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Miracle Bracelet from Chico's
Chico’s FAS and its family of brands – Chico’s, White House
Black Market, Soma Intimates and Boston Proper are committed to making a
difference in children’s lives, one miracle at a time.
Chico’s FAS has launched its third May is For Miracles
campaign, a multi-faceted program to raise funds for the 170 Children’s Miracle
Network Hospitals® across North America.
Chico’s is selling a limited-edition Miracle
Bracelet and White House Black Market is selling a limited-edition Giving
Miracles Bracelet. Both bracelets are being sold in boutiques and
online for $20, with $10 from the sale of each bracelet benefiting local
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Soma Intimates is donating 50% of the proceeds from their
Sensualities Collection (up to $20,000) and Boston Proper is donating 10% of the
proceeds from their Travel Collection (up to $15,000) to local Children’s
Miracle Network Hospitals.
addition, customers can donate at any of the retailer’s 1350+ boutiques
nationwide, outlets and online, as well as through the unique online social
marketing campaign, Send a Smile. The goal of Send a Smile is to
raise funds and put a smile on the faces of thousands of children. Users can
create their own card through a customized, mobile-enabled microsite and each
brand’s Facebook page. Participants can “share” the card creator experience via
Facebook, Twitter, email, Google+ and Pinterest. The card will then be
printed and delivered to a child being treated in the customer’s local
Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. It’s completely free to create a card and
Chico’s FAS, Inc. will donate $1 for every card created up to $50,000. www.chicos.com/sendasmile.
The date is set. The next edition of the WHO’S NEXT and PREMIERE CLASSE trade shows, will take place from Friday 22nd to Monday 25th January 2016 at Porte de Versailles. In the midst of its extensive renovation work, the Paris Expo - Porte de Versailles is keeping its doors open for events. This ambitious modernisation project aims to strengthen the role that Paris holds as tourism market leader with regards to international business. The first phase of the renovation concerns halls 1 and 7, the main entrance and the central walkway with the creation of travelators between hall 3 and 4. In line with this situation, WHO’S NEXT and PREMIERE CLASSE are having to evolve and transform. The areas are being rethought, reworked, to offer a more fluid experience, a clearer display of the trade shows’ offer. By joining forces with Studio GGSV (Curator of the Saint-Etienne Design Biennial 2013) the trade shows guarantee a quality setting and optimal space layout. The plan is se
What is size XO fashion ? OK, it is possible you have never heard of size XO. It is also possible that size XO does not exist or never has existed. Well, the fact of the matter is that I am fairly sure size XO does exist. I was on facebook last night and on the Fashion Bug page someone was asking why Fashion Bug charged more for size XO then they did for size XL. The lady writting the post mentioned she measured them and they appeared to be the same. Anyway, I tried to research the size and did not find much at all. It is my understanding (possibly and incorrect understanding) that size XO clothing was created for larger size women in the same manner that size zero was created for smaller size women. It is very possibly simply a "vanity" size. OK, here is how Fashion Bug explained the size, " The sizes XL and OX are in fact different. An OX provides more room in various areas of the garment such as the body, armholes, sleeve length and shoulders. And a 1X hav
Is it possible that the world currently has too many fashion blogs? Obviously I understand that fashion is the most interesting subject matter in the universe, but why does everyone wish to blog about it. Although I have not yet completed an official count, I estimate approximately six zillion may be in existence. Here are a few reasons that may possibly contribute to the over population of style relevant blogs: Fashion blogs can make bloggers money (advertising, affiliate programs, etc). Fashion blogging is a creative process. Fashionistas are creative people; it makes sense that they enjoy writing. Fashion bloggers are tired of reading opinions from other people and wish to express their own opinion. Although it is embarrassing to admit, I contribute to several but do NOT derive much of an income for my efforts (yes, this is maybe because I do not write well…). Therefore, I do not think financial gain is the primary reason that the world has to