Eva Fydrych wearing Bôhten sunglasses (Cefalu, Italy)
Sunglasses, an essential summer accessory, are an important element of a trendy outfit. This season, the bigger and brighter, the better!
Founded in 2012, Bôhten manufactures and designs eco luxury glasses made from reclaimed material sourced from West Africa. All frames are super light and go well with various outfits. Perfect for travelling!
Bohten sunglasses (Photo by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)
Be it skinny, boyfriend, flared or cropped, ripped jeans is one denim trend that is still going strong.
Whether you pair it with a floaty blouse and sneakers for a daytime look, or a silky camisole and killer heels for a night out in town, ripped jeans add a definite edge to your outfit.
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This is arguably one of the most versatile piece of clothing you can bring. A slip dress can be worn various ways. Throw it on and pair with comfy sandals for a day of sightseeing, with a sweater for a lovely dinner, or even over your swimsuit for some cover up for an evening stroll on the beach.
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While the floral print trend has been in full bloom for as long as we can remember, it is still one of the best ways to freshen up your wardrobe and get ready for the summer season. Fabulous florals combined with simple, minimalist accessories, will never go out of style.
If you are looking for a more edgy look, try mixing florals with other prints and adding bold accessories such as statement jewellery or oversized sunglasses.
Duro Olowu Spring/Summer 2017 (Photo courtesy of the designer)
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Chico de Barrio Brand, which was actually established in 2003 in Spain, Jamal’s outlook on fashion is not that of a typical designer, he strives to promote human rights as well as protection for the environment through his line by the establishment of an artisanal association, which has worked for generations, manufacturing garments using only natural and organic materials.
Born and raised in Madrid, Jamal Calle is inspired by all aspects of life from the vibrant culture of music from his country, hip-hop, art, dance, theatre, and the deep rooted Al Andalusian identity that drives his fashion line. As an adolescent, Jamal was heavily involved in the hip-hop and graffiti scene of Madrid,Continuing His love of the arts, he travelled throughout Asia and Europe picking up inspiration from every country’s expression of art as well as the human beings he encountered.
Fashion jewellery designer with over 25 years of experience with PR and journalism background. Originally from Poland, now lives in London.
'Giebultowski' jewellery is made of countless ever moving pieces as well as unusually oversized and over decorated and full of striking contrasts of colours, shapes and textures. No other jewellery is also decorated with wire spikes.
'AlmostWhite' marks a departure from organic shapes and inspirations towards geometry and architecture. Large size pieces are colourless and made of hundreds of repeatable elements cut out of plastic milk bottles. Over twelve hundred plastic bottles were used to make this collection. Most of other components are also recycled from previous works.