Sometimes information about fashion can be as sleek and beautiful as the articles themselves. This is truely the case with Ohio State University grad Slavik Dizajn’s innovative infographic on the evolution of the bra. Take a trip through the fashion time portal and find out what year the term “bra” became popular.
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Lady Gaga’s fashion taste may seem out of this world, but her recent release is a tad more grounded. Recently, the space-age diva developed a pair of earphones for both the fashion and music conscious. Called “Heartbeat,” we’re sure the headphones will live up to the Gaga name!
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Need a quick shoe, purse or dress graphic for your webpage or project? Chris Spooner has a great down and dirty selection to choose from. Click here to Download
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How can the commercials not suck you in! A prescription medicine for fuller and longer eyelashes? Sounds wonderful - welcome to my medicine cabinet Latisse!
Expect a months supply to run about $120 and see full results in 2 to 4 months. Of course there are the potential side affects: 4 percent of users experience eye itching and redness, and it may also temporarily darken the skin of the eyelid, according to the manufacturer Allergan.
Here’s a BEFORE and then an AFTER pic. Impressive! Thanks tljA
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How many times have you used your teeth to open up a bottle of beer while your useless shoes just sat there on your feet? Well thanks to 5th Floor Productions, those heels can look both sexy and useful. Never miss a beat on the dance floor while you pop the tops with your bottle opening heel.
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The recent faux controversies about current First Lady Michelle Obama deciding to go sleeveless in her official portrait may very well have more to do with global warming then fashion choice. Looking back at the wardrobe of choice in First Lady’s official portraits throughout history, a disturbing trend seems to emerge. First Lady attire is in direct response to increasing global temperatures!
1. Jane Pierce. Consider that it would be 35 years until gasoline-fueled internal combustion engines were widely introduced when Mrs. Pierce served as First Lady. With a lack of lung choking smog from such an diabolical engine, the earth must have been a cold place to reside. Her response, naturally, was to wear tightly buttoned layers of black with warmth retaining head cover.
2. Eleanor Roosevelt. By 1933 the Golden Gate bridge was to begin construction, and automobiles blanketed the United States. With New Deal policies going into effect, the nations first stimulus package begins belching out more and more greenhouse gases. In response, Mrs. Roosevelt sports a ventilation promoting a blouse with a breezy plunging neck line.
3. Pat Nixon. Carbon emissions continue to rise and so does the temperature. However, 1969 brings us the beginning of the depletion of the earth’s ozone layer. In order to combat this two threat front, Mrs. Nixon turns to light, airy fabrics with maximum coverage from UV rays.
4. Michelle Obama. By 2009, industrial progress in developing countries have laid waste to the natural environment, causing a skyrocketing spike in CO2 emissions. As the media and activists have all but abandoned the cause for the precious ozone layer and dangerous UV light, Mrs. Obama takes the necessary step to reduce her body temperature in our global crock pot by going sleeveless.
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