When you were a kid, did you want to wear Cinderella's glass slipper? Were you elated by Dorothy’s ruby slippers from the “Wizard of Oz?” Did you just want to feel and breeze through your day with no worries like a princess? Do you still have that yearning? If so, let me point you toward the Italian brand and luxury fashion designer Rene Caovilla

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Every April when music festival season rolls around, I brace myself for hours of scrolling through Instagram as Coachella and Bonnaroo attendees show off their carefully coordinated outfits for the world to see. At least once a year, I run across a photo among the deluge that features a white girl wearing a Native American tribal headdress, also known as a war bonnet.

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When we see the costumes and clothes in magazines, on TV or in interviews, it simply looks like someone got up and simply got dressed this morning. There's not much attention to detail. However, there are people like Wardrobe Stylist Atiba Newsome who live to make sure every shirt, button, and hat coordinate perfectly to match a person's style and vibe. What looks like another day of getting ready in the morning to us, is actually a very carefully planned out wardrobe that takes a lot of time and money to cultivate for Newsome.

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Earlier this month, men's fashion week for Spring/Summer 2020 dominated the runways and the streets of Paris, France. Brands like Valentino, Dior Hommes, and Givenchy debuted their newest collections, vying to capture the critical and commercial spotlight. Streetwear enthusiasts tried to catch the eyes of photographers by splashing through puddles in handcrafted leather boots. One brand certainly made a lasting impression, perhaps more than any other fashion house, and for all the WRONG reasons. 

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