Fashion Designer Paul Aarrington Prepares to Pivot to Expand His Brand

Paul Aarrington begun as an intern at RCA Information with aspirations to get the job done in the music business. Soon right after, he felt unsatisfied and made a decision to start out his own vogue line, PAUL AARRINGTON, INC.

The business was founded in 1996, and his layouts began appearing in quite a few retail suppliers, such as Macy’s. His career in vogue took off by way of fashion reveals and working with other distinguished designers. Aarrington was equipped to perform with the likes of VIBE and TIME publications. His outfits also built way for him to style many radio personalities and Television hosts.

Recently, Aarrington established a small factory, print store, and media corporation to increase his brand and elevate his small business to the upcoming amount. BLACK Organization spoke with the entrepreneur to examine his beginnings and how he anticipates his small business will modify relocating

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18 warm-weather picks to shop now

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Summer shopping doesn’t always have to cost a fortune.

With summer quickly approaching, it’s about time to start adding new warm-weather pieces to your closet. Whether you’re headed on vacation, spending a day at the beach, or going to a family barbecue, Walmart has plenty of options to fulfill your summer fashion needs that won’t break the bank.

When it comes to fashion, Walmart may not be the go-to retailer for most. Best known for their deals on electronics or home goods, Walmart also has some great fashion finds for people of all ages and sizes. The retail giant offers a variety of selections ranging from casual workout wear to summer date night outfits. Ahead, we’ve gathered a list of pieces from Walmart to add to your summer wardrobe.

1. Distressed

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Eyeing the Emeralds at Bulgari’s Paris High Jewelry Presentation

I’m always nervous handling fine jewelry. It’s a world of white gloves, special care instructions, and security guards. Imagine my surprise when I meet Lucia Silvestri, Bulgari’s Creative Director, at the house’s Place Vendôme location for the unveiling of Bulgari’s latest fine jewelry collection in Paris and she’s handing me one-of-a-kind necklaces as if it’s the most natural thing in the world. “All of these stones are gifts from nature,” Silvestri emphasizes.

The Bulgari Tribute to Paris necklace. Photo: Courtesy of Bulgari

Antonio Barrella

Everything starts with the gems when she designs. This season, the emerald has caught her eye, and 30 of the 140 pieces in the Eden: The Garden of Wonders collection feature the stone. The Tribute to Paris necklace, recently worn by Julianne Moore in Cannes and modeled in Paris by Carla Bruni, features a mix of emeralds and diamonds set to resemble petite Eiffel Towers. This

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