Today is the first day of New York Fashion week which for all the fashion enthusiasts means you’re either getting dressed up, watching other people get dressed up, or both. There are lots of fun trends on the horizon with a heavy emphasis on glamor, but how does this transcend into makeup looks? Allow me to guide you through 3 of the most popular emerging makeup trends this season.
Day: September 9, 2022
As New York City kicks off its 2022 Fashion Week season, people everywhere are scrambling to get the coveted access to one of its shows.
Here is a short guide to getting your spot courtesy of the fashion TikToker, @tiffbaira, the self-proclaimed Manhattan Tour Guide with 180.3K followers.
Today marks a very exciting time in the world of fashion that only happens twice a year. That’s right. I’m talking about New York fashion week! As a fashion enthusiast myself, I can confirm that this is one of the most exciting times of the year. It’s all about getting cued in on what’s to come in the world of fashion, seeing where we’ve been and where we’re going.
The queen died Thursday at the age of 96. Born in a time where 1 in 6 people on earth were subjects of her family, and crowned in 1953, she was the longest reigning monarch and reigned as Queen of the United Kingdom for 70 years. Her last public appearance was on tuesday when she formally appointed Liz Truss, 15th prime minister to serve under the queen
Yesterday (September 8, 2022) the world wept over the loss of Britain’s oldest monarch, and history’s second oldest monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral, bringing an end to her 96 year journey through life, and 70 years of service to her country. Upon the announcement of her death to the nation, rainbows were spotted over Windsor Castle, and Buckingham Palace, where crowds of British citizens mourn her loss.
After Queen Elizabeth II died earlier that day, Harry Styles took a moment to honor her during his New York concert at Madison Square Garden on September 8.
Harry told the crowd from the stage before leading a round of applause, “From my homeland, there was some sad news today, the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Please, join me in a round of applause for 70 years of service.”
According to Buckingham Palace, King Charles III will be officially proclaimed as Britain’s new monarch after the passing of Queen Elizabeth on Thursday. This will take place at a meeting of the Accession Council at St James’s Palace on Saturday. For the first time in history, Clarence House has confirmed that the formal proclamation of King Charles III will be televised.