The trivialization of pornography

Katie Hinderer | 30 December 2011
it dawned on me that today we trivialize the highly harmful and addictive pornography industry with our flippant comments and jokes in that regard.

Forget fashion, It’s all about style

Tamara El-Rahi | 11 February 2011
But with this concept of lasting style – wearing what suits my colouring, shape and personal taste as opposed to sticking only to what mass production has to offer – the world of style has finally opened its doors to me.

The new vintage inspired women

Katie Hinderer | 07 February 2011
The article reported the increasing popularity of vintage-inspired dresses, reminiscent of women from the 1940s and 1950s. Now more than the previous generation, women have taken to cinched waists, shapely dresses, pencil skirts and tucked-in blouses.

A return to the feminine arts

Katie Hinderer | 03 December 2010
I’m noticing a slow change in the way the millennial woman thinks of herself. There is a slow return to valuing the feminine arts and understanding that it’s not only ok but it’s also good to care about these things.

Size and the Fashion Industry

| 18 August 2010
The issue of size in the fashion industry.

Where did the slip go?

Katie Hinderer | 08 July 2010
Where did the slip go? You know, that thing your grandmother and mother wear underneath their skirts and dresses? Maybe it's considered too old-fashioned. But really it's an absolute wardrobe must

How to shop for pants

Katie Hinderer | 06 July 2010
I’ve come to the conclusion that there are two types of women in this world. Those who buy clothes that are too big for them and those that buy clothes that are too small. Rarely have I come across someone who buys the right size all the time - especially when it comes to pants.

Clothing size doesn’t matter

Katie Hinderer | 18 June 2010
For women, and less so for men, the size printed on the tag in the clothing item they are wearing or trying on is of utmost important.

Guys: speak up, go shopping

Katie Hinderer | 10 May 2010
Dads, brothers, close friends or relatives need to take advantage of the situation and speak up when they see a girl close to them dressing or behaving in a way that is not in keeping with their true worth.

When it comes to fashion… girls don’t get it

Katie Hinderer | 30 April 2010
When it comes to how a guy sees a women’s outfit we, of the female sex, are utterly clueless.
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