I read recently that when Europeans visit New York there are two things they notice: the extensive use of credit cards and the flying of Old Glory all over town.

That’s an excellent take on the Big Apple. Recently, I was standing on the corner of 7th Avenue and 11th Street waiting for the “Go” signal when I looked up and saw an American flag on the top floor of a 17-story building under construction.

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Let’s take the mystery out of the buying or wearing of a swimsuit by looking at all the options. Two elements to consider are: one’s age and figure. However, keep in mind that, in many Latin countries, both factors are discounted and the ladies wear what they want. Girl power!

 

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It's always a fun day on location for a photoshoot! This time we shot Lealyn in our new modal tee collection and, to freshen up the website, a few more shots in some of our best-selling layering tees. Here are a few behind the scenes shots.

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When writing these blogs I usually cover fashion, travel or other related topics. But now, we’re into summer, when things loosen up a bit, so I’m going to explore a new line of thought: The Sandwich.

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Panties, underwear, knickers, bottoms and the list goes on as to what that piece of fabric is called. Although underwear is a topic we don't always openly discuss, it's an important one.

In a nod to this sometimes taboo topic, we are going to talk underwear and offer some tips to help make your next knicker shopping experience enjoyable and productive.

 

 

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Starting last week, we took a close look at all the various shoe styles that are currently waiting to be snapped up by shoe-loving ladies. Here are seven more:

 

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Although it seems that many of us just got through winter, spring now seems to have slipped right past us. Women are wearing sleeveless dresses and shirts to the office already, and it got me thinking about ways to start getting into the summer mode.

Here are five items to start shopping for now to get you ready for summer:

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One of the most fantastic shoe tales of all-time must be the one involving Imelda Marcus, a former beauty queen and First Lady of the Philippines, from 1965 to 1986. After being forced to flee her home during a political coup, it was revealed that she left 3,000 pairs of shoes behind. Females worldwide gasped in awe and disbelief.

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The True Cost

June 01, 2015

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A new documentary came out on Friday in select cities called, The True Cost, that shines a light on the effects of "fast fashion". We all marvel every time we see an ad for a top that costs $9.95. How do they do it? Well, it isn't pretty. The "fast fashion" industry isn't sustainable as it is now but we, as individuals, have the power to make those changes.

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Those who take an idea and risk everything to make it work are often fascinating individuals. In this blog, I’d like to take a look at five companies that began with modest resources and ultimately found great success.

 

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