Blogger Anna O’Brien was told to cover up while posing in a bikini. On Wednesday, Anna O’Brien, 33, the New York City-based founder of the fashion and lifestyle blog Glitter and Lazers, shared her experience on Instagram, posting a photo of herself wearing a snake skin-print bikini. “I find it ironic that I’ve taken photos in swimsuits all over the world and the one place I was told to cover up was Las Vegas,” the author of the upcoming book, A Life Full of Glitter, wrote to her 250K followers.
Following the lead of inclusive runway shows in the New York area, Italian blogger Laura Brioschi kick-started a body positive catwalk during Milan Fashion Week.
Defective cans of whipped cream have killed one and injured another. Weeks after an exploding can of whipped cream killed a popular fitness model, another defective dispenser has injured a mother, causing a leg wound and destroying her kitchen ceiling.
As the weather gets colder, these cinnamon doughnut muffins are the perfect sweet snack to eat while snuggled up on the sofa with a hot drink. They take no time at all to make and even less time to eat!
Although the world of fashion blogging offers an alternative to the ‘high fashion’ world, it could still do with a lot more diversity. Which is why Karan Kaur, a 22-year-old student from Sydney, Australia, wants to change it for the better.
On September 16th we started off the show season with The Business Networking Show. It’s the UK’s largest business networking event and it’s getting bigger and better every year. This year’s lineup included Brad Burton (Founder of 4Networking and BradCamp), Gary Turner (MD of Xero UK) and Jackie Chappell (First CEO of British Rail and all round amazing business woman).
A woman has taken the Internet by storm after sharing images of her shaving her face to Facebook. Tina-Marie, who runs the blog Fight against Fat, wrote a Facebook post to popular parenting blogger Constance Hall, asking her to share the message to her page to raise awareness. “Hey Hun! You’ll probably never read this but it’s worth a try lol I would love for you to share this photo and my spiel on PCOS to help raise awareness,” she wrote.
One of these individuals that took the world by storm with not only her music but her individual style is the late Aaliyah. Aaliyah graced us with her tomboy style with a hint of sexiness that permitted females to acknowledge that fashion is about embracing who you really are and working with what you got. Aaliyah taught us all the power of dressing up and breaking society as well as fashion norms.
Fashion blogger and columnist Callie Thorpe first started her blog because she was looking for a space where she could “speak openly and honestly about my journey to self confidence.” She strongly believes that “women of all sizes should be able to enjoy fashion and shouldn’t have to wait to be a certain size to wear fashionable clothes.” So when, two weeks ago, Callie married the love of her life, Dan Hetherington, she took that sentiment a stage further by using it as an opportunity to sprinkle a bit of body-positive love.
Be it for a wedding or a dinner out, updos look sophisticated and chic. They can, however, be time consuming and complicated and so today I wanted to share a quick and easy braided updo. This takes about five to ten minutes and will take you from casual to classy in no time at all…Step One
People in fashion do aesthetics best of course, so it’s not wonder they make books to ogle at endlessly. Whether you want a career in fashion or just love it, these are the fashion books you need in your life.
In todays society, confidence is a must have accessory for every man, woman and child. If you’re not naturally confident you have to pretend you are. If that isn’t hard enough then the same society is telling you you need to eat less, eat more, wear make up, look natural, dress your age, eat this, don’t eat that, speak up, don’t have an opinion, be slim, have curves. Phew! I’m exhausted just thinking about that list.
Started by Simone Mariposa, a 23-year-old plus-sized blogger, the hashtag encourages plus-sized women to share photos of themselves wearing whatever the hell they want. Mariposa started the hashtag after seeing a story about a plus-sized woman who was criticised for her fashion choices.