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 !
About Diane: One of the most respected fashion designers during the 1970s until now. Famous for creating the wrapped dress during the 70s which came to symbolize a sort of empowerment and independence for women that were starting to enter to work field during this era. DVF brand has expanded to a full women’s ready to wear collection including, handbags, shoes, accessories, and home goods. DVF is sold around the world, including 85 DVF stores.
Happy New Years!! I hope everyone enjoyed the holiday season as much as I did with your loved ones. A few things about the year 2014, according to the Chinese calendar it is the year of the horse which means that (for people like me with birthdays that fall into the year of the Horse) it is a great year filled with opportunities, unexpected adventures, surprising romances, so yes I am beyond excited to find out what 2014 has in store for me and as well as the fashion industry. With that said I have come up with a short list of fashion trends that we should all be thrown to the curb and waved goodbye as of right now! Love it or leave it you decide but the following are some of the best and worst fashion trends of 2013…unfortunately we have all been victims so do not feel bad.
As the holidays approach you could very well wear the same little black dress to every party this season, but what’s the fun in that? Not saying I won’t share a couple of jaw dropping LBD’s but with a calendar full of fetes is the perfect excuse to splurge on some of the best this season has to offer. And with Nordstrom, Macy’s and Bloomy’s as your number one shopping destination, you can rest assured you’ll dress to impress at every occasion this season. Not to mention I didn’t forget to include budget friendly but great pieces.
Most of us are getting ready for the Holidays, shopping for Thanksgiving dinner, contemplating whether or not to meet the parents, in my case and I speak for all fashionistas out there we cannot wait for probably one of the most anticipated fashion events during this time of the year; Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2013.
One of the oldest fabrics in the world, Denim is not just another cotton fabric. Designers are thinking of many different ways to explore with denim taking it way beyond your basic staple go to piece. From patching, acid treatment, adding leather, wax treatment, even accessories have denim incorporated in them. We all know jeans are ideal anytime of the day whether you’re going out, work or staying in, we can all agree our denim jeans will not let us down.
Congratulations, you made it to the next level to further your education. You celebrated during the summer with bonfires at the beach, attended concerts and went on family vacations. Well it’s time to buckle down and literally put your thinking caps on because it’s that time of the year, back to school.
There are a few important things a Fashionista should know. This list of facts may wow you and some you’re probably familiar with. However, it never hurts to refresh your memory.
Customers will always leave with a piece of history after a day of shopping at Kathy’s E Boutique.
Stylish people who walk the streets of NoHo and surrounding areas:
Her feminine grunge style stood out amongst a crowd at Universal City Walk, rocking maroon combat boots with a polka dot high wasted skirt to match. Without second guessing, Tia stated her fashion inspiration is Marilyn Monroe. Looks like pictures speak louder than words.
California State University club, TRENDS and Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, gave the audience a clear vision of students designs “Through the Looking Glass” of “A Fashion Wonderland” on April 27.
Zebra and polka dot balloons, striped table cloths and stylish Bratz dolls center pieces are decorations which filled up Kingsley Studios Sunday night during Philthy Ragz fashion party.
Los Angeles fashionistas lounge on Siren Studios roof top with a flawless view of the Hollywood sign as they wait for the designers to present their fall/winter 2013 collections.