Feathers Folding Fan

How to

At this year’s Met Gala, guests embraced the over-the-top camp theme with bold looks and even bigger accessories such us Lupita Nyong’o and its folding fan.

Would you like a fan too?


Materials needed:

  • Cardboard;
  • feathers;
  • hot glue gun.


Step 1: The cardboard is going to be your handle and what holds the feathers in place. Cut the cardboard into the size and shape you want.

Step 2: Lay the feathers out on the side of the cardboard, in the order or pattern you want.

Step 3:  Glue the feathers down into the cardboard to make sure they are nice and secure.  left all the feathers in place and glued them one by one.

Step 4: Decorate the handle.

Step 5: Enjoy!



Met Gala 2019

Fashion News

It’s the first Monday of May and we just can’t keep calm because it’s Met Gala Day. Met Gala, formally known as Costume Institute Gala is an annual fundraiser for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City.

It refers to the early ’60s when women and men would wear outfits that exaggerated and at the same time distorted their body shapes.





Straw bag

How to

Do your own summer straw bag like Emma Roberts is using.



  • 2 Rattan Pot Holders, 7 inches wide each trivet_purse_001materials.jpg
  • ¼ yard beige leather
  • 3 yards braided cord
  • needle and thread
  • wooden bead
  • scissors
  • pen
  • ruler
Step 1: Measure a piece of leather that has a width of four inches and a length of ¾ of the trivet’s circumference. A circle’s circumference is 2πr, and the circumference for our seven-inch-wide pot holder is 43.98 inches. Divide that by ¾ and our length of the leather is about 33 inches. Once measured, cut out the strip of leather.
Step 2: Hem the short edges of the leather with a needle and thread. Stitch the long edge of the leather to the trivet’s edge using a blanket stitch. Continue until the whole long edge of the leather is sewn on.
Step 3: Measure two strips of braided cord to the desired purse strap length. Hand stitch each end to the purse to create straps.
Step 4: Stitch on the bead to the top end of a trivet with a needle and thread or a piece of braided cord.Take another piece of braided cord and make a loop that is long enough to extend from one side of the bag to the other side. Stitch the loop’s ends on the trivet.



Style your hourglass body

Style Your Body Shape

You have an hourglass body shape if your bust and hips are about the same width, and you have a defined waist.

Have a look on how Jennifer Lopez styles her hourglass body.


As an evening dress remember to wear one that shows off your silhouette. It is good to wear something tight. Bring some of your favorite features in focus for example with a v-neck.



What To Wear When You Have An Hourglass Body Shape


Batik – newest festival trend

How to

The latest festival trend. Batik from Coachella.

Gigi Hadid and outhers show how to wear.

Create your own!

It is so easy to make clothes with this technique:

You need:

  • a white shirt, jacket or whatever you want to (you can use any type of natural fiber)
  • a cord
  • tie dye color

Step 1: Knot the clothes however you want to.


Step 2: put 4 liters of boiled water and 2 of cold water in a bucket. Then put the amount f color in it that you want. The more color you put in the darker it gets.

Step 3: Put the clothe into the color. Take care and use gloves because of the color.

If you want to color it in different colors put the clothes just partly in the color.

Step 4: After more or less one hour take the clothes and wash them in a sink until the water gets clear.

Step 5:Open the knots and let it dry






How to

How to make a feathered bag in the comfort of your home, taking inspiration from that worn by Jessica Alba at the Golden Globe’s Award.



1. old clutch-style purse;

2. tacky glue;

3. marabou boa;

4. scissors.


STEP 1: Lay your clutch flat and visually estimate how far apart the pieces of your boa need to be to get the kind of coverage you want.

STEP 2: Spread the tacky glue in vertical lines down the front of your clutch, and across the top below the clasp.

STEP 3: Starting from one side, lay one end of the boa onto the glue at the bottom of the clutch.

STEP 4:  Fold the boa piece over at the top of the clutch, and then loop it down towards the bottom.  Snip at the bottom of the clutch.

STEP 5: Repeat for all the lines of glue until the front of your clutch is completely covered.  Allow to dry and then trim the ends so they’re all one length.