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Bra Bridge

Posted by on May 5, 2018 in Cover Story, New Fashion Products | 0 comments

Bra Bridge

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bra bridge

Meet the revolutionary new Bra Bridge breast enhancer-the bra accessory must-have that helps women look and feel better every day! The issues ladies have with their bras are as varied as the different shapes and sizes breasts come in: an excess of side boob, too much bouncing, not enough cleavage, general sagging (the natural result of aging), a collection of stretched-out bras that no longer fit well, etc. The simple, effective, and inexpensive Bra Bridge fixes all of these issues and helps women feel more confident!


Bra Bridge is a fashion must-have that helps shape your breasts, lifts and holds them in place, reduces sagging, bouncing and side boob, and create a custom fit for your bra. It will help you feel better and look better every day no matter what your bra size! Bra Bridge is a clip that attaches to both cups of your bra and pulls your breasts in and forward, creating a slimmer, more flattering look every day and in every outfit. It will help you boost confidence in your appearance every day! See what some other women think of Bra Bridge here.

For more information, visit Bra Bridge’s website and check them out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Posted by on May 4, 2018 in Cover Story, New Fashion Products | 0 comments

Kloters is a male fashion brand founded three years ago with the purpose of making “Feeling Good” true for all who wear it. Three different attributes are the basis of all our products: Comfort, Style and Sustainability. The first collection was presented in June 2015 at Palais de la Bourse in Paris. The refined cotton products had quick success with international buyers. In a very short time distribution reached 17 countries through 110 luxury multibrand stores. Japan, Korea, China, Germany, France, United Kingdom are some of the countries where the brand is sold. From 2016 Kloters refocused on direct channels, with the aim of being closer to the final customer. Kloters opened the e-shop ( and in April 2016 a first flagship store in Turin – which is also its operational headquarters. In June 2017, Kloters opened a second store in Alassio.


RepAir is a revolutionary project that goes beyond the traditional concept of green fashion.

In 2018 it launches RepAir, a clothing collection capable of cleaning the air by capturing pollutants, as part of its plan to continue living the brand’s philosophy and creating a more sustainable fashion world. Anemotech s.r.l. is an Italian start up born in 2014 to study and develop products aimed at improving the quality of people’s lives.






Anemotech® research produced “the Breath®” technology, a fabric made of three layers¸ that work in synergy to capture and retain pollutants, bacteria and unpleasant odours. “the Breath” is patented and certificated according to ISO, ANSI /AHAM AC – 1- 2002 standards


Territa Torres Designs

Posted by on Apr 12, 2018 in Designers | 0 comments

Territa Torres Designs

For too many years, the pleat has caught a bad rap as being a horrible detail on an ugly bridesmaid dress. We all have been to a wedding boutique for one reason or another, be it we were the bride selecting bridesmaid dresses or the bridesmaid walking with the bride trying to keep the arm strength together to prevent the tower of ugly bridesmaid dresses from toppling. But have you ever looked at the pleat? The exquisite appearance of the folds as they create an allusive appearance of a stylish staircase. Leading the wearer into the future of women’s wear. Today’s modern woman dreams of attending red carpet events, black tie balls and upscale elite society events, but once she is snapped back into reality; she does not live such a lifestyle.

Instead today’s modern female is a driven force to be met with head on in the business world. Her hobbies are no longer a small room in the home, but a goal that has been given its marching orders to build a successful empire. Turning a small hobby and dream into a larger than life career and mission to form a solid foundation in order to make the biggest leap from dreamer to doer. She cannot get her errands done in a form fitted mermaid style dress with a ridiculously long train. Instead she needs luxurious ready to wear knit that is flexible and movable for her while she is running from meeting to meeting. Beautiful, breathable knit that is comfortable and soft for those long hours sitting in traffic trying to drive from work to school to home life. Adding Territa Torres Designs innovated pleats, will provide a sense of uniqueness and fashion forward feel to the wearer while including a sense of confidence and showcasing her bolder side of her personality.

Pleat placement is the most important key factor when creating and designing for our brand. For instance, playing with the side seam of the common trouser gives it a fierce personality. Manipulating darts and playing with style lines gives the wearer the one of a kind feel we want to encompass for the brand. Pleats are not and should have never been in the category of hideous detail. The pleat itself lives in light and dark, the top fold dances with refracting light playing in the iridescence of the fabric while the tight cascading folds allow the shadows to play a game of peek a boo.

In closing, Territa Torres Designs is an emerging exclusive brand. Our designs are head turners and show stoppers. Our sales are small but show great promise. Our following is small but shows steady growth. Our collection pieces will make the viewer smile with enthusiasm and leave them wanting to see more. That statement we can proudly and strongly stand behind. SHOP NOW

Jaba PoP Art

Posted by on Mar 28, 2018 in Art, Cover Story, Design | 0 comments

Jaba Pop Art


Pop art is an art movement that emerged in the mid-1950s in Britain and the late 1950s in the United States.[1]Among the early artists that shaped the pop art movement were Eduardo Paolozzi and Richard Hamilton inBritain, and Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns in the United States. Pop art presented a challenge to traditions of fine art by including imagery from popular culture such as advertising and news. In pop art, material is sometimes visually removed from its known context, isolated, and/or combined with unrelated material.[1][2]

Pop art employs aspects of mass culture, such as advertising, comic books and mundane cultural objects. One of its aims is to use images of popular (as opposed to elitist) culture in art, emphasizing the banal or kitschyelements of any culture, most often through the use of irony.[2] It is also associated with the artists’ use of mechanical means of reproduction or rendering techniques.

Pop art is widely interpreted as a reaction to the then-dominant ideas of abstract expressionism, as well as an expansion of those ideas.[3] Due to its utilization of found objects and images, it is similar to Dada. Pop art andminimalism are considered to be art movements that precede postmodern art, or are some of the earliest examples of postmodern art themselves.[4]

Pop art often takes imagery that is currently in use in advertising. Product labeling and logos figure prominently in the imagery chosen by pop artists, seen in the labels of Campbell’s Soup Cans, by Andy Warhol. Even the labeling on the outside of a shipping box containing food items for retail has been used as subject matter in pop art, as demonstrated by Warhol’s Campbell’s Tomato Juice Box, 1964













POP ART by JABA from Georgia

Daniel Hernandez

Posted by on Mar 12, 2018 in Cover Story, Fashion Weeks | 0 comments

Daniel Hernandez

International award winning fashion designer  Daniel Hernández is a Hispanic-American entrepreneur born in Colombia South America,  with awards out of New York, Las Vegas, Amsterdam, established brands such as Banana Republic and Alfred Fiandaca. Hernández is an stablished artist out of Boston since 2002 and has been published in several cities in the united states, Italy, France and Latin America.

Hernández heads DH Studios Inc., a life-Style brand awarded the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 2006 “Young Entrepreneur for Massachusetts and New England”  Daniel studied at Boston’s School of Fashion Design on Newbury Street, and in Paris at the abroad program of New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology.

In March 2010, Hernández received first prize in the inaugural international contest for fashion designers, in  a web-based competition, presented by, described as “the first community- driven fashion brand.” Hernández’ s designs were selected from among those entered by 72 designers, representing a dozen countries. He then had the opportunity to create the first fashion collection for that company, whose headquarters is in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Daniel has a strong connection to his community and uses his talents to improve his surroundings. A firm believer in continuing education, Daniel supports the Boston Center for Adult Education in which he has been teaching for over ten years. Daniel is fluent in English, Spanish and French. Recently he was invited to teach a beauty class in Harvard University entitled “Cosmetics 101” 

Leesa Gill

Posted by on Jan 29, 2018 in Cover Story | 0 comments

Leesa Gill is the founder and designer of Black n Bling.   Hailing from Queensland Australia, Leesa now resides on the beautiful Gold Coast with her husband and two sons.

Leesa’s previous career spans 25 years as Chief Financial Officer for her family owned and operated event rental group of companies.  An astute business woman, Leesa has been instrumental in turning a small family operation into what is today an extensive portfolio of family businesses.  She has personally accumulated many awards and distinctions in the industry.

Leesa took the bold step to leave the helm of her families operations to pursue her lifelong passion for fashion and design her own label which made its debut at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Festival in Brisbane during August 2017.

Warm and down to earth, Leesa’s love of Australia and the Gold Coast lifestyle shines through in her stunning collection of easy wear pieces for any occasion.  The carefully thought through designs of her range epitomise Leesa’s own signature style of layering pieces that are created in sleek fabrics and combining them with the elegance of basic black. 

Wearable Art Omaha

Posted by on Dec 15, 2017 in Art, Design | 0 comments

WearableArtOmaha (WAO) is a clothing company collaboration between owner and fashion designer Michael Brewer, and his father, former Air Force Captain, mathematician, and computer programmer turned artist and painter, Ken Brewer. The goal of this fashion startup has been to create beautiful clothing out of Ken Brewer’s paintings.

Wearable Art Omaha

Michael Brewer designer founder of Wearable Art Omaha

WAO, based in Omaha, Nebraska, focuses on ready-to-wear fashion, athleisure, and activewear. At this time, the original paintings being used for this apparel are eclectic, abstract acrylics, that boast wild, natural scenes, and bright colors. When transferred to the clothing, the outcome is bold, feminine, and eye-catching. Next up for WAO is a line that highlights Ken Brewer’s geometric paintings.

Having launched the brand in late 2017, WAO is diligently working on creating and launching with the goal of reaching a worldwide audience.  Even though the brand is just starting, WAO was discovered on Instagram by the Raw Artists organization, and will be a featured fashion designer at Raw Omaha’s Envision event on January 25, 2018. Further, WAO is in talks with several fashion week events around the country, with the goal of showing as an emerging designer at these events throughout 2018.

Michael Brewer started WAO as a tribute to his father’s paintings, with the simple goal of getting them in front of more people. While working on this, he was reminded that his mother, who recently passed away, was a commercial seamstress when he was very young, and also made all of his clothes until he was about six years old. With these things fueling his drive, the company has grown from that idea into a rapidly expanding apparel company, in less than two months, and shows no signs of slowing anytime soon.


Posted by on Dec 15, 2017 in Cover Story, Designers | 0 comments

Sarakaray is a Kenyan based luxury clothing/fashion brand that is bold, exquisite, out of the box and high end. Launched in 2012, she set out to revolutionize the Kenyan fashion industry. Sarakaray blends bold, extravagant prints with subtle hues; and transforms them into sexy, feminine and chic attire. The last collections in 2014/ 2015  Sarakaray collections was  based off the elements: EARTH, AIR, FIRE & WATER. With a strong eye for tailoring and fit, the clothing line aims to create outfits that compliment every size. Sarakaray believes that every figure can look good in a custom made outfit at the hand of a creative designer. 

2018 Newest Collection will be showcased in February at International Fashion Week held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Buyers  may reserve  a front row seat for the exclusive runway show event and to receive more details  on the collection being featured in February at  Fashion Week Las Vegas  – contact Carmen Blair at the International Fashion House  USA Wholesale Contact



Hadascha New Habini Hat

Posted by on Oct 19, 2017 in Cover Story, New Fashion Products | 0 comments

Hadascha’s New Habini Hat launches in 2018

Hadascha Brutus has created a new elegant accessory for the elegant women

The Arabian Queen Habini Hat is inspired by Royalty, the woman that puts this hat on is elegant, she walks with grace and speaks with power in her tone. She is a timeless beauty and she has royalty in her DNA.
The Blanc (white) Faux Satin Cap is 100% Silk Chiffon fabric, custom cut and sewn.

Fina Catrina

Posted by on Oct 15, 2017 in Designers | 0 comments

Fina Catrina is a Mexican company founded in 2012, they seek to transmit Mexican art, Conformed by a designer and 27 Guanajuato artists. The purpose is to promote Mexican art and the artists. The designs are totally inspired by mexican history, culture and roots, from the culture of Huichol, Otomí, Paquime, Talavera creating works that show the beauty of the country, that revive their past , in such a unique way.  They  have hand painted bags ,  which is painted onto leather and they also have a collection  with leather interiors, as well as beautifully painted outside the leather bags are one of kind and a must see.

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