Hello, all my divas and gurus! My name is Malan. I am divorced suburban Jersey Girl. Heavy on Fashion is a lifestyle blog that I started over seven years ago. The main reason why I started this blog was to highlight new designers and products. The mission of Heavy on Fashion has changed. I am talking about damn near everything from my favorite foods, music, and all that my life has to offer!
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New changes coming to Heavy on Fashion
Hello, all my divas and gurus! I am so excited to announce that I am making many new changes to all my blogs including Heavy on Fashion. I know I been talking about these changes for a while. Well, truth is, changes cost and I am not rich. So, while I start learning some new skills to make your reading experience better, please be patient. I promise these new changes will be worth it in the end.
I will be posting tons of new content , reviews, and more on the Heavy on Fashion Tumblr page almost every day. The Heavy on Fashion Instagram, Snapchat and Periscope will also contain new content on a daily basis. I will also have videos, photo slideshows and hopefully some video reviews on my YouTube channel TheMalanb.
I am hoping that the move from blogger to Squarespace will be finalized by mid August, if not soon.
Thanks so much for the consistent support and love.
Hello, all my fashion divas and gurus! I am so happy to bring you an exclusive look of the Cashhimi Showroom in the heart of New York City's fashion district. Cashhimi is a luxury handbags created by Istanbul-based designer Cenan Abas Sel. Ms. Cenan created handbags with great array of colors, and unique use of animal skins and leather. Cashhimi is a must for any handbag lover.
Without further ado here Heavy on Fashion looks at Cashhimi!
Tons of designers like BlacMéra and Korto Momolu featured Cashhimi in their runway shows.
I really love the use of Python, Croc, embossed leather, and string ray throughout the collection. The collection has a classic design and full of an array of colors. Cashhimi is huge in several countries around the world including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Turkey, Dubai, Hong Kong, Japan, and Qatar.
Cashhimi is collaborating with Macy's! Yes, Cashh…
Hello all my fashion divas and gurus! I love music. I mean lets be real music and fashion go hand in hand. So when Flips audio asked me to review their ubber popular headphones, I was so glad. Everyone have seen the killer commercials from where these innovative headphones, so it was a delight to test these babies out myself. You guys know I am a lover of fashionable technology. Flips audio are pretty stylish! Everyone wants killer headphones and these headphones are a must.
Here are some of my favorites things about Flip Headphones The ear cups have plush memory foam padding, which make Flips ubber comfortable. No Headphones headaches here! The sound in headphones is fabulous. The sound is crystal clear. Flips Audio headphones are very light and fold up for easy storage.I love the Flips Headphones Case. It is just cool and fun!The sound of Flip Headphones in speaker mode is amazing. I was pleasantly surprise that these speakers packed such a punched.
Hello all my Fashion divas! I am so happy to bring you a exclusive interview with Diane Carleton, creative director and designer of FIGI Jeans. FIGI Jeans inspired by contemporary artists including, John Rossi. I loved the use of unconventional patterns and colors to make this jean collection not only unique but also stylish. So without further Ado, Here is Heavy on Fashion Talks to Diane Carleton of FIGI Jeans
Tell me a little about yourself. Where are you from? What's your
educational background? Diane Carleton:I grew up in a small town near Saratoga Springs,
NY, which is on the Vermont border. I graduated from the Fashion Institute of
Technology in Manhattan with a degree in Fashion Design and a B.S. in Apparel
Production Management. How did FIGI come to be? Diane Carleton:It was an idea born out of wanting to help
a particular artist, John Rossi, continue to create art by finding another
revenue source. John’s artwork which frequently incorporated parts of clothing,