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zaterdag 30 november 2013

Black is b(l)ack! Topmodellen in het zwart (dutch)

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Black is (b)lack. Zwart is terug in de mode. Na seizoenen lang vooral kleur te hebben gedragen, vinden wij het heerlijk om terug te gaan naar het oude, vertrouwde zwart. Zwart is gemakkelijk te combineren, het kleedt slank af en is alleszins saai.
Geef je zwarte outfit flair door met verschillende texturen te spelen. Kies voor een doorzichtig element zoals het model op de foto hieronder. Combineer verschillende materialen bij elkaar. Speel met glanzend en mat om er diepte in te brengen

Welke kleur kan jij echt niet zonder

Reality ster Heidi Montag showt haar nieuwe borsten (Ducth)

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The Hills en Laguna Beach kijkers kunnen zich vast nog wel Heidi Montag herinneren; de blondine met die vervelende vriend en de dame die in 2010 maar liefst tien verschillende plastisch chirurgische operaties achter elkaar liet uitvoeren.
Van haar cup F die ze zichzelf liet aanmeten, kreeg ze later spijt vanwege rugpijn en andere klachten. “De plastisch chirurg had me nooit zo’n grote cupmaat mogen geven”, aldus Heidi. Daarnaast zouden haar grote borsten een risico voor haar gezondheid kunnen zijn.
Inmiddels heeft ze zich laten opereren door de chirurg van Angelina Jolie en is ze terug gegaan naar een C cup. Natuurlijk moest ze even met haar nieuwe borsten, die nog behoorlijk groot zijn voor haar lichaam, pronken voor de paparazzi. “Jonge meiden moeten nooit hun borsten zo groot laten maken!”, waarschuwt ze.

Bron:http://www.ilovefashionnews.nl/tag/modemusthaves/
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vrijdag 29 november 2013

Celebrity Fashion Police: What’s Wrong With These Outfits

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yvonne_nels_ruky_sanda1) Tonto Dikeh: Oh-oh… The actress definitely did not she expect she would fall off but it that happened anyway and she definitely revealed enough boóbs. Well that’s what you get for wearing a very revealing cleavage dress.



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2) Genevieve Nnaji: Yea the dress no doubt looks lovely on this beautiful/talented actress but hmm…the upper part showed way too much cleavage. While some of her fans think there was nothing wrong, others felt she shouldn’t have shown too much.

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3) Ini Edo (Actress): She came under heavy criticism for wearing this opened dress that showed off part of her part as well as her chest, the dress did her no justice as it just seperated her boóbs in a not too sexy kind of way.
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4) Yvonne Jegede: The actress looks like she saying I got it so let me flaunt it, well that’s what the picture looks like. While we are not against her flaunting what you has but sometimes less does it better
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 Toke Makinwa: No doubt the dress fits this Petite On-Air-Personality but she showed us way too much, with her showing off her side bóobs and nipples. This is way too much distraction for the guys of course. Don’t you think?


Original post here:http://omgghana.com/celebrity-fashion-police-whats-wrong-outfits/



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US first lady Michelle Obama in Osei-Duro Strata Panel Skirt Made in Ghana

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Models of ANTM – Where Are They Now?

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America's Next Top Model has always been one of our favorite guilty pleasures. After more than a decade on the air, how could we not be lifelong fans? But, the question everyone's asking is, "What happens after the show?" Where do these budding young models end up? To satisfy your curiosity, here are what some of Tyra's many protegees are doing now.

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Nicole Linkletter’s (Cycle 5) adorably commercial beauty has recently landed her a job with Forever 21.com, where you’ve probably seen her modeling this summer’s latest flirty sundresses and cute crop tops.



Analeigh Tipton, Cycle 11, has moved on from modeling to a successful acting career, starring in Crazy Stupid Love and also appearing in The Green Hornet and Warm Bodies.


Jade Cole of Cycle 6, known for her bizarre yet powerful personality, has had a successful career in international modeling, including work with Jay-Z’s Rocawear, and has gone on to found her own media production company, Biracial Butterfly Productions.


Adrianne Curry may be remembered as the first winner of ANTM, and it looks like this Chicago wild child never calmed down. After modeling for Playboy in 2008, Curry met Christopher Knight of The Brady Bunch fame on The Surreal Life. Their marriage led to My Fair Brady, and Adrienne later appeared on Family Feud before divorcing Knight in 2012.


Eva Marcille (Cycle 3), Top Model’s shortest winner (excluding the petite season), left Tyra Banks and Benny Medina’s management to pursue acting. Her most prominent role thus far was as Tyra Hamilton on The Young and the Restless (2008-2009).


Cassandra Whitehead, who famously left the show during Cycle 5 after her hair was cut short, recently appeared on the Mad Men season finale (long, auburn locks perfectly intact).


Kim Stolz, one of ANTM’s first openly gay contestants who appeared on Cycle 5, has continued to use her bold, brassy personality as well as modeling talent. Stolz is currently signed with Ford Models and is a contributing writer for The Huffington Post as well as a news correspondent for MTV. Stolz recently married longtime girlfriend and business partner Lexi Ritsch, who works at the SoHo cocktail lounge Stolz owns, The Dalloway.


Caridee English, was a fan favorite in Cycle 7 who ultimately triumphed over the insufferable Melrose in that weird zombie bride fashion show, but she hasn’t done much post-ANTM modeling. She did, however, spend some time hosting Oxygen’s Pretty Wicked. And who doesn’t love a good reality TV personality?


Bre Scullark of Cycle 5 is still modeling and now acts as a spokesperson for Drop Dead Gorgeous, a foundation working to stop child sex trafficking.


Elyse Sewell made it to the top three during Cycle 1, and, despite her insistence on the show that she preferred med school to modeling, Sewell has gone on to become a successful international model, even publishing a book called Beauty and The Biz: The International Adventures of America's Third-to-Next Top Model.


Lisa D’Amato, better known as Crazy Lisa from Cycle 5, doesn’t seem to have calmed down any since Top Model, pursuing a dubious musical career (check out her painful music video here) and eventually ending up on MTV’s Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew for her drug abuse.


Isis King, Cycle 11, was ANTM’s first trans competitor and appeared on The Tyra Show, where she was awarded an all-expenses-paid gender reassignment surgery. King has gone on to model for Seventeen magazine and is currently signed with JB Models.


AzMarie Livingston of Cycle 18 may not have gotten very far in the competition, but she did make headlines recently while allegedly dating former Disney star Raven Symone!


Sara Albert-Hallmark was frequently mocked during ANTM Cycle 6 for being discovered in a shopping mall, but her subsequent modeling career and current law degree suggest she had more going for her than your typical 6-foot blonde. She now lives with her husband in Washington, D.C.


Whitney Thompson, Top Model’s first plus-size winner (Cycle 10), is still modeling and also acts as an ambassador for the National Eating Disorders Association.











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woensdag 27 november 2013

dinsdag 26 november 2013

Wear Africa..

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Hello fashion lovers,
I feel so privilege to live in a time, where West African fashion is exploding and loved to wear,
Ankara cloth is seen everywhere nowadays, on slippers, shoe`s. t-shirts even, bags even on baby diapers.
As a blogger I analyses and research a lot about, fashion world and the major thing I have concluded is that African designers are still trying hard to reach into the mean stream fashion scene in western world.
Like in fashion week, this is a fashion industry event, lasting approximately one week, which allows fashion designers, brands or “houses” to display their latest collections in runway shows and buyers and the media to take a look at the latest trends. Most importantly, these events let the industry know what’s “in” and what’s “out” for the season.
The most prominent fashion weeks are held in the four fashion capitals of the world: Paris, New York City, Milan, and London. Some other important fashion weeks in the world are held in Amsterdam, [Bangalore, Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Dubai, Jakarta, Los Angeles, Madrid, São Paulo, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Sydney, Tokyo and Toronto.
Quote: Designer: Nina Barkers-Woode
When it comes to the fashion industry I feel like we are finally making progress, but we are not on the same level as the international front, our continent is full of so much beauty and textile yet when it comes to the fashion industry we don’t have the support or production that the fashion industry internationally has right now.
I know this held back of African fashion will also make its way to the top, nothing last forever, even in partiality.
As a beauty fashion vlogger/blogger, on YouTube i share my views, and inspiration with the creation of Ankara or etuma cloth: watch how i make an Ankara hand clutch!!
Enjoy… till the next vlog Fashionista`s