 

The Plus Size Industry is Growing Substantially

The average American woman is a size 14, so it makes sense that a lot of clothing manufacturers and fashion companies are finally recognizing this and providing the necessary products to meet these needs. Two decades ago, it might have been practically impossible to go into the mall and find cute, trendy clothing for larger sizes that didn’t cost a fortune. Nowadays, you can go into virtually any store, both online and off, and find an array of gorgeous clothes that range in size from XXS to 5X. Having the same styles as thinner women helps curvier girls feel better about themselves, giving them a chance to be just as fashion forward as the models you see on the runway.

 

In fact, there has been a recent resurgence in fashion bloggers who are plus sized. Women like Darlene Lebron Lopez, Kate London James and Sawsan are all popular fashion bloggers who have thousands of followers staying updated on all the latest looks and trends. You don’t have to be a size zero to look good, and the fashion industry is realizing this and making it possible for larger women to find clothing they actually want to wear.

 

Despite jeans and blouses being made in larger sizes, you can now find knee-high boots made with a wider calf to support plus sized gals. Plus size clothing stores like Torrid and Dia are bringing gorgeous fabrics in lingerie to keep you feeling sexy. Let’s face it, many of us can diet until the cows come home and still be in a larger size, so it’s nice to know that we can still look just as good now than we did when we were smaller. There is no size limit in the world of fashion, opening the doors to a plethora of styles for women wanting to look their best.

 

VillageLuxe Transforming the High-End Fashion Industry

Julia Gudish Krieger is the brilliant mind behind VillageLuxe, an Airbnb of sorts, only this time it has clothes, accessories and shoes that are for rent and not houses. It is based in New York and women gladly welcomed this brilliant idea. VillageLuxe deals with designer fashion items and the application and site enable women to borrow these items from other women at a small fee.

 

It is an invite-only affair and therefore not everyone gets to enjoy these services. Many women would like to be part of the network and many have signed up and are hoping to be accepted to join the network. These include the likes of Alexandra Wilkis Wilson and Leandra Medine, who are big names in the fashion industry.

 

Julia has always had a passion for entrepreneurship and investment. What inspired her to start VillageLuxe was the realization that renting fashion items is an untapped business opportunity as it would be a cheaper option for women and they would therefore gladly embrace the concept. She got the idea from what Uber and Airbnb are already doing with taxis and houses respectively.

 

Julia had no prior experience running a business and therefore faced a few challenges along the way. Her biggest challenge has been being responsible for the wellbeing of the people working for her and ensuring that they are working in good conditions and being compensated well enough for their services. But all in all, the experience has been a rewarding one and she would not have it any other way.

 

Julia is proud of herself and is very impressed with how far she has come with VillageLuxe. She is a hardworking lady who is committed to excellence and looks forward to a successful future for VillageLuxe. Her love for fashion drove her to do what she loves and she has no regrets whatsoever.

Glamorizing The Winter Parka: Wardrobe Staple We All Need

The glam winter parka is a hot trend this year, and we all knew that fashion news was coming down the pike last August. In fact, Elle.com was reporting about couture parkas in over-sized street wear with lots of quilted padding and wonderful chic detailing.

 

If you live anywhere with dipping temperatures, biting winds, sleet snow or icy rain, then you need this winter fashion staple when the weather turns nasty.

 

Some women get bored wearing their winter parka, because it’s usually not too shapely a coat, can be bulky and simple-looking with a hood. You can, however, glam up this classic winter garment with some imagination.

 

On-trend celebrities like Angelina Jolie was recently photographed in Colorado on a vacation with her kids and staying cozy in a parka. The sexy star kept her ensemble all black, beginning with her $500 Burton Wiley Gore-Tex parka. She accessorized with trademark aviator shades, kept the shearling hood on and wore puffy pants and quilted boots. Underneath those layers, was a black lacy tank top peeking through.

 

You don’t have to have huge movie star status to make a winter parka come alive. These coats also look amazing with a dress and booties, a la Alexa Chung style. It works, although most women are used to wearing their parka with pants.

 

A lot of women around NYC enjoy wearing a cute beanie, instead of the hood on their parka. Keeping it casual means, jeans and a pair of Nikes, too.

 

The winter parka looks superb in over-the-knee boots or a pair of pumps. Footwear of many kinds is compatible with the parka.

 

To add another layer of warmth and sophisticated style, slip on a fur vest over your parka, faux fur, of course.

 

Baby, it’s cold outside, but you’re good to go.

 

Ivanka Trump’s Fashionable Presidential Style Wows Many

The daughter of President Donald Trump is certainly turning heads around the world, every time she steps out in a new stylish ensemble.

 

The only faux pas Ivanka Trump seemed to make, was back in November during a family TV interview with CBS’ 60 Minutes. The mother of three young children wore a pricey gold bracelet from her own jewelry line. Sharp-eyed television viewers called her out on it, accusing Ivanka of trying to profit from her father’s presidential campaign’s frequent media attention. The bracelet cost $10,000, and the daughter of President Trump has since apologized for sending journalists a “style alert” promoting the gold bangle.

 

All seems to be forgotten, because Ivanka has hit her stride when it comes to a polished, sophisticated style. She was recognized for hitting the mark during the busy presidential inauguration program by many fashion publications, including Vogue.com, who gave Ivanka Trump props for her dedication to fashion. The fashion Bible adores Ivanka’s style, claiming the First Daughter sends out a modern vibe.

 

Some fashion experts are calling Ivanka’s style an ode to the former First Lady, Jackie Kennedy. When Ivanka arrived in Washington, D.C. pre-inauguration day, she wore a bold green Oscar de la Renta waterfall coat and matching green dress with nude pumps and cat-eye sunglasses. Her long blonde hair tumbled down in soft waves. She looked flawless.

 

The HollywoodReporter.com thought the waterfall coat and shades she was wearing, go back to the 1960s photos of Jackie in the Ron Galella paparazzi shots.

 

It will be interesting to see how much of an impact Ivanka Trump’s fashion choices have on the nation, as well as the world. Of course, people are also watching very closely how First Lady Melania Trump will continue to dress, once she’s in the White House.

Indigenous Canadian Designer Will Be Featured At World Fashion Week

The indigenous woman, Becki Bitternose, will be showcasing her latest designs at the World Fashion Week in Paris. With the financial aid of Sask Fashion Week and Power of Pink, she was given an opportunity to represent Canada at the show.

 

A group of women from Regina decided to create a fund raiser. Lois Vanderhooft and Kayla MacKay lead the fund raising efforts for Becki. Becki did not previously know these women prior to the fund raiser.

 

Becki was very emotional when donations suddenly came in to help her with the event. She received over $20,000 for the cost of materials and the entrance fee. The entrance fee for the Fashion Week even is $14,000 alone. She would have never been able to afford this without the help of donations.

 

Her passion for design began when she converted a Pendleton blanket into a jacket. She eventually went on to producing her PlayBuffalo clothing line. Her products were presented at the Couture Fashion Week in New York. She will go to Paris in February for the next fashion show.

 

The World Fashion Week will feature many unique collections from around the world. Their fashion week is to promote global unity, sustainable development, diversity and environmental responsibility.

 

Many underrepresented designers are brought to the event to showcase their products to international traders. It is also a network event for international media and trade representatives, opening up new avenues for worldwide industry. This event typically has over $200 million in orders per event.

 

One, Two, Three: Gigi, Bella And Now Brother Anwar All Top Models

Think about it. What are the odds of three siblings making it as top models in the cut-throat NY fashion industry?

 

First there was Gigi Hadid; then there was Bella Hadid and now baby brother Anwar Hadid.

 

The striking 17-year-old teen has hit the big time, securing quite the fashion feather in his cap. Anwar is now the handsome face of Hugo Boss Menswear’s HUGO line, according to publications like Elle.com.

 

His two sisters are the little darlings of the fashion runway, and Bella and Gigi are considered by some to have already reached supermodel status. All three good-looking siblings share the same lanky, appealing physiques that the industry relies on.

 

Anwar has already shot the campaign for the Hugo Boss HUGO line and shares the design spotlight with fellow model Devon Aoki, twin brothers Wyatt and Fletcher Shears of band The Garden and other celebrity non-model faces.

 

He photographs beautifully, and fans like when they can see Anwar’s bold 1999 tattoo at the back of his neck. The ink is displayed quite prominently in the HUGO fashion campaign. According to Cosmopolitan.com, the glam and sexy shots were obtained by flying Anwar to the California desert to snap the images. Photographer Harley Weir shot the HUGO campaign, and Anwar is featured wearing three different fashion looks.

 

It can only get better for the youngest Hadid sibling and son of Yolanda Hadid, who is signed with IMG models. Anwar has been in this game since October 2015, when he made his modeling debut with Nylon magazine. Anwar has also walked the runway for both Moschino and Fenty Puma x Rihanna.

 

Anwar Hadid’s star can only rise higher. At the moment, he’s dating Transformers star, the actress Nicola Peltz. She’s a sultry older woman of 22.