With a growing number of female-centric magazines, women’s fashion has been on a constant roll, often taking a backseat to the latest trends.
However, a new trend is that the men’s fashion industry has been taking a page from women’s by turning women’s design into a full-fledged magazine.
In a new series called Women’s Fashion, the women’s designer Viva women is sharing tips and tricks for getting the best looks out of your outfits.
Viva women, who are founded by Viva magazine’s founder and editor-in-chief, Lauren Waddell, will be taking a step back in their new series by focusing on women’s style, instead of men’s.
They have already created a guide for the women they work with, which can be found at www.viva.com/women-fashion.
“I think this is going to be a really good starting point for the female fashion community, and really help people understand that there are lots of female designers who aren’t as visible as men,” said Viva founder Lauren Wadsworth.
The guide for women, which is available at Viva.co.uk, gives designers tips on how to present their products in a way that is flattering to their skin, and how to create flattering body types.
Women’s fashion is a big part of Viva’s strategy.
Wadens said she wanted to make it more accessible to a wider audience, and to allow women to showcase their own style and work more freely.
Wadsworth is not the only one who wants to create a better space for women.
In March, the UK’s biggest fashion magazine, Victoria’s Secret, launched its own magazine, The Big Issue, which will focus on women, as well as showcasing the fashion industry.
The issue will also feature a curated selection of women’s and children’s clothing, and the magazine will be launched in early August.
When Viva launches its women’s guide, Waddens will be one of the first female designers to write about the issue, and she said she was excited about the direction the industry is taking.
“It’s such an important time for women’s designers,” she said.
“We are seeing so many new female designers taking the plunge and really looking to make their brands stand out.”
While Viva has made it easier for women to publish their designs online, Wadys work is also helping to drive women’s self-confidence.
A recent study found that women in their 20s were more likely to use makeup than men, and it was also a reason why women tended to over-emphasise their body image.
The guide helps women to overcome this.
“We have really helped a lot of women to build self-esteem,” Wadws said.
As a women, Wadiws also thinks the industry has to continue to do more to reach out to men.
“I know it’s hard, especially when you don’t know what to do, but you need to give back to your community,” she added.
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