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Victoria Beckham Sets Fashion Industry Record With Her New Children’s Wear Target Collaboration

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For the first time ever, Victoria Beckham is trying her hand at children’s wear. But that’s not the only reason we’re amped up for her Target collection, which will debut April 9, 2017, and includes 200 items for ladies and kids in a wide range of sizes. Victoria chose to base her new pieces off the playfulness in her Victoria, Victoria Beckham line. That means a range that’s equally as wearable as it is bold and hopefully splashed with recognizable prints. (We’re sure there will be a few mommy-and-me styles available too.) But before we get to see the clothes, we’ve got every reason to consider the collab’s inclusivity. For the first time ever, every size will be available in stores and online, ranging from XS to 3X for women and New Born to XL for babies, toddlers, and girls. Victoria even plans to sell select designs on her own site, so customers can shop internationally.

“I can reach so many more women through working with Target. It’s not just because of the price point but because of how many stores that they have, located all around America. These are women that I haven’t been able to reach out to in the past, and I always say that I want to empower women and make women look like the best versions of themselves. That shouldn’t be only people who can afford to spend a certain amount of money,” Victoria told Business of Fashion.

Read on for a first look at the new logo and announcement, then check out our predictions for the new pieces you’ll be adding to your closet come Spring. You might want to get in line right now — the limited-edition collection will only be available for one month or until supplies last.

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7 Bracelets Said To Repel Evil Spirits And Negative Energy

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Across the globe and throughout history, people haven’t just worn bracelets and jewellery for looks. These accessories often served a deeper purpose: protection. Believed to ward off negativity and evil spirits, these protective talismans were sometimes passed down through generations or crafted with specific intentions.

More than just decoration, they incorporated symbolic elements and materials thought to possess powerful properties. Let’s explore some of the most well-known bracelets known for their protective properties:

This combines the best of both introductions while avoiding redundancy.

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How The Ijebus Come Up With Elaborate Fashion At Ojude Oba Festival

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Yoruba fashion is a big deal at the Ojude Oba festival! Yoruba people have a saying: “We greet the cloth before greeting the wearer.” This proverb highlights the importance of clothing and its role in first impressions. Another proverb, “People are my cloth,” emphasizes how clothing is seen as an extension of oneself.

The Ojude Oba festival is a prime example of this emphasis on fashion. People go all out to honour the king with not just singing, dancing, and prayers, but also with elaborate outfits. It’s a public display of cultural pride and personal style.

Women at the festival adorn themselves in the finest jewellery and makeup, putting their most beautiful foot forward. They strive to be visually stunning as part of the celebration.

Getting ready for Ojude Oba isn’t a last-minute affair. People spend months deliberating on their outfits – from the fabrics (some imported) to the accessories, and even the tailors who will bring their vision to life.

Motivations for dressing up for Ojude Oba

A recent study delved into the reasons behind the Ojude Oba fashion scene. Here’s what they found:

  • Cultural pride: Most participants (50%) felt dressing up significantly promoted Yoruba culture.
  • Keeping Up with Trends: For 37.5%, it was a chance to showcase the latest styles.
  • Standing Out: While competition wasn’t the main focus, 37.5% still aimed to impress with their beauty and aesthetics.

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Moment Adekunle Gold’s ‘Falling Up’ Was Played At Louis Vuitton’s Fashion Show In Paris

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Paris Fashion Week got a sizzling Afrobeats injection thanks to Adekunle Gold!

Falling Up,” by Adekunle Gold was selected to soundtrack the Louis Vuitton Men’s S/S 2025 fashion show. The song is a collaborative effort featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers.

Held outdoors at UNESCO headquarters on June 18th, 2024, the event itself was a star-studded affair. Pharrell Williams, who doubles as Louis Vuitton’s creative director, kicked things off. He set the stage for a night of high fashion and emerging trends. The selection of “Falling Up” wasn’t just a random choice.

 

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Indeed, the song is a standout track from Adekunle Gold’s critically acclaimed 2023 album “Tequila Ever After.” The project garnered significant praise and spawned other hits like “Party No Dey Stop”, “Ogaranya,” and “Wrong Person” (featuring Odumodublvck).

But the spotlight wasn’t solely on Adekunle Gold’s music.

Also, his presence at the Louis Vuitton show in Paris alongside other Nigerian superstars transformed the event into a celebration of Afrobeats music and fashion. stars present were Rema, Mr. Eazi, the Grammy-winning trio, Tems, Burna Boy, and Wizkid.

This wasn’t the first time Adekunle Gold had blurred the lines between these two worlds. In 2023, he was involved in the unveiling of Manchester United’s Adidas luxury wear collection. There, he showed his keen interest in fashion and his ability to seamlessly blend his musical identity with the world of high fashion.

2024 continues to be a fruitful year for Adekunle Gold.

He’s not only making waves on the fashion scene but also maintaining his musical momentum. The release of the hit single “Rodo” further solidified his status as a hitmaker. Furthermore, his recent guest verse on Falz’s “Who Go Pay” left fans wanting more.

Adekunle Gold is a multi-faceted artist who is making his mark not just in the Afrobeats genre, but also in the broader world of music, fashion, and pop culture.

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