For Jennifer Aniston, a new house was the beginning of a new life. Amy Astley, the editor-in-chief of Architectural Digest, which published the actress’s home in its March issue, sat down with Aniston’s longtime interior designer, Stephen Shadley, to discuss the Dumplin’ actress’s talent for design and how her new home helped her start over. “It was about the time that she and Justin got together. And I think it was just like, let’s try and look for something together,” says Shadley, of Aniston’s decision to let go of her beloved Beverly Hills home, which he also decorated and AD published in 2010. “She loved the first house so much. She was conflicted about selling it, but wanted to move on in her life.” “She was ready to turn the page — new home, new life with Justin,” Astley adds, not
Generating engagement on social media is imperative for any brand that wants to boost awareness or grow a customer base—which let’s face it, is every brand. So it’s no secret that as consumers of digital media, our newsfeeds are overwhelmed with customer stories, updates and calls to action as a result. As users, we’re getting inundated, and as social media managers, we’re finding it tougher to stand out. The strategy for those in the know? Get visual. The Importance of Getting Visual on Social Media The power of visuals to grab attention and drive engagement is undeniable. Think about it, what type of content do you engage with in your own time? A study by OKDork and BuzzSumo analyzed 100 million articles and found that including an image with a post on...
Fashion went to the dogs years ago and it has only gotten better since. One of the masterminds behind the ever-expanding world of dog fashion is designer Anthony Rubio. This man with a vision devotes his time to creating stunning, one-of-a-kind pieces for the haute couture-loving dogs of the world. Along with dressing the canine elites for big events, Rubio has his own fashion show each year during New York Fashion Week. The must-see event features human and pooch models, all wearing Rubio’s extravagant creations. Can’t get enough of cats, dogs and other furry friends? Click here to get the cutest pet news and photos delivered directly to your inbox. For the designer, one of his favorite parts of the annual show, is watching the reactions of the crowd as the first dog paws out on the catw
After presenting in KL Fashion Week, Ezzati Amira’s ready-wear designs shot to popularity. Nonetheless, the brand still struggles to create sustainability. She admits that competition is tough with affordable high-volume brands, but she vows to educate Malaysians about fashion. Ezzati Amira is basically a mainstay for the KL Fashion Week, presenting a refreshing blend of masculine elements into elegant and comfortable looks. The aesthetic has been Ezzati’s signature ever since—on the runway and in her self-named store. Much has been said about this 29-year-old fashionista’s eye for design. Selling limited edition off-the-rack pieces, you won’t find any of this designer’s pieces for below RM100. Costs run high when you’re only selling a limited numbe