Dear Loyal The Science of Style Readers I'm Jessica, the new contributing writer from the US. I'm based in New York City, where grew up, and went to high school and college (university to you). After attending series of pretentious schools, I graduated with a very expensive degree in...

Dressing for science events is difficult - you don't want to be too wacky or you kind of discourage people from talking to you/looking at your poster, but still you want to be true to your personal style. For day one in the sunshine here outside Boston I have opted for a simple Joseph t-shirt...

simulated water splashes worn on models & the most intricate of design details; the collections presented by van herpen often blur the lines that separate science & style. while not known as widely, around the world as the bigger labels like gucci, fendi or prada- true artistry is represented...

Treat Yourself 2011 on TSoS (The Science of Style) is almost coming up – keep your ear to the ground. I will be giving away a variety of delightful gifts from December on my blog to my lovely lovely followers, because you are great and I wanna thank you for making my blog what it...

What do you know of science-based style? The has a fantastic exhibit on Tech Style until July 10th. It examines the collaboration of technology and scientists working with designers to create fashion in new ways. Fashion in 2016 is so much more than a traditionally woven fabric pushed...

The 1st step is to sculpt your breasts, drawing the excess tissue (their words) into your chest; 2nd step is to sculpt and contour your chest (so they're perky) and the 3rd step is designed to enhance. It's a workout for your breasts, without actually working out. There's also a 3 step for...

 

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