Today fashion is an expression of how we feel, what we’re doing, where were going, and how a single piece, is an expression without words. Paris an icon for any fashionista, a place of the "Cravat!" Known as the neckband, the forerunner of the modern tailored necktie and bowtie, which originated in the 17th century. Setting fashion of French mobility, you can catch photos of Boy King Louis XIV began wearing this fabulous look on luxurious fabrics of lace as early as 1646. Today in the 21st century we often see fashion legend Lagerfeld wearing a similar statement piece that says so much without words. Spring forward with your action piece that speaks striking, captivating, je suis arriv'e meaning, “I HAVE ARRIVED!" Dior released their fashion mobility neck scarf accessory Winter/Fall 2017. With the popular demand of hair care manageability, check out this photo of mobility worn manageable. TiYs Ties (featured image) "Hair Care You Wear," from the gym, to facial cleaning regimens, make the statement without words.
You have arrived doll face!