Alternative future sub-genres like cyberpunk, atompunk, dieselpunk and others generally define the inspired era of technological advance. However, none of them have reached the popularity of steampunk, the fantasy based on the Industrial Revolution and Victorian times.
For most of modern human history, people achieved the appearance they wanted through proper tailoring of their clothes. While some people still make clothing fit a priority, it has certainly lost its place in the average person’s life.
Australian fashion model and environmentalist Carolyn Donovan has written a book that shows us how to be fashionable and environmentally friendly at the same time.
Statistically, this preconceived idea seems to hold. You ought to know, however, that this gender gap is slowly closing…and here is why.
Wigs have come back into fashion as an easy, fun way to change up your look. Phyllis Wilson goes wig shopping with a wig-loving friend.
When you are a burlesque darling like Rosie Bitts, you meet the most fascinating people like Rad Juli of Rad Juli Custom Design — and music and burlesque fame.
I suffer from a rather rare ailment I sometimes call the “classical bug”. This is characterized by total fascination with all things ancient, especially those concerning the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations.
In watching the 1987 original of the film Wall Street, Julie is hit with strong nostalgia for the suit-wearing days of lore.
Do you dare wear short-shorts? If you’re my age and can pull off short-shorts, all the power to you. If you’re a young woman with long tanned legs you want to show off, all the power to you. But please — let’s not dress our young girls in short-shorts.
Men’s hats have gone from being functional head coverings to symbols of status or authority. They are also art forms. Phyllis Wilson discovers why some men still love stylish hats.