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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsJust like your clothes, your Spotify playlist, and your Netflix viewing activity, your choice of fragrance reveals a lot about your personality. It's one of the very first things people notice about you, and has a huge bearing on the first impression they form of you. However, given the thousands of options to choose from, selecting a well-rounded scent that is a true reflection of one's character is not an easy task. After all, not only are you looking for class and sophistication, you also want reliability and performance, as well as that special something that will have everyone coming back for another sniff! It's no coincidence that it's men of a certain status who seem to have cracked the code, exuding power tempered with class and refinement with their choice of scent. It stands to reason - as you move up in the world, you replace your belongings (be it your car, your phone, your watch, or even your house) with something befitting your status. Why not do the same with your fragrance? If it's your intention to leave behind a similarly powerful and lasting impression wherever you go, effortlessly conveying to the world that you've made it in life, it's time to upgrade to the Code Steel Body Perfume from Wildstone. © Wildstone Designed by master perfumers from France, the soothing notes of bergamot and sandalwood are complemented exquisitely by the freshness of lemon and mandarin. You can also pick up hints of geranium and white musk in its enticing aroma, and the overall effect is a masculine scent that is bound to set you a class apart. Not only that, the fact that it contains only perfume and no gas gives it higher value for money. All things considered, this is a style upgrade that will definitely add a layer of class and elegance to your appearance. © Wildstone Gone are the days when a couple of sprays of any cheap deodorant was all you needed to get you through the day. It's time to add a classy and bold fragrance to your grooming arsenal if you want to be taken seriously. Whether you're still a fresher in the world of fragrances, a perfume pro looking to improve his collection, or a significant other in search of the perfect gift, Wildstone Code Steel deserves your immediate attention. To own it for yourself, click the button below. Buy It Here
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsMen's fashion is a constantly evolving platform. Proving just that, at the Lotus Fashion Week 2019, we saw a bunch of designers who showcased stellar menswear collections. Here are two interesting designers we really liked from the show: 1. Manoviraj Khosla Called the 'Kaleidoscopia', Manoviraj Khosla's collection is a fusion of the elements of a resplendent garden: from the glorious flowers to quaint butterflies, the collection celebrates colour, prints and embroidery symptomatic of the beauties of nature imbibed in masculine sensibility. © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing Interesting elements like metallic foil prints, sublimation and embroidered jackets and shoes give the collection a dynamic feel. 2. Komal & Ratul Sood This collection was a whirlwind of variant textures and play of prints to curate designs fit for a man not shy of experimenting with his wardrobe silhouettes. Puffed sleeves with vests, print on print, velvet bandhgalas and asymmetrical kurtas are a few of the fascinating designs that were a part of this collection. © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing © Studio picsing
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsIt's no surprise Facebook has been losing its most lucrative bunch of users, the teens, lately. It has become a universal rule, every social network slowly starts seeing a decline in the number of active users over a period of time. This is because users are always looking for something different and get carried away with fads. Facebook killed Orkut and MySpace, and there was a time when we saw Snapchat taking over the reins. But, unlike the previous cases, Facebook has become a behemoth and acquired loads of interesting companies that'll ensure its survival. © Twitter Though, it hasn't given up on luring users back to the classic platform. How do you attract teens in 2019? Well, with memes. The social media giant is working on a whole new section called LOL that will apparently have bone-tickling memes and GIFs that can be used to share on the platform. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the company is experimenting with the idea. It's supposed to be a simple piece of software featuring a feed of memes and GIFs categorized by topics like “dogs” and “pranks,” and Facebook is currently testing it with 100 high school users. Similarly, Facebook had also tested "Facebook Watch", the company's video-centric tab to take on competition from YouTube. © TechCrunch From TechCrunch's screen grabs, LOL's design and features draw comparisons to Snapchat's Discover feed. But Facebook has yet to decide whether LOL will exist as a standalone app, or as a feature within the existing app. The social network also owns the popular image sharing social network Instagram and instant messenger WhatsApp. These two combined give the company unprecedented backup options, but Facebook wants its users to be on Facebook. While teens have flocked new apps, Facebook is now often said to have been taken over by parents. © TechCrunch According to a study from the Pew Research Center, teens and young adults in the US are leaving Facebook for other social media sites like Instagram and Snapchat. The study reveals that only 51 per cent of teens aged between 13 and 17 use Facebook in the US. Every effort to lure the younger crowd has failed and with newer genres like TikTok coming in, the company faces even more challenges. Last year, thanks to the Cambridge Analytica scandal and repeated privacy flags have dented the social network's reputation. Source: TechCrunch