During our daily internet trollings we came upon Laura Flook, who, like our headline above so succinctly puts it, was an embalmer who became a model that now designs clothes. Her name popped up on lingerie blog, A Slip Of A Girl, along with a picture of Flook lying on a mortuary table. Charming. Apparently,

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During our daily internet trollings we came upon Laura Flook , who, like our headline above so succinctly puts it, was an embalmer who became a model that now designs clothes. Her name popped up on lingerie blog, A Slip Of A Girl , along with a picture of Flook lying on a mortuary table....

Born out of the desire of its famous fashion designer, Stacey Bendet, to come up with the perfect pair of pants, Alice + Olivia is now a clothing line that encompasses men's wear and childrenwear as well. Celebrated as a real fashion style setter, Alice + Olivia is a brand that reinvents...

Born out of the desire of its famous fashion designer, Stacy Bendet, to come up with the perfect pair of pants, Alice and Olivia is now a clothing line that encompasses men's wear and children wear as well. Celebrated as a real fashion style setter, Alice and Olivia is a brand that reinvents...

Rebecca Minkoff first made a name for herself when she designed the now iconic I Love New York t-shirt that every tourist and hipster alike wears proudly. She again made waves with her Rebecca Minkoff M.A.B. (Morning After Bag) Satcheland saddled up for a collection that now includes clothing...

Actually, It's New (NY Times) "‘People used to laugh at me when I tried to sell these kinds of clothes when I started'... said Alicia Estrada, 39, founder and chief executive of Stop Staring!... the pioneer in reproduction vintage clothing. ‘Now my clothes are sold in 40 countries and more...

Having really great, quality, classic pieces that are work appropriate yet on-trend while keep you confident and climbing that proverbial workplace ladder, trust me. Check out some great power dressing advice from Laura, as well as some pieces and stores that you will definitely want to check...

During our daily internet trollings we came upon Laura Flook, who, like our headline above so succinctly puts it, was an embalmer who became a model that now designs clothes. Her name popped up on lingerie blog, A Slip Of A Girl, along with a picture of Flook lying on a mortuary table. Charming. Apparently,

Even now, many clothing brands are still printing fabricby traditional methods like having individual screens cut for every color needed for an art print. This is why only large clothing companies with big development budgets can afford their own prints. With digital printing becoming more...

 

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