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Designer vagina: This unusual fashion trend will be HUGE in 2018

GETTY DRESS TO IMPRESS: Vagina fashion trends are set to be big news this yearAs 2018 begins many of us will be on the hint for the latest fashion trend to hit the high streets. With the new year comes plenty of bonkers new fashion – and these vagina-inspired designs are no exception. In September, Namilia unveiled their bizarre collection, which took inspiration from the intimate female body part. Extreme flesh flashing outfits at Namilia fashion show Namilia fashion show during NYFW shocks with the most Extreme flesh flashing outfits.Getty ImagesGETTY RUNWAY HIT: The designs sang on the catwalk, but many thought they wouldn't work in real lifeItems in the range included jackets, decorative patches, shoes and vulva-adorned patchwork. Apparently, it took inspiration by Denis Diderot’s novel, The Indiscreet Jewels. The book tells the story about a sultan who suspects his mistress is cheating on him, which is probably why the collection has such a sexual feel to it. ETSY BAGS OF FUN..

Want bigger, perkier boobs? This bra can increase your cup size in ONE week

Want bigger boobs but too scared to go under the knife? We’ve got some great news for you. A new “miracle” vibrating bra that promises to increase your boob size in just seven days is set to be mass produced after successful trials around the world. Inventor Milan Milic, 33, says his “E Bra” not only enlarges breasts, it also makes them perkier. Women only have to wear the jiggling bra for five minutes, three times a day for a week. E BRA TRANSFORMATION: Ladies in America, Europe and China have trialled the new bra “The science behind the bra is increased blood circulation” Milan MilicLadies in America, Europe and China have trialled the bra under the eyes of doctors and have experienced growth of around 3.5 to 4cm – about one cup size. And the bra has even helped make uneven boobs more symmetrical. Milan’s girlfriend, Jelena Sabic, 26, who was the first to test the bra in 2012, has gone from an A cup to a D cup after using the incredible invention for three separate seven-day session..

How Much Is Donatella Versace Worth?

GettyNoam Galai / FilmMagic Thanks to FX's controversial series The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, the Versace family has been in spotlight of late—and they're not exactly happy about it. In the years since the late designer's untimely death, his sister Donatella (who is played by Penelope Cruz in the show) has become the face of the brand, serving as both its chief designer and vice president. Prior to taking the helm in 1997, she was known as her brother's "muse and critic." Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Gianni and Donatella Versace, circa 1996Getty The 62-year-old native of Calabria, Italy led the fashion brand to new heights with a valuation that was last reported at around $1.4 billion in 2014, when Blackstone Group purchased a 20-percent stake in the company, according to the New York Times. (Versace is privately owned and thus does not release its financials.) Donatella, who now serves as vice-president of the Versace Group ..

Top 7 Indian fashion designers

1. Sabyasachi Mukherjee He is one of the Associate Designer Members of Fashion Design Council of India and the youngest board member of the National Museum of Indian Cinema. He has designed costumes for Bollywood films such as Guzaarish, Baabul, Laaga Chunari Mein Daag, Raavan, and English Vinglish. Sabyasachi’s celebrity clientele also includes Rani Mukerji, Sridevi, Tabu, Shabana Azmi, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Sushmita Sen and Kareena Kapoor Khan to name a few. 2. Manish Malhotra Manish Malhotra started his career as a model while studying at the Elphinstone College in Mumbai. Though he did not have formal fashion design training, he was attracted towards costume design due to interest in clothes, costumes and art. His first film as a designer was Swarg for Juhi Chawla. He later won a Filmfare Costume Award for the film Rangeela. Since then, he has worked in costume design and styling for many actors and style icons. Malhotra has dressed some of the..

Gritty BBC thriller delves into the murder of Italian designer Gianni Versace

HE was the Italian design genius whose flamboyant style was adored by the likes of Naomi Campbell, Princess Diana, Elton John and Madonna. Gianni Versace ruled the fashion world until he was shot dead on the steps of his Miami Beach home on July 15, 1997. He was 50. FX Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramirez plays Gianni Versace in the new BBC thrillerTwo decades on, the mystery surrounding his death has been turned into a nine-part BBC thriller called The Assassination of Gianni Versace. The second series of FX's American Crime Stories franchise (the first tackled the case of US football star O.J. Simpson) is directed by award-winning Ryan Murphy, and stars Penelope Cruz, Ricky Martin, Edgar Ramirez and Darren Criss. Versace was killed execution-style, shot at point blank range in the back of the head as he opened the gates to his luxury, palazzo-style mansion. Usually, Versace would have an assistant from his home walk to the coffee shop to get his morning papers, but he decided to go h..

Snow babes: Victoria’s Secret models strip to skimpy swimwear in South Pole

JOSEPHINE SKRIVER INSTAGRAM / JASMINE TOOKES INSTAGRAM CRAZY: Jasmine Tookes and Josephine Skriver stripped down to their swimsuitsJasmine Tookes, 26, and Josephine Skriver, 24, braved the cold as they stripped to their swimsuits for a few cheeky snaps in Antarctica’s South Pole. The gorgeous models were in high spirits as they giggled and frolicked in the snow in -17C temperatures. Jasmine showed off her stunning figure in a white one-piece, while Josephine donned a bright pink swimsuit. JOSEPHINE SKRIVER / INSTAGRAM BEAUTIFUL: The duo braved the cold for a few cheeky snaps in Antarctica’s South Pole “Call us crazy ;)” Jasmine TookesThe lingerie-models both snapped a photo of themselves walking barefoot on the ice while posing for a quick picture. Jasmine posted the image on her Instagram story and wrote: “Call us crazy ;)”. The Danish model also uploaded the snap on her story and captioned it: “It’s freezing! But the results were totally worth it ;). Only @josephineskriver can get ..

‘The word FAT is positive’: Plus-size model encourages others to ditch the scales

A body-positive Instagram star is on a mission to change the way the world uses the word "fat". Julianna Mazzaei, known online as Jewelz, has been taunted about her weight her whole life. Despite this, she has learned to love her size 22 curves, and hopes that sharing her story will help more women to feel confident in their own skin. Size sexy: plus-size models Not all models are size zero. Check out our favourite hot 'plus-size' models who aren't afraid to flaunt their curves.During her childhood, Jewelz skipped school because she was constantly hounded by bullies. She remembered: “I hated school. There were so many times where I skipped school, the bullying was so bad. "I can give you probably a whole dictionary of names. Fatty, tub of lard, whale. “When people are making snarky comments about you behind your back or under their breath it’s harder to stand up for yourself and say what needs to be said.” BARCROFT MODEL BEHAVIOUR: Jewelz hopes to inspire others to be mo..

Ones To Watch For 2018: Fashion Designer George Murray

It's a joy to see so many unique designers being supported in a small market-place like ours. Here at IMAGE, we take pride in championing Irish design and the people at the forefront of its evolution and growth. These are the women and men who stand out from the crowd, have us craning our necks just to catch a glimpse, and who change our perceptions. Here, we meet designer and embroiderer George Murray. Having graduated from NCAD in 2015 with a degree in Textile Design, he specialises in hand embroidery and digital printing, and his designs and artwork are as intricate as they are labour intensive. He splits his time between designing and producing seasonal womenswear collections (available exclusively at OmDiva Boutique) while working in Cloth. Here, we take 5 to talk being carefree, Henri Matisse, staying in Ireland versus leaving, and the future of his brand. George Murray designs I have always loved embroidery. I feel like there is something very special about using such an a..

5 Designers Proving London's a Global Fashion Capital

While Paris, New York and Milan vie for the title of ultimate fashion capital of the universe, London reigns supreme as the city where the most interesting young designers, many from countries other than the UK, show their wares (Sorry NYC!) Here's a round-up of our five favorite shows from London Fashion Week: Men's, all world-class designers who reinforce London's position as a global fashion capital. Craig Green Only in London could you see a show like Craig Green's. He mixes super modern silhouettes and sporty details with hard-to-understand assemblages and constructions carried by the models that are more walking art installation than fashion ensemble. Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Charles Jeffrey won 2017's Emerging Menswear Designer of the Year at the British Fashion Awards and his show this season seems to encapsulate all the wonderful things we associate with London Fashion Week: The historical tailoring and brazen attitude of vintage Vivienne Westwood, ..

McQueen channel’s the iconic fashion designer’s intensity, but struggles with his tragedy

Considering the popularity of the fashion doc, McQueen seems long overdue. Not only a fashion great, the late Alexander McQueen was among a handful of designers embraced by the art world. His clothes were inventive and political and his runway shows were unparalleled. The audience actually gasped at his spring 1999 ready-to-wear show, for example, when robotic arms of the sort usually seen in a body shop splattered supermodel Shalom Harlow’s pouffy white dress with black paint. At its best, M..

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