VUE | Fall 2018

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FENG SHUI MEETS FASHION We oen ponder over how our clothes make us look, but rarely consider how they make us feel. I don't mean whether or not something is ill-fitting, but the actual effect that clothes can have on our mood. e use of color and the elements (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) can help us determine an array of things about ourselves, such as the best home décor options and the optimal prints and silhouettes to incorporate into our wardrobe. Although Feng Shui is com- monly associated with rearranging your living room, womenswear brand Aisha RTW (ready-to-wear) has adopted this methodology into their designs—as personal style lends itself to both shape and color. Taking the name of its founder, Aisha translates to mean "alive and well" in Arabic. Created as a reflection of its designers distinct aesthetic, the fashion brand celebrates the beauty of life and of a life well-dressed. Designed for women, by women, Aisha RTW makes clothes for the modern, cosmopolitan client who needs an outfit that not only looks good, but feels even better. By adopting a Feng Shui style of approach, Aisha RTW allows its wearers to embrace a BY ABBY MONTANEZ V U E N J . C O M 40

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