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If summer is still a bit far, the mild temperatures of the moment make us want to bring out our little light dresses. That’s good, we found the one that all women have been fighting for a few days and it should please you.

A few weeks ago, we discovered the pair of sandals that obsessed all fashionistas. And if you follow the latest trends of the moment, you certainly have not escaped! These white leather sandals signed Mango seduce in particular by their originality and their small side nineties. But more recently, this is another piece of the same brand that the influencers are all tearing up. This is a cream-colored satin wrap dress. In addition to enjoying the cut, women love the fact that it is split at the front and is long. Exit the mini-dresses! This season, it is the midi dresses and long dresses that will punctuate our summer and this for our greatest happiness. The bloggers have already adopted and it is definitely the dress that must have in his dressing room. And icing on the cake, it is available in all Mango stores and on their online site at a reasonable price

The dress that we absolutely need

This is clearly the star dress of the summer of 2018 and we only want to slip in when temperatures rise a little. It must be said that it has everything to please us! With its multiple ruffles, its wrap-over cut and fluid sleeves, this dress has the advantage of sublimating all the silhouettes but also all skin tones. His other strong point? It is ultra light and will be perfect for hot days. Finally, it can be worn with a pair of flat sandals as well as a pair of sandals for the evening. And if you have cracked, we advise you to go quickly take a look at their site online because it may be out of stock quickly. It is available at a price of € 89.99 and should also be sold at all points of sale of the Spanish brand. So if you go to Mango in the coming days and you come across it, do not hesitate to try it.

The most beautiful summer dresses of the stars

If summer is still a bit far, the mild temperatures of the moment make us want to bring out our little light dresses. That’s good, we found the one that all women have been fighting for a few days and it should please you

A few weeks ago, we discovered the pair of sandals that obsessed all fashionistas. And if you follow the latest trends of the moment, you certainly have not escaped! These white leather sandals signed Mango seduce in particular by their originality and their small side nineties. But more recently, this is another piece of the same brand that the influencers are all tearing up. This is a cream-colored satin wrap dress. In addition to enjoying the cut, women love the fact that it is split at the front and is long. Exit the mini-dresses! This season, it is the midi dresses and long dresses that will punctuate our summer and this for our greatest happiness. The bloggers have already adopted and it is definitely the dress that must have in his dressing room. And icing on the cake, it is available in all Mango stores and on their online site at a reasonable price!

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The model children of the Web

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They are 2, 6 or 10 years old and are already posing as real models. Launched by parents keen on style, blogs featuring children with a very studied look multiply on the Web. A marketing showcase for chic children’s fashion brands.

At the age when some wipe their fingers full of jam on their T-shirt, others pose. Three quarters, with a nonchalance worked, hand in hand, Ray-Ban Aviator on the nose … Alonso Mateo for example. At the age of 5, this amateur model is stirring the fashion victims of the Web. His portraits in Gucci, Dior or Little Marc Jacobs, posted by his mother, a Mexican stylist based in the United States, on the site of Instagram photo and video sharing delight more than 22,400 fans – some do not hesitate to wait for him in front of his house for an autograph.

For two years, blogs and sites Anglo-Saxon exposing hundreds of children under 6 years carefully crafted on the Web flourish. A trend that has grown in recent months. The Children With Swag site allows you to post a photograph of his hyperstyled offspring. “My daughter is very fashionable and I like to post her pictures for people to be inspired by,” says Careena Daly, a 25-year-old mother of a 2 and a half-year-old daughter. posted a picture in panther leggings … Meanwhile, Erica Tashiro, who launched the blog Hide And Go (Style), photographs children “safe and happy, who do not dress to impress or display brands but have a unique sense of fashion “. Planet Awesome Kid, a showcase blog for a New York children’s casting agency, highlights “kids street style” to “pay tribute to the individualism and spirit of children around the world”. Here, all the brands worn by the kids are mentioned.

EVOLUTION OF THE STATUS OF CHILDREN

Because all these blogs and sites testify above all the vitality of the chic child fashion. “As a marketing system, it has existed since the end of the 19th century,” says historian Aude Le Guennec, “but there has been a revival since the 1980s, and for the past ten years it has even become an economic issue for brands. luxury.” Since 2010, no less than thirteen houses have launched children’s collections, from Paul Smith Junior to Young Versace, through Little Marc Jacobs or Lanvin Petite. This sector, which accounts for 4.5% of the world’s luxury ready-to-wear (1.9 billion euros, according to the research firm Eurostaf), is more resilient to the crisis than that for adults. A craze that can be explained in particular by the evolution of the status of children in the family and in society. Highly cared for, they are designed later, in smaller families, often enjoying a higher purchasing power.

“We live in a consumer society where image and style are important,” says British sociologist Jane Pilcher. But for this specialist in the report of children in fashion, the “staging” of children does not date from today: “At all times, they were used by their parents to display their social status. old and the photographs, they were dressed like trophies, in extremely luxurious clothes, and these portraits were hanging on the walls or on the mantelpiece for family and friends. ” So it’s mostly the scale that has changed. On the blog The Tiny Times, a Canadian expatriate in Australia staged her son Marshall since his first months, from all angles and labels. At 2 years old, the little boy captivates more than 7,000 subscribers.

But make no mistake. These very stylish children do not necessarily reflect the tastes of the little ones. According to studies conducted by Jane Pilcher, when it comes to choosing their clothes, the absolute criterion retained by children is comfort. We want to please mom, provided you can slide on the slide.

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Bride, Fiancee and Mistress: 3 women surprise their men with their clothes

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Most married women have very different bodily relationships with their partner compared to their unmarried friends. In a way, it is possible that it is free and safe, and that it is inhibited and restricted in some other way.

The married woman in this story realizes how different all their experiences are when she and her unmarried friends decide to try something different.

I had lunch with two of my unmarried friends.

One is engaged, the other is a mistress, and of course, I have been married for more than twenty years.

We discussed our relationships and finally, the conversation turned to the physical. We decided, to laugh, to surprise our partners by wearing a black leather bodice, stilettos and a mask on our eyes.

We agreed to meet again in a few days to exchange comments. That’s how it happened:

My sweetheart friend: The other night, when my fiance arrived, he found me with a black leather bodice, high stiletto heels and a mask.

Mistress: “Me too!” The other night, I met my lover at his desk and I wore a leather bodice and stiletto heels under a raincoat with a mask over his eyes.

When I opened the rain coat, he did not say a word, but we spent the craziest night ever

Then it was my turn to tell, so I told them what had happened: When my husband came home, I wore only a leather bodice, black stockings, stiletto heels and a mask on my eyes.

As soon as he came in and saw me, he said:

“What are we eating, Batman?”

She did not expect this answer! Marriages are often perceived as boring because some people choose to give up spontaneity for security reasons, and they seem to leave all the spark behind with their celibacy.

ANOTHER HISTORY OF COUPLE

After thirty years of marriage and frequent disputes, the couple decided to go and consult a marriage counselor.

The wife starts immediately in a long passionate tirade, it details each small problem of couple occurred during these 15 years. The sequel will surely make you laugh.

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French V.s American fashion

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French fashion versus American fashion

There are innumerable generalizations about the opposite approaches of French and American fashion: French women

prefer quality over quantity, American women would be more relaxed. But most are just the fruit of our imagination. To get closer to reality, we spoke to two women in the fashion industry: Valerie Steele, American fashion expert, and Anne Fontaine, French designer.

Valerie Steele is the director of the Fashion Institute of Technology Museum in New York, one of the best fashion schools in the country. She holds a Ph.D. from Yale where she specialized in fashion history, and was described as “one of the most fashionable women in fashion” by the Washington Post. In addition to organizing exhibitions, Valerie Steele is also the author of more than twenty books on the theme of fashion. Anne Fontaine is a French designer of Brazilian origin, famous for her innovative approach to the white blouse. Its eponymous brand, created twenty-three years ago, has nearly seventy shops worldwide, including twenty-five in the United States. The designer has lived in Manhattan for two years.

Valerie Steele is the director of the Fashion Institute of Technology Museum in New York, one of the best fashion schools in the country. She holds a Ph.D. from Yale where she specialized in fashion history, and was described as “one of the most fashionable women in fashion” by the Washington Post. In addition to organizing exhibitions, Valerie Steele is also the author of more than twenty books on the theme of fashion. Anne Fontaine is a French designer of Brazilian origin, famous for her innovative approach to the white blouse. Its eponymous brand, created twenty-three years ago, has nearly seventy shops worldwide, including twenty-five in the United States. The designer has lived in Manhattan for two years.

France-America: How would you define French and American fashion today?

Valerie Steele: It’s more complex than that. Stylists from around the world are based in Paris and all create different styles. In terms of attitude, stylists in Paris may be more likely to consider fashion as a form of avant-garde art whereas in America, we see fashion more like minimalist sportswear. This does not apply to all stylists. At Paris Fashion Week, not everyone gives in the “Parisian” style.

Anne Fontaine: In France, we have sewing in the blood. Paris saw the birth of haute couture and is still today the crossroads of fashion. There is a French elegance that women appropriate. They do not think that much about what they are going to wear whereas in the United States, women are more organized. An analogy to illustrate this statement: when American friends invite me to dinner, they plan a menu, search for recipes, and shop for them. When I invite friends to my house, I only say, “Well, what do I have in the fridge?

Tell us about “La Parisienne”, this classic French woman. Is she still there?

Anne Fontaine: “La Parisienne” is a woman who creates her own look. It does not depend on fashion, but is inspired by the small details. In France, we never try to draw attention to ourselves.

Valerie Steele: It is a popular and tenacious myth, which is an integral part of the image of Parisian fashion, the Parisian who was more feminine and more elegant than other women. But even in the nineteenth century, it was not necessary to be born in Paris to be elegant; many foreigners went to Paris and adopted this look.

What about elegance? Does this term have the same meaning in France and the United States?

Valerie Steele: We can not speak of “American” elegance, but rather of a New York style, which is very refined and varies according to the different subgroups. In New York, the fashion of the Upper East Side is not the same as that of Chelsea or Brooklyn. I think that French women feel more comfortable wearing the simple Parisian chic with a touch of trend and some timeless like boots or trench coat.

Anne Fontaine: American elegance is more sophisticated than French elegance. For example, French women do not wear light makeup. A French woman would never wear a garment that reveals her form or skin. American women, on the other hand, accept themselves as they are and are not afraid of their bodies. I really appreciate this aspect, which is one of the most important things I’ve learned since I live in the United States. Last year, at a parade I was organizing in Boston, the manager chose ordinary women instead of traditional models, which are the norm in France. It was fantastic to see them wearing my clothes. In France, we are only beginning to adopt this mentality.

Do you have a French or American look or style of clothing that you prefer?

Valerie Steele: I dress like a ninja: black pants, black top and sneakers because I run all day. I love French brands Céline and Lemaire; I have several pairs of leather sneakers from Céline brand and Lemaire pants. However, if I had to choose a garment in my wardrobe, it would be a pair of Céline wool pants.

Anne Fontaine: My favorite French clothing is the white blouse, of course! Yves Saint-Laurent and her androgynous clothes inspired me a lot at the beginning of my creative career. I also love American leggings. Women are starting to wear leggings in France, but it is not yet in the habit. I recently launched a line of casual clothes that includes leggings. I think living in New York is not for nothing.

What do you think is the worst faux pas in terms of fashion?

Valerie Steele: One of the classic mistakes is not knowing clearly who you are and therefore wearing clothes that do not fit your personality or lifestyle.

Anne Fontaine: It’s called “living in the French way”. When we are ourselves, we are beautiful no matter what we wear. In New York, I love people who wear fancy clothes, because they reflect who they are. That’s what makes them sublime.

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