Skinnydip

22 Jun 19
Noticias Ultimas

Prepárate para montar el arco iris. La última versión de Carousel, la extravagante tienda de pop-up rotativa de Bloomingdale, se denomina "Orgullo para todos" y fue curada por el editor en jefe de la revista Out, Phillip Picardi. Naturalmente, la visión de Picardi destaca el símbolo del arco iris LGBTQ de la diversidad en productos […]

19 Jun 19

14 summer bags you need for every beach day, road trip, wedding, and picnic Is there anything more fun than shopping for summer accessories? We’re going to assume you just silently mouthed the word “Yasss,” so we’re on the same page. The season of sunshine, patio drinks, barbecues, and everything else in the world that…

08 Jun 19

Who said layers are only for winter? Now layers can not only keep you warm and comfy during cold December but also could be worn on a hot sunny day during summer helping you look stylish. Ah, I know you must be thinking “I will be baking!”. Well-well-well, these layered dresses are made out of […]

06 Jun 19
Whitney's Digital Workbook

The following jobs are ones that directly link with a photography degree: Graphic Designer Magazine editor Medical illustrator (great technical ability and an understanding of anatomy is essential) Television camera operator photographer Although these particular fields are directly linked to a Photography degree, you wouldn’t be limited to these careers only. Most employees don’t look […]

03 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
WITH summer on the way, it may be time to invest in some new sunnies. But how do you find your perfect pair? CIGDEM TANRIOGLU picks the best High Street designs, while New Look’s Faye Walton gives the lowdown on which frames best suit your face shape. These mirrored sunnies suit narrower faces Mirrored sunglasses, £17.99, from Zara – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Heart-shaped faces with a narrower chin suit an exaggerated brow line. This will draw the eye upwards.” These heart-shaped sunglasses are fun for the summer Pink heart-shaped sunglasses, £25, from Skinnydip – buy here Gingham dress, £28, from Nobody’s Child – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Colourful frames and heart shapes are great fun for summer festivals and are perfect for oval-shaped faces, which can carry off most styles.” Oversized sunnies suit round faces Retro oversized round sunglasses, £6, from boohoo.com – buy here Green dress, £28, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Oversized Seventies frames will work perfectly with round faces, as they will sit on the widest part and help to elongate it.” These soft brown sunglasses suit a rounder face Brown plastic rim round sunglasses, £6.99, from Lindex – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Round faces should opt for styles that follow their soft jawline, such as neutral circular glasses.” This is a look that can be hard to wear Micro sports-style sunglasses, £12, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Extra narrow sports-style glasses can be trickier to wear, but will best suit square faces where the width and length are proportionate.” These angular glasses are best suited to an oval face Brown hexagonal sunglasses, £12, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Wearing angular-shaped styles – such as hexagons – will help add definition to a round or oval face shape.” These sunnies suit a wide jaw Yellow and pink sunglasses, £10, from nastygal.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Cat-eye sunglasses really suit those with a strong, wide jaw as they add width to the forehead, balancing the shape of the face.” Vintage-looking green glasses complement rounder faces Green square sunglasses, £8.99, from New Look – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Linear frames, such as this square pair, will complement a rounder face shape as it will create a contrast by making the face appear longer.” [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] To pull off these mini sunglasses you’ll need an oval-shaped face Mini round sunglasses, £7.99, from New Look – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Ladies with an oval-shaped face can pretty much rock any type, so try being adventurous in fashion-forward, Nineties styles.”
03 Jun 19
The Sun
WITH summer on the way, it may be time to invest in some new sunnies. But how do you find your perfect pair? CIGDEM TANRIOGLU picks the best High Street designs, while New Look’s Faye Walton gives the lowdown on which frames best suit your face shape. These mirrored sunnies suit narrower faces Mirrored sunglasses, £17.99, from Zara – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Heart-shaped faces with a narrower chin suit an exaggerated brow line. This will draw the eye upwards.” These heart-shaped sunglasses are fun for the summer Pink heart-shaped sunglasses, £25, from Skinnydip – buy here Gingham dress, £28, from Nobody’s Child – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Colourful frames and heart shapes are great fun for summer festivals and are perfect for oval-shaped faces, which can carry off most styles.” Oversized sunnies suit round faces Retro oversized round sunglasses, £6, from boohoo.com – buy here Green dress, £28, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Oversized Seventies frames will work perfectly with round faces, as they will sit on the widest part and help to elongate it.” These soft brown sunglasses suit a rounder face Brown plastic rim round sunglasses, £6.99, from Lindex – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Round faces should opt for styles that follow their soft jawline, such as neutral circular glasses.” This is a look that can be hard to wear Micro sports-style sunglasses, £12, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Extra narrow sports-style glasses can be trickier to wear, but will best suit square faces where the width and length are proportionate.” These angular glasses are best suited to an oval face Brown hexagonal sunglasses, £12, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Wearing angular-shaped styles – such as hexagons – will help add definition to a round or oval face shape.” These sunnies suit a wide jaw Yellow and pink sunglasses, £10, from nastygal.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Cat-eye sunglasses really suit those with a strong, wide jaw as they add width to the forehead, balancing the shape of the face.” Vintage-looking green glasses complement rounder faces Green square sunglasses, £8.99, from New Look – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Linear frames, such as this square pair, will complement a rounder face shape as it will create a contrast by making the face appear longer.” [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] To pull off these mini sunglasses you’ll need an oval-shaped face Mini round sunglasses, £7.99, from New Look – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Ladies with an oval-shaped face can pretty much rock any type, so try being adventurous in fashion-forward, Nineties styles.”
03 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
WITH summer on the way, it may be time to invest in some new sunnies. But how do you find your perfect pair? CIGDEM TANRIOGLU picks the best High Street designs, while New Look’s Faye Walton gives the lowdown on which frames best suit your face shape. These mirrored sunnies suit narrower faces Mirrored sunglasses, £17.99, from Zara – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Heart-shaped faces with a narrower chin suit an exaggerated brow line. This will draw the eye upwards.” These heart-shaped sunglasses are fun for the summer Pink heart-shaped sunglasses, £25, from Skinnydip – buy here Gingham dress, £28, from Nobody’s Child – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Colourful frames and heart shapes are great fun for summer festivals and are perfect for oval-shaped faces, which can carry off most styles.” Oversized sunnies suit round faces Retro oversized round sunglasses, £6, from boohoo.com – buy here Green dress, £28, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Oversized Seventies frames will work perfectly with round faces, as they will sit on the widest part and help to elongate it.” These soft brown sunglasses suit a rounder face Brown plastic rim round sunglasses, £6.99, from Lindex – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Round faces should opt for styles that follow their soft jawline, such as neutral circular glasses.” This is a look that can be hard to wear Micro sports-style sunglasses, £12, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Extra narrow sports-style glasses can be trickier to wear, but will best suit square faces where the width and length are proportionate.” These angular glasses are best suited to an oval face Brown hexagonal sunglasses, £12, from asos.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Wearing angular-shaped styles – such as hexagons – will help add definition to a round or oval face shape.” These sunnies suit a wide jaw Yellow and pink sunglasses, £10, from nastygal.com – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Cat-eye sunglasses really suit those with a strong, wide jaw as they add width to the forehead, balancing the shape of the face.” Vintage-looking green glasses complement rounder faces Green square sunglasses, £8.99, from New Look – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Linear frames, such as this square pair, will complement a rounder face shape as it will create a contrast by making the face appear longer.” [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] To pull off these mini sunglasses you’ll need an oval-shaped face Mini round sunglasses, £7.99, from New Look – buy here FAYE SAYS: “Ladies with an oval-shaped face can pretty much rock any type, so try being adventurous in fashion-forward, Nineties styles.”
02 Jun 19
Ironic Jess

The Big 2-0! Goodbye, terrible teenage years, No more Acne (no, I still get that actually), no more pressure to do well or you’ll fail at life (nope, also still accurate) and no constant identity crisis (pfft say that to my constantly changing wardrobe). Okay, maybe not much has changed. I remember when I was […]

01 Jun 19
Aly Kotishevska

For this project I created a small model of the interior space of the ground floor. Here you can see the circular bit of paper showing the allocation of the double spiral staircase and the space arrangement for sisters and seekers as well as the surrounding space for skinnydip and dyspnea. I made this model […]