Berrylook Adds Its 2021 Fresh Collection Of Cheap Dresses For Women To Its Inventory

Berrylook decides to put a separate section on their website to segregate its new arrivals.

Berrylook, a leading online fashion brand, recently announced to add a whole new set of cheap dresses to their collection. Not only does the company make its new outfits out for sale, but its decision to segregate them according to specific dates is dubbed a consumer-facing move by the owners. Berrylook has long been the fashion destination for the shoppers of the United States and with the new sets of arrivals the company is all set to rejuvenate the post-pandemic online clothing market.

Besides, the company has also gone through a major overhaul in the website’s user interface to add more categories like Festival, Clearance, and other hot-selling sections. On asking about their latest decision, one of the spokespersons informed, “The transition has always been on the cards and we wanted to launch the website

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Latest Jeans Trends from RTW Collection for Spring Summer 2021

We’ve covered all the latest jeans trends from the Spring Summer 2021 collections. Boot cut, double fabric, knee-length capris and many more, check them out!


Hey gorgeous, a pair of jeans is one garment that never goes out of style. Season after season, denim always finds a spot in the designer collections. Be it winter, summer, or spring, jeans are fit for all seasons. Whether you wanna wear them with an overcoat or team them with a tank top, jeans always work out the best!

We absolutely love going through the latest designer collections. While we were browsing the ready to wear Spring Summer 2021 denim collections of the top designers like Gucci, Moschino, Dolce, Balenciaga, etc. we spotted some cool jeans trends. We analyzed the most prominent trends and ranked them on the basis of their popularity, importance and freshness. Lastly, we compiled them

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Berluti to Unveil Fall Men’s Collection in Shanghai on March 5

PARIS While Berluti is opening the Paris Men’s Fashion Week calendar this season, it turns out its video will be just a teaser for the unveiling of the full collection on March 5 with a physical event in Shanghai.

Artistic director Kris Van Assche said the decision was made fairly early not to stage a traditional runway show in Paris and to hold a presentation in China, which has become a magnet for fashion brands as one of the few markets worldwide to enjoy economic growth during the coronavirus pandemic — notwithstanding a new round of lockdowns just ahead of the crucial Chinese New Year holiday shopping season.

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Because of ongoing travel restrictions designed to limit the spread of COVID-19, Van Assche and his teams won’t be able to attend, so they fitted models in Paris for a video project titled “Living Apart Together” that will

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