Activities for #memory

  • hauturely posted 3 photos 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    Alexandra Moura Spring Summer 2019
    Alexandra Moura decided to take us down memory lane for her SS19 collection which referenced “her childhood memories” in such a beautiful way. “A girl from the city…going to the village to visit her grandparents and is taking in all that ambiance” was the way designer Alexandra Moura described the inspirati…[Read more]

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  • hauturely posted 2 photos 8 months, 1 week ago

    Escape from the Plastic Life – Hollywood Trading Company HTC Los Angeles Fall Winter 2018
    Vacuum sealed, like a film that separates history from time, the unchangeable from the daily life. The essence from the form, essence that remains visible to us, who float within the flux, legible but untouchable. Still enjoyable, it captures the moment in an…[Read more]

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  • KristinaSarkanyova posted a photo 11 months, 3 weeks ago

    If something define my #character, then it will also #define my way of playing. I never do any step without a #reason. I use every day my #strong #memory and #imagination, because I know that the ultimate #measure is not where I stand in the #moments of comfort and convenience, but where I stand at time of #challenge and #controversity. 28500127_1…[Read more]

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  • hauturely posted a photo 1 year, 4 months ago

    Tata Naka adds an edge to feminine nostalgia

    The designers Tamara and Natasha Surguladze took a walk down memory lane for their new SS18 collection. The sisters didn’t stray too far their universe of colorful stripes, prints and clean patterns. but did incorporate an edgier side with their latest.

    The presentation tooks place in the National P…[Read more]

    Tata Naka
  • austinrasmussen    hauturely 1 year, 4 months ago

    @hauturely

    Topic of the Month
    What is your first fashion memory?
    leave a comment on this post with your answer to the question
    #topicofthemonth

    • Con mis muñecas Barbie y Chabel, me gustaba hacerles estilismos, vestidos y peinarlas para una sesión de fotos ficticcia
      With my Barbie and Chabel dolls, I liked to make them looks, dresses and combs for a fictitious photo shoot.

    • I remember playing dress up with old fabrics of my grand-ma in her garden and her showing me how to draw fashion figures – I use to call them “madame”s.

    • As a child, I never let my mother dress me. That’s something I regret now as my choices were horrendous lol but it was definitely the start of expressing myself through my clothing. It felt liberating to be in control of how I put myself out there.

    • My first REAL fashion memory was around grade 6. I remember I would often match my shoes with my hoodie. I had a favourite green Burton hoodie that I wore basically everyday of which has so many memories with it that I still have it today.

    • My mother co-owned a children’s clothing store when I was growing up. I have wonderful memories trying on all the clothes with my sisters, and helping her tag garments on the floor.

    • When I was à child I used to play with dolls like nenuco,barriguitas( Mattel).
      And i wont forget Selena and Nancy.i spent lots of hours dressing them and already dreaming with beautiful clothes and à high-life style.
      I was frustrated because i never had à Barbie doll.
      But now im just trying to find m’y own style.

    • In my first year of middle school, I was really motivated to stand out with what I wore, but I stood out horrifically with the most insanely printed leggings!! I wore high ugg boots with them and some weird combo up top , it was just not pretty haha I feel like I’ve definitely learned how to stand out now in a unique yet coherent way lol #topicofthemonth

  • hauturely posted an update 1 year, 4 months ago

    Topic of the Month
    What is your first fashion memory?

    leave a comment on this post with your answer to the question
    #topicofthemonth

    • Con mis muñecas Barbie y Chabel, me gustaba hacerles estilismos, vestidos y peinarlas para una sesión de fotos ficticcia
      With my Barbie and Chabel dolls, I liked to make them looks, dresses and combs for a fictitious photo shoot.

    • I remember playing dress up with old fabrics of my grand-ma in her garden and her showing me how to draw fashion figures – I use to call them “madame”s.

    • As a child, I never let my mother dress me. That’s something I regret now as my choices were horrendous lol but it was definitely the start of expressing myself through my clothing. It felt liberating to be in control of how I put myself out there.

    • My first REAL fashion memory was around grade 6. I remember I would often match my shoes with my hoodie. I had a favourite green Burton hoodie that I wore basically everyday of which has so many memories with it that I still have it today.

    • My mother co-owned a children’s clothing store when I was growing up. I have wonderful memories trying on all the clothes with my sisters, and helping her tag garments on the floor.

    • When I was à child I used to play with dolls like nenuco,barriguitas( Mattel).
      And i wont forget Selena and Nancy.i spent lots of hours dressing them and already dreaming with beautiful clothes and à high-life style.
      I was frustrated because i never had à Barbie doll.
      But now im just trying to find m’y own style.

    • In my first year of middle school, I was really motivated to stand out with what I wore, but I stood out horrifically with the most insanely printed leggings!! I wore high ugg boots with them and some weird combo up top , it was just not pretty haha I feel like I’ve definitely learned how to stand out now in a unique yet coherent way lol #topicofthemonth

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