Day: May 17, 2022

Men’s Jewelry Has a Fashion Moment

In all cultures, men have worn jewelry for centuries. In fact, in the past, jewelry for kings was more ornate than that for queens.

With the passage of time and generation, there was a time when jeweler was almost entirely reserved for women and men had a limited selection. Since then, we’ve come a long way. To begin with, we no longer desire or accept stereotyped classifications in the same way that we once did. Gender focus in jewelry, like many other aspects of the fashion industry and beyond, is less important than it once was.

It’s the 21st century and men now relish expressing themselves while breaking one stereotype at a time. The truth is that whether you are a man or a woman if you can feel that you are looking good, your confidence significantly boosts.

Here’s a list of the latest trends and designs:

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The Online Fashion Retailer Disrupting the Industry with Fast International Shipping

Shuuk is transforming the retail space through its never-seen-before offer of less than a week delivery to more than 190 countries.

Shopping for clothes from other continents can take as much as a month to arrive at one’s destination. This long wait time understandably takes the fun out of shopping for most people. However, an online fashion platform called Shuuk has come up with the perfect solution to this problem.

Shuuk styles itself as the first and only tax-free, cross-the-border, multi-brand, multi-currency, and multi-language fashion e-commerce store that gives shoppers high-quality collections and a greater value for their money. Customers who shop with Shuuk have the added advantage of their orders arriving at their doorstep in less than a week, no matter which part of the world they are in. This is in sharp contrast to other major fashion retailers known for their poor shipping experience.

Shuuk is able

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Shopping app Her Black Book launches cashback in time for Australian Fashion Week

Premium shopping app Her Black Book has added cashback rewards to its platform ahead of Australian Fashion Week, which kicks off on Monday. 

Her Black Book is the brainchild of Sali Sasi and Julie Stevanj, the sisters behind Stylerunner. The pair announced their latest entrepreneurial venture last October, and in February, raised $1.6 million in Seed funding, with ASX-listed Touch Ventures among its backers.

The app is designed to attract and engage Gen Z, Millennials and discerning women who love to shop for fashion and accessories.

Stevanja said the new cashback feature enables brands to give consumers real cash back when they make a purchase during a given promotional window. 

“We’re excited to bring cashback rewards  to the women of Australia from many of their favourite brands, including Net-A-Porter, Guess,  Estee Lauder, SSENSE, ModelCo, Jurlique and many more,” she said.

“Females are making purchases  every day across fashion, beauty, travel

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African Arts Academy Hosts Modern Ethnic Fashion Show in San Francisco communities | News

This is a Fundraiser Cultivating San Francisco communities through African arts and dance to establish an after school programs for the youth

SAN FRANCISCO, May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — MODEFA is a haute couture catwalk show presented by the African Arts Academy that combines arts and cutting-edge fashion designs with ethnic influences. This year’s cultural diversity celebration coincides with International Ethnic Day and features COLLEEN QUEN, one of San Francisco’s most renowned fashion designers, as well as Zambian up-and-coming talent PAULINE GIBSON and Côte d’Ivoire’s International World Champion Award-Winning Hair Designer ZAMBLE LOU EUGENIE.

The evening will consist of a silent auction and a fireside discussion on how ART HEALS AND SAVE LIVES, featuring guest speakers COURTNEY ELLINGTONG and DANA CHEATUM. Live entertainment to showcase Ivory Coast traditional mask dance ZAOULI performed by Executive Director and award-winning musician Fely Tchaco supported by Master Drummers and Musicians Eric

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