Aesthetics – Wesley Guest House http://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/ Thu, 23 Sep 2021 13:24:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/cropped-icon-32x32.png Aesthetics – Wesley Guest House http://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/ 32 32 General Announcement :: Accrelist Doubles Capacity at SingPost Center Medical Esthetics Clinic https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/general-announcement-accrelist-doubles-capacity-at-singpost-center-medical-esthetics-clinic/ Thu, 23 Sep 2021 11:52:12 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/general-announcement-accrelist-doubles-capacity-at-singpost-center-medical-esthetics-clinic/ 10 Ubi Crescent, Ubi Techpark Lobby E, # 03-94 Singapore 408564 Phone: (65) 6311 2900 Fax: (65) 6311 2905 For immediate release Accrelist doubles the capacity of its aesthetic medical clinic to SingPost Center Dr Terence Tea, Executive Chairman and CEO of Accrelist, at the opening of the SingPost Center of AM Aesthetics. Singapore, September […]]]>

10 Ubi Crescent, Ubi Techpark Lobby E,

# 03-94 Singapore 408564

Phone: (65) 6311 2900

Fax: (65) 6311 2905

For immediate release

Accrelist doubles the capacity of its aesthetic medical clinic to

SingPost Center

Dr Terence Tea, Executive Chairman and CEO of Accrelist,

at the opening of the SingPost Center of AM Aesthetics.

Singapore, September 23, 2021 – Accrelist Ltd. (????) (“Accrelist“, the “Society“, and

with its subsidiaries, the “Group“) opened its SingPost Center clinic at 10 Eunos Road 8, # 02-140 / 141, SingPost Center, moving into a larger 2-unit space in the mall, to meet growing customer demand and offer improved customer experience.

The modernized clinic has 10 treatment rooms, more than double its previous capacity, reflecting the Group’s confidence in the long-term prospects of its medico-aesthetic activity.

Accrelist Medical Esthetics (“AM Aesthetics“) first acquired a chain of four local clinics in 2018, including the SingPost Center clinic. Under the leadership of Accrelist Executive Chairman and CEO, Dr. Terence Tea, AM Aesthetics has grown into a network of seven clinics local across Singapore and three overseas branches in Malaysia.

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Dr Terence Tea said: ‘Despite the challenges of COVID-19, we continue to build on our track record

for the growth of the Group’s medico-aesthetic segment. In addition to adding more clinics to our network,

we also regularly expand existing clinics to enable us to serve more clients. ”

The clinic at Bedok Mall is also expected to move to a larger space within the mall by the end of October 2021.

The Group also continues to develop its clinical skin care products business through AM Skincare Pte.

Ltd. (“AM Skin Care“) to broaden its source of income.

AM Aesthetics generated sales of S $ 6.3 million for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2021 (“FY2021“), an increase of S $ 1.3 million or 26.0% from S $ 5.0 million for the year ended 31

March 2020 (“FY2020“).

The Group is pursuing its plans to expand its medico-aesthetic segment with a measured approach for sustainable growth.

-To finish-

About Accrelist Ltd. (????)

Accrelist Ltd. (“Accrelist“) seeks to create long-term value for our shareholders and business partners by unleashing and adding value to the companies in which we invest. The Group continues to actively seek new opportunities with an increasing emphasis on medical aesthetics.

The group’s wholly owned subsidiaries include the Accrelist Medical Aesthetics group of companies, under the brand AM Aesthetics, and AM Skincare Pte. Ltd. (“AM Skin Care“).

AM Aesthetics operates a chain of registered aesthetic medical clinics in Singapore and Malaysia that use state of the art equipment and clinically proven solutions to provide a wide range of highly reliable and effective treatments.

AM Skincare is primarily engaged in the retail sale of pharmaceutical and medical products. It develops and distributes its own original design manufacturer clinical skin care products (“ODM“) with the support of South Korean dermatologists alongside other non-ODM products.

In addition, Accrelist owns a majority stake of 53.07% in Jubilee Industries Holdings Ltd. (“Jubilee“), a one-stop-shop service provider with two main lines of business:

  1. Mechanical Business Unit (“MBU“) which is primarily engaged in precision plastic injection molding and mold design and manufacturing services; and
  2. Electronics Business Unit (“EBU“) which distributes integrated electronic components.

Headquartered in Singapore, Jubilee’s production facilities span across Malaysia and Indonesia. Jubilee’s products are sold to customers in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, People’s Republic of China, United States and various European countries.

For more information, please visit www.accrelist.com.sg

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FSU’s new student union draws inspiration from the past while rising to the future https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/fsus-new-student-union-draws-inspiration-from-the-past-while-rising-to-the-future/ Wed, 22 Sep 2021 18:11:50 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/fsus-new-student-union-draws-inspiration-from-the-past-while-rising-to-the-future/ The new student union is expected to open next spring, and when it does, students will be welcomed into a facility designed to surpass its predecessor in terms of stature, utility and aesthetics. For more than a year, a chain link fence fitted with a privacy tarp blocked full view of the building of Florida […]]]>
The new student union is expected to open next spring, and when it does, students will be welcomed into a facility designed to surpass its predecessor in terms of stature, utility and aesthetics.

For more than a year, a chain link fence fitted with a privacy tarp blocked full view of the building of Florida State University’s new student union.

Beyond that fence is a scene of near-perpetual motion: a parade of machines – from huge dump trucks to pint-sized Bobcats – roaming the site. The voices of dozens of workers accompany the warning beeps of the trucks, and occasional thuds punctuate the proceedings.

It’s a general cacophony of construction – and progress.

The Union is currently only a draft of its final form, an imposing framework of metal, concrete and brick that rises 80 feet at its highest point. It is slated to open next spring, and when it does, students will be welcomed into a facility designed to surpass its predecessor in terms of stature, utility and aesthetics.

The original Union University building opened in 1952 when FSU enrollment was below 5,000 students. An expansion followed 12 years later and although there was further growth in facilities (the Union included dining and game rooms, hair and beauty salons, salons, offices, meeting rooms and an Olympic-size swimming pool), the increase in the number of FSU students has long exceeded the Union’s ability to meet its needs.

“When the new Student Union project is completed, it will be an incredible asset to our students and a hub for collaboration and engagement on campus. I am delighted to see the progress and to know that our students will truly benefit from the space and the amenities it will offer.

– Vice-President for Student Affairs, Amy Hecht

“When the new Student Union project is completed, it will be an incredible asset to our students and a hub for collaboration and engagement on campus,” said Amy Hecht, vice president of student affairs. “I am delighted to see the progress and to know that our students will truly benefit from the space and the amenities it will offer.”

Hecht said the new Union builds on welfare initiatives undertaken by the FSU in recent years. These initiatives include ensuring that students have positive social outlets, opportunities and environments.

“The Union will play a key role in our efforts to become a healthier university community,” she said.

Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Brandon Bowden is a former student who came to know the former FSU union both as a student worker organizing events in the building’s ballrooms and in as a regular student taking a break between classes.

Today, Bowden helps oversee the project, making sure the building meets the goals of the university.

“We have always seen the Union as the campus lounge, a place where students can come to meet, build communities and know they are always welcome,” he said. “It was becoming more and more difficult to accommodate people in the old Union because we were running out of space. “

According to Bowden, the notion of community has served as a guiding principle for this project since its inception.

“The university has been very intentional in designing the building to facilitate community building through features such as lounge space, seating, to facilitate shared workspaces and larger tables for more than people can sit in relation to the individual space, ”he said. “The idea is that space helps facilitate engagement so that when you cross over, you are surrounded by opportunities to engage with others.”

Engagement, connection and community will also be made easier with an abundance of wireless technologies permeating the building, including plug and play between laptops and internal displays and projectors.

A grid of scaffolding now covers the south side of the Union.  The workers are ready to add the exterior of the red bricks found throughout the campus.
A grid of scaffolding now covers the south side of the Union. The workers are ready to add the exterior of the red bricks found throughout the campus. (USF Photography Services)

Natural ambience is a fundamental building principle, as designers allow natural light to enter where the design allows. From the 48-foot atrium that welcomes visitors to the main entrance, to the ground floor that will house the new Club Down Under, a 12-lane bowling alley, sports grill and art center, natural light will be present. Exposed stairs and a set of decks will add to the spacious, open-air atmosphere of the building.

There is also a space that most students will never see that houses the machinery, equipment, and facilities that will operate the building.

“There are air conditioning units that will be large enough to work indoors, boiler pumps for hot and chilled water throughout the building and generators that run on natural gas,” said Dane Chrestensen, chief of assistant project at Ajax Building Company. “There will be a kitchen that can organize events inside the Union and on campus. ”

For his part, Bowden said he was particularly impressed with the building’s large ballrooms. At roughly one-third of an acre, ballrooms are designed to accommodate large-scale events like conferences and banquets, but can be segmented with dividers for smaller business.

“The previous ballroom capacity was 1,000 on a good day,” Bowden said with a laugh. “The new ballrooms will easily accommodate over 1,500 people. “

Adjacent to the ballrooms is a lobby, with floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe the space in natural light. Lobby doors lead to balconies, each offering sweeping views of campus, from the heart of Legacy Walk to Doak Campbell Stadium in the distance.

The third floor was marked the floor of the engagement. It houses a space that will be used for meetings of large groups, including the student senate. Although it is located towards the center of the building, the designers ensured that the space also had natural light and a view of the campus.

The new student union is expected to open next spring, and when it does, students will be welcomed into a facility designed to surpass its predecessor in terms of stature, utility and aesthetics.
The new student union is expected to open next spring, and when it does, students will be welcomed into a facility designed to surpass its predecessor in terms of stature, utility and aesthetics. (USF Photography Services)

Also on the engagement floor, Bowden said about 30 FSU student groups will have permanent space in the Union. He was quick to add that the FSU is home to around 700 registered student organizations and clubs, and anyone can access Union facilities.

The FSU bookstore will be located on the ground floor. Student business support staff will occupy a nearby space, as will a Starbucks coffee shop. Students will have a choice of five restaurants: Pollo Tropical, Panera Bread, Seminole Pies, Panda Express and Sports Grill.

The FSU Computer Store is an Apple Authorized Campus Store, while the Trading Post convenience store will offer students everything from fresh produce to sushi.

The interior decoration of the building will include artistic contributions from the students. Bowden said details were being finalized, but an art competition will be held to determine which student works will be on display inside the Union.

The FSU has also issued a “call for artists” to commission works of art that honor the Seminole Tribe of Florida and the relationship between the tribe and the FSU.

“We are thrilled to honor the Seminole Tribe of Florida through original artwork and showcase it in a prime location on campus,” Bowden said. “We plan to make a selection of the winning piece soon. ”

The exterior of the Union was designed keeping in mind the existing campus architecture and uses materials and design elements drawn from the dominant FSU aesthetic, including the iconic red bricks found throughout the building. campus. The Union will use 607,910 bricks.

The western end of the building will feature a colonnade and a market square, which will host concerts and performances. The unique tradition of FSU, Wednesday’s market will return and be held on the terrace located on the south side of the building.

“One of the things that sets the state of Florida apart is its welcoming campus,” Hecht said. “I think the Union will be a beautiful new campus center that will bring us together and strengthen our traditions and our community. ”

For more information visit https://new.union.fsu.edu/.


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Sorry, Cottagecore dresses are not a Republican Christian plot https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/sorry-cottagecore-dresses-are-not-a-republican-christian-plot/ Tue, 21 Sep 2021 21:04:00 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/sorry-cottagecore-dresses-are-not-a-republican-christian-plot/ Analysis The recent cottagecore-inspired trend of loose, retro ’70s dresses has shocked some people. But while critics see it as a conservative and repressive trend, fueled by recent attacks on women’s bodily autonomy and sexual freedom, others think it’s really not that deep – and furthermore, present it. as such is typically white feminist nonsense. […]]]>

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The recent cottagecore-inspired trend of loose, retro ’70s dresses has shocked some people. But while critics see it as a conservative and repressive trend, fueled by recent attacks on women’s bodily autonomy and sexual freedom, others think it’s really not that deep – and furthermore, present it. as such is typically white feminist nonsense.

Cottagecore, an aesthetic created by young, mostly queer women on Tumblr and TikTok, hit mainstream fashion last year with floral fabrics, long skirts and flowing lines. Drawing on the idealized aesthetic of European peasant women and American colonizers, its roots lie in sustainability, DIY, and a celebration of aspects of femininity, often ridiculed as silly or insignificant, for the sake of women and women. rather than men. Although rightly criticized for its overwhelming whiteness, as well as for the idealization by its Little house in the meadow elements of a violently racist and colonial era, it is not a sublimation of patriarchal whims, despite the aesthetic attraction of tradwives for it.

Obviously, a lot of it gets lost once something gets mainstream. To be sure, the anti-capitalist sentiments common in online communities are at best militarized by big business to trick fans of the aesthetic into buying their mass-produced clothes. But this is not the criticism that is made here. In fact, many critics seem to have not heard of cottagecore despite the significant media coverage the trend has received since the start of the pandemic.

The real moral panic generated by these dresses is whether their relative formlessness and lack of sex appeal is an attempt by conservative forces to deprive women of their sexuality and self-esteem, most likely for fundamentalist religious reasons.

There was full of comparisons to extremist Christian communities as well as the now predictable cry of Sharia law that pops up whenever people want a scarer instead of recognizing local oppressive Western movements for what they are.

Ironically, the reduction of women self-esteem and sexuality about whether or not they show exactly the right amount of flesh is a traditionally patriarchal and oppressive movement in and of itself. Its adoption by self-proclaimed feminists, where the only difference is the exact placement of the hem, is also a classic. white feminist plug. Both talk about the woman and her own feelings about herself, her body and why she is wearing what she is wearing.

Instead of recognizing that different women have different tastes, different comfort levels, and different aesthetic preferences, far too many people see one. conspiracy theory where the right the Christians try to hide the fact that women have knees. In addition, this kind of comments deals with hijabi women, Jewish women and other women who choose, for a number of reasons, to wear less revealing clothing, either because they completely lack free will or because they betray patriarchy in the process.

Equally irritating are the men who saw the trend, saw the complaints and decided that the existence of these dresses was some kind of moral victory on ungodliness and sexual freedom.

These are just dresses. Other styles of clothing, including those that show a lot of skin, still exist.

It’s perfectly normal not to like a fashion trend, of course, and many people who grew up in certain types of Christian homes have a naturally visceral “no” reaction to seeing this kind of clothing for the same reasons as tradwives periodically try to take control of cottagecore – right-wingers, fundamentalists and fanatics are often drawn to historical aesthetics, for different reasons. Cottagecore enthusiasts want to run through the wheat fields with their wives and pretend we’re not in the middle of a climate apocalypse, and tradwives literally want to step back in time to an objectively worse period of history. None of this means that floral maxi dresses are an existential threat to women’s rights and freedoms.

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Pietra di Bilbao: timeless beauty for walls and floors https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/pietra-di-bilbao-timeless-beauty-for-walls-and-floors/ Tue, 21 Sep 2021 06:30:54 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/pietra-di-bilbao-timeless-beauty-for-walls-and-floors/ In contemporary interiors, calculation has kept its natural beauty and elegance intact. An easy to coordinate and fascinating material in its wide range of surfaces for strong interiors and exteriors>, the aesthetic of stone – always extremely familiar and engaging from the first glance – offers itself as an adaptable solution to many styles, even […]]]>

In contemporary interiors, calculation has kept its natural beauty and elegance intact. An easy to coordinate and fascinating material in its wide range of surfaces for strong interiors and exteriors>, the aesthetic of stone – always extremely familiar and engaging from the first glance – offers itself as an adaptable solution to many styles, even when one eagerly awaits the 2022 house design.

Research on the surface market has indeed confirmed a very positive trend for this type of material, and in particular for high-tech ceramics, capable of seamlessly combining, in a single product, the porcelain resistance with the different textures and colors of the most sought after stone types.

Why choose high-tech stone-effect ceramics for floor and wall coverings?

There are several reasons … First of all, the particular manufacturing processes of porcelain, thanks to the use of presses and firing in ovens at very high temperature, help to create a extremely compact and non-absorbent product.
In addition, ceramic slabs are superior to the original material, including stone, as the treatment helps to remove a number of significant defects and irregularities such as fractures, porosity, schistosity, alveoli. as well as chromatic variations. Without doubt, this ideal combination of technical and aesthetic performance is one of the main solutions available for new construction and renovation projects.

In addition, stone is transversal between different styles, so much so that it is often used in projects inspired by classic, as good as modern and contemporary drawings.
It can also be used outdoors, if possible creating an interesting effect of continuity between indoors and outdoors. Finally, we must of course mention the real strength of the stone: the wide range of colors available.
The stone color palette is as diverse as it is trendy, rich in nuances and vibrations that make it easy to give life to bespoke spaces, for the home but also for offices, public and collective places.

Iris Ceramica, a benchmark brand of excellence in products made in Italy and high-tech ceramics, considers stone one of the most interesting solutions in the panorama of surfaces 2022. All the characteristics described above – resistance, reliability, versatility and a timeless aesthetic beauty – thus become central elements in the various collections of the Iris Ceramica catalog. With a range of more than 50 collections and more than 2,500 products, Iris Ceramica claims 60 years of commitment and innovation, of technique and aesthetics, with the production of “ceramic creations with high technical-aesthetic value, characterized by the excellence of an advanced design recognized by innumerable international awards and distinctions”.

The products are the direct result of internal research and development of the company, from a know-how that perfectly combines innovation and technical progress with traditional craftsmanship and in compliance with the most sustainable standards. more stringent, both in terms of process and product.

The latest collection created by Iris Ceramica is the elegant Pietra di Bilbao, characterized by relaxing colors and delicate color vibrations, all in the name of lightness: a collection that lends itself perfectly to easily covering interior spaces of any type.

With 4 colors – Black, Gray, Ice and Sand – Pietra di Bilbao explores sand tones, as well as neutral and gray tones. A color palette inspired by neutral tones and thus able to highlight “a decisive surface, rich in natural details“, as well as to infuse spaces – and especially those characterized by a essential style – with a strong sense of personality.

The ease with which they can be matched and combined expands the solutions offered by Pietra di Bilbao, ranging from minimal spaces that embrace a modern and contemporary style, to the most traditional and vintage interiors.

Pleasant to the touch, the surfaces featured in the collection are nonetheless heavily textured, while the soft veins and natural tones are perfect for covering walls and floors with contemporary elegance.

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High Intensity Cosmetic Ultrasound Systems Market Size, Growth, and Key Players – Venn Healthcare, HD Aesthetic Technologies, Bitco Med Ltd., Iskra Medical doo, Sculpt Pro Aesthetics https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/high-intensity-cosmetic-ultrasound-systems-market-size-growth-and-key-players-venn-healthcare-hd-aesthetic-technologies-bitco-med-ltd-iskra-medical-doo-sculpt-pro-aesthetics/ Mon, 20 Sep 2021 15:01:04 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/high-intensity-cosmetic-ultrasound-systems-market-size-growth-and-key-players-venn-healthcare-hd-aesthetic-technologies-bitco-med-ltd-iskra-medical-doo-sculpt-pro-aesthetics/ Sample download request Need for customization Price and purchase options New Jersey, United States, – The Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems Market The research report is an in-depth study that provides industry-wide insights into existing and emerging growth patterns, end-user analysis, and other key data that has been tested and validated by experts. and […]]]>

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The Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems market research report assesses the global Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems industry market and includes sales and capacity forecast for the anticipated period 2021-2028 . The factors driving the growth of the industry are highlighted in the report. The report divides the Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems market into broad categories such as forms, applications, end user, technology, and others for better understanding. These segments are carefully examined to provide a more detailed perspective on the global and regional markets. The report also examines key industry players including their product portfolios, company overviews, strategic growth strategies, revenue generation, market share and size, geographic presence and size. of the market. development and manufacturing capabilities.

The Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems market is growing at a faster rate with substantial growth rates over the past few years, and the market is estimated to experience significant growth during the anticipated period, namely from 2019 to 2026

The report has conducted extensive research on the market segments and sub-segments and clarified which market segment will dominate the market during the forecast period. To assist clients in making informed decisions on business investment plans and strategies in the Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems market, the report includes in-depth information on regional market performance and competitive analysis .

The report covers an in-depth analysis of the major market players in the market, along with their business overview, expansion plans, and strategies. The major players studied in the report include:

Venn Healthcare, Bitco Med Ltd., HD Aesthetic Technologies, Iskra Medical doo, Sculpt Pro Aesthetics

High Intensity Cosmetic Focused Ultrasound Systems Market Segmentation

Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems Market, By Type

• Portable
• Fixed

Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems Market, By Application

• Skin and face rejuvenation
• Elimination of wrinkles and acne
• Fat reduction
• Others

Cosmetic High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Systems Market, By End User

• Dermatology clinics
• Medical spas
• Home Care

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Market size available for years 2021 – 2028
Reference year considered 2021
Historical data 2015 – 2020
Forecast period 2021 – 2028
Quantitative units Revenue in millions of USD and CAGR from 2021 to 2028
Covered segments Types, applications, end users, etc.
Cover of the report Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors and trends
Regional scope North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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  • The Middle East and Africa (GCC countries and Egypt)
  • North America (United States, Mexico and Canada)
  • South America (Brazil etc …)
  • Europe (Turkey, Germany, Russia UK, Italy, France, etc.)
  • Asia Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia and Australia)

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Seven years for overnight success https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/seven-years-for-overnight-success/ Sun, 19 Sep 2021 23:22:05 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/seven-years-for-overnight-success/ Seven years later, Erik Yvon is still “emerging”, and that’s good. “Emerging” is such a deliciously loaded buzzword right now. “It makes you think, ‘exciting’, says emerging Melbourne designer Erik Yvon,“ It means there is some mystery, ‘What’s going to come from this designer? Something aside, something different … “. Just a few years ago, […]]]>

Seven years later, Erik Yvon is still “emerging”, and that’s good.

“Emerging” is such a deliciously loaded buzzword right now. “It makes you think, ‘exciting’, says emerging Melbourne designer Erik Yvon,“ It means there is some mystery, ‘What’s going to come from this designer? Something aside, something different … “.

Just a few years ago, designers dubbed “emerging” were younger than most, with the smartest young graduates finding their feet in fashion. They worked hard to get rid of the label and eventually “emerge” as full brands.

It is now the new black. “Emerging” is practical fashion jargon for designers like Erik Yvon who are often seasoned professionals (he graduated from RMIT in 2014 and teaches design there now) but with a fresh, expressive and original aesthetic.

Like Erik, they are intuitively connected to the Zeitgeist. They are experimental and collaborative in their creative practice. Their markets are generally small, niche, but they are also growing. Today’s consumers – especially Gen Z and young Millennials – are evolving and demanding clothes they can use to reveal their individuality.

“It takes so long to be an emerging designer,” laughs Erik, “The first few years after launching my brand, I was trying to understand the aesthetic, the vibe, the client, the silhouette, the fit … “

His brand is imbued with this hard-earned maturity and self-confidence. “I’ve grown and changed a lot,” he says, “My aesthetic is developed and true, but I’m still called an emerging designer. I like it.”

Erik’s latest collection, Sweet Pawn, was inspired by memories of a wacky seafood stall in Hawaii. It’s witty, beautifully crafted, and spans the gamut from on-trend silhouettes, from voluminous pieces in balanced blends of soft / fluffy, silky / sparkling fabrics and knits, to skimmed bodysuits laden with snap chains and ropes. ‘pearl accessories.

Erik collaborated on Sweet Pawn with Melbourne-based graphic and textile artist Pey Chi on what he describes as his; “loads of references to shrimp and pearls and odes to the sea and marine life.” His love of working with others is key to Erik’s creative practice. “I love engaging with future generations of fashion, hope to be excited and can’t wait to see what they create.”

He says he first caught the collaboration bug while interning with visionary designers Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett of Romance Was Born. “They were so inspiring, always working together, always true to themselves,” says Erik. “I think they are the best representatives of Australian fashion and without (replicating) what they do, I took in that inspiration.”

Erik showed his Sweet Pawn collection on the Next Gen runway at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week this year, one of four selected from a national pool of emerging brands. “We had influencers, industry partners, magazines,” he says. lots of traction. “

A good day but Erik was also happy, soon after, to find his mark and teach at RMIT. “This is what I tell my students, that there is more to working for the bigger brands. Small brands can be more creative. They don’t have to follow the trends and the pitfalls of routines. it’s not just about making clothes, being aware of what is going on around you, in your community, in the environment, being aware of the culture and trying to support and work with other creatives. everything into account and make it all part of your brand identity. “

Find the Erik-Yvon collection on www.erikyvon.com and Instagram @eric_yvon.

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Downham Market barber shop opens new men’s grooming studio https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/downham-market-barber-shop-opens-new-mens-grooming-studio/ Sun, 19 Sep 2021 15:41:00 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/downham-market-barber-shop-opens-new-mens-grooming-studio/ A new studio has opened in a barbershop in West Norfolk which aims to provide a center for men to receive “non-judgmental” grooming treatment. Morton’s Barbershop and Men’s Rooms in Downham Market has opened a studio on the premises for men’s grooming, which includes waxing, sports massages, beauty treatments, skin care, hair care and tattoos […]]]>

A new studio has opened in a barbershop in West Norfolk which aims to provide a center for men to receive “non-judgmental” grooming treatment.

Morton’s Barbershop and Men’s Rooms in Downham Market has opened a studio on the premises for men’s grooming, which includes waxing, sports massages, beauty treatments, skin care, hair care and tattoos .

The family-owned business launched its ‘don’t traffic jam’ mental health campaign in October to help raise awareness and support those struggling with the coronavirus pandemic.


Shop manager Harry Morton outside the Downham Market Barber Shop and Men’s Rooms.
– Credit: Morton’s Barbershop and Men’s Rooms

And that goal is still at the heart of the business, said Hollie Morton, head of media and marketing.

She added, “This is about providing men with a space in which they can confidently and comfortably experience all grooming treatments without judgment or stereotypical ‘feminine’ perception of taking care of their image.

“We’re not just a barber shop, we’re a place men can visit for a cool cup, coffee or smoothie in our bar, top up their tan with a sunbed, or just a chat with a listening ear. “


Marie Fuller has partnered with Morton's Barbershop and Men's Rooms at Downham Market.

Marie Fuller has partnered with Morton’s Barbershop and Men’s Rooms at Downham Market.
– Credit: Morton’s Barbershop and Men’s Rooms


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Shop manager Harry Morton said: “I think men are under-represented in society when it comes to aesthetics and skin care.

“It is important for us to create a space where the emphasis is on making men feel comfortable and confident in their appearance and in their own skin.

“Men’s mental health is something as a store that we are exceptionally passionate about and I think it’s another step forward in becoming a hub for men where they have endless options.”

Marie Fuller, director, aesthetic nurse practitioner and injector, who heads ElysiPhi, has partnered with the company and will provide access to treatments focused on “medical aesthetics, skin care and well-being”.


Morton's Barbershop and Men's Rooms new studio in Downham Market.

Morton’s Barbershop and Men’s Rooms new studio in Downham Market.
– Credit: Morton’s Barbershop and Men’s Rooms

She said: “This includes the usual cosmetic injectables, but also treatments for problematic skin conditions such as acne, rosacea, pigmentation.

“We will offer screening for cancerous moles and treatments for scars.

“The Morton’s team has identified a need to increase access to medical aesthetics and to break the stigma that surrounds it for their clients. I am delighted to join their team.


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Korean bedroom design ideas to try for an aesthetic space https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/korean-bedroom-design-ideas-to-try-for-an-aesthetic-space/ Sat, 18 Sep 2021 22:00:00 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/korean-bedroom-design-ideas-to-try-for-an-aesthetic-space/ When it comes to watching K-Dramas, fangirling on our favorite oppas and great ladies are already pretty much a given. But if there’s one thing we can’t help but notice and love, it has to be the interior design of their rooms. We are obsessed with the ~ Korean aesthetic ~! Have a nice room […]]]>

When it comes to watching K-Dramas, fangirling on our favorite oppas and great ladies are already pretty much a given. But if there’s one thing we can’t help but notice and love, it has to be the interior design of their rooms. We are obsessed with the ~ Korean aesthetic ~! Have a nice room like Yu Na Bi’s from However Where Seo Dal Mi is from Start would be an absolute dream.

If you’re thinking of redecorating and recreating the same vibe for your space, we’ve got it! Below, we’ve rounded up all of the things we’ve learned about what * really * constitutes a Korean-inspired bedroom, including colors to consider and furniture you’ll want to have. Read on to find out more.

Check out these Korean bedroom design ideas for your next space makeover.

  1. Choose neutral colors for your walls.

    While some consider it an easy task, picking a color for your bedroom is actually a * major decision * as it will affect the overall feel of your space. You’ll want to go for colors like white, beige, or ivory, for a clean look and maaliwalas to feel. These neutral hues provide a feeling of calm and also make the room appear more spacious.

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  2. Choose light-colored upholstery fabrics.

    Based on Manila-based home decorator and stylist She Uy, upholstery fabrics are your curtains, bedding, cushions and more. (As the name suggests, literally anything sweet in your bedroom counts, LOL.)

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    For the curtains, she suggests obtaining transparent, fluid linen in a white or ivory color. You may also want to invest in blankets and duvet covers that follow the same palette. All of this will help give your space a more subtle and relaxed feel.

  3. Keep it simple.

    In case you haven’t noticed, the Korean aesthetic is very minimalistic. When choosing home decor items, keep in mind that you will want to avoid anything that has a fancy or intricate design. However, if you feel that the room is * too simple *, it is better to opt for simple patterns (eg Vichy) for your soft furniture.

  4. Place your bed near the window.

    Simply put, it gives you access to as much natural light as possible. Imagine all the super cute selfies you can take during ~ golden hour ~!

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  5. Install mood lights.

    In a previous interview with Cosmopolitan Philippines, interior designers at Tanaw Studio already mentioned that lighting is definitely a home improvement factor that deserves more attention. “People tend to stick with one lighting option: general or standard lighting. But we can actually incorporate mood lighting options into the design. Switching from one lighting option to another will dramatically change the feel of your room. It can also change the overall goal, ”they explained.

    To set the mood, you may want to consider getting a lamp or a dimmer. Bulbs that produce warm yellow light can also contribute to the warm atmosphere. If you’re feeling a little extra, string lights add a cute touch as well.

  6. Arrange the space with light wood furniture.

    Now is the perfect time to be part of the #TeamKahoy! You may be able to opt for a wooden desk, chair or dresser for that natural element of your room. And if you think about it, the light wood furniture will complement the rest of your light colored furniture.

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  7. Consider low furniture, especially larger rooms like your bed.

    According to a recent Mandaue Foam Home TV vlog, the most common aspect of any Korean bedroom is the mattress-only bed. There are three ways to set it up: 1) Place your mattress on top of wooden slats or a platform, 2) Place the mattress on a mat, or 3) Use a box spring mattress and box spring spring.

    She also explained that having low furniture makes you feel like you’re in a living room. “Ang isa pa sa mga nakakadagdag kapag medyo mababa yung furniture niyo [is] mas nagmumukhang mas mataas yung room kasi mataas pa yung natitirang space out. So, mas nakakaluwag siyang tingnan,“she added.

  8. Your design should also match your personality.

    Of course, since your bedroom is where you usually spend most of your time, you would want it to be a comfortable personal space. Don’t be afraid to add accents that will reflect your style, but always remember that less is more. Feel free to add touches of pastel colors if you feel like it! (And in case you need some inspiration, content creator Ashley Garcia’s coffee corner is the perfect example.)

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  9. Use full-length mirrors and tilt them against the wall.

    ICYDK, mirrors aren’t just there for your daily OOTD vibration checks. Similar to the purpose of neutral colored walls, they help expand the space. But okay, they’re also great for home photoshoots, LOL.

  10. Add some greenery.

    Getting houseplants for your bedroom is like adding a cherry to your ice cream. Besides being a great ~ aesthetic ~ addition to your space, plants are known to have health benefits such as improve your mood, reduce stress and, most importantly, purify the air. And hey, if you can’t commit to being one halamom Where plantita, you can always go for fake plants. 😉

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Bolt replacement delays San Juanico aesthetic lighting – Manila bulletin https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/bolt-replacement-delays-san-juanico-aesthetic-lighting-manila-bulletin/ Sat, 18 Sep 2021 02:15:00 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/bolt-replacement-delays-san-juanico-aesthetic-lighting-manila-bulletin/ New / Visayas / Bolt replacement delays San Juanico aesthetic lighting Bolt replacement delays San Juanico aesthetic lighting TACLOBAN CITY – Replacing the bolts has caused another delay in the much-anticipated San Juanico Bridge aesthetic lighting project, according to a joint statement from the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Public Works and Highways. […]]]>

Bolt replacement delays San Juanico aesthetic lighting

TACLOBAN CITY – Replacing the bolts has caused another delay in the much-anticipated San Juanico Bridge aesthetic lighting project, according to a joint statement from the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Public Works and Highways.

After a series of dry trials, the £ 80million project remains to be enjoyed by the public as, in January, DPWH informed the provincial government of Samar and Amigo Entertainment Technologies Inc. that they had been advised by the Japan International Cooperation Agency. the need to replace bolts according to Japanese standards.

He cited the need to replace the bolts on the 50-year-old bridge to maintain its strength.

“We call on everyone to understand that it is better to err on the side of caution, for the safety of our commuters and the public crossing the bridge,” said a statement.

The longest bridge in the country connects the islands of Leyte and Samar.

In 2017, the Tourism and Business Infrastructure Zone Authority (TIEZA) acceded to the request of the Samar provincial government and DOT8 to fund the project.

In March 2019, the project was awarded to Amigo Entertainment Technologies Inc., which they say is now 95% complete, including installing wiring and cables and manufacturing LED lights.

The replacement of the bolts and arches of the bridge is expected to be completed in December 2021.

Amigo is also expected to complete the remaining 5 percent of the project by then.


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Medical Aesthetics Market Expected To Reach US $ 16,034.87 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/medical-aesthetics-market-expected-to-reach-us-16034-87/ Fri, 17 Sep 2021 15:25:18 +0000 https://wesleyguesthouse.co.uk/medical-aesthetics-market-expected-to-reach-us-16034-87/ Medical aesthetics The medical aesthetics market is expected to reach US $ 16,034.87 million by 2028 compared to US $ 7,039.06 million in 2021; it is expected to register a CAGR of 12.5% ​​from 2021 to 2028. The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes that reducing waste is an important aspect of strengthening health systems. Advances […]]]>

Medical aesthetics

The medical aesthetics market is expected to reach US $ 16,034.87 million by 2028 compared to US $ 7,039.06 million in 2021; it is expected to register a CAGR of 12.5% ​​from 2021 to 2028.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes that reducing waste is an important aspect of strengthening health systems. Advances in technology have led to the development of surgical approaches that minimize waste and achieve better results with available resources. Minimally invasive surgeries are among the approaches that result in low waste production and reduced medical costs; in addition, these surgeries ensure low absenteeism in the workplace, which has a net positive effect on the productivity of an economy.

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The modern concept of natural and harmonious rejuvenation is based on a comprehensive, three-dimensional and multi-layered approach that combines several active ingredients and techniques in surgical procedures such as skin relaxation, volume enlargement, volume repositioning, reshaping , renewal of the surface and skin. tightening, according to the specific needs of the patient. As the appearance of the skin is considered an important factor in well-being and health, the number of cosmetic procedures performed around the world continues to increase. In addition, non-surgical procedures include facial injections and cryolipolysis, among others. These short procedures help correct facial lines, wrinkles, cellulite reduction, and unwanted fat reduction with minimal side effects.

The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) defines a non-surgical cosmetic procedure as an effective and safe procedure for those who wish to undergo subtle improvement and improved surgical results with shorter recovery periods; these procedures often do not require extensive training, unlike surgical procedures which are associated with higher risks. According to ISAPS estimates, the number of non-surgical cosmetic procedures increased by 51.4% from 2011 to 2017. With the proliferation of the medical esthetics industry, competition inevitably increases as well. This is a heterogeneous industry as the competition is not only from beauty clinics specializing in cosmetic surgeries, but also from other beauty service providers such as beauty salons and also compete with them .

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On the basis of product, the medical aesthetics market is further segmented into facial aesthetics products, cosmetic implants, body contouring devices, skin esthetics devices, hair removal devices, tattoo removal devices and others. In 2021, the facial aesthetic products segment is expected to hold the largest market share and is expected to register the highest CAGR between 2021 and 2028.

Minimally invasive procedures have undergone continuous innovation over the past 20 years. In 2017, physicians performed 15.7 million minimally invasive procedures in North America. Thus, the boom in adoption of minimally invasive and non-invasive cosmetic procedures is driving the growth of the medical aesthetics market.

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