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How Exploring the UK Textile And Manufacturing Industry Inspired Us To Make It Locally And Sustainably

With the growing awareness of importance of green fashion, what does the UK market has to offer you, a valued consumer, today? Availability and affordability of fast fashion versus quality and made-to-last approach of a UK-based manufacturer are two ends of the same stick and there are a number of issues surrounding each of those aspects.

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Best of British: The Sedative Scent Of English Lavender And An Argentinian in UK

Her name is Ana. Ana Luz. An Argentinian beauty with the hair of a goddess and a soul of an enchanter in search of the unknown. Just like you and I, she knows nothing about what tomorrow has to bring yet courageously looks into the eyes of a wonderful world called life. Her kindness and warm heart shall melt the ice of those able to see beauty through what daily routine has to give us. She is full of love, feelings and emotions. She knows what it is like to love and be loved. She knows what it is like to feel what you feel by just talking to you for a few minutes. And that translates into all areas...

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Ten Things To Pack For a Safe Trip to The Paris Fashion Week September 2020

In addition to incredible shopping experiences, all things cliché like climbing the Eiffel Tower and eating baguettes and pastries for breakfast, Paris has lots to offer to fashion lovers whose travel bag now has a new compartment for a hand sanitiser, a set of trendy face coverings to match every outfit and a box of travel-size soap thins. Fashion Weeks have gone digital, we all know that. But don't we all want to be a part of the real-life catwalk though? 

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Melody of dunes: Gates to Hell and tales of the Black Desert.

The nostalgic notes of cuisine I am used to comprises of an array of dishes brought to my hometown by Russians, Uzbeks, Chinese, Koreans, Armenians, Georgians, Turks, Iranians and Afghanis. From borscht and manti dumplings to kebab, from pilav to Korean salads markets, the rainbow of tastes and colours is what I crave the most. And an absolute no to frozen food which I still rarely buy here in the UK as it’s a part of our culture to eat freshly bought.

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