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A PERFECT COMBINATION, OF FASHION AND FUNCTIONALITY – Daniela Corte: Style for all

Balance, between practicality and excitement. Its open spaces (at both the east and west ends of the marketplace), are a common venue for various street performers. Quincy Market https://www.quincy-market.com/ is located in a historic area. Souvenirs to buy for your mementos in Boston. In this market, street vending space is available against the outside walls of the building, where stalls …

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A FASHION WORKING TO MAKE DREAMS REALITY – Kemi Kalikawe: The fashion designer that create for the stars

Overcoming obstacles on fashion chance Tanzanians are religious, and they also value modesty in dressing and this is reflect in their dressing. Generally, men wear pants and dress shirts. With tops that do not expose their cleavage, Tanzanian women wear skirts or dresses that go below the knee. In bright and colourful traditional cotton cloths, the kanga is a garment …

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AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD AN AFRICAN BRAND – Nkhensani Manganyi: Celebrate South Africa’s new sense of identity

Explore in a creative way what it means to dress African, in the 21st Century Everywhere, age and social position live through the clothes that people wear. The mix of cultures and ethnic groups of South Africa also offers you the opportunity to observe their style in dressing. The Ndebele tribe is renowned for its beaded decorations. In the Xhosa …

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VIVID COLOURS IN LUXURIOUS BOLD DRESSES – Carlos Miele: The rich in detail sexy style emanates from Brazilian roots

When you choose signature gowns alongside crochet and leatherwork If you are looking for great fashion houses, the right place is Rua Oscar Freire (in the elegant Dos Jardins district). The Paulista Avenue is the fulcrum of city purchases. Shopping in San Paolo is in every neighborhood for all those who want to buy big names, or find interesting offers. …

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HANDMADE FASHION PIECES, FROM URUGUAY – Margo Baridon: Getting nervous at every show, like it was the first time

Women’s clothing brand made in Uruguay You will find all the answers with CodyCross https://codycross.info/en/, but it will not help you dress. What kind of relationship do you have with your body and with your way of dressing? The dress communicates something about us to the world. Packaging clothes for a clientele is like spring dresses flower meadows. This is …

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THE FACE OF A PERFUME – Sofia Achaval de Montaigu: A perfect mix, between French and Argentine

Acheval Pampa,  revolutioning Paris fashion Good shoes to walk along the many paths, using light clothes to visit the north of the country. Mountain material to tackle the Andean peaks and warm clothes to visit the south and Patagonia. Everything depends on the areas you need to visit, as well as the time of year. Argentina is so large that …

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ECCENTRIC DESIGNER, WITH A HINT OF SPANISH FLAR – Lupe Gajardo: emerging fashion designer from Santiago, Chile

Traditional influences and avant garde style There is an important day for the Chileans; it arrived on September 18, el Dieciocho, a day of great popular festivals during which independence from Spain is celebrated. On this occasion, if you are traveling in Chile, you will see people wearing traditional costumes, while dance the cueca and gather to drink and eat, …

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DESIGNED TO YOUR MEASURE – Yirko Sivirich: Waiter and packager in supermarkets, but his dream was fashion design

Story in the world of fashion, based on hard work The climate of Peru is varied, due to the difference in altitude between the countries and its large extent. Do not forget hat, k-way and sunscreen, as well as light gym shoes. Any advice for your travel memories? Red dishes made with Quinua ceramics, or torito de pucara (a bull-shaped …

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A YOUNG DESIGNER, CREATIVE AND TALENTED – Celina Mersan: Evok femininity, into diversity

When is halfway, between elegant and romantic Mercado Cuatro, Asunción’s largest and busiest open-air bazaar, it is estled in a peaceful area. The tangled network of stalls offers travelers everything. Head to the stalls peddling handmade crafts, admiring hammocks and traditional clothes. If you are looking for an authentic piece of Paraguay, start at Folklore https://www.facebook.com/pages/Folklore-Artesania/266343267419161, where you will find …

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YOUNG AND PERSONAL VISION IN FASHION CREATIONS – Erika Wiese: Perpetuate and preserve Bolivian native culture, through design

Make fashion, using family heritage and the different cultures  The men of this city avoid traditional clothes; adopting clothing that is more western. In La Paz, Calle Sagarnaga and its surrounding streets host the largest tourist market in the city. Objects such as caps, sweaters, leg warmers, scarves and gloves are used to keep the cold away, while brightly colored …

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