The Most Remarkable Books Every Fashion Newbie Needs

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Gathering inspiration, sometimes our fashion research might just be limited to fashion magazines and websites. For wannabe fashion designers in college or fashionistas, I think it’s so much more important to diversify their sources of ideas. As a fashion newbie, you need a wide range of knowledge in a variety of fields, in order to develop your own […]


The 15 Best Fashion Trends for 2017

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Fashion weeks are crucial because they help us to predict the fashion trends to expect throughout the year. Fellows of street style accepted most trends seen during the fashion week, and many people love them. Some of them are a floral pattern, pink, boxy jackets and much more as discussed below. PRETTY IN PINK Pink […]

The Big Secret Why You Gonna Love This Blog

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  If you were given the chance to do one thing for the rest of your life every single day, what would it be? If your answer is drawing and fashion design, welcome to Fashion ARTventures ! The blog where you can finally get the complete guidance for your dream career in the fashion industry. Share your thoughts on style, […]

Illustration: Bulgarian Folk Costume- Nosiya

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In today’s post, I’m going to talk about a chapter in fashion history very close to my heart- the Bulgarian traditional folk costume. The costume in my tutorial, also called nosiya, is a young bride’s winter costume from the second half of the 19th century, from Southeastern Thrace. The dress is a tunic or soukman […]

Traditional clothing: Bulgarian Folk Costume

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The Bulgarian folk costume was worn in Bulgarian villages until the beginning of the 20th century. These garments were hand-made in the villages using materials that were produced locally. The traditional materials are linen, hemp, wool, silk, and cotton. Bulgarian women made their costumes all by themselves. At the age of five, little girls started learning to spin […]