December 2020
Sunday, 27 December 2020 18:31

Nitho handmade Jewellery from Greece

Nitho means spin. Spinning is an ancient textile art form in which plant, animal or synthetic fibres are drawn out and twisted together to form yarn, by simple hand tools, the spindle and the distaff.

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There are many reasons why brands need to work constantly to become more sustainable.

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Your gifts are all wrapped, the turkey’s in the fridge, and that yummy Christmas pudding is all set to be cooked. Now all that is left is to dress and style your Christmas table.

Here are four of my favourite table settings for a uncomplicated, warm and family focused Christmas. They are super easy to replicate and make your own and they will impress everyone at the table.

Natural Wonders

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Create an uncomplicated organic setting with pinecones and wheat. The gingham tablecloth and natural rattan tablemats add ease and comfort to this table-style. The silverware and the simple fanned-out napkin adds flair and style.

A Pop Of Plaid

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Keep it simple but with a touch of drama. The black and red paired with the blue and a sprinkle of green is warm and inviting. The added pearl detail around the plain rolled napkin gives a touch of understated elegance.

Festive Scene

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The mix of green, cream, and browns paired with the red accents creates the perfect unembellished table setting. The paired potted greenery like rosemary, dried potpourri sets of beautifully against the red pillar candles, and the Christmas horse and nutcracker ornaments. The gold fabric runner complements the natural elements like the wooden bowl and the table beautifully. This is just simplicity at its best.

Eco Subtlety

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Subtle touches of gold are definitely something to celebrate because they add festive charm to your table. And this table is just so straightforward. are no The perfectly placed baubles around the mini Christmas tree adds festive charm to the table. It is easy going, eco- stylish with just a touch of glam with the gold cutlery.

Things To Remember When Styling Your Table:

Use what you already have in your home and create unexpected combinations that will make your table uniquely yours and take your Christmas table to the next level.

Choose a theme - Start by matching the colors to your dining room or Christmas decorations. Opt for a simple tablecloth and pair it with a decorative table runner to create your centerpiece.

Create homemade place settings - Homemade place settings is a great way to welcome your guests to the table and adds a personal touch.

Choose your centrepiece carefully - Your centerpiece is the focal point of your table, but you do not want it to take up too much space. So, pick candelabras or vases with narrow bases so you can still see across the table and have plenty of space for the food.

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Tuesday, 22 December 2020 13:59

Fashions Finest Loves GoBo

Meet GoBo. The naturally nurturing, a breath of fresh air for your underarms! Utilising the powerful properties of glycolic acid - already proving highly popular in deodorant products over in the USA - GoBo creates beautifully smooth and soft underarms that can sweat naturally without the inconvenience of embarrassing odour.

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We girls have tried GoBo here at Fashions Finest, and we can promise that it really does live up to it’s promises. For the two weeks we have been using this roll-on, we have experienced the subtle, pretty but not overpowering scent, and all day freshness it brings. This roll on deodorant is the UK's first AHA-formulated deodorant that effectively eliminates odours whilst allowing your body to perspire naturally.

Pesky bacteria is killed deep within the dermis while the top layer of skin is gently exfoliated, removing dead skin cells - both of which contribute to the dreaded B.O. The result is a natural 'deep-clean' which helps eliminate deep stubborn sweat and grime build-up - ideal to detox your underarms from years of heavy deodorant use in order to switch to a natural aluminium-free deodorant.

Naturally nurturing, GoBo can also be used between skin folds and under breasts to prevent or neutralise body odour. For excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis, GoBo can be used under an antiperspirant deodorant to prevent odour and then can be reapplied throughout the day if persistent body odour occurs.

Fashions Finest loves the natural active ingredients, which are actually good for your body, and not harmful, as many deodorant ingredients can be. Fragranced with natural floral waters, GoBo is aluminium-free, paraben-free, alcohol-free, essential oil-free and made in the UK.

GoBo's formulation also provides added benefits for healthy underarms, including helping to prevent in-growing hairs and painful blocked sweat glands and fading dark pigmentation caused by shaving

GoBo Deodorant is £9.99 and available from Lamonts and Co. Get online now, and do your skin a favour with GoBo Deodorant. We love it!

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Tuesday, 22 December 2020 13:27

Japan Meets Italy In “SEISHOU”

New Luxury Shoe Line Designed By Ikeda & Matsuzaki For Fratelli Borgioli combines Italian Craftsmanship With Japanese Style.

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“It gives us so much joy and enthusiasm to announce the launch of our edit with Select Fashion" Say designers Mandi and Anna.

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Friday, 18 December 2020 09:44

Revealed: The Top 10 Irish Influencers

We're living in an age where celebrity status is no longer confined to traditional 'celebrities'.

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Monday, 14 December 2020 11:51

The Last Butterfly In The World

Farhad Re designed this capsule collection to remind us that without nature, culture would not exist.

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Monday, 14 December 2020 09:58

Karnit Aharoni - A Shirt Story

Karnit Aharoni’s collection is inspired by the background and experience of the designer, as well as where she finds herself now.

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Early on in the year, luxury textile manufacturers AW Hainsworth sent out a challenge to Fashion Design students from UK based Universities to create their own ultra-modern garments.

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