Make up artist and beauty entrepreneur Isamaya Ffrench’s Favourite Things

(Isamaya Ffrench)

Around the world, the name Isamaya Ffrench is synonymous with a high-fashion experimentive makeup style.

She’s travelled with Rihanna, Madonna, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner and has played a hand in editorials for almost every major fashion publication in existence. The renowned makeup artist was behind Byredo’s hugely sought-after launch into cosmetics, is Global Beauty Director of Burberry Beauty, and has now finally ventured out into her own eponymous label.

“I’m creating my own world for a new generation of makeup lovers,” Ffrench explains of her label ISAMAYA. “I want to inspire people and show them that there are other ways to approach beauty. To liberate them from the ideals of the mainstream and to be more authentic by proposing something more artistic and highly visual”.

She will be taking a slightly different approach to her collections where the products will be released in a series

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27 Best Fashion Books in 2022, From Style Guides to Designer Memoirs

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  • Learning more about fashion gives you more choice in what you say through what you wear.
  • Whether you study fashion or want coffee table books, there are many great fashion books out there.
  • Below, we outlined the best fashion books, from streetwear guides to tomes about famous designers.

Fashion is a spectacular part of everyone’s life: we all wear clothes and get dressed. Every time we wear something, it’s an opportunity to tell the world something without saying a word.

But fashion goes far beyond our contemporary experiences — it is tied into every aspect of our history and can even play important roles in social movements. Fashion is often tied to our economy, and trends can speak to the collective experience of a society. The best fashion books leave you

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Pete Davidson’s Fashion Evolution Through the Years: Pics

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9 small fashion brands to know and support this season

(Velvet Canyon)

Shopping small has skyrocketed in popularity over the past decade, as Gen Z shuns fast fashion for smaller labels, both for ethical and environmental purposes.

To help point you in the right direction of where to shop, we’ve scoured the globe in search of new and noteworthy labels to know.

From discovering vintage-inspired hats from Australia to sustainable swimwear and womenswear from Sweden, here are the small fashion brands to have on your radar.

Lack of Color

 (Lack of Color)

(Lack of Color)

Inspired by their love for vintage, Queensland couple Tess Corvaia and Robert Tilbury launched Lack of Color in 2011. Celebrity fans include Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Hailey Bieber.

Crafted in 100 per cent Australian wool or natural wheat straw, the range is sold in Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, Harrods, Fenwick’s.

What inspired you to launch your label?

Tess Corvaia: Rob and I had an

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