All posts tagged: women’s fashion

Jacque Amadi: Breaking Barriers and Paving the Way with Fashion

From the large city of Witchita in south-central Kansas rests the passionate and humble Jacque Amadi. She is the owner of the quirky and classy growing online fashion boutique Shop Lioness. Growing up Amadi often sold things to classmates however she had no idea she would eventually immerse herself in the shoes of a working college student and businesswomen. Initially what began in late 2012 as a way to earn extra money throughout her undergraduate years at University of Kansas, the upcoming business owner now has a working desire to inspire young African-American women. I want to be able to hire other people of color. I want to find a way to give back and do something meaningful, not just sell clothes,” Amadi states. When asked who inspired her she noted Fashion Bomb Daily’s Claire Sulmers as one of the women she hopes to become. The rising young entrepreneur also had the pleasure of being featured in Fashion Bomb Daily which is one of her favorite daily fashion resources. Amadi also admires Necole Kane of the notable …

Amy Valentine: Timeless UK Fashion

Daily outfit inspirations vary with every woman. It can be as complex as fashion from other cultures or as simple as the weather outside. No matter where the inspiration comes from, it all comes down to the execution. For eighteen-year-old Amy Valentine Joslin, daily ensembles are inspired by her day-to-day mood or sometimes the music she is currently listening to. “I’d say that my style usually combines femininity with a touch of masculine grunge,” Joslin said. She may be inspired by simple things, but Joslin executes each style effortlessly with uniqueness and creativity–nothing like YHM has ever seen before on Timeless Fashion! “My favorite high street shops are Urban Outfitters, Topshop and Zara but I also like to shop online from independent businesses a lot,” Joslin said. The thing I like most about independent businesses is the originality and effort that goes into the products. The people that run them work so hard and really believe in the products. Young Hot and Modern Magazine has seen Timeless Fashion from Cali to New York City, but how …

Classic Trends Never Die

A girl can have a closet filled with clothes and still claim she has nothing to wear. And there is always that constant struggle of whether an outfit is “in” or not. Trends in the fashion industry have become part of a cycle and we learn that while many styles come and go, classic trends never die! Iconic female characters will forever inspire women’s fashion. We always want the latest fashion trends in our closets to make us look hip but not take away from who we are. Twenty-year-old Brittany Mahoney–Fashion Marketing and Merchandising student at The Art Institute of New York City–finds her style inspiration by living in one of the fashion capitals of the world and learning from a personal icon of her own–her grandmother! YHM: How do you think Rosie the Riveter and June Cleaver define women of the 1950′s and now in 2013? Brittany Mahoney (BM): The two women are opposite in nature, however both understand their role in society in their given period of time. Rosie the Riveter represents the hard-working woman …