Anna Fernando struts down the black-and-white tiles of a trendy coffee shop in the Lebanese capital, dressed in high heels and a strapless ball gown of caramel gauze ribbons.
Spring colors, breezy fabrics, high necklines and long hemlines: The International Modest Fashion Week opened Friday in Istanbul as Turkey sought to be seen as a creative hotspot for conservative wear around the world.
She may be one of Hollywood's biggest stars, but deep down Julia Roberts is like every woman: dying to kick off her high heels.
Hundreds of cows and bulls walked the ramp in a north Indian town Saturday in a bovine beauty pageant aimed at promoting domestic cattle breeds and raising awareness about animal health.
The Met Gala red carpet gleamed on Monday with sparkly metallics and shiny, futuristic-looking fabrics as stars paid homage to this year's technology-centered theme.
Barefoot, wearing traditional costumes including animal hide skirts and elaborately beaded headdresses, the contestants strutted the stage before Ghanaian Rebecca Asamoah was crowned the first Miss Africa Continent.
Globalization has provided a comprehensive cross-cultural milieu, which gives designers access to a global, mobile community. In this new era, Taiwan-based designers draw inspiration from multiple cultures and industries. Their collections usually present the contradictory aesthetics of modern art with blended identity.
Various brands on display this spring present an abundance of selections for all women, from the chic mademoiselle to the elegant madam.
From April 14 to 16, Taipei IN Style (TIS) brought 150 exhibitors from 18 countries all over the Asia-Pacific region to the Songshan Cultural and Creative Park. Since its inception in 2006, TIS has supported the fashion industry in Taiwan and given opportunities to young and talented designers to show their work to the world in April and November of each year.
On April 16, brands from South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan showcase collections that give a thrilling blend of various cultural concepts. Designers balance between concepts of their own traditional cultures and ideas borrowed from abroad, creating a paradoxical blend.