Curated vintage & secondhand womens fashion shop Ismandra launched in Atlanta GA

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A new and exciting secondhand and vintage e-commerce shop, Ismandra, has just launched out of Atlanta, Georgia. There is plenty to learn about Ismandra and this article will provide lots of details. You can also browse the entirety of the Ismandra fashion catalog at

Ismandra is a vintage and secondhand women’s fashion online shop. All pieces are personally sourced and curated by Genesis Ismandra, owner, world traveler and rising fashion consultant in the Atlanta and Miami markets. When asked about Ismandra, Genesis said: “The curated pieces are intended to be worn differently through the interpretation of the wearer. The goal is to encourage exploration and understand how to use the medium of fashion (secondhand and

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Fashion TikTok says your closet needs these 5 outfit staples

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Whether you’re in a style rut or are trying to be “That Girl” in 2022, if you’re not getting your style inspiration from TikTok, you’re seriously missing out.

From try-on clothing hauls to insider tips from brand employees, TikTok is a wealth of fashion knowledge and advice. In fact, the hashtag #TikTokFashion has over 22.7 billion views on the social media app. While that means there are a lot of opinions to sort through, there are a few closet staples that seem to keep popping up again and again.

These must-haves are worth a purchase for a few reasons. They’re versatile and can be worn in

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Thierry Mugler, Fashion’s Greatest Showman

Mugler, center, at his 1995 20th anniversary show.
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Even among fashion’s showmen — a dense crowd — one stands alone: Thierry Mugler. Mugler, who died Sunday at 73, was from the ’70s through the ’90s one of the great ringmasters of fashion, an innovator who refused to be limited by the conventions of normal dressing. He did make suits (huge-shouldered ones, the ancestors of the ultrapadded tailoring that’s reliably bubbled back up every few years since) and tight little dresses and swimwear, but he also made robot suits and centurion armor and hand-beaded chaps. “There are two ways you can do fashion shows today,” he once told the New York Times, after a show before 6,000 guests. ”Either you do it very small and private or you do this. I think the public wants it this way.” This way wasn’t in the era

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Amazon Is Opening Its First Ever Virtually Advanced, In-Person Fashion Clothing Store, Twitter Reacts

Amazon announced on Thursday that it will be opening Amazon Style, its first-ever in-person store inside a mall, which will be dedicated to fashion and clothing.

The store opening at Americana at Brand, a mall in Glendale, California, is expected to take on a new concept of clothing shopping by allowing customers to personalize their experience virtually. Amazon is calling it an “elevated” shopping experience.

“Amazon Style completely reimagines what’s possible in the fitting room, turning it into a personalized space where customers can continue to shop a seemingly endless closet of great styles. When a shopper enters their fitting room, they will find the items they requested while browsing the store, plus additional options chosen based on their preferences,” said Simona Vasen, managing director of Amazon Style in a release.

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