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Enjoy a fashionable weekend in Sydney at QT and Isabella Blow fashion exhibition

  “I’m a walking billboard. That’s my pleasure” – Isabella Blow Fashion lovers attention please ! You can now take a look into the iconic fashion figure Isabella Blow’s extensive wardrobe (and hats of course!) . Isabella Blow: A Fashionable Life  is currently on display at The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia until 28th August 2016 . And for those who are in Sydney during this time, I have got a solution for you – a stylish QT weekend away with tickets to the exhibition, a tour with a Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences curator and a premium “Hands Free” shopping experience at Westfield Sydney. Sounds fashionable...
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St. Petersburg Fashion Week

It’s always interesting to attend fashion weeks in different cities. You get the chance to see so many things that reflects the city and the country during those intensive days. Earlier in April, I was invited to St. Petersburg Fashion Week for the first time. Immediately I was intrigued, because I’ve been to the place once very long time ago, yet was never exposed to the fashion side of it. Under the patronage of Fashion Syndicate St.Petersburg, supported by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation and the Government of Saint Petersburg, the 4-days fashion week took place on The New Stage of the Aleksandri...
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Brazil round 2- Belo Horizonte and Minas Trend Showcase

There are so many fashion weeks and trade shows around the world now, and every city has its own character. Just recently, I had the pleasure of being invited again by TexBrasil to go to Brazil again. Well, you really can’t say no to Brazil and find out why it is one of the four golden bricks. This time instead of Sao Paolo, I went to the Minas Trend at Belo Horizonte, the third largest city in Brazil. In the state of Minas Gerais (the city of food!!!), not only the capital city has a rich cultural history to offer, it is also one of the biggest trading, production, vocation and contribution to the brazilian and international fa...
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Brazilian Fashion

Apart from the designers showcased during the fashion week, there are still a few more talented designers that the world needs to see. Some of my favourites are : Joulik   Founded by Karen and Katiúscia Moreas, the beautiful Japanese Brazilian set up the brand in 2009. With the Japanese aesthetic, the streetwear ready-to-wear brand is carefully crafted- a mixture of fabrics and materials such as velvet, silk, chiffon; and a lot of hand embroidered sequins and embellishment, the pieces are very eye-catchingly bright and shiny- yet stylishly chic and wearable.       Love the interior of the store I was wearing a top by Joulik...
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My first São Paulo Fashion Week- Teca by Helo Rocha

  Founded in 2005, stylist Helo Rocha started the brand Teca by Helo Rocha, known for its stylist prints, Teca is one of the most popular brands in Brazil. For the Summer 16 collection, the catwalk showcased a beautiful collection full of ethnic inspired accessories, pairing with beautiful dresses, dressed down tees, and gorgeous rompers. Lace, silk, chiffon, crochet, all the floaty elements and fabrics created one after another stylish look. The colour, the prints, the accessories and the shoes- it’s almost like you’ve walked into a tribal princess’ wardrobe.
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