Almost as scary as the year 2020 itself, is the daunting thought that you still have not picked up a proper Halloween Costume. With Covid 19  a gruesome reality of 2020, sifting through bins of your local Halloween store might just give extra anxiety. So if going as a Black swan for 4th year in a row is not an option for you, here is a list of retailers that will ship you the costume of your dreams in no time. Spirit Halloween Usually, this Halloween Store pops up on

Since closures of the museums and most attractions in March due to COVID-19, to visit a public exhibit this past weekend was a very rare and satisfying treat.  Under the latest San Francisco city guidance, all indoor museums are now allowed to reopen, but with limited capacity. The DeYoung Museum is one of the first to reopen its’ long-awaited doors to the public for the exhibit Frida Khalo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving. The exhibit offers a perspective of the iconic artist that is unknown to most: It reveals the ways in

The notion that “sex sells” is a crude oversimplification of the role sex appeal plays in the marketing and advertising of modern businesses. Various elements of sex, or at the very least hints of sexuality, have been used in brand positioning for a range of industries for decades now. We’re no strangers to seductive ice-cream or fragrance commercials, and we’re familiar with alluring and intense, albeit professional photos of supermodels on magazine covers.  While we cannot become immune to the allure of such an approach, because we’re hardwired to find

With September in full swing, there is no better time to rethink our wardrobe and consider new trends to add to the rotation. Here are 6 trends spotted on the runways and influential fashionistas that will define the season’s trends ahead. Fringe Details It was the very last “regular” fashion month, as we knew it, where the trend appeared on the runway and street style elites. Designers like Bottega Veneta, Prada, and Dior are giving this trend a major come back. It is all about the unexpected fringe: explore items

The pandemic is testing many industries and requiring businesses to pivot in order to stay afloat. The fashion industry has been pushed to its limits and unfortunately, not all brands are surviving. Now instead of physical stores, brands are switching to digital platforms to make up for missing profits and getting creative with alternative business strategies. Here are some of the cool ways fashion is still surviving amongst a deadly global pandemic: Online revolution Brands are now mostly online, making the most of online sales opportunities and connections. Online has

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