Vanessa Campos is a 23 year old living in Los Angeles and an inspiring entrepreneur. She is fascinated by the world of business and marketing in Fashion. When she’s not out with friends or family she is working as an assistant where she is gaining major entrepreneur skills. Vanessa is a current student at The Art Institute of California – Hollywood where she is enrolled in the Fashion Marketing and Management Bachelor’s program. Vanessa loves to share her ideas and fashion tips to anyone who is as interested as she is, so come along and enjoy her new journey !
Scarves and gloves but not just any gloves, sleeve gloves took over the runway. This princess inspired look might be a little similar to the knee high socks but this time around we moved from legs to the arms.
Last weekend Louis Vuitton revealed its new look at the Rodeo Drive Flagship store…although I didn’t get a chance to make the drive to Beverly Hills, I found some great photos that show how amazing the store looks.
I thought I should mixed it up a little and try to share a trend that many of us forget to appreciate. If you’re planning to have a bad hair day and desperatly need something to keep you stylish, try wearing a hat. The biggest trends are wide-rimmed fedoras, embellished hats, and animal inspired hats. You won’t be disappointed and can find them everywhere in the malls.
Fashion inspiration comes from a variety of places. Most of mine come from fashion news magazines, people watching, celebrities and news feeds. However, there are a few movies that either deal with fashion directly or have killer wardrobes that are incredible sources of inspiration. Actresses instantly become not just the star of the movie but they become fashion icons.
Most of us know that the first jean was designed in the late 1870s by Leob Strauss, also known as Levi. The main purpose of the denim was to provide a durable and sturdy garment to the working men but denim has come a long way since. Denim has gone through many phases and styles but the distressed denim emerged from the cultural punk movement in the 1970s.
“This is a season of untypical colors—more reflective of the imagination and ingenuity, which makes for an artful collection of colors and combinations not bound by the usual hues for fall,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute®.
It’s that time of the year again, the fashion industry is wrapping up last minute plans to prepare for the most anticipated and prestige fashion event- the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2015. From September 4th to 11th, 2014 we will see about more than 80 shows from well-known brands like Ralph Lauren to international designers looking to debut their creative work in one of the fashion capital cities in New York.
So the other day I was sitting, staring at the laptop, brainstorming ideas for my next blog post and I came to the conclusion that why not write a bog about some of the best free! Fashion apps that I could share with you all so that you can get fashion tips, maybe shop a little whenever you are not reading my posts. I found a few apps that are great for iphone user #teamiphone…doesn’t mean android users can’t download them too. Well, I’m assuming we are all on-the-go people and would really appreciate the convinience of shopping while sitting at your desk or on your way to the gym, some of these actually allow you to shop from some of the biggest fashion retailers and a few give you fashion tips based upon your location.
While doing some light reading to keep up with the fast moving fashion world I came across an interesting article from WWD Online (Women’s Wear Daily). Paris Couture week has inspired some fashion risk takers to take it to the streets, so I thought I’d shared with you all what people are wearing and of course keeping the streets of Paris very interesting this week.
As summer continues, kids are out of school, and some are finishing semesters this month we find ourselves contemplating whether to take a sun filled vacation or perhaps get a summer job? For those unfortunate skipping summer vacation this year ( college students) I have some fun looks that will probably get you an ice breaker conversation about your rocking blazer or slacks… or maybe you’ll impress them so much with your outfit you’ll be hired just because they want your amazing tips on how to look good in slacks! Well let me tell you what this blog post is about…what to wear to a summer job interview and still look fashionable. Colors, skirts, prints, and a great website at the end to help you get started with that job hunt and since I am fashionista I got a great website packed with open positions in the fashion industry. ENJOY!
Thought Public Libraries Were For Reading Only? Ralph Lauren Stages His Fall Kids’ Line at The New York Library.
Want to know what to try on when shopping for Summer 2014 swimwear? Keep in mind the small details that can help you choose whether to go with an exotic look with print fabrics and tassels or maybe you’re trying to go with a summer goddess look with braided details and neutral solid colors.
Here’s the low down on just a few trends that you will see this summer. The nighties are still very strong influence on what our fashion has come to this season like slip on dresses, flannel, etc. Yes! You can keep all of your favorite outfits.
SHOWROOMS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON THE LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH
Get over to Downtown LA’s Fashion District for some end of the month shopping! On the last Friday of the month, score incredible deals in HUNDREDS of showrooms at the CMC filled with LA's best collections for men, women, children, gift & home at below-retail prices.
When I first found out about Angelica Chavez a local young fashion designer I had to contact her to find out what is like to be a young entrepreneur and promising designer, so I set up a Q&A to get to know her.