Allure’s “The Beauty of Accessibility” series, in which they write about “inclusivity and representation for people with disabilities in the beauty industry and beyond”, provides lots of food for thought with articles like:
- Make-up tips for people who are blind or have low vision.
- 25 products for beauty lovers who can only use one hand.
- A deodorant for people with upper-limb disabilities and visual impairment.
Fab Links from Our Members
Nuancedream reports that Judith from Style Crone is absolutely killing it on the runway.
Sal is really enjoying Kate Young’s videos on YouTube: “Recently the history of Gucci, Prada, Christian Dior and the Cartier tank watch were all fascinating.”
She also liked this article about the “thin useless scarf”, and adds that she is a fan.
Jenni NZ thought we might enjoy these archival street style photos from the 1960s snapped in the main street of Auckland.
Mary Beth is on Team Take Care Of Your Leather Goods, and has been binge-watching The Elegant Oxford who polishes and restores men’s leather shoes. She adds: “His mirror shines are to die for.” And Lyssa Koo who brings back old leather Coach bags from the brink of destruction.
Angie enjoyed this NY Times article about an elaborate hairstyle made popular by young men on TikTok. She adds: “Hubby Greg has this hair naturally, zero effort!-)”
SarahD8 wanted to share this uplifting news story about an officially registered new tartan designed in Australia that is honouring koalas.