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Academy of Art University: Revealing the future of fashion

The Academy of Art University had ten of their own graduates showcasing their collections for men and women at Skylight Clarkson Square. These designer graduates are from all over the world and each show their own touch when creating their designs for the runway. The audience was quite impressed with the students and even some of the more famous attendees were enlightened by their designs. One of the most known fashionistas from the TV show America’s Next Top Model, Ms. J Alexander, was fascinated with the craftsmanship that was produced throughout all the designers creations.

These clothing designers depended on all the late nights and last minute touch ups to serve them well when their master pieces hit the runway. In those fifteen minutes they have so many potential clients, mentors, and the world looking at their work. Every hour down to the second they spent on their designs counts. It’s their moment to show each of their individually unique designs to the world in hope everyone in as impressed as they’d hoped. Some of the fashion shows favorite looks were produced by Hailun Zhou, Eden Slezin, Dina Marie Lam, Carlos Rodriguez, Saya Shen, Joanna Jadallah, Cana Klebanoff, Ryan Yu, and Jelly Shan. All of these designers were inspired by a multitude of things like photos, trips taken, philosophies, cultures, history, and even their surroundings were a part of their inspiration in the creation process of their designs.

The Academy of Art University was formerly known as the Academy of Art College. The Academy of Art University is privately owned in San Francisco, California. The University was founded by Richard S. Stephens in 1929. Richard was a painter and a magazine editor. He ran the University until around 1951 when his son Richard. A Stephens took the reins for several years and in 1992 his own daughter Elisa Stephens took his place. This University has always been in the family and thrived by the art-loving owners and through the students.

The Academy of Art University offers students to acquire their bachelors or masters with the choice between twenty five subjects and some or them can be taken online for convenience. The University also partakes in the ownership of an automobile museum. This museum features 200 rare and vintage vehicles. Their large collection of old cars is said to be worth around seventy million dollars. The Academy of Art University offers many wonderful opportunities for students and even the public with their historical car museum. Did someone say road trip?


Kim Dao And Toph See A New Pokémon Film In Tokyo

Beauty vlogger Kim Dao is obsessed with Pokémon. Once she heard that “Pokémon The Movie XYZ” was playing at a nearby theatre, she started planning her movie date. She vlogged her movie night out and posted it online under the title “Movie Date in Shibuya | New Camera! | I got nudes | KimDao in JAPAN.


Kim Dao starts this video off in Shibuya walking towards the movie theatre. When she gets there, Kim Dao introduces us to Toph, a fellow YouTuber and Pokémon buff. Learn more:


As they’re walking to the ticket counter, Kim Dao explains that she bought her movie tickets in advance at the Tokyo Pokémon Center. As they look at the times listed for “Pokémon The Movie XYZ,” Toph and Kim decide to go to the 4:45pm showing.


Since they have a few hours before their movie starts, Kim Dao and Toph decide to do a bit of shopping around Shibuya. Learn more:


The first shop Kim Dao and Toph visit is called Loft. As they are leaving the store, Kim and Toph both buy discounted Pikachu shirts. Kim says each shirt was only $15.


Before heading into the movie, Kim Dao is tempted to buy a special edition Pikachu popcorn bucket. Although the bucket is really cute, Kim Dao decides to saves some money and just get a regular order of popcorn. Learn more:


After the movie, Kim Dao says the film was really good and easy to follow. Kim and Toph then critique a few past Pokémon films.


To close out the video with a bang, Kim Dao buys a brand new camera and orders a matcha shake at Ben & Jerry’s.



Say Goodbye to Bad Hair Days with the WEN by Chaz Cleansing Conditioner

The WEN by Chaz Cleansing Conditioner was recently put to an open test with awesome results. Posting the results of her experiment online, Emily McClure spent a week using the product exclusively and documented her results on a daily basis. Let us go through the highlights of her weeklong experiment to get some practical insights.

The first thing she noticed what that she had less hair falling off in the shower when using Wen hair by Chaz. The hair feels fuller and more energetic with added bounce and shine. It is recommended to use the Sephora endorsed product on a daily basis. Through day three and four, the hair continued to maintain a shiny look with enhanced volume.

By day five, she discovered that even styling the hair becomes easier after using the conditioner. If you decide to curl, the waves come faster especially with the type of thin hair that she has. By day six, the shine was noticeable even to colleagues. The conditioner also makes your curling and styling experience quicker with great results. The verdict? WEN by Chaz is an excellent option for those with fine hair and a habit of cleaning and styling their hair each morning.

It adds a little extra shine that is bound to get you noticed quickly. The application is straightforward, and it just takes a small slice of your shower time. WEN by Chaz is an amazing hair care product that is designed to make your styling a one-step process. One cleansing conditioner includes five elements; styling treatment components, deep conditioner, shampoo, leave-in conditioner and hair detangler.

These are presented in formulations that are excellent for any hair type. WEN by Chaz is famous for innovative adverts on TV promising luscious hair with added shine, bounce and moisture. WEN by Chaz is guaranteed to make your hair easier to manage, softer and silkier. More product information can be found on the Wen Wikipedia Page.