Fashion News - Did you know the most Googled fashion-related questions? An interesting trend list is the most Googled fashion-related questions, which range in subject from customisation, to style seekers looking for inspiration when it comes to wearing what with what. See the full lists below. 1. How to walk in heels? 2. What to wear on the first day of school? 3. How to fray jeans? 4. How to tie a shirt? 5. What should a bride wear to the rehearsal dinner? 6. What to wear booties with? 7…
Did you know who are the most googles Fashion designers? Google has released its most searched-for terms of 2015 and its fashion designer category has come up with some interesting results. 1. Raf Simons 2. Shoshanna Lonstein Gruss 3. Giambattista Valli 4. Thakoon Panichgul 5. Tadashi Shoji 6. Elie Saab 7. Karl Lagerfeld 8. Christian Lacroix 9. Zuhair Murad 10. Tommy Hilfiger Source - Vogue UK
In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, the color of clothing showed a person's social rank and profession. The nobility wore red, peasants wore brown and grey, and merchants, bankers, and gentry wore green. The green costume of the Mona Lisa shows she was from the gentry, not from the nobility. #FashionFact #Trivia #wowfacts #MonaLisa
Circ Màxim i Palatí (maqueta), Museo della Civiltà Romana, Roma Circus Maximus and Palatine, Reconstruction of the imperial Rome (A.D. 4th c.), by Italo Gismondi (1935-1971), Museo della Civiltà Romana, Rome.
ROME: Trajans Market The covered hall of Trajan's market was designed by the emperor's ingenius architect Apollodorus of Damascus. It represents the ancient equivalent of the modern shopping centre, housing no less than 150 shops and offices. The offices are believed to have been used to administer the corn dole.