Fashion Footwear Brand CENTRO Presents End Of Season Sale

Andrew M. Santos
It is said that one of the first things someone notices in your attire is your footwear! Which means footwear plays an important role in the first impression you make on people. Footwear today is no longer just about protecting your feet, it is an important accessory that helps you up your fashion game.

After a year where people confined to their homes, there is definitely a lot of catching up to do in 2021. With news about successful vaccine trials across the globe, 2021 has dawned with light at the end of the tunnel, ringing in renewed hope and aspirations. It is now time to celebrate and pamper those well-rested feet that are itching to step out. There can’t be a better time to revamp your footwear collection and step out with your best foot forward!

To help you do just that, South India’s Largest Multi Brand Footwear Chain

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How Coco Chanel changed the course of women’s fashion

Andrew M. Santos

Written by Marianna Cerini

Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel was one of the 20th century’s most influential couturiers. A milliner by training, she moved beyond hats to become a rebel and a trailblazer of the fashion world, creating a new sartorial style that freed women from corsets and lace frills by offering them sailor shirts and wide-leg pants instead.

“Nothing is more beautiful than freedom of the body,” she once said, and her designs lived by these words: Chanel’s silhouettes were fluid and androgynous, her designs loose and — in the case of her iconic little black dress, or LBD — democratic. She wanted women to move and breathe in her clothes, just like men did in theirs. Her work was, in many ways, a form of female emancipation.

Sunday marks 50 years since Chanel’s death, aged 87, though her legacy endures. As well as revolutionizing how we dress, she helped form

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Fashion: The rise of repair

Andrew M. Santos

© Provided by Hindustan Times

Last year was an “annus horribilis” for most of us, but for fashion, this reset was much needed, perhaps. As the pandemic made us more aware about the environment and ethical impact of fashion, everyone began talking about the five of fashion: Reduce, Re-wear, Recycle, Repair and Resell. Fashion magazines began addressing issues of consumption, re-wear became the new go-to hashtag for fashion influencers, recycling the new mantra of fashion designers, and secondary fashion websites saw their biggest growth. Designer Nimish Shah, creative director of Bhaane and one of the first designers in the Indian fashionscape to focus on conscious design, says, “All luxury watches offer repair services – then why not clothes?”  

 A renewed appeal 

In July last year, fashion brand Antar-Agni launched its Restore Love initiative, making repair and restoration service part of its design ethos. “The world has been obsessed

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Style, fashion play at President Biden’s inauguration

Andrew M. Santos

Inauguration Day was a bold and blue day.

The new first lady Jill Biden on Wednesday wore an ocean-blue dress by designer Alexandra O’Neill and matching long coat and gloves as she accompanied her husband, President Joe Biden.

President Biden donned a blue tie and blue suit and overcoat by Ralph Lauren as he was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.

America’s fashion industry was given a boost of confidence on Inauguration Day, according to CNN.

Jill Biden wore velvet cuffs and a dress embellished with Swarovski crystals and pearls (as well as a matching face mask) designed by Colorado-born designer Alexandra O’Neill of the emerging American label Markarian.

Pops of color were everywhere, specifically with Vice President Kamala Harris’ purple dress suit and black patent leather

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