Yoga Collection from Ba&sh

This is the new Yoga Collection from Ba&sh

by Kristel Liakou Ba&sh is a worth knowing French international brand, that really captures the Parisian style. We adore it because of its chic sensual feminine character. The brand of the Barbara Boccara and Sharon Krief surprises us with a second yoga capsule collection. Together with Ana Heart, they designed […]

GLOVE MAIN

A glove story

by Rossella Salzillo Gloves are undoubtedly useful. They prevent your hands from getting serious damages because of the cold, like so-called chilblains. They make you feel warm and comfortable, day and night when walking or riding your bike. In some other cases, they help you do your gardening without wounds. They […]

teenage kicks

Never underestimate the influence of Fashion on teenage self-image

 by Léah Njeim Editing by Kristel Liakou   Teenagehood is such a weird moment in one’s existence. Abandoning your child moult, trying to fit a body; a constant evolution inside of a bright new adult skin, which is way too large and looks strange and scary. This is the time […]

VETEMENTS

Do you really get Vetements?

by Kristel Liakou   They say that Vetements is the most radical thing that came out of Paris the last decade. The shock that Vetements caused is reasonable. We could say that the fashion audience is too conservative to accept the idea that fashion has to change. And this change is […]

by Lanakila McNaughton3

Women are now riding; not the white horse but your motorcycle

by Kristel Liakou   In 1915, Effie Hotchkiss went on a long nomadic journey on her motorcycle and since then, she has been known as a pioneering female motorcyclist. Indeed, Effie and her mother travelled across the country with a Harley-Davidson V-twin. They covered a grand total of nine thousand […]

ANGELIKA DARKLING LATEX FASHION

Angelika Darkling: the Greek latex fashion designer

by Kristel Liakou   If someone asked me to name a person who identifies with the “new businesswoman” identity, I would definitely go for Angelika Darkling. She is young, fresh and what she does is quite uncommon. Although she is lacking financial background, she hangs tough. In an economically depressed […]

Punk artwork from Inga Aleknaviciute

Punk’s not dead –We actually need more of that

by Kristel Liakou   Did the punk movement change the world? Apparently, no. Revolutionary punk subculture was established in the mid-1970s and since then, not much have changed. Politics are pretty much the same, the unemployment rate is still high, capitalism still generates inequality, climate change is getting worse and […]

high heels, gender discrimination, front

High Heels: A symbol of gender discrimination

by Kristel Liakou   You may already know that what we wear gives credit to who we are. In capitalist societies, branding is the most important thing when it comes to communication. Apparel is something like a “badge of origin” -represents who we are. Additionally, high-heeled shoes symbolize specific ideas, […]