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In this series, the designer discussed the formal marriage of LGBTQ+ group. In the preliminary research, he consulted a large number of data platform social news, and interviewed a large number of people to find out the motive of formal marriage due to family constraints Love follows one's own heart, but deceptive choices based on social pressure (family reproduction) can both harm unsuspecting partners (tongwei) and seriously hinder the legalization of gay marriage by promoting alternative options (forma marriage) I hope that through this series, we can draw people's attention to the same wife group and people in similar situations, so as not to increase the number of victims who get married by cheating, but also to encourage people to accept themselves and pursue love bravely.
About your accessories
When we prepare a new outfit, we already know to choose our clothes very carefully, but let's not forget, to do the same with the accessories.
They make the difference between a perfect outfit and a failed one. An outfit without accessories may look poor. As well if you wear to many accessories at the same time you will be overdressed.
Accessories are all those elements that we add to beautify, complete, correct or modify an outfit: hats, headbands, jewelry, scarves, sunglasses, gloves, belts, brooches, bags, etc.
Basic styling rules
Match them to the location, the dress code, and the rest of the clothing pieces. You can't go to the gym with a string of pearls and a big leather bracelet doesn't match to a silk evening dress.
Take into account the rule of contrast. If we have a simple outfit, accessories can predominate. A simple black dress may be combined with colorful accessories and an extravagant bag. If the outfit is already very colorful or has many layers, then the accessories must be as simple as possible or in one of the colors already existing in our outfit. For example, a leopard print dress will be worn with a simple black purse, maybe brown, and with some delicate jewelry.
Do not mix too many types of accessories: for example, colored plastic bracelets combined with gold jewelry.
Place them in a certain part. As an example, in case of a lot of colorful bracelets and a belt at the waist, a large necklace is no longer necessary.
The hidden secrets of your accessories
Your bag. The bag is an indispensable accessory for women. So, if we still have it with us, why shouldn't we use it also to balance our figure; just by choosing the right type of bag for our body type.
For the apple silhouette, the best option is a large bag, with a longer strap, worn on the shoulder or a medium bag held on the arm, to cover our hips. A handbag is perfect for sports outfits. Also, a smaller bag, but worn diagonally, can be a good option. In addition, it creates the illusion of length in the abdomen.
For the pear body type we need to add volume at the top. A medium-sized day bag worn on the shoulder will enhance the image of our figure. For evening outfits, we can choose an envelope-type purse, which we can wear under the armpit.
For the rectangular body, we can carry the bag almost anywhere, but we must get the illusion of volume on the opposite side through clothing. So, if we wear the purse on the top, we choose an A skirt or a pair of wider pants. If we have a handbag, at the top we add ruffles, macro prints, puffy sleeves or anything else that enlarges.
For the hourglass silhouette, a small purse is the right one, so as not to damage the silhouette. Another option is the handbag. For sports, street wear, or casual outfits, the backpack is a good option.
In addition, when we want to look taller, we should use a small bag, which we should keep as high as possible. At the same time for very tall women, a large bag, worn in the hand, visually shortens the length of the body.
Beside the fact that accessories can improve your image, your favorite accessory can also help you change your mood. Have you ever felt hat you want to change your temperamental attitude at the office or that you want to have more confidence in yourself during an interview, but you can’t?
A simple trick would be to use a watch, a bracelet or even a ring as a anchor. Anchoring is a process used to change the old habits of your brain. Anchors can be of different kinds, but the important thing is that they all aim to give the impetus to an action and can help you change your emotional state, being created consciously or unconsciously. We think about the emotional state, which we desire or want to replace and with what. As we wear the accessory and look at it, we associate a certain gesture with it, we try to describe, visualize, and relive a moment in which we have experienced this condition at some point. What we did was to associate the condition with our accessory, and every time we use it, we will feel appropriate.
Another tip would be to use accessories made of crystals. Due to their properties, crystals can treat different conditions and improve our mood.
Our mood is as important as our image and as we have seen, we can use every little piece in our wardrobe to look good and to feel good.
Writer/Wardrobe Stylist/Model: Paula Rusu
Photographer: Comșa Bogdan
Biomedical, lawyer, models and fitness muses make up the team of 27 candidates who will compete for the R$ 50,000 prize and the most beautiful butt titleholder in Brazil.
“The colors of the Brazilian flag used in the official bikinis serve to symbolize the support of the contest at the moment that Brazil is experiencing”, declares Cacau Oliver, creator of the contest.
On November 28, 2011, the first Miss Bumbum Brasil contest was born. The contest had 27 candidates, each representing a Brazilian state. In the first phase, by popular vote, it was defined who the 15 finalists were. In the final, those 15 fights for the preference of the judges who evaluate three requirements: “Aesthetics in the swimsuit parade”, “Aesthetics in the parade in gala attire” and “Graciousness during the entire participation in the event”.
Miss Bumbum is one of the most famous contests in Brazil and according to research in Google Analytics, it has millions of citations around the world. The contest has been featured in newspapers such as The New York Times, the international celebrity website TMZ and has had numerous quotes in tabloids such as THE SUN, The MIRROR, DAILY STAR and many others. On television, it won its own Reality Show, in 2012, on Globo TV's Multishow channel. There were more than 34 documentaries in the world, including Japan.
In one of the most memorable editions of 2012, the biggest phenomenon of Miss Bumbum was born. Andressa Urach, who also participated in the first edition, took second place in the competition, and won the hearts of the public and the media. Years later, she participated in the reality show “A Fazenda”, she became a TV show host and in 2021 she became a partner and poster girl for the contest.
In the following years the winners were Indianara Carvalho, representative of Santa Catarina (2014); Suzy Cortez, representative of the Federal District (2015); Erika Canela, representative of the state of Bahia (2016); Rosie Oliveira, representative of the state of Amazonas (2017) and Ellen Santana, representative of the state of Rondônia (2018).
The grand final of 2021 will take place in July, in an event in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.
Miss Bumbum official: @missbumbumbrasil / Brazil
Creative Director: @cacauoliver / Portugal
Photos credits MBB21 / Miss Bumbum official
Advisory Service: Marcio Demari - @sejacapaderevista / Brazil
Model: Déia Cavalheiro IG: cavalheiro_deiaCreative Director: Cacau Oliver IG: cacauoliverCreative Director/Publication Editor: Marcio Demari IG: sejacapaderevista WB: www.escritoriodigital.net.brFashion Show Producer/Photographer: Miss Bumbum Brasil IG: missbumbumbrasil
Seeun Kim is South Korean, trained in Jewellery and precious metals in the Royal College of Art, London (2018-2020) and Hiko-Mizuno College of Jewellery, Tokyo (2012-2016).
She believes that human hand is a gift from human evolution. Even though today there are advanced technologies, including the CAD and 3D printing industry, handicraft products have a rareness and beauty compared to mass-produced manmade products. Furthermore, there is an inexpressible complexity in the handicraft world that a machine cannot imitate. Thus, she has decided to develop her works more broadly by striking a balance between the tradition and the modern. Seeun has been focusing on her own sophisticated handcrafted skills since 2012. Moreover, her works have been dealt with jewellery and metal objects based on arts and humanities.
Seeun undertakes her project to highlight the importance of community, in the hope of living in a society where everyone can live with a smile. Finally, she hopes that her works will provide the people who appreciate it with an opportunity for self-reflection and an awareness of those around them.
<The Silla Collection 100 Project>
This project consists of 100 brooch pieces. My Silla Collection 100 Project was inspired by the traditional ornaments of the Silla dynasty.
Today, as the quality of life for modern people improves, the younger generation is becoming increasingly inclined to prefer expensive luxury goods; thus, expensive jewellery and ornaments have become a symbol of luxury or vanity.
From this point of view, I think it is important to protect the cultural heritage of our ancestors in a modern society. Thus, I would like to leave a message to modern people through this project that it is essential to protect the cultural heritage of our ancestors.
Then why the Silla period?
In the Three Kingdom period of Korea, the development of ornaments was subdivided,
and today we can see the extensive history of metal crafts. Among them, the Silla period can be said to be the golden age of the development of Korean ornaments. Silla is the country in which the most brilliant metal culture flourished, and the metal work was prominent in both quantity and quality. Various types of metal products were produced. In the Silla period, science and technology were also highly developed, and metal processing techniques such as metallurgy, gold, copper working and plating were
Moreover, ceramics and lacquers were exported to China and Japan as Silla’s special products. The historical and cultural backgrounds of Silla were very impressive to me and inspired me to undertake the Silla Collection 100 Project.
I also think that people who appreciate this project may wonder why I have completed 100 brooches. I think that the number 100 will mean a lot to us today. I think the number 100 does not simply mean a natural number greater than 99 and less than 101, but it means perfection, maturity, and preparation for what comes next. Furthermore, I think it is a number that represents society.
Water can boil from 100 degrees Celsius; in other words, it is in one state up to 99 degrees,
but it generates energy from one degree higher. I think that our society is still at the same level as the number 99 because the people of today have forgotten the value of the cultural heritage of our ancestors.
However, if modern people respect and preserve diverse cultural heritages, I think that they could learn about the various historical, cultural and social backgrounds of their ancestors, which will provide them with an opportunity to expand their horizons.
At the same time, I think that if they prepare for the future, their community will be a step forward. Like the number 100.
Finally, this moment in which we are living will also be reflected in our future descendants. This would be the same reason that the number 100 revolves.
Jewelry Designer: Seeun Kim
Jeweller, maker & Photography ©Seeun Kim