Turn to Asian Fashion For the Latest and Best Styles

In the world of fashion one of the fastest growing segments is Asian fashion. This is due to several reasons not the least of which is the timeless appeal of many the styles and fabrics that come from countries such as China, India, Korea, and Japan. While designs from Asia has always been a part of the fashion world, today we find it reaching a much broader market and becoming more entrenched in the everyday designs we see and wear. These large and burgeoning markets are home to some of the world’s favorite designers. They are also manufacturing centers for not just Asian fashion but clothing makers from around the world.

In the past most Asian fashion houses have focused on the local market. This meant higher prices both domestically and abroad. Now, however, many designers are taking advantage of advances in communication and distribution to expand their reach to the rest of the world. Prices have fallen and Asian fashion styles are becoming more and more popular throughout the world. Little known designers from places like Korea and Hong Kong are just beginning to look to exports for growth.

No matter where you are in the world you can already see the impact on the growth of the Asian fashion industry in your local stores. The Asian influence can be seen in clothing lines from high end women’s wear to everyday junior casual. Japanese styles such as the school girl look are popular for teens and the younger set while Indian influenced styles can be seen in trendy chic boutiques. In fact, the Indian look is now popular not just for its colorful fabrics and comfortable styling, but as part of the retro trend. Korean street fashion can be found wherever trendy or hip hop styles are sold.

When it comes to shopping for fashion, the hottest place to look is the Internet. Using your home computer you can literally shop the world. This opens up a world of possibilities to you. A quick Internet search will bring you to dozens of Asian fashion specialty retailers. From general sites that offer a wide range of choices to online shops that focus on Asian fashion from a particular country, chances are you may be a bit over whelmed by you choices. Once you have had a chance to browse you can zero in on the styles that suit you best.

Due to its importance as a manufacturing center, Asian offers particular appeal for bargain hunters. You’ll be able to find the hottest Asian fashion styles for pennies over what you will pay at a large department store. Most reputable dealers provide reasonable return policies and worldwide shipping is readily available.

If you like to dress on the cutting edge, turning to the latest fashions will allow you to do that affordably. So the next time you want to update your everyday wardrobe or shop for special occasion apparel, turn to the myriad of possibilities offered by Asian fashion. You’ll be turning heads and hearing “where in the world did you get that” each time you walk down the street.

Become a Fashion Designer With Dress Up Games

In general, girls love fashion more than boys. Some of them want to become fashion designers when they grow up. There are even some that are too young to know what a fashion designer is, but they love dressing up with mom’s clothes and combining them in several ways in order to come up with the prettiest outfit for their tea party with their stuffed animals. There is a tool that’s very easy and cheap to get access to for those girls who want to hone their skills.

Fashion on Internet

Thanks to the world wide reach of the Internet, now girls can get access to tons of styles, clothing and accessories from all over the world, even from cultures that are very different from theirs.

What is needed?

There are only two things you need, a computer and Internet access. If your reading this article, chances are you have them already. If you have a child in your house, I’m almost sure you have them already.

Dressing Up a Virtual Doll

There are literally thousands of dress up games at the reach of a few clicks. With only the imagination as a limit, programmers and designers have created dress up games that feature almost every celebrity and character that there is, and even groups of girls. From the Powerpuff girls to the Bratz dolls, and from the RBD pop girls to the cast of High School Musical, girls can play fashion designer with their favorite character, singer, actress or celebrity. There are, of course, generic nameless dolls dress up games, which are more suited for fashion only gaming.

Gameplay

Dress up games are very similar to old fashioned paper dolls, except with a far wider range of clothing. Girls select from a range of different pieces of clothing and accessories for a virtual doll to wear. Girls have fun by making the doll look pretty, stylish, elegant, cute, funny or whatever other idea they might come up with.

One of the most interest aspects of playing dress up games created from places all over the world is that girls are exposed to styles from different cultures. They will be dressing their dolls with Japanese kimonos, Indian Saris, Mexican sombreros, French bonnets, etc. You can even mix several elements from all over the world in order to make the perfect international look.

Building Up a Portfolio

It’s a good idea to save your or your girl’s creations on your computer for later reference. There are several advantages, for example, re-creating a look or style in real life, or printing it in order to decorate a room. You can also use one that you really liked or enjoyed as a screen background on your computer. Over time, a portfolio will let you show others your work, or give you a base to develop styles of your own. Of course, you can also post a printed version of your girl’s work on the fridge, or another special place, to show her how proud you are of her creativity.

Nice Memory of InuYasha

I enjoyed myself in Chengdu cosplay convention last weekend. It is a nice cosplay party where I met some cool cosplayers dressing all kinds of fantastic cosplay costumes. The guys from Naruto, Kuroshitsuji, sailer moon, pokemon were catching my eyes there. They all look very attractive. I had some photo shoot with them. Now, I got the pictures and they all look cool. Great cosplay show, wonderful cosplayers.

Now, when I look at the cosplay pictures, I feel a little down. Facing nice pictures, I will recall all the good experience of the cosplay con, why I will feel lost? Maybe, I am very touchy. But I have to say I miss InuYasha, and I want to watch the classic anime, though there is no more new sequel since March 29th, 2010. InuYasha is over, not like Naruto or Kuroshitsuji.

It is a long time for an InuYasha fans. Sometimes, if you can’t get what you want, you only can recollect what you own. This classic Japanese manga series is written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. It premiered in Weekly Shonen Sunday which is a famous manga magazine on Nov 13th, 1996, and concluded on June 18th, 2008. Because it is very popular, it was adapted as two anime television series produced by Sunrise. The whole series has a total of 167 episodes. I never missed any of the series. After a 5 years’ waiting time, the sequel was published on Oct 3th, 2009 which covers the rest of the manga series. It named The Final Act and it ended on March 29th, 2010.

That is not a long history for a Japanese anime. What I have to say, I didn’t see the whole of the manga, but I watched all of the anime TV series. So I guess all the plot of anime is as the same as the manga itself. This Japanese series’ protagonists are a time-traveling middle school girl who is a half demon, a lecherous monk, a fox demon, a demon slayer, and a nekomata.
They lived in Sengoku period and seek to find all the fragments of the jewel of four souls and to keep the jewel out of the hands of rebels, especially Naraku. I am not sure the anime’ plot is as the same of the manga’s, since I didn’t have time to read the classic manga. I am being a busy officer now.

So, anyone who have read the whole manga and watched the two anime TV series could reply me? Give me some different information about the manga.

However, I love the InuYasha anime which accompanied me for the school life. Because of the anime, I got a buddy Lee who has the same interest as me. Now, I think the InuYasha will be with me for another time, because cosplaying has been a hot hobby for me. And InuYasha certainly has become a nice choice for my cosplay costumes, though I have to wear a fake ear and a long wig. You know I have a big ear and short hair. That is a tough job for my dressing. Whatever, I like it, so I choose it.