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How to Combine Tights With Shoes and Clothes Correctly

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The first tights appeared, in the way we are used to seeing them, in the USA in the 1960s. This invention coincided with the start of the miniskirt trend. Before that, girls had to wear stockings and short outfits used to show their garter belts. Today, pantyhose are an essential element of a wardrobe but designers, bloggers, and simple users still continue to debate about how to wear them correctly and even whether to wear them at all.

You might notice that models and mannequins in clothing stores often show outfits without pantyhose. And very often the residents of colder regions have to choose a suitable pair of tights by themselves, with no guidance from stores or the runway.

We decided to figure out the rules for pairing tights with our clothing and if there are any no-nos we should look out for when wearing them.

There are really very few limits with wearing tights nowadays because fashion rules change every season which means you can bravely experiment. But, in order to look neat and well-groomed, you should know about some nuances, regularities, and fashion taboos.

You should consider several factors when choosing tights:

the environment and the clothing style appropriate for it (office work, formal or informal party, a walk in the city, etc.);

your age;

fashion trends and your own tastes;

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Billionaire Girls Club and ENVSN Launch Showcase For Artists of Color

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Pharrell’s Billionaire Girls Club has teamed up with ENVSN festival to host a virtual art showcase focusing on work from artists of color. ‘Stories of the HeART’ will be streamed via Instagram on Thursday at noon ET, featuring artists from the worlds of spoken world, photography, and painting. 

They include NYC writer, painter, and activist Ashley Chew, writer and poet Kyla Lacey, and a panel of photographers capturing the current civil rights movements across the world. Rising cinematographer Annie Bercy will also host a screener of her new project An Ode to the Strong & Proud Black Women in the 2000s.

You can see the full lineup and schedule on ENVSN Festival’s official website. The event is scheduled to start at 12 p.m. ET, and will run until 5 p.m. over on @billionairegirlsclub‘s Instagram and Hopin.


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A Billionaire Art Collector Is Commissioning a $1.5 Million Diamond-Studded Face Mask

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Imagine you have a cool $1.5 million sitting in your bank account right now, just waiting to be spent. 

Then imagine dropping that money on a bespoke, bedazzled face mask at the height of a global recession and pandemic that’s laid painfully bare what the stratification of wealth means for those on the lower end of the spectrum.

Well, that’s exactly what one art collector is doing. He’s commissioned what Isaac Levy, owner of the Yvel jewelry company, is calling the most expensive face mask in the world. 

The mask, which is currently being worked on by 25 Yvel jewelers in Israel, is constructed from 250 grams of 18-carat gold, boasts 3,600 black and white diamonds, and features an N99 filter. It’s expected to be delivered by the end of this year. 

A prototype of the mask. Courtesy of Yvel.

A prototype of the mask. Courtesy of Yvel.

“Money maybe doesn’t buy everything, but if it can buy a very expensive COVID-19 mask and the guy wants to wear it and walk around and get the attention, he should be happy with that,” Levy told The Independent.

Levy has not disclosed the name of his client, but has called him, in various reports, a “Chinese art collector living in the United States” and an “anonymous billionaire from Shanghai.” 

“He is a young-old customer of ours, very charming, very outgoing, very wealthy and he likes to stand out,” the jeweler told the AP.

Sources tell us that if you ever meet a man with, say, a roll of gold leaf toilet paper or disposable toothpicks made from rhinoceros horns, or if you ever see someone using a small child as an umbrella—that’s probably your guy.  

“For a lot of people around the world it may be the most expensive mask in the world and maybe that’s a really big thing,” Levy added. “For us, it’s a way to protect the positions of the people in the factory in order for them to be able to support their families.”

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As COVID-19 Cuts Indoor Shopping, Luxury Mall Moves Shops To Garage

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I guess you’d say Prada can’t wait. When the COVID-19 pandemic forced South Coast Plaza, the massive, luxury mall in Orange County, California, to close its indoor spaces, it didn’t just shut down. It converted a section of its parking garage into open-air shopping suites for its high-end retailers.

Opened this month, the Pavilion at South Coast Plaza provides an indoor-outdoor shopping experience, complying with California’s strict coronavirus safety measures. Luxury suites in the mall’s garage allow customers to make appointments with dozens of high-end boutiques. The brands read like an A to (almost) Z of world-leading fashion (Alexander McQueen and Ann Taylor to Valentino, Versace and Vuitton and, yes, Prada), handbags and luggage (Coach to Rimowa), jewelry (among them Baccarat, Bulgari, Harry Winston, Mikimoto and Van Cleef & Arpels), watches (A. Lange & Sohne, Piaget, Porsche Design, Rolex, Tourneau, etc.) and more.

Though it may be in a garage, with this pedigree, it’s no garage sale. Puh-lease. The Pavilion’s 14 suites are decked out in chichi style, from the coffered ceilings to bright white walls, Persian carpets, designer furniture, mirrored displays and table tops, potted plants and fresh orchids. All the while, the garage walls are open to the California sunshine, and a heating and cooling system can kick in as needed.

“It is a natural extension of our indoor spaces and the amenities that guests have come to expect,” says Debra Gunn Downing, South Coast Plaza’s Executive Director of Marketing, while allowing “our guests an option for shopping in person safely in an open-air setting.”

Here’s how it works: Clients call individual boutiques and request to see items, and boutiques schedule appointments inside the Pavilion (suites are shared among the retailers in one-hour increments). On arrival, guests are met at a reception area and escorted to the scheduled suites. Staff and visitors alike wear masks and practice social distancing, and the Pavilion provides hand sanitizer. Once a guest leaves a suite, it’s sterilized before the next appointment.

The results so far are “overwhelmingly positive,” Gunn Downing says. “From mid-week to the weekend, the suites are fully booked.”

“Our boutiques have communicated to us that The Pavilion has enabled them to connect with and provide new and long-time customers with a personalized shopping experience,” she says.

She adds that the Pavilion appeals chiefly to “intentional shoppers.”

“These are guests who come to us because there is something they definitely want to buy, and they want to make that purchase after seeing the merchandise in person.”

South Coast Plaza, in city of Costa Mesa, is the largest mall in the western United States, so big that it calls itself a “shopping destination.” In normal times, 250 shops and 30 restaurants operate under its roof. While indoor shopping is closed due to the pandemic, in addition to the Pavilion some retailers with exterior entrances remain open, as do many of its restaurants with open-air seating.

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