Grab Your Diary: DSUK BIBA Christmas Sale

July 29, 2009  //  Posted by: Fashionbug  //  Category: Fashion talk
Grab Your Diary: DSUK BIBA Christmas Sale

Grab your diaries and pencil in one of the most anticipated sales of the season. Designer Sales UK are hosting an exclusive BIBA Christmas Sale event on the 14th and 15th of December at at The Music Rooms in Mayfair, London.

With up to 80%-90% off Biba’s Autumn/Winter 07 collection, you won’t want to miss out! The sale is by invite only. Invitations can be obtained by signing up to the DSUK mailing list over at

Be sure to think ahead and pick up lots of blouses. They’ll be your trusted friends come Spring!

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GIVEAWAY ALERT: Harpers Bazaar - Great Style!

July 26, 2009  //  Posted by: Fashionbug  //  Category: Fashion talk
GIVEAWAY ALERT: Harpers Bazaar - Great Style!

Remember how we raved about the style guide from Harpers Bazaar: Great Style (The Best Ways to Update Your Look) and how it would make a perfect gift? Well…we have two copies to giveaway as our gift to you! To win a copy, just leave a comment and tell us, who is your style icon of 2007?

Hurry! This is a quick contest and ends Dec 14th. Winners will be chosen at random. Good luck!

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Louise Galvin brand hair care products

July 20, 2009  //  Posted by: Fashionbug  //  Category: Fashion talk

sacredlocksgroup1Louise Galvin is one of the most popular brands when it comes to hair care products. Founded by the celebrity colorist, Louise Galvin, the products are a clear culmination of the vast experience of Galvin. It provides the best possible hair solution with the minimum effort required. The best thing about these products is that they are 100 percent natural, and the company also happens to be the first beauty company to be Carbon-neutral in United Kingdom.


The products, which range from shampoos, conditioners and masques to body lotions and face washes use only natural materials, and no animals are harmed during its manufacturing process. This is due to the fact that Louise Galvin is extremely concerned when it comes to environment.


The products are quite diverse, with most hair care products being different for fine and thick hair types. Moreover, there is a complete separate range of shampoos, conditioners and masques for pregnant women. The products, sold under the name of “Mother To Be” are specially made in order to retain the shine and vitality of the hair in the sensitive period as well.


A complete list of Louise Galvin products and their prices can be found on the official website of Louise Galvin:

Selling Rockstar Outfit for Teens and Young Adults

July 05, 2009  //  Posted by: Fashionbug  //  Category: Fashion talk
Selling Rockstar Outfit for Teens and Young Adults

There are so many not so well-saturated markets that are still left unexplored. And definitely a trendy clothing line is not one of those unexplored markets. But who would've thought that a home based business can actually succeed in this niche?

From Underworld to Rock Star Clothing to Dark Tower Apparel to Kila Clothing, a couple who's made it big as home based entrepreneurs selling fashionable outfits for teenagers and younger adults definitely know what their market wants just by the choice of their brands' names.

They said they focused on the name Rock Star because that's what their buyers - teenagers and young adults - want to be. They said they're mixing the name with designs that are original but trendy, because they're still trying to grow.

Now, through four regional distributors and Internet campaigns, they're working on advertising.

For instance, they started a contest seeking a Rock Star model for their Web site and catalogues. The top models, selected from votes collected on their Web site, will compete at a regional battle of the bands concert, and the winning model will be picked from crowd votes.

Sullivan said they had friends who could have modeled for them, but the contest was a great way to advertise. Since it started, Sullivan said visits to their Web site jumped 300 a month to 110,000 a month.

They plan to continue to use modeling, music and sports to expand.

Kim Purbaugh, who manages Insanity on Topsy Lane, said the Underworld Distributing products the store carries are selling well. She said people are excited to buy the clothes because they're from a local company.

"That's what gets them every time," she said.

McCrosky and Sullivan, both 24, said despite the look of their clothes, they live fairly unrock-star lives.

"I bartend," Sullivan said. "Then I come here and work."

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