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‘Bridgerton’ Inspired Clothing To Celebrate the Season Two Premiere

You’d have to be living under a rock not to recognize the influence that Bridgerton has had on the fashion world. After the binge-worthy Regency-era series that highlights London high society went viral on Netflix in December 2020, runways were flooded with many fashion elements featured in the romantic period piece: demure empire-waist dresses, dramatic puffy sleeves, opulent headpieces, intricate embroidery, and even lace gloves and corsets were making a surprising comeback.

After a long-awaited return, Bridgerton is finally back with season two (it will premiere on Friday, March 25), which will focus on Julia Quinn’s second novel, The Viscount Who Loved Me. And while viewers are eagerly awaiting to see all the romantic events unfold on the beloved series, what also awaits them is another ostentatious collection of Regency-era fashion. Yes, there are the admirers of the show’s incredible storytelling, but there are those who tune in to

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Amazon Is Opening Its First Ever Virtually Advanced, In-Person Fashion Clothing Store, Twitter Reacts

Amazon announced on Thursday that it will be opening Amazon Style, its first-ever in-person store inside a mall, which will be dedicated to fashion and clothing.

The store opening at Americana at Brand, a mall in Glendale, California, is expected to take on a new concept of clothing shopping by allowing customers to personalize their experience virtually. Amazon is calling it an “elevated” shopping experience.

“Amazon Style completely reimagines what’s possible in the fitting room, turning it into a personalized space where customers can continue to shop a seemingly endless closet of great styles. When a shopper enters their fitting room, they will find the items they requested while browsing the store, plus additional options chosen based on their preferences,” said Simona Vasen, managing director of Amazon Style in a release.

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Vylit Fashion and More opens shop featuring Thai-style clothing

Aug. 24—WORTHINGTON — Thein Zar Tun always knew that when she opened a shop of her own, it would be named after her daughter, Vylit.

That dream became a reality on Friday, when Tun clicked on the “open” sign to Vylit Fashion and More in one of the suites at 1607 N. McMillan St., in Worthington. Her four-year-old daughter was alongside her to celebrate.

The shop specializes in clothing from Thailand, with selections of traditional Karen and Burmese clothing as well. From brightly-colored little girl dresses to clothing for boys in infant to size 10, Tun also has a wide selection of clothing for women of all ages. Following traditional Thai style, however, they bear no labels identifying small, medium or large.

“We call it a free size, which are small, medium and large,” Tun said. “That’s one size in Thailand because that’s what we wear.”

Tun said Thai clothing

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Luxury Fashion Boutiques & Outlets

The prime of your display exhibits circles together with your social media associates’ profile pictures, which helps you navigate its accounts so you should buy and promote regionally. Follow each other, and join “Posh Parties,” where you can promote your stuff in a flash. If you may be continuing to make use of the KonMari technique on your life, download Finery. Founded by model Brooklyn Decker, this app helps you arrange your wardrobe by creating your own virtual closet.

Meanwhile, in June 2021, Gucci introduced the launch of Demetra, a non-petroleum or animal-derived alernative to leather, which its group of scientists and artisans have spent two years formulating. Demetra has been used in the launch of three sneaker types, the ‘Basket’, ‘New Ace’ and … Read More