With a distinctly LA vibe, this season Mint Velvet opts for a relaxed and glamorous Californian style; from fresh sporty white on white, beachy pantsuits paired with easy sneakers, and a grown-up chic 70s look. The overriding trend for Mint Velvet is in a new femininity of soft chalky whites and neutrals, cosmetic hues and romantic florals, with a touch of lingerie lace fabrics and trims, and pretty flowing ruffled layers. There’s a continuation of the sport luxe look this season, and the new athleisure take on the trend has made it even easier and more feminine than before, in softer handle fabrics and new utility details, like pinafore and dungaree styling. Modern prints and new longer line tunic silhouettes feature in this collection and simple unstructured coats, with the focus on a deconstructed feel.
Everything Will Be Alright In The End Los Angeles, CA s Weezer recently released their highly anticipated ninth album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End. Produced by Ric Ocasek, who previously helmed production on the band s first and third records (The Blue Album and The Green Album), Everything Will Be Alright In The […]
Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong and Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Norah Jones team up for Foreverly, a collection inspired by The Everly Brothers’ Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, an album of traditional Americana songs that the brothers reinterpreted, recorded and released in 1958.
By Arthur Murray The elegant sweeping movement of the Waltz gives dancers a chance to practice balance and to move lightly with ease. arthurmurraydubai.ae History Considered the mother of present day dances, the Waltz began in southern Germany in the seventeenth century. The popularity of the Waltz grew with the music of Johann […]