About us

Culture & Trend was created in January 2013 by two Brazilian sisters, Jessica and Juliane, both based in Europe.
The site was originally a blog, but now has started a new challenge: we have transformed Culture & Trend into an ONLINE MAGAZINE, because we wanted a larger space to express our ideas, talk about various subjects, (as we did before, but this time in a more professional and dynamic way) in order to reach more people.
We are lovers of the fashion world, Juliane model & graduated in Fashion Design and Jessica have been pursuing her passion for photography in both art and fashion. 
Our passion goes beyond the creation of Outfit, since the purpose of the site is much greater than that.
 

Culture & Trend also speaks of culture and sharing it (as the name already says), makeup, gourmet, travel, health.


Besides covering various subjects and categories, Culture & Trend also features an international section, where part of our team cares and updated weekly:

Brazilian Connection: a place where our team from Brazil talk and bring Brazilian culture, cuisine, fashion and trends up to date.
 We hope you like it and enjoy this new world called Culture & Trend!


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    BjoBjo;)
    Celina Alves
    Luxos e Luxos

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  6. I photographed a fundraising event here recently. What a wonderful place for photos. I almost always hate being anywhere at 6am, but because of proper event planning this breakfast event proved an exception.

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