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Fashion for various thoughts

Miami fashion society is a greater extent the world made up of different people with different habits, thoughts, upbringing, characteristics and observations. It is very difficult for a person in creating a life for themselves to "get to know" in-depth, everyone they meet so they will be accepted and understood. How do people then communicate to understand and seek to understand by making the other person feel comfortable around them? 
Like in any profession, Miami Fashion participants do have commonly called rules of etiquette or manners and can also be done with visual cues such as open body posture, smiling, and good hygiene and wardrobe choices. These practices don't guarantee any positive results, but it will cut any pre-conceived notions from first impressions. So, most happenings in Miami Fashion events stay there.
Your wardrobe would fall into the same class and would be another one of your daily tasks during everyday life. Where vanity would come into play is if a person would believe that achieving a sense of style would be over-examining you in the mirror and believing that satisfaction is enough. The clothes and wardrobe combinations are an "outer skin" but no more. It only helps to create your "visual silhouette" to society and should make you feel comfortable being yourself. In other words, the rest is up to you.
Fashion's Night Out is just around the corner. Such event, Miami Fashion shows are worldwide initiative that promotes local retail businesses and celebrates the fashion Industry in Miami Fashion week. Each year, the celebration is bigger, more lavish, and more fabulous. This is the third year for this international fashion event and the promising biggest fashion party of them all. Expect in this event to know more about the best beauty swags in the fashion industry.

Beauty Trends For 2012

Oh crystal ball, oh crystal ball, what will the year hold for beauty trends? Will lips be bold, will eyeliner still be black and bold? The chances are good, says the crystal ball. Ahh shucks, throw out the crystal ball, no need to guess as many 2012 spring/summer fashion shows have hinted at what is to come for the year. Plus, being the beauty  trend-setter you are, Flair is sure you'll set your own trends as well. Let's see what you might be doing this year.
1. Statement lips - bold colours with a matte finish, which run the gamut of colours.
2. Winged eyes - Cat eyes are still in and were spotted at Dolce and Gabbana and Fendi fashion shows.
3. Metallic eyes - bold, thick spaterrings of gold were plastered over eyes, but you can tone it down without losing the bold effect.
4. Extreme smoky eyes - yes the smoky eye isn't going anywhere; the trend is to keep the eye messy.
5. No mascara - keep the lashes bare by eliminating; this is intended to give a more natural look.
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A Short History of Heels: Why Flats are the Footwear of the Proletariat

It’s true.  Flats are the footwear of the bourgeois and the proletariat.  And I’m not just saying that because they’re far more comfortable to wear at work than heels.  Indeed, I used to think of my favorite flats as a personal fashion bargain.  I would think to myself, “I’m trading a little bit of fashion fierceness for a whole lotta comfort.”  Never one to kill herself for fashion, I saw my flats as a sign of my own laid-back approach to life. My, how my approach to flats has changed since I learned about the history of heels.

Sometime during the early 1500s, heels were added to boots to help horse riders keep their foot in the stirrup.  Even before then, people often wore tall outer shoes to keep their delicate shoes out of street debris.  We have a Medici to thank for the idea of fashionable high heels.  Catherine Medici was the first aristocrat to turn her shoes into a statement of power.  She added two-inch heels to her shoes to give her a confidence boost for her presentation to the French court.  Catherine’s innovation soon became popular for both sexes.  Although figures like Mary Tudor strapped on heels to appear more impressive, France’s Louis XIV solidified the idea of heels representing social class. The Sun King declared that only nobility would be allowed to wear red heels, upon pain of death.  Furthermore, no one could wear heels higher than his own.  Louis’ heels were as high as five inches tall, and often included miniature depictions of battle scenes.
And here’s where flat shoes became a revolutionary symbol.  Heels had long been associated with social status and height– indeed, as Cameron Kippen writes for the British Journal of Podiatry, “The term ‘well-heeled’ is thought to relate to the habit of the rich towering over the poor,” thanks to high heels.  When Napoleon stormed through France during the Revolution, he banned heels.  Still, Marie Antoinette marched to her death at the guillotine in two-inch heels–the footwear equivalent of screaming, “Let them eat cake!” So, the next time that you opt for a flat shoe, don’t get down on yourself for not toughing out a tottering day on heels, like I do.  Instead, slip into your cozy flats and congratulate yourself on wearing anti-establishment kicks.