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It isn't so long ago that couture was solely the domain of the super-rich. Catwalk shoes and new collections were only of interest to moneyed potential customers and fashion editors of the world's glossy style bibles. High street and haute couture moved in very different circles, with the catwalk's influence taking a considerable amount of time to trickle down into your average shopper's favourite stores. Now, trends move at a much more frenzied pace, and front row at fashion week is no longer the territory of the uber-chic. Everyone's a dedicated follower of fashion.

The advent of stores offering more affordable fashion with a quick replica rolex watches turnaround from runway to retail has opened up a whole new world for clothing fans, and now everyone finds it easy to stay ahead of the trends. There is, of course, still a market for luxe designer goods, and the certain cachet that comes with owning a designer label could never be replaced.

It used to be that those with less than stellar incomes could find their entry point into designer gear through fragrance: the likes of Chanel and Calvin Klein made a business out of selling scents replica rolex to those may not have the money to buy their clothing collections. Now, however, it seems that designers want to find another way to get their brand into the public consciousness - and high street stores want some of the luxe feeling to rub off on them. This has led to some very unusual partnerships, bringing designer prestige to the eager shopping bags of the masses.

Clothing giants H&M have been a major player when it comes to designer collaborations. Fashion titans like Stella McCartney, Jimmy Choo and Versace have created collections for them, to huge demand. It wasn't uncommon to see queues round the block on the launch days of the collaborative clothing lines, with many pieces selling out online before the first cash register had rung instore.

Other fashion retailers have also been getting in on the act and using big names to bring people through the doors. High street staple Debenhams has long associations with John Rocha and Jasper Conran, while Great British institution John Lewis recently teamed up with Clements Ribeiro for a range of ladieswear.

One of the most celebrated, and successful, collaborations was German designer Jil Sander's series of capsule collections for Uniqlo. In the US, iconic design house Missoni shocked the fashion world when it jumped into bed with very affordable retailer Target for a range of clothing and homeware.

It seems now that the days of scrimping and saving for that one-off designer piece may be behind us, as all fashion-conscious designer fans looking to buy into a luxe brand is head down to the high street - almost everybody's favourite store is hooking up with a designer!

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2. července 2013 v 9:05

Taking the family for a weekend adventure in sol republic headphones the plane? Have young children? Does your daughter want a pink headset? Kids have ears too, and they need protecting. Unfortunately, most aviation headsets are sized for adults. However, with a little research, and/or creativity one can surely find a way to protect your child's ears and make the flight enjoyable for the kids an get the peace of mind knowing their hearing is protected.

What to look for in a Youth Aviation Headset?

Children's heads are actually relatively big compared to their bodies. Thus, some adult headsets may fit your pre-teen or teenager just fine. Many adult aviation headsets have adjustable headbands and mics. Under 50 pound kids may need a "youth headset". There are a few companies out there manufacturing "youth aviation headsets". Sigtronics, AvComm, and David Clark are a few of the more popular headset manufacturers. You want a snug fit as most of the youth headsets rely on passive noise reduction. It may be tough to find an active noise reduction youth aviation headset. Often your child will fall asleep to the drone of the airplane. Their head will hang down and it's possible a loose headset will fall off spontaneously. On the other hand, the headset may actually aid in keeping their head upright when it lies against the carseat.

Infants are a special case. It is safe to fly with infants. Similar to restraint laws in cars, infants popsolrepublic.com need to be in a carseat in the back seat of the plane. Most headsets, including youth headsets will be too awkward or large to fit on the infants head. Therefore, hearing protection can be achieved with a tight skull cap over the ears. For extra protection it is safe to use a cotton ball in the outer ear canal. I have seen some folks configure elbow or knee pads with a strap to protect their dog's ears in the plane. I suppose it would not be too far fetched to do something similar for a small child.

Preparing Your Child for Flight

Most children get a kick out wearing headphones like the pilot / parent. It makes them feel important and they feel more engaged in the whole flying process. Be sure to brief them about when it is appropriate and not appropriate to talk. This may be easier said than done. Getting a 3 or 4 year old to listen is a difficult task, especially while you are trying to fly the plane in busy airspace. Certainly, having an audio panel that separates the pilot from the passenger talk would be ideal. A bonus feature would be to look for an audio device input option so your child can listen to music, play video games, or watch a movie on the old iPad as you focus on flying the plane in relative peace. There are several aviation headset adapters available out there that can achieve this as well.

Flying with the family can be one the most rewarding experiences for the private pilot. Getting your children used to the whole process at a young age will improve the success of your famly flying adventures for years to come. Being prepared with the right equipment is essential not only for their enjoyment, but for the safety of the flight itself and insurance of protecting the youth's hearing.

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