Fashion Brand Neon Kisses Empowers Kids with Bold, Eccentric Clothing – Press Release

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / January 17, 2021 / In the age of trends and social media, authenticity has become a rare commodity. Many fall into the trap of going with the flow in hopes of fitting in with the status quo. Amid all this, fashion brand Neon Kisses empowers kids with clothing that makes them stand out from the rest of the crowd and allow their unique characters to shine.

Neon Kisses is a forward-thinking clothing line made for extraordinary kids. The company aims to encourage its wearers to embrace their originality and be fearless in expressing themselves in a fun, colorful way. Anyone can blend in with usual, conventional clothing. But Neon Kisses amplifies the importance of letting kids explore their personalities through fashion, no matter how loud their choices may be.

With their line made from modern prints and bold colors, Neon Kisses has gained the

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Great Outfits in Fashion History: Dorothy Dandridge Layering Tulle Over Pants


There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

In recent years, stars have learned that layering a dress over a pair of pants is a fun red carpet trick, whether it’s Emma Watson in Raf Simons for Dior at the 2014 Golden Globes or Amal Clooney in Richard Quinn at the 2018 Met Gala. But, as with all things, these celebrities aren’t exactly reinventing the style wheel. Hollywood icon Dorothy Dandridge rocked the skirt over pants look all the way back in 1956 — and it looks just as fresh today as it did then. 

From the timeless cut of the jacket (peep the covered buttons and three-quarter length sleeves) and the

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Once there was a tiger. Animals in fashion photography

Fashion photography has long-shared an inextricable relationship with the allure of exotic animals—which have long-been thought to heighten a brand’s appeal and intensify its symbols and codes of exclusivity. 

In a bid to construct a lucid fantasy-driven world, where haute couture is balanced and buoyed by its proximity to rare animals fashion photographers’ have sought out exotic locales and breeds with the same fervency, ever since fashion magazines have existed. For Vogue’s January 1926 issue, an illustrative cover depicted a model in a green gown, riding horseback on a zebra. For the better part of the 1960s and 70s, models like Apollonia and Lilly Daché were photographed time and time again dining with cheetahs (shot by Leombruno-Bodi) and lounging on the backs of giant turtles in Seychelles (captured by Norman Parkinson and styled by Grace Coddington). 

A zebra and giraffes on the cover of “Vogue”, January 1926.


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30 Black-Owned Fashion Brands You Can Support Right Now

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This story appears in STYLECASTER’s Activism Issue, starring Jurnee Smollett. Click here for more.  

Protest. Donate. Speak out on social media. Speak up in real life. There’s a lot you can do right now to fight racism, police brutality and discrimination, and while you’re at it, you can also shop from Black-owned fashion brands to support the community and elevate your wardrobe in the process. Black culture is an essential part of the fashion world today, influencing myriad trends and birthing many of the industry’s top designers, models, influencers and celebrities.

Of course, you should first spend your coin donating to anti-racist organizations and other charitable funds, but if you do decide you need a little retail therapy to cope with everything that’s going on in the world, make the effort to shop Black-owned brands whenever possible. And don’t act like you’re doing them a

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