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Brown and Black - Beauti-fall 2019

Brown and black are rocking Autumn-Winter 2019. The 1990s are making a comeback for a long time now. This years' AW19 collections are taking it to the next step. Brown used to dominate the scene and the streets at the beginning of the 1990s. Slowly, it went and became a color one tried to avoid. For a long time, retailers considered it a color you cannot sell. No more. In fact, according to "Who what wear", fashion buyer Lisa Aiken has said that it's a retail myth that you can't sell brown. The coming Autumn Winter 19 is set to prove that Brown is back, this time with an old and trusted companion - Black. At an unofficial talk we...

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Spring 2015 Trends : Dots and Stripes - Tips for Over 40 Fashionistas

By Roni RablA friend approached me and said: “I’m over 40. I’m not model-slim. I’m not as leggy or as pretty as they show in all of the magazines. I am looking for fashion trends, but all that I can find are photos of models wearing extreme outfits: wide-striped suits with a full on jungle looks. How can I avoid looking like a fashion victim and still feel good about wearing these trends?”First Tip: Look for a shop where you trust the owner or the sales associates. They will make sure that you leave the store with a big smile, getting both the value as well as look that you came for.The point of “Trend Forecasts” are to let us...

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Spring Summer 2015 trends

By Roni RablLooking outside it’s hard to believe spring is around the corner, but believe me - in two minutes you’ll be shoving your Lauren Vidal coat back to Storage and start getting ready for Spring! Every time a season starts,many of our customers email me with questions about the coming trends they should put an emphasis on, whether on a rack or on a display window, so to stand out as well as hit the spot with their customers. That’s why I decided to put together a list of Spring Summer 2015 trends, to share with everyone. To make it easier to digest, I split it into 2 posts. I would love to hear from you what your customers...

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