Thursday, March 21, 2013

Skinny Leggings with Contrast Faux Leather Panel

Skinny Leggings with Contrast  Faux Leather Panel

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    Length: 36.61"
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Friday, December 21, 2012

East Launches New Toscana Collection

With East's new Toscana collection you can leave behind your busy lives, the city traffic and be transported to the quiet lanes and the rolling hills of Tuscany.

Imagine strolling the outdoor markets in a pretty floral dress, sweeping your pink scarf over your shoulder as you lean over to marvel at the fresh produce. Or perhaps you see yourself relaxing on the balcony of your villa, sipping glass of local wine, wrapped in a loose linen cardigan.

The striking colour palette of the Toscana collection is reminiscent of Tuscan rolling green hills, rust covered farm houses and tall stone walls covered in a multitude of bright pink wild flowers.

This feminine collection holds all of your favourite pieces that perfectly complement one another for a stylish yet relaxed everyday look. Liberty inspired floral dresses sit next to fresh linen trousers. Brightly coloured shrugs and cardigans layer beautifully over delicately patterned and embroidered blouses. Striped scarves add an element of fun to basic jersey camisole. And the cleverly designed summer rose corsage can be worn in your hair or clipped onto a prett fashion jackets y woven basket bag.

So why not bring a bit of Tuscany home with you, with East's new Toscana Collection.

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About East
East, designed to be individual. The product was originally designed for women who love individual, natural fabrics, with an ethnic feel. We remain true to these values today. Our products were then and are now heavily influenced by the time honoured traditions of the Far East incorporating, 'hand' crafted embroideries, wonderful evocative prints and vibrant colours to create our distinctive outfits. The collections include soft knitwear for easy layering, beautiful silks and simple linens. Finally, as all our clothes are designed in-house, they are genuinely unique.

Jewellery and accessories are important additions to any outfit; and there is an eclectic collection sourced from all over the world, including Thailand, India and the Philippines. using predominantly natural materials such as wood and shell, and even seed pods.

East supports the Disha charity and hopes to continue to help DISHA touch the lives of more children with special needs who just want the opportunity to live a normal life.


Fearne Cotton Reveals Spring Summer 2011 Women’s Clothes Collection

Designer, DJ and trend setter Fearne Cotton, has recently previewed her exciting Spring Summer 2011' womens clothes collection with a catwalk presentation at London's Bloomsbury Ballroom.

The 34 piece Spring / Summer 2011 collection, which will be available to buy via on 1st January 2011, encapsulates Fearne Cotton's signature vintage style. Inspired by a mixture of 60's and 70's references the range incorporates detailing and silhouettes fashioned by the London Modernists and the bijou yet spirited style icons of the decade such as Jean Shrimpton and Marianne Faithful.

The DJ-turned-fashion-designer presented her fourth collection to a 100-people-strong audience, which included fashion writers and editors for the likes of Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Stella, Now and Glamour magazines, as well as celebrities such as Craig David, Alesha Dixon and Reggie Yates.

Talking about her range, Fearne stated: "My Spring Summer 11' collection is all about floaty, ethereal, delicate pieces. I wanted this collection to feel almost angelic and innocent. Beautiful clothes to breeze around in, to fall in love in, and to have fun in."

Fabrics are kept light and flirtatious to compliment the Twiggy-esque skirt lengths and delicate toile de jouy prints. Dresses encumber lightweight chiffons and satins that are finished with coloured collars and detailing such as dainty rose borders. Then faded denims, lace and crochet, bolero style cardigans, high-waisted trousers and Peter Pan collars nod to the decadence of the 1970s.

"I was so excited about the big show; I picked out all the tunes for the catwalk and seeing the garments coming down the catwalk made me so proud. It all looked beautiful" said Fearne.

The collection which cements Fearne's fashion credentials, is her fourth for online store, and is her strongest and most directional to date.

Product Director, Matt Hudson said, "Fearne is one of's most popular designers. It is exciting to see how her range has developed over the seasons with the Spring Summer '11 collection providing an even more fashion forward look. By combining her sense of music with fashion, Fearne gives a strong handwriting for her collection, which we expect to grow further in popularity with our customers."

Fearne's show was streamed live on and the creative team behind it included Sunday Times Style regular stylist Lucy Ewing, Samantha Hillerby and Shinobu. Fearne adds: "It was amazing to have it streamed live on the internet as I wanted the show to be accessible to everyone"

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Terra Marketing Group To Help Serve Food At The Mustard Seed

Terra Marketing Group, a local Internet marketing firm, is sending its employees to The Mustard Seed on November 4 to prepare and serve a meal to the homeless and less fortunate.

"Terra Marketing Group has always been committed to doing everything we can to help our community," Jesse Willms the company's CEO said. "Giving back to the community is, has been and always will be a major part of our business model. It's something we are happy to do."

The Mustard Seed is a local Edmonton organization that was founded by a local Baptist church in 1988 in order to help tackle the problems of inner city residents. Since then, it has been embraced by most local faiths and the secular community. The organization provides free hot meals six nights a week. They also distribute food hampers to people who cannot make it to their food bank in person. They also run a separate program that provides clean clothes, person hygiene items, women's jackets online household items and work related items to people who need them.

"The point of The Mustard Seed is to provide people with personal dignity," Jesse said. "One of the hardest things about living in poverty is that it can eat away at your self-respect and self-esteem. Once that happens, it can be easy to simply give up. We want to make sure that doesn't happen, because we believe that people can claw their way out of poverty."

Terra Marketing Group is an Internet marketing company that believes in success through innovation. They look at emerging sectors of the Internet marketplace and find ways to improve existing products and services. Then, once they have done so, they used their improved products to dominate that niche marketplace. Along the way, they spend a significant portion of their time, money and energy partnering with and supporting various global and local nonprofit organizations. Their initial efforts were spent supporting global organizations that help women and children, including World Vision, Samaritan's Purse and the Kiva Foundation.

But, they recently decided that it was time to support smaller nonprofits in their local community. To that end, they have provided help for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Canada, Santas Anonymous and now The Mustard Seed.

"Going to The Mustard Seed will give us a chance to witness the effects of poverty first hand," Jesse said. "We think it will also help us have a deeper understanding of what we can do to combat poverty in the real world."

The company said they plan to announce a new local charitable initiative in the near future. For new initiatives visit Terra Marketing Group Twitter.

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Fan Fest Returns for 2011 US Lacrosse National Convention

The US Lacrosse National Convention's popular event, Fan Fest, presented by ABC2, WMAR-TV, is back again for another year in Baltimore. Fan Fest will take place Saturday, Jan. 22 from 12 to 4 p.m. at the Baltimore Convention Center. During this time, the largest lacrosse exhibition in the country will open its doo women's coats rs to the public. In the EXPO Hall, more than 140 vendors will showcase the latest lacrosse equipment, clothing, technology and more. At the event, ABC 2, WMAR-TV will reveal its 2011 College Lacrosse season televised game schedule as well as other promotions.

In addition to the EXPO Hall, Fan Fest attendees will have the opportunity to watch live field demonstrations. The 2011 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) U19 World Championships bound U.S. U19 women's national team, the 2010 MLL Champion Chesapeake Bayhawks, Lacrosse Magazine's lacrosse-specific strength and conditioning coach Rashad Devoe and Hall of Famer and Glenelg Country School boys' head coach Tom Marechek will be just a few of the demonstrators slated for Saturday.

Reebok, the equipment sponsor of the US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program instructional clinics, will bring its Watermelon Challenge to Fan Fest where fans will get a chance to mix it up with professional players in the contest and attempt to explode a watermelon with a lacrosse ball.

"With the help of dedicated outlets like ABC2, WMAR-TV, lacrosse is gaining more visibility and popularity in the media, through which lacrosse is available to people who might not otherwise get to see a game," said Bill Rubacky, US Lacrosse managing director of communications. "Last year we had a record attendance enjoy Fan Fest. This year we look forward to working with ABC2 to welcome anyone who wants to get a closer look at the game and industry."

The US Lacrosse National Convention annually draws more than 5,000 coaches, officials and program administrators to this lacrosse-specific educational weekend. The event boasts more than 170 educational sessions including live field demonstrations with elite coaches and 2011 US Lacrosse and NCAA rules interpretation sessions.

The cost to attend Fan Fest is $10 per person. Tickets can be purchased on-site in the Charles Street Lobby of the Baltimore Convention Center on Saturday, Jan. 22 from 12-4 p.m. Youth attendees, age 12 and under, who wear their teams' lacrosse jersey get in for $5 and children age six and under will be admitted for free.

Live Field
12 p.m. - U.S. U19 women's national team, "Offensive & Defensive Drills for World Championships"
3 p.m. - Chesapeake Bayhawks, "Skills & Techniques to Win a Championship"
*both teams will sign autographs after their respective demonstrations

Demo Field
12 p.m. - Rashad Devoe, "How to Get Lightning Fast"
3 p.m. - Tom Marechek, "Team Stick Work and Shooting Drills"

For more information about the 2011 US Lacrosse National Convention please visit

About US Lacrosse
US Lacrosse, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is the national governing body for men's and women's lacrosse. US Lacrosse has more than 300,000 members in 62 regional chapters around the country. Through responsive and effective leadership, US Lacrosse strives to provide programs and services to inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the game. To learn more about US Lacrosse, please visit

About WMAR & Scripps
WMAR-TV was the nation's 11th (and Maryland's first) television station to sign on-the-air in 1947. The station has been the site of many technological breakthroughs: first with a color film processor for television news and production, and the first Zoom camera lens for film and tape cameras. WMAR is owned by the E.W. Scripps Company.

The E.W. Scripps Company is a diverse, 131-year-old media enterprise with interests in television stations, newspapers, local news and information Web sites, and content syndication. The company's portfolio of locally focused media properties includes: 10 TV stations (six ABC affiliates, three NBC affiliates and one independent); daily and community newspapers in 13 markets and the Washington, D.C.-based Scripps Media Center, home of the Scripps Howard News Service; and United Media, the syndicator of approximately 150 features and comics. For a full listing of Scripps media companies and their associated Web sites, visit


Thursday, December 13, 2012

New Online Boutique Grand Opening - Home of the Mayandree New York Label

With ?搊riginal designs like nothing you've seen in a department store??says Giorgia Vanto of Vive Boutique; will be the only boutique showcasing the Mayandree New York Collection in its entirety. will offer the Mayandree New York Spring/Summer 2005 collection. The look is an eclectic mix of classic embellishments such as delicate beading, embroidery, lace, and fringe, combined with the latest trends and European fabrics to create a collection of luxurious tops, tunics and dresses that are versatile from day to evening, feminine and above all wearable, which is sure to satisfy her already established fan base as well as attract new ones. The online boutique will include special features on new arrivals fresh out of the design room, limited edition designs sold only through the online boutique, a section on best selling items, as well as a safe and secure shopping experience. Through, customers can contact Michel with feedback on the collection as well as the dynamics of the site.

Although Michel is a young designer having debuted her first collection in 2004, her fresh, feminine and street-smart signature style is winning fans and rave reviews, which has the Mayandree New York collection quickly becoming an absolute "must-have" among trendsetters across the country. Michel targets a sophisticated, savvy customer with the same discerning eye for fashion that she herself possesses. The idea behind the Mayandree New York collection is to create clothes that will allow woman to feel beautiful with sohistication, and which they will treasure not just for a season, but for a lifetime. The idea behind the online boutique is due to the increasing demand and popularity of the Mayandree New York collection and making it accessable to fashion forward women everywhere. was created by Mayandree Michel, New York based Contemporary Women?抯 Designer.抯 official online Grand Opening date is March 25th, 2005. For more Tips: Find Street Fashion Online(may be you can find what you want on the information, please visit


Dr. Joel Aronowitz, Specialist in Los Angeles Body Lift, Announces Plastic Surgery Options After Bariatric Surgery Weight Loss

Bariatric surgery improves the health of morbidly obese people helping them lose the weight. Patients may be left with over 100 pounds lost but also with sagging skin. After gastric bypass and diet, patients finally have a healthy weight for one person but are left with enough redundant skin for two. Board certified Los Angeles cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Joel Aronowitz, announces plastic surgery options available to help patients achieve the body they want after bariatric surgery and weight loss.    

Bariatric surgery has become a life-changing weight loss alternative for dangerously obese people. Sometimes it is the only option available to take off the weight. According to a story in the "Los Angeles Times" by Susan Brink, nearly 14,000 people in California alone have some type of weight loss procedure yearly.

The health benefits are undeniable. According to Brink, studies have shown that weight loss due to bariatric surgery can actually reverse diabetes, which is a common affliction of the obese. Other health issues that are greatly alleviated or prevented are joint pain and arthritis, heart disease and respiratory problems.

For a morbidly obese person, the health risks typically outweigh any risks from surgery. However, once the weight has come off, there is a new issue to address. Los Angeles cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Joel Aronowitz, sees this every day in his practice at Cedars Sinai Medical Towers. He says, "My patients have taken control of their health and lost the weight, but they still lack the self-confidence that should come with extreme weight loss."

The problem is excess sagging skin that was stretched and filled with fat. Once the fat is gone, the skin droops; its elasticity ability to bounce back is gone. Dr. Aronowitz offers to his patients a variety of plastic surgery procedures that eliminate this loose skin.

For example, the excess skin of the abdominal area may droop over the pants and keep her from wearing form-fitting clothes or him from taking his shirt off in public. It can make a person very self-conscious. Dr. Aronowitz will evaluate the patient and probably suggest a belt lipectomy ("body lift") and/or tummy tuck. Los Angeles men and women have this procedure to pull the skin taut, remove the excess and smooth out the abdominal area.

Each post-bariatric patient is different, and Dr. Aronowitz insists on a thorough consultation to determine treatment. He comments, "Some patients may need just a tummy tuck, while others may need more than one procedure. It is a case by case situation." The amount of weight lost and the condition of the skin helps determine the areas in need of attention.

Dr. Aronowitz may recommend a number of procedures such as the armplasty, which tightens and shapes the arms, or a thigh lift, which tightens and lifts the thigh area. Some patients may need all over treatment, in which case he may recommend Tips: Find Street Fashion Online(may be you can find what you want on the a complete body lift. This procedure addresses abdominal region, the thighs and buttocks.

It may also be necessary to complement the procedures with liposuction to get the best possible look. Sometimes stubborn fat pockets don't go away even after bariatric surgery.
Dr. Aronowitz said, "I have done my job when I help a person gain back even a little of her self-esteem and confidence after successfully losing weight."    

For more information about post bariatric weight loss plastic surgery with arm lift, thigh lift, body lift, tummy tuck, Los Angeles, or other procedures, visit

About Dr. Joel Aronowitz:

Dr. Joel Aronowitz is a preeminent Los Angeles cosmetic surgeon in practice for over 20 years at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he serves as Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Aronowitz is widely respected in the community and by colleagues for his professional dedication, commitment to precise work, and years of teaching and charitable community work.

Dr. Aronowitz is a cum laude graduate of Southern Methodist University and earned his medical degree in the accelerated program at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Dr. Aronowitz also completed training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Houston's well-known Texas Medical Center.

Dr. Aronowitz is certified as a diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a member in good standing of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the California Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Aronowitz is also a member of the American Society of Bariatric Plastic Surgeons (ASBPS). He is a Qualified Medical Examiner in the state of California and contributes to peer review activities for local institutions, hospitals, and the State of California Board of Medical Quality Assurance.

At Cedars Sinai Medical Center, and as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Plastic Surgery at University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, Dr. Aronowitz shares his extensive knowledge with trainee surgeons. He has lectured on plastic surgery throughout America and internationally, and published several scientific papers in medical journals on corrective surgery for poor results after breast augmentation, facial cosmetic surgery, breast cancer, and other subjects.