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Striving for perfection does sound demanding, but the rewards we reap are comforting to say the least.

Striving for perfection does sound demanding, but the rewards we reap are comforting to say the least.  In the course of our work, we have learnt that there really isn’t such a thing as appropriateness when it comes to reporting and sharing trends, fashions and all things a woman needs to know.  Factually, nothing is ever inappropriate.

Spotted from as far back as in the thirties, Leopard print is once again dotting as the season’s most powerful trend alongside Chinoiserie patterns.  Check them out on ‘In trend’.

They say that old habits die hard.  Well, although we don’t totally agree, we can’t help it but understand that it is sometimes a lot easier to slip into something comfortable and not be too overly concerned about being formal.  We don’t encourage sloppiness for sure, but as long as a lady maintains her appeal, being comfortable is important. After all, fashion is about comfort and feeling good.  You’ll see what I mean in Fashion Spread.

For this issue, we caught up with the seductive Kagermaiya (Maiya) and got some interesting insights to share with you.  You may already know that Maiya has German blood, but she is 100% a Cambodian sweetie.   We have more about her for you in this issue.

Well ladies, I wish to also apologise for the late delivery of this issue due to some uncertainties that we had finally settled.  Please be assured that moving forward you will be receiving your copy of Ladies Magazine regularly as before.


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Eye On The Classics

(Khmer) ​ចេញ​ដើរ​លេង​ក្រោម​ពន្លឺ​ថ្ងៃ​ជាមួយ​ស្តាយល៍​វ៉ែនតាដ៏​

Don’t go anywhere under the sun till you’ve snagged one of these forever chic sunnies


The suave aviators are a perennial favourite among the stars and with good reason. Its cool appeal proffers instant chic and its enduring style goes with right about any ensemble. Round faces will prefer an angled shape to offset balance while pointy faces will benefit from an egg-shaped frame.


Don’t have a tiny face? No need for cosmetic enhancement, just snap on a pair of oversized frames to create the illusion. A few rules of thumb to adhere by and you’re set. Perfect circles soften the hard lines of an angular face. Upturned wings of a cat-eye lift and sculpt a round face. Sweetheart frames are the perfect accompaniment for a square jaw.


Black is a failsafe bet that promises to slim down the face. Like makeup, colours and prints instantly lift the complexion. Shorten a long face with broad and thick frames.

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Giorgio Armani stands the test of time

A Class Act

A Class Act

Forty years and counting, a stake that very few in fashion can lie claim to save for the revered likes of Giorgio Armani.

The 81-year-old designer who recently published a coffee table autobiography in ode to having dedicated four decades to the rag trade is not about to let festive fanfare distract him from doing what he’s best at – fashion design.

While there is a compelling element of familiarity what with revisiting favourites such as injecting sports elements, blinging up casuals, and pulling out killer red carpet looks, Armani deliberately took a sabbatical from his favourite beige and pastel palette in favour of red, blue and white. How totally Un-Armani.

Also significantly missing from the collection is the Italian’s penchant of playing match. The signature trouser suits are – gasp! – mismatched. No doubt the colour of the jacket is in line with that of the pants, it is obvious that they are cut from different textures. Is this a sign of things to come at this fabled fashion house? Will Armani finally change its sail? Time will tell.

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All Class & No Sass

Meet the actresses who make elegant sexy and sexy elegant

Meet the actresses who make elegant sexy and sexy elegant

Margot Robbie

CLAIM TO FAME: Australian actress who starred in “The Wolf of Wall Street” with Leonardo DiCaprio.

COP HER STYLE: Classic Glam. Margot Robbie is becoming a breakout star in Hollywood for her acting chops and style. Black, white, and reds are her go-to and they are never a let-down. She is pure sophistication with elegant sex appeal.

 Lucy Liu

CLAIM TO FAME: American actress and artist best known forAlly McBeal, Charlie’s Angels, Chicago, and Kung Fu Panda

COP HER STYLE: Lucy Liu loves a synched waist and showing some leg. Her petite frame makes stilettos and short dresses her norm.

epa02746711 Taiwanese-American actress Lucy Liu poses as she walks the red carpet for the premiere of the animinated movie Kung Fu Panda 2 in Hollywood, California USA 22 May 2011. Liu voices the role of Viper in the movie. EPA/MIKE NELSON

 Julia Roberts

CLAIM TO FAME: Actress and producer best known for her role in “Pretty Woman”.

COP HER STYLE: Long loose strawberry blonde waves are her signature do. Her wardrobe includes cocktails dresses, blazers, halter top evening gowns, peep toe pumps, and lots of plunging necklines.

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