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New lingerie campaign celebrates “real” women with armpit hair, scars and tattoos

With every new collection Swedish retailer & Other Stories makes a statement, one louder than the other. After all-trans Autumn 2015 campaign, next season’s “For Women, by Women” campaign portrays natural beauty of the models with armpit hair, scars and tattoos, as well as ditches photoshop...

On the rock

If inspired by Mario Testino's editorial "Ocean Color Scene", you choose Zanzibar as your next vacation trip, make sure you book a table at the Rock Restaurant. 


Harper's Bazaar UK made it interesting and featured top models of three different ethnicities in their "The collections" fashion spread, August 2014. The shoot is stunning and Herieth Paul is beautiful as always.

Which fur do you prefer?

Fur is back in trend. Sinfully soft and ridiculously warm, designers didn't shy away from using it not only for you to stay warm, but rather to freak your look up with "furry" details.

African vellies win the CFDA Fashion Awards

For the first time in the history of the CFDA Awards (aka “The Oscars of Fashion”) not one but three emerging designers were honored with a top prize of $300,000. Aurora James of Brother Vellies, Rio Uribe of Gypsy Sport and Jonathan Simkhai are the names to follow in 2016 and though they are all undoubtedly well deserving of the most coveted award in the industry, today we’d love to celebrate the one with a beautiful message about Africa.

Junk Couture

A South Florida McDonald’s franchise recently challenged fashion students from Miami International University of Art and Design to create a collection using just McDonald’s signature packaging. As a result came 20 pieces, that left the crowd hungry for Big Macs and fries.