11609 [Brand]14.05.2013 10:06:37
As head of the Youth Council, she helped organize drug awareness campaigns and planned numerous community events, constantly researching new and exciting ways to get youth involved in their community. Familiar with the difficulties encountered by military youths, Miss Bolduc continues to represent the Canadian Forces youth and to promote programs across the country to make them feel they belong to a community. Cody Welsh Clark, Kemptville, Ontario Governor General's Caring Canadian Award At the age of 10, Cody Clark knows first-hand what it is like to be hospitalized or to see a loved one dealing with grave illness. When he's not in a suit or a tux, his style is sporty. He wears hoodies, henleys, black tees, zip-up pullovers, baseball hats. And distressed jeans. We're creating not only fashion, but also a modern Chinese lifestyle brand. We've set up a bridal line, and we're launching lingerie in March and homeware a bit after that. We want to bring out more things with Chinese culture and modern design that are wearable, fashionable and designed for Chinese people's lives.. There are plenty of ways to deal with a belt that's too long. In fact, tucking a loose, floppy belt-end under the belt itself is very trendy. (There are even online tutorials on how to knot a belt.) But those techniques won't work for every belt or outfit. Malarvizhi, Managing Director of Adithya Agencies, Hacker main dealer for Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, says her team will take measurements and note down the details of appliances as per the customer requirements and will design the furniture on computer and forward it to Germany. Hacker in Germany will manufacture and consign it to the agency. The company has also tied up with appliances brands such as Siemens and Miele to offer in-built appliances as a package. You have to prepare yourself for the unexpected: What meeting you'll be called into unexpectedly, who you'll bump into, if you'll have coffee with a friend or go from there to dinner." He adds: "It's just easier to be a little dressed up." Knowing you look the part of a responsible, respectable adult can make you stand a little straighter, says Jacqueline Durran, the costume designer of "Anna Karenina." She worked with Kneen on looks inspired by the film to be sold at Banana Republic during the holiday season. "As I see with my working in costuming, the act of simply putting on a piece of clothing can truly transform someone's attitude and make them carry themselves in a different way," says Durran. "This obviously translates beyond acting to everyday dressing, which is about feeling confident in what you're wearing and looking poised in all situations.".