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Entries from October 2011

Fashion Trivia – Bass Shoes

Posted by Rebekah Roy on October 31st, 2011

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At a press day I was introduced to the brand Bass shoes – they are an old American company that started making men’s shoes in the 1870’s. During World War I, the Bass Aviation Boot was the official boot for the US Army but it was James Dean and Michael Jackson who made them cool – Michael Jackson moonwalked in Bass shoes!

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Happy Halloween!

Posted by Rebekah Roy on October 29th, 2011

Halloween Oranges Group(2) Happy Halloween!

Oranges might not be your typical Halloween fruit but they are orange and perfect to draw on. I had a little Halloween dinner and my guests, being some very talented creative people, drew some lovely and frightening faces for Halloween!

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                  Andy Bumpas                              Natasha Cowen

Halloween Orange Happy Halloween!Halloween MichaelaWenkert(1) Happy Halloween!

                           ?                                      Michaela Wenkert

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Fashion Dog – Brian

Posted by Rebekah Roy on October 27th, 2011

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This is Brian – a rescued greyhound who can often be spotted at Trace PR.

 

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Full Figured Fashion Week by Vice UK with Charlet Duboc

Posted by Rebekah Roy on October 26th, 2011

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I was invited to a preview screening of Full Figured Fashion Week – part of a series Fashion Week Internationale by Vice Magazine. I knew it was going to be interesting because it was by Vice. The series focuses on the other fashion weeks around the world. London, New York, Paris and Milan are known as the fashion capitals of the world but fashion happens everywhere and that’s what this series is exploring.

The host of the film is the disarming (and model thin) Charlet Duboc, who refers to herself in the film as an empty figured person. After seeing this short film I felt empowered and tearful. I know everyone has the right to feel beautiful regardless of size and colour but self-esteem is a delicate thing and if you’re a big woman and can’t find a beautiful dress that fits you, it’s like being told you’re not good enough or beautiful enough to wear a dress. The film is strictly a documentary – it’s more like an account of the personal journey of Charlet, who said Full Figured Fashion Week’s after party on the cruise was “the best fashion party I’d ever been to.”

Vice is planning to continue the series – watch out for upcoming episodes on Colombia (which I also got a preview of – just see if you can watch it all the way through without looking away!), and we got a sneak peak at the upcoming episode on Las Vegas, which as expected looks like it will be pretty outrageous!

The first of the series is Islamabad Fashion Week, which is on Vice’s website and is mesmerizing – the most memorable part to me is where Charlet’s host explains in a matter-of-fact tone not to worry about getting kidnapped because in their culture women aren’t as valuable so it’s only men who get kidnapped. Cold comfort…

 

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Parker Ingenuity Pen!

Posted by Rebekah Roy on October 25th, 2011

parker INGENUITY pens Parker Ingenuity Pen!

One of the simple pleasures in life is having a new writing pen, especially for London Fashion Week. I was lucky enough to receive a Parker Ingenuity pen, which is brown with rose gold – beautiful! It’s has a hybrid flexible writing tip which moulds to ones writing style – it’s a like a fountain pen with none of the mess or worry about spilling ink. I wish I wrote beautifuly (like my mum) as my handwriting is a bit messy but somehow it just seems nicer with a beautiful pen.

It’s interesting in this digital age that the pen is still a status symbol – I’ve had numerous compliments on my pen!

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