Zara uncovered: Inside the brand that changed fashion

I am seeing spots. More specifically polka dots, on a white maxi dress. Three women have walked by me – all wearing the same identical dress – in the half hour I’ve been sitting outside this café. I know it’s from Zara, I’ve tried it on, and now I’m seeing those spots everywhere. It is the dress of the summer, another viral Zara fashion statement, complete with a dedicated Instagram account set up by fans. Just one sign of how the Spanish clothing giant is bucking the trend of many…

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How Mary Tyler Moore Changed Fashion

She had us at the hat toss. Mary Richards was a modest Midwestern girl, to be sure, but she had style, and she had spunk, as her new boss, Lou Grant, pointed out the day she walked into the WJM-TV newsroom in her white go-go boots, a pleated miniskirt and those impeccable manners. When she threw her tam in the air during the show’s opening credits, we knew she was thrilled to be single and on her own in the big city of Minneapolis. But as the series unfolded, and…

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Gwyneth Paltrow changed lifestyle post her father’s cancer diagnosis

Gwyneth Paltrow was not always a health freak, but the actress says she started paying more attention on her well-being after her father Bruce was diagnosed with throat cancer. The 44-year-old actress’ father died of complications from the disease in 2002, reported People magazine. “When my father was diagnosed, I started frantically throwing things out. I went through a really fanatical phase of being macrobiotic, and obviously, it was motivated by pain,” Paltrow said. What motivates Paltrow to constantly work to achieve a cleaner lifestyle is feeling healthy inside out.…

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Gwyneth Paltrow changed lifestyle after father’s cancer diagnosis

Gwyneth Paltrow took a different approach to her own health and well-being when her father Bruce was diagnosed with Cancer.After changing her own lifestyle, Paltrow realised that she didn’t need to go fanatical with her health. “When my father was diagnosed, I started frantically throwing things out. I went through a really fanatical phase of being macrobiotic, and obviously it was motivated by pain. I think that was the hardest and most misguided part was the idea that I had to go all or nothing. But it’s not about that,”…

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