In Agenda magazine’s third special edition publishing in late fall of this year, we are happy to present our newest, never before seen, aesthetic content. Included in the issue is a fashion editorial spread, photographed by Ash Gupta and 838 Media Group titled ’Tween to Seventeen; and conceived by Agenda magazine’s […]
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On August 11, 2016, I attended the screening of Welcome to the Men’s Group at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation in Los Angeles. With much anticipation I sat comfortably in the front row as the room filled with eager moviegoers. I interviewed actor Ali Saam, who plays the role of Mohammad, and […]
Book Launch and Interview – AMERICA’S SIMPLE SOLUTIONS: A VISIONARY’S BLUEPRINT FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
American Rag’s CEO Mark Werts launched his new book America’s Simple Solutions: A Visionary’s Blueprint for a Better Tomorrow at the La Brea store on August 10, 2016. It was an exciting evening with distinguished guests and many opportunities that evening to meet the author. This literary work exhibits the incredible insight into the unchanging issues […]
On Friday, July 29, 2016, I met and interviewed Parisian painter Michael Stervinou at the La Jolla Fashion Film Festival held at the city’s Modern Art Museum. We spoke about his involvement in one of the film, The One 3: Horror Sex Fashion, of which three of his paintings were used in a very unusual way. Dressed in a classic navy shirt and jacket, and topped with a whimsical leopard bowtie, Stervinou created his own fashion statement.
These designs show off your bustline by having a deep V-neck plunge. The bathing suits highlight your curves by camouflaging the bulge of the belly, giving the illusion of a lengthened torso by the use of “ruching” around the waist.
The year is 2016. Normally that would mean nothing to me except that we finally reached an even number; this won’t be an “odd” year. I was relatively happy with 2015 except for a few minor hiccups. This year promised to bring the fruits of my labor, happiness, and a […]
. . . and they call me “Plus Size.” When you are a size 6, you can find what you want, look great in most outfits and spend very little money. When you are size 14, the choices are limited and the fashion is almost non-existent. If the people in our […]