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Fashion designing is a beneficial option for those with a creative bent of mind and love to draw and make sketches, arts, or have an inclination in designing apparels. Even today, a particular section of people consider fashion designing as a challenging career option when compared to others. However, with proper career guidance and education, one can do so much with limitless choices in the industry. Moreover, the fashion industry has a lot of eyes on it because it works in close relation with the media and Bollywood industry, which eventually links it to the world of glamour and creativity. Like any other profession, fashion designing also consists of a lot of hard work and requires zeal to experiment and create something new each day. With the changing trends, it is essential to match the speed of an ever-evolving industry. If an individual wants to pursue a career in this industry, the road to success is to work harder and develop several other skills. It requires learning and thorough knowledge of visual arts, general designing, animation, and graphic design too. Once the student is well versed with the other fields of study linked to fashion design, they can also become a stylist, fashion designer, retail manager, textile designer, and so much more. Therefore, an in-depth study through fashion design colleges in India gives a chance to explore many other career options as well. Here are the top 3 fashion design colleges in Delhi that one can look up to for invaluable knowledge across multiple verticals, coupled with a host of faculties to augment the learning process: Pearl Academy, Delhi The fashion design program at Pearl Academy is curated to help students explore their creativity, translate them into ideas and experiences into design collections. It enables them to develop creative insights, professional competencies, understanding of trends, fabrics, and materials. Real-time projects and mentoring sessions with industry experts offer the students to experiment and create wonderful design collections. The Academy enhances career prospects in the global fashion industry through national and international exposure. Students get an understanding of the functionality of the fashion industry. Also, the collaboration with FDCI gives a chance to final year students to showcase their collection at a leading fashion week with exposure to top designers and employers. National Institute of Fashion Technology, Delhi The curriculum of fashion design course available at the institute hones a design sensitization that balances global fashion aesthetics with an Indian soul. Holistic inputs on universal design with a focused approach towards apparel teach the ability to develop and channelize creativity. A sequential hands-on experience enables the students to conceptualize designs, make patterns, and construct garments. Students gain valuable insight into the broad spectrum that Indian fashion encompasses through internships at leading fashion houses/ manufacturing units to improve knowledge. International Institute of Fashion Design, Delhi The fashion designing college in India provides a comprehensive overview of the fashion industry. The program helps students indulge in the study of product development, sourcing, retailing, and merchandising. It helps them develop an individual design collection to showcase their unique philosophy and creative strengths. The art of designing clothing is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. A fashion design course provides a basic introduction to hone skills required in the high demand fashion field. It also helps students develop a foundation to meet the challenges faced in the ever-evolving industry.
DIY Sponge-Dyed Ombre Sneakers
You'll need: • Gloves • Syringe (1 per color) — Optional but recommended :) • Rubber Cement — Optional • Masking Tape — If you don’t have rubber cement • Sponge • Popsicle sticks for mixing the dye • Fabric Dye (Liquid or Powder) • Paintbrush (Make sure it’s clean — I suggest using a new brush; just buy the cheapest one) • Plastic Cups for mixing dye • Hot water • Newspaper or anything to cover your work area • Wear clothes you don’t mind having fabric dye spilled or splattered on Step 1: Bring out your sneakers :D (old or new) Step 2: Cover all the rubber side strips with Masking tape or Rubber Cement to block out the dye from adhering to the rubber. You can remove it afterwards or wait for it to wear off We won’t be dipping the entire shoe in the dye mixture so there’s no need to cover the soles. Step 3: Now you have to wet/soak your sneakers (canvas part only) with HOT water. You can do so by using a paintbrush first then soaking it more with a sponge. Step 4: Make your dye mixture Step 5: Once you’re done mixing your dye mixture (darkest) ~ take out your atomizer and syringe (optional). I think the smaller atomizers will work best for sneakers as it won’t cover a large surface area. For bigger materials such as shirts, you can use the bigger atomizers (Yes, the one you use when ironing clothes) Step 6: Use your sponge to wet your sneakers again :) Make sure to cover the whole area~! Spray the back part of your shoe with the dye bath. Careful not to over-spray :) You can always spray again :D Step 7 : Now take your brush, dip it in your hot water and carefully blend out your dye (Colored to white areas of your shoe). Yes, we are now creating the ‘ombre effect’. Use more water as you get nearer the middle part of your shoe or wherever you want the ombre to end (white). Afterwards, clean your brush and dip it again in water (clean hot water). Now carefully brush water starting from the WHITE part of your shoe to the lightest ombre — this is to remove or make any hard lines more subtle. Repeat steps until you’re satisfied with your ombre. If you’re using only one color, you can stop here and let your sneaks dry :) Step 8: If you’re planning to have 2 or more colors, simply repeat steps 4 - 7.
$265 La Prairie Foundation Review
What..? $265 Foundation? Are you kidding me !! Hahaha .. I guess La Prairie is considered as one of the best skincare brand. Alright.. so we want to know if it is really worth the price! Let's see. She's putting it on.. oh and it actually looks quite thick she's holding the stick but it won't drip off the stick :) hmm guessing it may be matte? Ohhh she said it's got a full coverage and it's very radiant, saying that she probably put too much on... She's a bit surprised on how white she looks on her camera haha. If anyone is planning on getting this one, choose one color darker because it seems it has whiter color than what it actually looks like on the bottle.. she loves the natural look on her face! :) I see it too. I like it too. Now she's going to put on the concealer that is at the top of the bottle. If I... get a chance to purchase this item (which I don't really think so..?), I think it's better to use small amount because she kept saying she has put too much on her face even though it doesnt really look like she put a lot on her face. yeah she's done with the base - drawing her eye brows now. Looks gorgeous. She really loves the texture but worried that it might get oily later on. This picture was taken at 1pm, when she just applied the foundation on. It's been 3 hours since she applied it, and I think it still looks okay. 10 hours later.. no cracks or anything :) whoa.. yeah maybe it's worth the price haha. Anyone planning on getting this product!? full video
The Print On This Girl's Dress Is Blowing My Mind.
One of my friends just found this on Tumblr, and I am seriously dying at how perfect it all is. Apparently, this user (glassescat) was shopping for fabric to sew her own dress when she stumbled across a pattern that - for the sake of bad puns - seemed pretty 'revolutionary'. ONE NATION. UNDER. BOOOODDSSSS!!!! No, seriously, Abraham Lincoln is channeling Zayn Malik pretty hard in this one. I have so many thoughts running through my head about these - the most predominant one being that I can't help but feel like someone in the fabric business must have a DeviantArt account and that their Christmas print is going to feature Naughty Santa and some disturbingly ripped anthromorphic reindeer. The best part is that once this viraled enough, fellow Tumblrs were able to figure out exactly who made this print - only to discover that there's MORE. SO MUCH MORE. Like this 'outdoorsy pin-up' print, for example. Also, it's just been decided that I'm wearing this as a toga next Halloween. Getting drunk on spooky-themed jungle juice at a friend's costume party will never look sexier. At first, the kilt was funny. And then the Ireland flag speedo got a chuckle. But then I saw the guy in blue jeans that's essentially throwing illustrations of clovers like it's a giant LARP fireball, and I completely lost it. Is anyone else a crafter? Have you seen these around? They're seriously selling out on Fabric.com right now. WHAT? WHATTT??
DIY Missoni Chevron Shoes
Step 1: Gather supplies. One pair of white canvas sneakers Ruler Manila file folder or other stiff paper Pencil Scissors Fabric markers in various colors (ones with both a thick and thin tip are best) Step 2: Using the ruler, draw a straight line near the edge of the manila file folder. Step 3: Draw a second line a half-inch down from the first one. Use the ruler to make tick marks at every half-inch interval on both lines. Step 4: Next, create a zig-zag pattern inside the two parallel lines by connecting every other tic. For example, start at the bottom left-hand corner of the lower line, and connect to the second tic mark on the upper line. Connect the second tic-mark on the upper line to the third tic mark on the lower line, and so on. Step 5: Now that you've just created all of those triangles, cut away the lower row of them (sorry!). You should be left with what looks like a row of teeth at the bottom of the folder. Feel free to use this template to create a shark or bear costume for Halloween. Step 6: Okay, now take out your plain canvas shoes and remove the laces—you don't want to color over them, nor do you want to try to color around them. Step 7: Position the template onto the toe of the sneaker. You'll be working your way from the front to the back of the shoe. Position the template wherever you like it best, but we felt it was easiest to keep things lined up by having the point of one triangle in the center of the shoe. Step 8: Move the template back and trace another row of triangles, making sure all of the points more or less match up with the previous rows. To get a true Missoni look, vary the spacing of the template—there's no right and wrong with this, so feel free to have lots of thin rows and then one giant row, followed by a medium and small row, and so on. Step 9: Okay, now it's time for the fun part! Grab your fabric markers and start coloring in the rows, making sure that each row is a different color. The colors don't have to be spaced evenly or in any sort of pattern (but go for it if you want!), so feel free to switch it up as much as you'd like. If your markers have differently sized tips, use the thin edge to outline the rows, and the thick to fill them in. Step 10: To make your kicks look extra-polished, make sure you color the inside rim of the sneaker! You've come all this way, so don't skimp out on this step. Step 11: Now, it's time to color the tongue of the sneaker. This part can be a little awkward since it's hard to get a good angle, but don't worry, since you only see a little bit of the tongue, you don't have to be too accurate. Just do your best and color the parts you can see, trying to match the colors and patterns from either side of the shoe. Step 12: All that's left to do now is lace up the sneakers and take them for a test drive! Your friends are going to be so enamored with your DIY skills, that they're going to try to get you to make them a pair. Beware!
100 Years of Beauty (Full YouTube Playlist)
The viral videos '100 Years of Beauty' shows just how drastic style changes from decade to decade can shape society's look. They have now covered multiple countries and continue to produce new videos frequently. If there's anything that viewers have gathered from watching these videos is that makeup and beauty standards for women have been predominantly influenced by cultural events during the time period. Many things such as war, rebellion, and influences from other cultures has spread to other nations. It's amazing how every country has had similar looks throughout each decade with just slight differences particular to their own country. You have to watch these quick and interesting videos! USA : Nina Favorite Decade: 1950s Worst Decade: 1980s Most Iconic Decade: 2000s Grunge Look inspired by Avril Lavigne Unique Decade Characteristic: 1920s Heart Lip Similar Trends: 1970s and 2010s have similar glam look, longer flowing hair, simple makeup USA : Marshay Favorite Decade: 1960s Worst Decade: 1910s or 2000s Most Iconic Decade: 1990s Dreads Unique Decade Characteristic: Hair pieces from 1920s through 1950s common Similar Trends: 1970s and 2010s have the same afro style Iran : Sabrina Favorite Decade: 1960s Worst Decade: 1910s Most Iconic Decade: 1980s introduced full burka, no individuality Unique Decade Characteristic: 2000s green paint to show uprising and need for peace Similar Trends: 1970s only continuation of 1960s bold makeup Korea : Tiffany Favorite Decade: 1960s or 2000s (South) Worst Decade: 1990s (South), Every Year (North) Most Iconic Decade: 1950s when style changed drastically between North and South Unique Decade Characteristic: North Korea remains boring and neutral Similar Trends: 2010's exaggerated glam of 2000s (South) Mexico : Reyna Favorite Decade: 2010s Worst Decade: 1920s Most Iconic Decade: 1950s the most classic and toned down decade Unique Decade Characteristic: 1910's militaristic and masculine styling Similar Trends: Strong American influence in each decade's style Philippines : April Favorite Decade: 1960s Worst Decade: 1950s Most Iconic Decade: 2010s most glam and vibrant strong features Unique Decade Characteristic: Skin color changing throughout decades Similar Trends: Following the worldwide flat hair trend in the 1990s India : Trisha Favorite Decade: 2010s Worst Decade: 1970s or 1980s Most Iconic Decade: 1990s coloring on widows peak parting of hair Unique Decade Characteristic: The Bindi changes colors and designs over the decades Similar Trends: Hand designs of the 1960s turned into Henna in 2010s Russia : Anya Favorite Decade: 1940s, 1950s, or 1960s Worst Decade: 1980s Most Iconic Decade: 1940s World War II styling Unique Decade Characteristic: 1970s fur hat Similar Trends: Many wars and rebellions causing trends of masks with 'Pussy Riot'
The Casual Shirts A Man Must Have In Wardrobe
Dressing casually looks classy all the time. People get attracted to you and your social circle starts increasing just because of your best styling sense according to your age. The best you get dressed the more people will be impressed with your personality. As there are many types of shirts so, today in this blog we will cover the casual shirts that a man considers must have in his wardrobe. The types of casual shirts for men areas under and in this will cover the 3 most important causal shirts: OXFORD BUTTON DOWN SHIRTS It is said that the Oxford Button-Down Shirts set up their trademark with the most renowned company Oxford. In the range of casual shirts for men, oxford button-down shirts top the list. Setting up its name in the market and making identity to be worn with any dress code is its uniqueness. Creating the most unique and versatile wardrobe. According to Emma Willis, the button-down open collar shirts look cooler with jeans, chinos, and corduroys but she never prefers it with the suits. You can buy this shirt from any men’s store even it is also available when men’s shirts sale online. DRESS SHIRTS: Having a suit and not having dress shirts is not common. People say those dress shirts also give you a formal look even you are not wearing a suit. These dress shirts are more likely to be worn while a man is attending an interview or having any formal meeting but not much important. The dress shirt is also said to a casual shirt because men give preference to it while having job hours to look more formal and attractive. The uniqueness of these shirts is that you can easily wear ties, bows, and cufflinks with it to look more classy and attractive. CUBAN COLLAR SHORT SLEEVES SHIRTS If you are fond of showing your chest and wearing some of the colorful casual shirts then the Cuban collar short sleeves shirts are the right choice for you. The Cuban collar short sleeves shirts are the shirts back from the fifties century that fits best in the hot summer season. Moreover, if you are searching in any men’s shirt sales online so it is the common shirt you will find over there. OVERSHIRTS OR UPPERS: The uppers or overshirts give you the most casual look and you can wear it easily on any informal gathering or traveling anywhere. These overshirts are most likely to be worn with white T-shirts. This type of casual shirt is said to be the most traditional shirt as it helps in both warm and cold weather. Most of the stylist says that these shirts should be with plain shirts rather than the sloppy colorful or check shirts. So, these are some of most unique and commonly found casual shirts in any man wardrobe. There are many more that you can buy but the most common are these and this tells that how much up to date you are with fashion.
DIY Glitter Shoes!
What you’ll need: -Any pair of flats, canvas shoes, or loafers -Mod Podge (available at craft stores) -Glitter (gold, silver, etc.) -Newspaper & a plate or bowl -Foam brushes or paint brushes -Clear coat spray paint (to make sure the glitter stays on!) First, you’ll want to stuff newspaper down into the shoe so that no glitter or glue gets inside! I removed the laces from my shoes also, just to make sure they didn’t get all gunked up. Pour some of the mod podge onto a plate or into a bowl. I used a paper plate because they are disposable and it was easier to use a flat surface to get a thin coating of the mix. Next, you’ll want to pour some glitter into the mod podge. You’ll want about half as much glitter as there is mod podge, because you don’t want the mix to be too thick. Mix the glitter and mod podge together using one of your foam brushes. Then get ready to paint your shoes! Paint a thin coat of the mix onto the shoe. Make sure that it is smooth and not too chunky because it will dry that way! I didn’t want to paint the whole shoe, so I only painted the front and the back, leaving the middle white. Once you have the mod podge mix on the shoe, you’ll want to pour a SMALL amount of glitter onto the spots you just painted. This just gives the shoe a little extra glitter, and makes sure that there are no white spots. When you’re finished adding the glitter to the shoes, you’ll want to clean off any extra glitter that is on the shoe because you don’t want it to be stuck there when you spray the clear coat. I used a damp paper towel to clean off the edges and the bottom. Last but not least, spray your shoes with a clear coat spray paint. This makes sure that the glitter stays shiny and does not fall off the shoes. Make sure to read the directions on the can and do not get it on your skin or in your eyes. When this is done, you’ll want the shoes to sit and dry overnight to make sure that they are ready to wear.
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