Sonia Rykiel was born in Paris, France in 1930. At the age of 17, she was employed to dress the window displays in a Parisian textile store. Her first designs in 1962, were of maternity dresses for herself because she was unable to find any soft sweaters when she was pregnant. Shortly after, she started designing for her husband’s company Laura. 
One of her first creations was the Poorboy Sweater, which made the cover of Elle fashion magazine, and brought her fame. She later became the first designer to put seams on the outside of a garment, and to print words on her sweater. 
In 1968, she opened her first boutique. Specializing in knitwear, Rykiel is a first rate designer, creating elegant, fluid garments in soft wools, jersey, angor and mohair. 

She was Karl Lagerfeld’s childhood’s biggest memory because his mother used to wear Sonia Rykiel designs all the time. Rest in pie Sonia.


How To Say Gucci?

Gucci is a perfection which is getting created by Alessandro Michele nowadays. And now I am gonna write the famous things of this cult brand:
1) Snake Illustrations

2) Typical Gucci Colours (green,red and gold)

3) Floral Suits and Patterns

4) Shiny Eyewear

Big thanks to Alessandro Michele for creating a style and making himself stylish .

Ishu Scarf

While J.K Rowling keeps publishing Harry Potter and The Cursed Child I thought it is the best time for telling the news to Muggles. (Drums pls.) you can wear an invisibility cloak too. Maybe mostly famous people can wear them because Ishu scarves were created for them. Paris Hilton, Cameron Diaz, and Joe Joans prefer Ishu scarves which created by Saif Siddiqui. They are stylish and also maden with precious crystals so they shine with the flashes of cameras . And this makes paparazzis to not take photos of celebs. Just like this :

Buzfeed says that 28 year old Saif Siddiqui has put a price to privacy. At £355 his Ishu scarf is made from a special fabric, enchanced with thousands of nano-spherical crystals that reflect light back into the camera. It is impossible to get a picture of the wearer.