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The New Vintage Must Have Let s face it, the jumpsuit is probably one fashion garment which was not in your wardrobe last year, so credit crunch or not, it may make sense to buy at least one version to suit your shape. A girl has to wear something right? So why not make it vintage and uber fashionable? Cute, versatile and utterly gorgeous, anyone who s anyone is either talking about or wearing on of the current Shoesmoncler Vamp Wing Glossy Women Yellow Brown Casual Shoes coolest fashion trends in the form of the jumpsuit or playsuit. This fabulous new trend started when top designers such as Alexander McQueen showed jumpsuits on the worlds finest catwalks. McQueen presented both these glamour girl body con jumpsuits designed with crystallised fabric the jumpsuit material has been embedded with luxury crystal pieces that glimmer in a way that only top Moncler Mens Down Jackets No Hat Black notch Austrian crystal can. The result took the jumpsuit into the realm of exotic, sexy and stylish evening wear. Us mere mortals may favour something more down to earth, but each one of us can admire the figure defining cut of these jumpsuits which are most reminiscent of knitted lace jumpsuits of the seventies. Following this massive seal of approval, there is now a wide array of playsuits and jumpsuits available on the high street but each and every one takes it s inspiration, shape, colour or print from the vintage fashion of the past. So this is our plea to all you fashion conscious women out there don t buy sub standard remakes from high street stores, buy the original, well made and long lasting vintage clothing that preceded it! Somewhere between the sophisticated 1970 s wide leg flowing jumpsuit and the1980s glitter filled retro jumpsuit, is the softer fashion playsuit. What we see here is a more fun version and which is cropped or designed as a shorts playsuit. Vintage playsuits are huge this summer. In a variety of colours, styles and prints, looking great with gladiator sandals and lace up pumps for the cute yet edgy indie look. Going through into autumn/winter we expect to see the very same beautiful and popular vintage playsuit teamed with luscious chunky opaque tights, brogues and long line cardigans. A more mainstream alternative being the never tiresome and ultra cosy combo of playsuit, leggings and Ugg boots. Fashion students have always learnt how styles of a previous generation are recreated and resurrected in a new form or style. We see this happening in many lines of modern day fashion, and has prompted the resurgence in the sales of classic vintage dresses, vintage coats, vintage tops, vintage jeans, vintage skirts and vintage accessories. What we are seeing in now is a major fashion trend for trousers to join up with tops, the result is the super retro jumpsuit, flying suit or playsuit. But the all in one is certainly no new invention, we have seen this shape in key fashion going back to 1950 s swimwear. Most of us think of the eighties when we see jumpsuits but the birth of the jumpsuit was actually in the late sixties. In art houses and chic rich haunts worldwide, the shorter playsuit and longer jumpsuit was making waves. It was classic and simple, think Coco Chanel black and white monochrome beneath a Studio 54 backdrop. In the seventies we saw more loose and flowing trousers with more fitted tops and halternecks. Perfect with the long wavy flicked hair of the era. In the eighties the jumpsuit was so much more dramatic with big shoulder padding, bare backs, tapered trousers, candy colours, sequins, glitter and feathers. And of course as fashion progressed through the years, so did the array of prints and colours, vivid Pucci and jazzy op art making the biggest impact of all. And of course we cannot forget the brief resurgence of the all in one in the warehouse filled nineties with boiler suit rave chic, all neon, zips and whistles. Perhaps one trend that won t be making a reappearance!For now, narrow and tapered trouser legs have risen above the ankle. High waist bands and peg top carrot shaping means what was lost at the ankle has been taken care of above waist. This season amid black, navy and grey styles you also need to find plain bold bright colours such as a santorini blue, ravishing red or tangerine orange. These are garments which need bodies to fill them, and heels to stride out, only then will the Moncler Designer jumpsuit burst into life and seriously turn some heads! A fashionable jumpsuit has the advantage of meeting evening/cocktail/occasion wear half way, and may well be the solution for those moments when you have no idea what to wear. Like the vintage dress, vintage jumpsuits are an easy to wear all in one fashion, but if carefully chosen, have the advantage of being able to be glamorous whilst enabling the wearer to pursue more active pursuits and weather changes with discretion! And don t forget if you are worried about your back view there are many long line cardigans and vintage trophy jackets that could ensure the viability of this look.
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The News International if we look back we will notice that throughout history there have been women who have left their mark on the world and have changed it in many ways. And one cannot ignore the efforts that women are putting in, to make the country more stable, working equally as their male counterparts. Women have made a difference in their own way and in their chosen professions. With such women around us the world is definitely a better place to live in. In our part of the world, women have always been fighting for their rights, fighting for justice, fighting to get recognition in this patriarchal society. Our women have always been portrayed stereotypes within our Moncler France Outlet society, but after 66 years of Independence, women have overshadowed the timeless stereotype images that the male dominated society has imposed on them. Independence Day is just a day away and this week we are honouring all those women who have fought through the battle to increase our liberty, safety, and prosperity. Though there is a long list, we have selected a few exceptional women. Yasmeen Lari, the first woman architect of Pakistan, holds the distinction of being the first chairperson of Pakistan Council of Architects and Town Planners (PCATP), besides being a past President of Institute of Architects Pakistan, and a Fellow of US based Ashoka, the well known international social entrepreneur organization. After initial schooling at Queen Mary s, she went on to do her intermediate from Kinnaird College, Lahore, Pakistan. Graduating from the Oxford School of Architecture in 1964, she worked diligently to establish her career as an architect which spanned over 35 years. At that time there were a few architects in Pakistan and Yasmeen s father motivated her to choose this profession. In 2006, in recognition of her services to the architectural profession and heritage conservation, she was awarded Sitara e Imtiaz, one of the highest civil awards, by Government of Pakistan. Yasmeen Lari took on the challenges as an architect, dealing with issues in an industrially less developed country from mud buildings, low income housing and improvements in spontaneous settlements to state of the art buildings. She has been appointed Minister for Education, Culture, Science, Technology, Youth and Sports twice, once in October 1996 and then again in November 1999. Since the beginning of her commitment to education, Professor Anita has represented the Province of Sindh and the country at various national and international forums on education and development. These have included the World UN Conference at Copenhagen, National Muslim Women s Conference at Islamabad, and the SAARC Conference on Education in the Underserved Areas at Bhutan, World Education Conference at Dakar, Senegal and World Conference on Education for All at Jomtien, Thailand. In deserving compatibility with her contributions towards education in Pakistan, Anita Ghulam Ali is indeed a woman of substance, a paragon of integrity. In October 1992, she was appointed as the Chief Executive of Sindh Education Foundation a position she retains till date which is working on a number of programmes aiming to create public private and public community partnerships in order to improve the conditions of government schools. Born in Lahore, Dr. Maleeha got her school education in Lahore and Rawalpindi. in Government from the LSE, Ms. in 1980 from the London School of Economics (LSE). From 1980 to 1985, she taught politics and sociology at LSE before returning home to embark on what was to be a remarkable career in journalism. Being the founding editor of The News International (1990 1993) and (1997 1999), she became the first woman editor of a national daily. In 1994, the Time magazine cited Dr Lodhi as one of 100 global pacesetters and leaders who would define the 21st century, and the only person from Pakistan in the list. She was also the High Commissioner of Pakistan to the United Kingdom, and a former ambassador to the United States. She has also been a member of the United Nations Secretary General s Advisory Board on Disarmament. Her latest book, Pakistan: Beyond the Crisis State , was published in April 2011 (by C Hurst, Colombia University Press and Oxford University Press). Salima Hashmi (art curator/peace activist) She is an artist, curator, an anti nuclear weapon activist and contemporary art historian. Salima Hashmi comes from a socially and politically active family. Her father was the legendary Pakistani poet, Faiz Ahmed Faiz, and her mother, the British born Alys Faiz was a respected journalist and peace activist in Pakistan. After studying design at the city s National College of Arts (NCA), she moved to England in the early 1960s. She studied at the Bath Academy of Art in Corsham and received graduation diploma in art education in 1965. She also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, USA. Salima was about eight years old when Faiz Ahmed Faiz was imprisoned for his political views. Later, during the repressive years of General Zia ul Haq rule, Salima s father had to go into self exile as a result of the harassment he faced by Zia s government. Therefore, she grew up in a politically charged atmosphere. Painting became her outlet. She taught at the Lahore s National College of Arts for 31 years before working as its principal for four years. Currently dean at the Beaconhouse National University s school of visual arts, she is known to promote a unique intellectual perspective among students, teaching them to appreciate nature, cultural traditions and sacredness of the crafts. Salima Hashmi has also been active in the human rights movement since the early 80s when she was one of the founding members Women s Action Forum, an organization dedicated to promoting women s Moncler Women Uk rights though it has been criticized for being limited to the elite class of Pakistan. Maheen Khan started her career as a designer in 1972. She is the matriarch of Pakistani fashion. A consummate trendsetter and visionary, she launched her line in 1983 and continues to set standards through showings in over 21 countries. She is the CEO of Fashion Pakistan Council and has an untainted vision to take the Pakistani fashion industry to a higher level nationally and internationally. Also, she got the title of Coco Chanel of the East when she showcased her collection at the Milan Fashion Week. She revived the angarkha, put the spotlight on tailored shirts and capris and created the half sari. Maheen was doing fusion long before it became really popular. She has done many fashion events and shows in Pakistan and abroad. Her mastery in shape and silhouette is unparalleled and her range continues to set trends for the rest to follow. Having completed her A levels, Fashion Moncler Down Coats With Zip Women White she studied fine arts, film and art appreciation in the UK. She started training, at the age of fourteen, as a dancer with Mr. and Mrs. Ghanshyam (a couple from Calcutta, who had set up a centre for dance and music in Karachi), and she later joined their institute as a member of their staff and performing troupe. Sheema s concern with the issues of justice, peace, and women s rights persuaded her to set up Tehrik e Niswan, a cultural action group to create awareness about the subordinate status of women in society and the anti women laws. Through the use of dance, drama, music Tehrik e Niswan and Sheema took up relevant social issues of health, education, women s empowerment and peace to create public awareness. When Sheema Kermani started her work in the early 1980s, the atmosphere was anti women and oppressive. She was the only dancer in Pakistan throughout the years of General Zia ul Haq s Martial Law, when dance came to be seen as an activity highly disliked by the state and the clergy. She stood up against great odds and continued with her efforts to establish classical dance as an art form and a profound medium of expression and communication. Arguably the best dramatist and playwright of Pakistan, Haseena Moin is a legend in the Pakistani media industry. She has written a great number of television plays and dramas. Her drama serials have even gained immense popularity and international repute. She wrote Pakistan s first original script Kiran Kahani which was aired in the early 70s earlier PTV relied on novel based scripts for dramas. She did her Masters from Karachi University in 1963. Her desire to write was visible right from the time she was in the 7th standard which led her to write a weekly column Bhai jan for a local journal. Her fame started laying its foundation when she regularly wrote some memorable plays for Radio Pakistan Karachi s all time popular Studio Number 9 . Some of her dramas include Ankahi , Tanhaiyaan , Dhund , Dhoop Kinaray , Uncle Urfi , Kohar , Des Pardes , Pal Do Pal , Aansoo and Singhaar. Other notable works include Mere Dard ko Jo Zuban Milay , Shehzori , Shayad ke Bahar Aaye , Tum Se Mil Kar and Zer Zabar Paish . Her father, Javed Jabbar has been a filmmaker, and a very successful ad man apart from a senator and a cabinet minister. from St. Joseph s College in Karachi, Mehreen went abroad to the USA in order to study film and completed a two year programme at the University of California Los Angeles in 1993, with a Film, Television and Video certificate, and later on returned to Pakistan. She began her career in television with TV films and drama series/serials under the banner of TasVeer Productions, almost all of which were critically acclaimed by the Pakistani press. She then continued her work as a freelance director working for a number of TV channels and production houses in Pakistan, in addition to making a number of short films which have aired in festivals worldwide. Her award winning short films and TV dramas include Daughters of the Late Colonel , Beauty Parlor , Laal Baig , Harjai and Doraha . Ramchand Pakistani , her first feature length film, was released theatrically in Pakistan, India and the UK in 2008/2009 to wide critical and audience acclaim. It also won the FIPRESCI PRIZE from the International Federation of Film Critics and received many other awards at film festivals around the world.