The Fashion Crowd Goes Green

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Another season of New York Fashion Week has come to a close, but as the glitterati touches down in London town, we look to the best street style looks of the past week for wardrobe inspiration. This season, we’re seeing green.

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Colors come in and out of style, but shades of green gained traction on spring 2023 runways. Designers like Fendi, Michael Kors, Givenchy, and Bottega Veneta included various shades of the color in their collections. Green in all of its forms — like lime, jade, chartreuse, mint, and moss — colored the designers’ cargo pants, mini dresses, silk slip skirts, and tote bags on last fall’s catwalks.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 10: Lindsay Peoples Wagner wears green belted coat, Bottega Veneta bag, purple dress, brown wild leather boots outside Rodarte during New York Fashion Week on February 10, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – FEBRUARY 10: Jessica Andrews wears green belted coat, Bottega Veneta
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from hooped skirts to high-end fashion

For 150 years, Bloomingdale’s has been a New York City landmark. It is the only national high-end department store that reaches across the US from the east coast to the west.

Founded in 1872 by businessmen Joseph B and Lyman G Bloomingdale, the retailer celebrates its 150th anniversary in September. A division of Macy’s, it has moved far beyond its NYC roots, operating 33 Bloomingdale’s stores and 21 Bloomingdale’s outlets from California and Connecticut to Maryland and Massachusetts, along with one Bloomie’s boutique concept store in Virginia. Its headquarters and flagship store has been famously located at 59th Street and Lexington Avenue in Manhattan since 1886.

Bloomingdale’s sells women’s, men’s and children’s clothing and accessories, jewellery, and furniture and homeware. Brands sold range from Adidas to luxury labels Bottega Veneta, Celine and Dior.

As well as being a behemoth of US retail, Bloomingdale’s has offered British brands the chance

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Woman Claims South African Men Can’t Afford Her, Fake Designer Handbag Has Peeps Questioning Her Confidence

  • A woman jumped right into hot water when she claimed to be too expensive for the men of South Africa
  • Twitter user @___missm_ shared a snap of herself which she used as a reference to her boujee claim
  • Seeing that her bag was an outright fake left many tripping and calling her out in the comment section

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A woman got roasted for claiming she was boujee when really she was just putting on an act. Image: Getty Images
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While there are many independent women out there who do not believe in living off of

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20 Biggest Designer brands you should definitely know about

Everyone deserves a little luxury now and then and when it comes to luxury shopping, you have got to get yourself acquainted with the top designer brands out there to fulfill all your needs while staying in trend. From basic tees and formals to bags and even underwear, top designer brands aim to deliver the best blend of style and comfort. And as a bonus, you get to show off. However, there are a million brands out there, all expecting you to spend big bucks. But, the real question is how to make sure you receive products of the highest quality while shopping big labels. To help you ease your luxury shopping experience, here is a list of the biggest designer brands you should know about. 

If you think about it, when it comes to luxury shopping, the goal is to create the most head-turning looks while maintaining the perfect

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