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Labellush Fashion Files

  • Spring | Summer Work Capsule Wardrobe

    The 15 Key Pieces Every Professional Woman Should Have in Her Work Wardrobe

    Finding a way to dress comfortably yet professionally in the spring and summer can be a tricky endeavor for most women. Of course you want to look stylish, sophisticated and professional, but how do you maintain an element of comfort as the temperatures rise? Well for starters relax, and read on! With your needs in mind Labellush has created this guide to professional dressing throughout the Spring / Summer. This 15 item guide can take you from the boardroom to a warm evening out while keeping you cool, comfortable and chic. Continue reading

  • Holiday Fashion

    Style tips for All Your Holiday Events.

    Trim the tree and baste the turkey, the holiday season is upon us again! If you've got a holiday event on the horizon you're probably wondering what sort of clothing would be appropriate. When choosing your ensemble it's important to take into consideration not only the event, but the time of day, location, and company as well. Whether you are attending the office Christmas party, dancing the night away with friends, dining with in-laws, or ringing in the New Year, Labellush.com has a few suggestions for keeping you in fashionable attire.

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  • Liberty of London Designer Biography

    Arthur Lasenby Liberty was born in Chesham, Buckinghamshire in 1843. He was employed by Messrs Farmer and Rogers in Regent Street in 1862, the year of the International Exhibition at Kensington in London. By 1874, inspired by his 10 years of service, Arthur decided to start a business of his own, which he did the next year. With a £2,000 loan from his future father-in-law, Arthur Liberty accepted the lease of half a shop at 218a Regent Street with only three staff members.

    The shop opened during 1875 selling ornaments, fabric and objets d’art from Japan and the East. Within eighteen months Arthur Liberty had repaid the loan and acquired the second half of 218 Regent Street. As the business grew, neighboring properties were bought and added.  Continue reading

  • Pedro Garcia - Designer Biography

    Zapateros. ­That’s pretty much how the folks at Pedro García de‑ne themselves. Shoemakers, in the most traditional sense of the term...and the most avant-garde sense of the term. At the helm now is the third generation of a family devoted to footwear. ­e saga, however, dates back to grandpa García, the first Pedro, who founded the business in the hectic year of 1925, opening a children’s shoes workshop in Elda, Alicante. T­ree years later it became a factory for men’s footwear.

    In 1954, the second Pedro García, his son, took the reins of the business. Under his direction, the firm expanded its activities and became specialized in women’s footwear. A new, 4,000-m2 factory opened in 1965, and by 1968 the brand was being exported to the world’s premiere markets, appearing in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar and being sold at Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman and Russell & Bromley.  Continue reading

  • Frye Designer Biography

    On March 10th, 1863, John A. Frye opened the doors of a small shop on Elm Street in Marlboro, Massachusetts. The shoes he made weren’t icons of fashion or fanciful in style. They served a simple purpose: to ease the daily working lives of the hundreds of factory workers in that small New England town.

    The individuals who wore the first Frye shoes were just like us: people who valiantly labored, honing skill and craft, supporting their families and community. When homesteading sparked adventurous New England families to head west in the mid and late 1800s, many of those pioneers wore Frye boots along the journey.

    In time, John Frye’s family would grow and, along with it, The Frye Company would expand. Each generation of Frye men dedicated themselves to the art and craft of shoemaking, creating new patterns, discovering new materials, and even inventing shoe-making machinery. Their fervor for the process of crafting footwear as durable as it is beautiful has been our company’s benchmark, ever since. And this dedication has helped us craft footwear with a long and illustrious history. Continue reading

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