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A Brief History of Sewing Machines

Initially, sewing machines were manufactured for garment factory production lines, allowing for clothing to become uniformly mass-produced. It was French tailor Barthelemy Thimonnier who invented the first functioning sewing machine in 1830 for use in his garment factory. This original machine used only one thread and a hooked needle for …

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Stylish Women of the Zodiac

Aries These bold, arrogant and confident creatures are not afraid to flash a little leg or boast a low-cut top. When it comes to fashion, female Rams are self-styled leaders who love flashy, glamorous and sexy clothes. They are also the first to parade around in the latest trends. They …

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A Brief History of Streetwear

The term streetwear is common place in today’s fashion world. It is used to describe high quality clothing that draws influence from its surroundings. These influences tend to be from “the street” taking in everything that surrounds them, such as graffiti and much like graffiti sometimes express political and social …

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Fashion Tips: Women’s Dresses

It is fair to say that the majority of women love fashion and wearing beautiful clothing. It is probably equally fair to say, that only a minority of women choose to wear dresses as part of their clothing. There are many reasons for this, but mostly it is due to …

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How to Decorate a Boutique – What Beginners Don’t Know

Boutique owners share their must-haves, must-dos and cannot-live-without decorating tricks. Why is it critical to put in some effort, time and expenses to decorate a boutique store? A boutique is defined as a “small fashionable supermarket.” Most boutiques retail exclusive items, such as specialized gifts, jewelry, antiques and etc. For …

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How to Draw a Woman Without Clothes

Drawing a cloth-less woman has been a favourite subject. Pencil drawing is a basic source. Taking the help of this source, an artist would build a pencil portrait. The final painting could be in water colour, oil colour or acrylic; but the pencil art is basic necessity. While drawing with …

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