If you are addicted to the hip and trendy then you need to shop at some well-stocked fashion boutiques. These shops are set up to not only carry the latest styles of clothing, jewelry, and accessories but to also cater to that segment of the population that is addicted to the latest trends and designs. What you will find in these specialty stores are cutting-edge style statements that are unveiled yearly at shows held all around the globe.

One of the largest of these is World Fashion Week located in Paris, France, which showcases designers and styles from around the globe. The celebration has also been established as a global platform for clothing and jewelry, which encompasses international designs and designers from all across the planet. This event is used as not only a venue for these designers worldwide but also as a forum for exposure and recognition of their contributions to the industry. World fashion week has also been recognized as a setting for new designers that have been discovered in all corners of the Earth. These new talents have been recognized and embraced by the industry to help raise social awareness for human development with the hope that this awareness will help lead to further economic growth and sustainable world peace.

Several new and exciting designs have been unveiled at this year’s shows, which have found there way to many fashion boutiques. While many clothing designers work on concepts such as color to make styles more vibrant or fabric longevity and new patterns to instill the “ultra chic” appeal, a Dutch designer, Iris Van Herpen, has taken this one step further with the concept of what she calls “liquid clothing.” Her new approach is to work on clothing that will ultimately resemble flowing water.

In jewelry one of the premier statements you can make is with jewelry made from gold and diamonds. Because of the work of a few concerned companies the diamond industry as a whole has adopted a stringent corporate policy that states they will not buy or distribute conflict diamonds. These are diamonds that are sold to fund civil wars and other illegal activities. They are also mined and distributed to unsuspecting buyers using forced slave labor. As a result of corporate pressures the global diamond industry has also adopted a zero tolerance policy towards buying, or distributing these conflict diamonds. This anti-conflict diamond campaign has been accomplished through the efforts of many companies implementing global measures to track these diamonds from mine to market in partnership with the United Nations and other governmental organizations. The partnership’s job is to constantly police and supervise diamond exports to prevent and discourage the trade and trafficking in these illegal conflict diamonds. Conflict free jewelry can be found at many well-appointed fashion boutiques.

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