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Action for Blind People: www.actionforblindpeople.org.uk
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Fashion A-Z …
A – Animal print, leapard spots or zebra stripes, anything goes. Animal shaped accessories like the parakeet clutch bag by Erin Fetherston will bring much fun to your wardrobe this season.
B – Block colour is exactly that, blocks of strong colour worn on either top or bottom. Contrast rather than match your colours to stay on trend.
C – Cigarette pants: Ankle grazing, tailored and often tapered (cut closer to the lower leg) smart trousers, usually worn with a crease. Most flattering when worn low on the hips. This season go for a very tailored look with a flat front and slimmer leg for understated summer chic.
D – Denim for every occassion. Worn on top and bottom this look is tricky to pull off, but can look great in the summer. Opt for lighter rather than dark denim if going head to toe. Denim longer length skirts and flares will make you a fashion VIP this season.
E – Ethereal whites, silvers, soft greys and nudes in flowing pleats, drapes, silk and satin. Absolutely huge on the spring/summer 2011 catwalk.
F – Flares: Peace man, the classic 70s get up. The flare has amazing leg-lengthening properties when worn right. The full flare has full legs, flaring out gradually at the bottom, whilst the kick-flare has a standard leg and then a wide flare kicks-out at the ankle. The skinny flare, which is a very slimline cut that hugs curves and is narrow in the leg but graduates into a full flare at the ankle is good for balancing out full hips.
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Traveleyes is an international travel company specialising in world holidays for both visually impaired and sighted travelers’. Whether you go as an individual, with a partner or with friends, you’ll be travelling as part of a small, cohesive group. As a sighted customer, you’ll travel to exciting destinations with a substantial discount off the price of your holiday. This is in return for ‘being the eyes’ for blind fellow travelers. Founder and Director Amar Latif says: “Traveleyes offers you a unique experience – the luxury of a customised holiday to suit your needs, and the independence to discover new worlds. We plan each venture with close attention to quality and detail. We receive positive feedback from blind and sighted customers alike. Just go to our website to see our traveler testimonies.”
For more information on Traveleyes and to book a holiday go to www.traveleyes-international.com
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VocalEyes is a registered charity working at a variety of venues to enhance engagement with the arts for blind and partially sighted people. To date, VocalEyes has described more than 700 performances at 108 venues throughout the UK. Using audio description to capture the visual elements of a theatre piece, painting or environment, VocalEyes uses professional describers and involves visually impaired people in developing its services. The VocalEyes service includes access to venues and information, as well as access to the art itself.
For more information on VocalEyes and to find out what’s on this season in theatre, museums and galleries visit www.vocaleyes.co.uk[/stextbox]