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23 Key Dates for Your 2021 Fashion Diary

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A new year often means new looks and timely wardrobe choices. From headwear to shoes, every year has something new to offer. There’s always something old to revive. Are you ready to take on the latest trends? Then you should be on the lookout for this year’s important fashion events!

With the world so busy trying to rise from the blows 2020 threw, you may find it challenging to update and keep track of your fashion diary. But don’t fret! You can count on us to help fashion enthusiasts like you! Keep yourself updated on the fashion industry and add these key dates to your 2021 fashion diary.

Fashion Week Dates

With the ongoing pandemic, designers face many challenges. One of these is organizing public gatherings for fashion shows. Despite these logistics challenges. Some fashion weeks scheduled this year are still set to continue.

Paris, Milan, London, and New York are recognized by many as the fashion industry capitals. However, there are other prominent cities when it comes to fashion. Here are the scheduled fashion events you should mark in your calendars.

The Autumn/Winter 2021 Collections

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Is your phone or pen and paper ready? Below are the autumn/winter fashion schedules you need to look out for!

 

  • January 10 – 13: Los Angeles Market Week

 

The Los Angeles Market Week starts this year’s fashion diary. Prestigious brands will be showcasing their latest contemporary selections. They will exhibit them at three showrooms, namely:

  • California Market Center
  • The New Mart
  • Cooper Design Space

Health protocols to protect people against the pandemic are still in place. Thus, the showrooms are accessible only through private appointments. However, it is possible to take a peek without visiting the site personally. You can attend LA Market Week virtually.

 

  • January 12 – 15: Florence Men’s Fashion Week

 

Florence Men’s Fashion Week or the Pitti Uomo is one of the most awaited trade shows in the world. During this week, Florence becomes the global capital for men’s fashion. This fashion event features streetwear, bespoke suits, and high-class loafers from top brands and designers.

 

  • January 15 – 19: Milan Fashion Week Men’s

 

Leading this year’s Big 4 fashion events is the Milano Fashion Week. It will feature 37  brands, 7 of which are new designers. However, they are only displaying five collections physically. Pandemic restrictions abound after all.

Following the 2020 digital event, the 2021 Milan Fashion Week will also be making milestones.

This year, it will host the first-ever Fashion Film Festival Milano. It consists of short productions of fashion films. There will be another first with Ermenegildo Zegna’s ‘phygital’ lineup, making it a half-digital and half-live fashion show.

 

  • January 18 – 24: Berlin Fashion Week

 

Since 2007, Berlin Fashion Week has been one of the greatest opportunities for young designers in Germany. Over 35 German designers are set to parade their fresh designs. Their aim is to promote the practice of sustainable fashion.

This year, BFW will host the Open Studio program for the first time. The program is complete with virtual studio visits and fashion label mentoring.

 

  • January 19 – 24, June 22 – 27: Paris Men’s Fashion Week

 

The Paris Men’s Fashion Week is the first of the six Parisian fashion events. It will display collections from over 71 attending designers. Of this number, 25 will be presenting. The rest will be showcasing their work through runway parades. 

Are you excited? Well, so are we! Here are some designers in the Paris Fashion Week lineup:

  • Hermès
  • Louis Vuitton
  • Walter Van Beirendonck
  • Études
  • Namacheko

 

  • January 25 – 28: Paris Haute Couture Week

 

Paris Haute Couture Week is one of the most awaited fashion weeks in the world. It is known for its custom-made masterpieces. This event features fashion-forward designers, who are always ready to create bold fashion statements.

The haute couture week will feature the usual high-end names of Chanel, Dior, and Maison Margiela.

Besides these, Paris Haute Couture Week 2021 will also feature Alber Elbaz, Charles de Vilmorin, and Sterling Ruby.

 

  • January 27  – February 1: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid

 

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid is the most prestigious event when it comes to Spanish fashion. The fashion show exhibits globally-recognized and up-and-coming designers alike. 

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  • February 2 – 4: Copenhagen Fashion Week

 

Some of you may be looking for the best street looks. If so, make sure you don’t miss out on the Copenhagen Fashion Week. This year, the event goes fully digital and is available for live viewing on February’s first week.

You will also witness the awarding of the Sustainability Award during this event. House of Dagmar, Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard, and Marimekko are the finalists.

Sadly, the trade fairs CIFF and Revolver won’t be on the scene. This is due to government and safety regulations.

 

  • February 13, 2021: New York Women’s Fashion Week

 

New York Fashion Week (NYFW) is also one of the most prestigious fashion events globally. It is home to the industry’s biggest names — Marc Jacobs, Jason Wu, Anna Sui, and Phillip Lim.

NYFW offers various activities. To name a few, there are virtual meet-and-greet sessions and viewing parties. Its online platform allows access to shows and films. There are also fashion and make-up workshops. You can engage in cultural conversations too!

The best thing about NYFW is it’s accessible across all walks of life, from the public to high-end designers.

 

  • February 19 – 23: London Fashion Week

 

The London Fashion Week (LFW) team originally scheduled two separate dates for men’s and women’s lineups.

London Fashion Week continues to innovate and make significant and positive changes in the fashion industry. Thus, for this year, LFW will be showcasing genderless collections through their digital platform.

And the latest innovation to the London Fashion Week?

It’s that it’s now open for all seasons! Thus, there will be a total of three London Fashion Weeks to look forward to.

You don’t even have to worry about getting exclusive invites. Because LFW is going digital, the show will be readily available to industry experts and global consumers this 2021.

They will set a runway around London, following government regulations on COVID protocols, of course.

 

  • February 23 – March 1: Milan Fashion Week Women’s

 

Just after another Big 4 event comes Milan Fashion Week Women’s. There will be seven featured designers in the Fashion Hub Market. These include Gentile Catone, Daniele Carlotta, and Francesca Marchisio.

There will also be six emerging Italian brands. Examples are Bav Tailor and Yatay. They will be promoting sustainable fashion.

 

  • March 1 – 9: Paris Fashion Week

 

This full week exhibits not only Parisian brands. It will also feature internationally-recognized designer clothes. As opposed to the haute couture event, catwalk collections are all from ready-made garments. The lineup for the avant-garde designers is yet to be released.

 

  • March 15 – 20: Rakuten Fashion Week

 

The Big Four fashion events may all be in the west. But who says that only they have a say in fashion trends?

The Rakuten Fashion Week is the most famous fashion event in Japan. The fashion festival takes place in Tokyo, in Shibuya Hikarie and Omotesando Hills. Applications are still ongoing. So, check out their website for updates on the attending designers.

 

  • May 11 – 15: Australia Fashion Week

 

Australia’s fashion week is held annually in Sydney. It is a hub for Australian and Asia Pacific fashion. Who says the pandemic only gives us grief? Fret not! The event offers free participation for designers, stockists, global media, and other industry delegates!

The week-long event consists of fashion shows, seminars, and trade shows. Since last year’s fashion week was canceled, this year will mark Australia Fashion Week’s 25th-anniversary celebration.

The Spring/Summer 2022 Collections

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Although complete details such as platforms and attendees are still to follow, some biannual events have already marked their dates. Here are some of the official schedules for spring/summer fashion weeks.

 

  • April 13 – 21: New York Fashion Week BRIDAL

 

Unlike other fashion weeks, bridal fashion shows come a year before the season they’re predicting. Considering how long it takes to plan a wedding,  this schedule is perfect for brides-to-be.

The most recent bridal fashion week featured the fall 2021 collection. The bridal dresses were diversely styled, of course, with pandemic considerations incorporated in each design. Here are some of the bridal gown trends from last year:

  • Fantastical ball gowns
  • Puffed and dreamy sleeves
  • Medieval and romantic styles
  • Fairy tale and nature-inspired details
  • Asymmetrical dresses

 

  • July 4–8: Paris Haute Couture Week

 

The Paris Haute Couture Week will also have its spring/summer collection. The fashion week will feature custom-made pieces from the top international brands.

 

  • July 6 – 8: Frankfurt Fashion Week

 

This event seeks to showcase international brands and aims to promote sustainability and digitization in fashion. To promote their advocacy, Frankfurt Fashion Week has trade shows, runway shows, and conferences.

They also incorporate smart textiles, virtual reality, and other digital means to cater to tech-savvy and fashion-forward attendees. Besides, they also have a mobile app to help you keep track of everything about their event.

 

  • August 10 – 13: Copenhagen Fashion Week

 

Copenhagen Fashion Week also features sustainable brands in its digitally-presented catwalk parades. 

 

  • September 27  – October 5: Paris Fashion Week

 

Paris Fashion Week may not be the last fashion event for the year, but it is the latest one scheduled thus far. Lineups aren’t available yet, so sign up with them to keep yourself updated!

Non-Seasonal Events

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There are also notable events with no definite seasonal collections.

 

  • May 3: The Met Gala

 

The Met Gala is perhaps one of the most anticipated events globally. Even non-fashion enthusiasts also get the hype.

This high-class fundraiser features some of the most famous celebrities dressed by top designers.

Aside from hundreds of celebrities attending, the annual theme also makes the Met Gala exciting and classy at the same time. The themes in recent years are as follows:

  • 2019: Camp: Notes on Fashion
  • 2018: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination
  • 2017: Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between
  • 2016: Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology
  • 2015: China: Through the Looking Glass

Last year the Met Gala—with a theme, About Time: Fashion and Duration—was postponed indefinitely. It is yet to be announced whether this year’s event will have the same theme.

 

  • May 31: CFDA FASHION AWARDS

 

The Council of Fashion Designers in America (CFDA) awards the most outstanding designers annually. Since 1981, it has been the most significant award shows for designers in the US. So, if you want to discover emerging designers or the best menswear designers, be sure to tune in to this event.

 

  • June 11 – 14: London Fashion Week

 

Another date for the genderless and non-seasonal London Fashion Week takes place in the middle of the year. Subscribe to their website for more details.

 

  • September 17 – 21: London Fashion Week

 

The September LFW will be the last of the three London Fashion Week events. Check out their website for updates on their lineup.

Colors of the Year: 2021 Color Palettes

Pantone colors

Pantone sets the mood yearly with its announcement of the color of the year. It makes its prediction by analyzing patterns and trends in fashion, entertainment, beauty, art collections, and famous tourist sites.

The Pantone color of the year is a mix of somber and cheerful. The official 2021 Pantone colors are Ultimate Gray (17-5104) and Illuminating (13-0647).

But Pantone didn’t stop at just setting the colors of the year. The organization also shares its predictions for seasonal trends. For spring and summer, Pantone has released three color palettes:

  • Summer bouquet: blush beauty, pink suede, winery, meringue,, pepper stem, little piglet, party pink
  • Intoxicating: fairy wing, tomatillo, carnival glass, dream of cotton, silence, lemon fizz silence
  • Power surge: boudoir red, nobility, fairy wing, fled maple, siesta, lime zest, pepper stem, and iced mango, nobility

 

 

Fashion and Style Predictions

Pantone isn’t the only one making predictions about this year’s trends!

Nylon Magazine has included two-tone pieces in its style predictions. On the other hand, knitted bra tops, bold puff sleeves, and trenches are Insider and Harper Bazaar’s predicted style trends.

Fashion experts also believe 1980s silhouettes will return as one of the top styles for women’s fashion.

Designer Patrick Kenger also forecasted a new-found acceptance of high-waisted pants in menswear. He also shared his predictions on men’s wear to Insider, claiming a comeback of the 1950s and 1960s styles.

With the ever-changing trends and styles, fashion can be a challenging lifestyle to live up to. But the variety — from colors and styles to accessories and pieces — is so fun, isn’t it?

And luckily, you can plan out your outfits and reinvent your wardrobe with the right resources. There are many options to choose from. You can subscribe to fashion weeks, follow style predictions, and utilize trendy color palettes. This way, you can maintain a chic lifestyle! So note every date and tip we’ve listed and make 2021 your most fashionable year yet.

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STANDOUT LOOKS FROM PRE FALL 2017

Fashion show

Pre-Fall shows have now become a mainstay in the fashion calendar, being just as highly anticipated as the main seasonal shows. From Chanel to Oscar de la Renta, these were some of the standout looks from the Pre Fall 2017 runway shows.

Chanel 

Held at the Ritz in Paris, the Chanel Pre-Fall 2017 show was as glamorous and extravagant as you would expect. The collection itself is quite eclectic, but this means that there are looks available to suit just about every style. From metallic figure-hugging knit dresses to dramatic black leather capes to tiered skirts creating a beautifully classic silhouette, these looks each have a timeless quality about them, and are likely to be a huge hit next season.

Oscar de la Renta 

While the fantasy-like dresses created by Oscar de la Renta are always adored, the brand’s standout looks for Pre-Fall 2017 were focussed around the footwear instead. Evening flats take center stage, with everything from embellished slide-on shoes to embroidered slippers, and these were styled with such a wide range of garments, from formal ball gowns to casual sweaters, showcasing their versatility.

Coach 

Coach was another brand that produced quite an eclectic Pre-Fall 2017 collection, and this was also the first time that they put both womenswear and menswear on the runway together. The looks that really stood out were the boy/girl versions of different garments, such as biker jackets, parkas, varsity jackets and shearlings. Sequinned embroidered patches were also seen on the majority of garments, which were originally created as a collaboration with artist Gary Baseman but have now experienced quite the upgrade.

Nili Lotan 

Military influences could be seen throughout the Pre-Fall 2017 collection from Nili Lotan, with these hard and edgy looks contrasting with others that were sensuously feminine. While all of the pieces from this collection are worth mentioning, the star of the show was Lotan’s signature slip dress, which had been updated in a camouflage print silk chiffon, featuring velvet straps and a raw, frayed hemline.

Victoria Beckham 

Victoria Beckham’s Pre-Fall 2017 collection was exquisitely chic, with one of the key colors being a marled pink flecked with gray, and this could be seen on a wide range of garments. Beckham’s bias-cut slip dress was also a standout, as this featured a reverse pinstripe with black stripes on a white background, as well as a matching silk button-down shirt to make the dress office-appropriate. Plaid was also another popular choice, and this seems to be the case in many of the Pre-Fall 2017 collections, so is likely to be quite the trend next season.

As always, the Pre-Fall 2017 shows featured many standout looks that you are likely to soon see much more of as 2017 progresses. If you have been looking to update your wardrobe in time for the next season, then these pieces would be a great place to start.

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FALL 2016 FASHION TRENDS

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With every new season comes exciting new fashion trends, and the hottest ones for this fall are guaranteed to add some extra style to your look. From avant-garde ruffles to ultra-warm shearling, these will be some of the most popular trends for fall 2016.

Ruffles

Ruffles consistently make a comeback in the fashion world, but this season takes them to new heights with the over-the-top proportions that were seen on runways. While designers such as Christian Siriano and Cushnie et Ochs may have produced ruffled garments that many women would not find wearable, other top designers, such as Jill Stuart, have scaled these down into styles that would work for just about every occasion.

Velvet

Soft and luxurious, velvet has been making a slow return over the years, with short, black, velvet dresses being especially popular last year. This season sees many more designers making use of this classic fabric, manipulating it in ways that make it look fluid and ultra feminine, from the ruched styles at Preen to the sophisticated designs from Prada to the flowing and flirtatious separates from Monse and Alberta Ferretti.

Statement Furs

One of the most controversial of materials out there, fur has made its way back into the limelight for this fall. With both real and faux furs being featured, the main difference this season is that the material has been used in garments that truly make a statement. From the floral fur found at Michael Kors to the cotton candy fur coat created by J.Crew, a statement fur guarantees that not only will you be kept warm and comfortable, but you will also have all eyes on you wherever you may go.

Shearling

Shearling, which many do not realize is actually sheepskin, is another incredibly warm material, making it perfectly suited to the colder weather of fall. From just about every runway show, it would seem as though shearling is the go-to material for outerwear this season, with Celine in particular having some gorgeously cut coats. For those who want to wear shearling in a more unusual way, 1205 has used the material to create stunning dresses that will certainly inject some chic into your look.

Metallic Gold

Metallics in general are going to be seen everywhere this fall and winter, but gold will definitely be the color of choice for most people. Metallic gold is such a stand-out color, making it ideal for attention-grabbing pieces. For those who want a one-piece, Rachel Zoe has a sheer metallic gold maxi dress that would be ideal for seasonal get togethers, while Baja East has produced some metallic gold formal tops that can easily be paired with pants that you already own, instantly making this high fashion trend much more wearable. 

In terms of fashion, fall and winter 2016 are certainly set to be exciting. With everything from re-invented velvet to bright, sparkling metallics, these trends are each extremely distinct, but also versatile and wearable at the same time.

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SPRING 2016 FASHION TOURS

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With spring almost officially upon us, now is the perfect time to begin your annual wardrobe overhaul, clearing out your winter layers and making space for hot spring looks. When it comes to filling all of that new space, there is no better place for shopping and style inspiration than the fashion capitals of the world. While it can be daunting navigating unfamiliar streets in search of the best buys, a fashion tour takes care of that, taking you to all of the places that a fashionista needs to visit. From the buzzing sidewalks of New York to the elegant cobblestones of Paris, these are some of the best fashion tours to take this spring.

 

New York

The fashion industry is a strong part of New York City’s past and present, making a fashion tour a great way to learn all about this, while being taken to the hottest shops and designer showrooms at the same time. For those of you who just want to browse, WindowsWear hosts a two- hour Fashion Window Walking Tour of New York, beginning at Macy’s and heading up Fifth Avenue, taking in some of the most spectacular window displays in the world. For something more exclusive, check out the Urban Oasis Shopping Tour, which not only includes insider shopping at private showrooms, but will also take you to pattern-making facilities, small factories and fabric shops, educating you about the complete design process from conception to completion. Each tour is conducted by a professional fashion designer, guaranteeing fascinating first-hand knowledge and the best style advice.

 

Milan

Some of the greatest Italian fashions and styles come from Milan, and a fashion tour of this city is ideal for those who love Italian fashion. Milano Fashion Tours offer a two and a half hour walking tour of the city, where you will not only visit a diverse selection of boutiques, but will also have the opportunity to visit a designer’s studio, learning first hand about how designers hand make the finest quality Italian garments. Each tour can be customized to ensure that it caters to your personal style and tastes.

 

Paris

Paris is known for its elegant style, but, for those who do not speak French, navigating the stylish boutiques can often be quite the challenge. Localers is an organization that personal shoppers and tour guides to take visitors around the fashionable Montmartre district. The tour begins at a Parisian café, where you can discuss with your guide, who will always be a professional designer, exactly what you are looking for, before being taken to the best shops for your personal style. The tour also includes a visit to a design studio, with the particular studio depending on what you hope to find in the city. Paris Shopping Tours also offer a variety of different fashion tours, from their Paris Fashion Tour to the Paris Vintage Tour to the Personal Shopping Tour to the Paris Chic Tour, with their fantastic variety meaning that you will no doubt be able to find a tour that excites you.

While there are definitely advantages to browsing a city’s fashion offerings on your own, a fashion tour will ensure that you don’t miss out on the very best shops, and will also give you exclusive access to areas and design studios that you would not have been able to visit on your own. Most tours can be customized to suit the time frame that you have, so, if you are a passionate fashionista, keep these tours in mind the next time you are traveling to a fashion capital of the world.

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SPRING TRENDS

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Spring brings with it an array of different beauty and hair trends, giving you the perfect excuse to switch up your style and try something new.  This week, OROGOLD Reviews has not only gathered together all of the “Sleek and Straight Hair Trends” that you need to know, but will also be sharing the most “Beautiful Eyebrow Trends”, ensuring that your hair and brows will be on point for spring.

Celebrities have direct access to skin care and beauty specialists all over the world, as they need their skin to be as flawless as possible. American singer, actress and model Demi Lovato is known for her gorgeous glow, which is why OROGOLD Deep Peeling will be bringing you all you need to know about “Demi Lovato’s Clear Skin Regimen”.

Now that we have your hair and skin taken care of for spring, it is time to overhaul that winter wardrobe, and there is no better way to do this than by seeking inspiration from the major fashion capitals of the world. From New York to Milan, OROGOLD has rounded up some of the best “Spring 2016 Fashion Tours”.

We always has an eye on the various fashion trends that come and go each season, and one of the hottest trends expected to be huge this spring focuses on the shoulders. From cold-shoulder silhouettes to off-shoulder billowy tops, “In for Spring: Strong Shoulders” can be found on OROGOLD WordPress.

With spring comes spring break, and no matter how you plan on spending it, having a toned body is always a benefit. If you would like to learn about a “Springbreak Workout” that is easy to replicate and will have you on your way to feeling your healthiest yet, head on over to How to Use OROGOLD.

We always love to explore different cities and neighborhoods, and this week we will be checking out New York City’s SoHo, which, for those of you who were not aware, stands for south of Houston, because the area lies south of Houston Street. For an exclusive guide to the hottest shops, art galleries and restaurants that “SoHo” has to offer, visit OROGOLD Locations now.

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FASHION WEEK

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OROGOLD Store Locator shall be posting an OROGOLD Report on the Paris Fashion Week in an article titled “OROGOLD Reports: Paris Fashion Week”. Among the many fashion weeks that are held all over the globe, the Paris Fashion Week is considered to be one of the most anticipated ones. This year, the Paris Fashion Week threw a number of surprises at us, featured some breathtakingly creative catwalks and highlighted some of the most exciting fashion trends. Get the lowdown on the Paris Fashion Week in this article.

 

With fashion trends coaxing us to go makeup-free this season, How to Use OROGOLD offers the “Top Tips for Natural Makeup” letting you enjoy the perfect ‘au naturel’ look. We feel scared to be in the public without makeup, but we don’t always need makeup to look beautiful. In fact, there are plenty of ways to look beautiful without any makeup. This article from OROGOLD Cosmetics introduces you to a few tips that should help you look beautiful and gorgeous without having to give up on your dream of wearing natural makeup.

 

OROGOLD.com  is very excited about “Gold in Fashion”, an article that that highlights the history of gold in the world of fashion. Gold has been integral to mankind ever since its discover during the early ages. From being worn as jewelry to being used in creating fascinating architectural masterpieces, from being used in art to making its way into beauty and skin care, gold has always influenced world fashion in so many ways. This article takes you through gold’s journey in the fashion world and highlights its splendor over the years.

 

OROGOLD Stores shall be introducing you to the “Top European Fashion Shows”. Thinking of becoming a part of some of the most exclusive fashion shows in Europe? Thinking about which fashion show to visit and which one to skip? Find impossible to choose between iconic fashion shows such as the London Fashion Week and the Paris Fashion Week? This article gives you insights into the top fashion shows in Europe.

 

OROGOLD WordPress is scheduled to feature an article titled “How to Get the Bare Fresh-Faced Look”. A fresh-faced complexion is just about the most perfect thing that you can wear this spring. Go for a natural look during the warmer months and put your best face forward without having to depend on dramatic makeup or loading your face with foundations. OROGOLD Cosmetics offers a few important tips to let you enjoy a bare fresh-faced look this spring.

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HIGH-END FASHION

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High end fashion is taking the world by the storm and it isn’t just restricted to the elite anymore. A number of high-end fashion brands are making more accessible items that are available to a large range of people. Digital media has played a huge role in reshaping the way the world looks at high-end fashion. The growth of social media sites has made high-end fashion products a basic necessity and not having them at your disposal almost makes one feel incomplete.

Ultimately, what needs to be understood is that high end fashion is all about enjoying something that you never thought that you would have, but ended up purchasing. It could be that luxury yacht or a gold plated watch. It could be staying in a world famous resort or taking a trip to some of the most exotic destinations. It could be using a luxury skin care product on your skin or giving yourself that exorbitant makeover. Ultimately, high-end fashion is about enjoying what you have to its fullest.

This week, OROGOLD.com tries to investigate whether fashion is actually an art. And with the world of fashion descending into art museums in many countries, this review couldn’t have come at a better time.

Another website to watch out for is OROGOLD Stores. OROGOLD Stores shall be reviewing the best high-end fashion destinations in some of the most iconic cities in the world such as London and New York all throughout the week. These shopping guides shall offer you access to the best and most luxurious designers in these cities for that ultimate fashion experience.

OROGOLD is very excited about a post that is slated to appear later on in the week on OROGOLD WordPress.  Titled “10 Luxury Designers to Watch”, this article shall help you find out some of the best and hottest designers currently doing the rounds in the world of international fashion.

After yet another week of arguments, The “Asked and Answered Section” is back with some more friendly fights. This time it’s about something that’s bound to put you at loggerheads with your bestie, particularly if you love heels and she loves flats, or vice versa. Yes, that’s right. This week’s Asked and Answered on How to Use OROGOLD is “Heels Vs Flats”.

Finally, watch out for an article titled “The Business of Fashion – Expanding into New Territories” that is scheduled to appear on OROGOLD School later in the week. This article showcases how some of the largest fashion brands in the world created branded hotels and transformed them into brand beacons in new territories.