Monthly Archives: November 2017

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Mohali boy debuts at Lakme Fashion Week

It is well past sun down but the day has just begun for this 27-year-old designer. “I have waited so long for this moment,” admits Vipin Batra as he scurries about getting his tall, leggy models to try out his designs. Batra opened the Generation Next designer category on the first day of the Lakme… Read more »

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The Wrangler Jeans Story

Wrangler Jeans are manufactured by a company that is more than 100 years old. Wrangler Jean Co. is owned by the VF Corporation, who also owns dozens of other brands, such as Lee, The North Face, and JanSport. The companys headquarters are located in Greensboro, North Carolina, with many production plants all over the world…. Read more »

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What Is In Your T-Shirt Collection

Everyone has a collection of t-shirt. The collection may be different for different people, but they are all basically the same. They are collections of the wearer’s personality and you can learn a lot about someone by the shirt they wear. For example, nobody is going to wear a shirt with the name or logo… Read more »

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Biker Jackets A Style For Every Body Shape

As one of the key pieces for Spring/Summer 2011 and beyond, it will be important to know how to carry off the biker jacket, no matter your size or shape. No longer restricted to the world of rock bands and motorcycle troupes, designers and high street retailers now offer a range of styles to suit… Read more »

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Mass Media Provide Ample Environment, Health & Fashion Articles

A large number of media organizations, non government organizations and government agencies are seriously thinking about environment and health issues. Today, media organizations including print and electronic media are playing an increasingly vital role in safeguard our environment. Mass media are providing several health and Environment News Articles. These articles influence millions of people in… Read more »

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Ocho Tulum Boutique Hotel Owners File Lawsuit In Mexican Federal Court Over Seizure In December

A favorite destination of New York Times travel editors in Tulum, Mexico is closed to tourism for the holidays as U.S. owners file lawsuit over rightful ownership Denver, Colo. January 7, 2010 — Denverite Ken Wolf, principal investor in Ocho Tulum, a 22-room boutique hotel in Tulum, Mexico, filed a lawsuit in the Mexican Federal… Read more »