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New for English users!
Dear Friends,

Beginning Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010, the English language Burda Fashion community will be redirected to BurdaStyle.com. BurdaStyle is a vibrant community filled with fantastic sewing resources, including sewing patterns, techniques and discussion boards, much like what you have enjoyed on Burda Fashion.

In order to fully take advantage of all that BurdaStyle offers, we encourage you to join by filling out our Registration Form. Registration is absolutely free! Unfortunately, your Burda Fashion account information cannot be transferred to BurdaStyle at this time.

We are so excited for you to be a part of our community, and we look forward to seeing your sewing creations, and sharing ours with you as well. For more information regarding this site change, please read our dedicated blog post here.

See You Soon,
The BurdaStyle Team
burda Style, June 2010
Styles for summer!

Our June issue brings sexy ethno-print dresses, tunics, and khaki pants for your vacation wardrobe. Delicate white fabrics, romantic ruffles, and airy cuts are just the thing for hot summer days. For long, warm evenings, dress in luxurious silks and satins in jewel colors. Maternity fashions in classic black, white, and beige guarantee that you can still make a chic appearance at the office.
burda Style, May 2010
May brings fresh fashions...
with romantic flower prints. You'll also find styles with modern chic for the big-city jungle, warm-weather fashions in bright colors, and lots of dresses in wonderful, wearable blue. Of course, we haven't forgotten the kids or those who have fuller figures. The new burda Style is on sale now!
Burda Plus Fashion
Spring/Summer 2010
Feel good fashions!
Summery outfits for your day at the lake, naturally relaxed eco chic, a cool city look, and bright garments for your next summer party – all comfortable, wearable styles for women with fuller figures.

This Burda special issue is on sale now.
Creative trend – XL necklaces
Big is beautiful
Dramatic giant necklaces are “in”. They are fun to wear and fun to make – just follow our easy step-by-step instructions.
Creative idea from burda
Bounty of buttons
Take a simple handbag and add a whole collection of buttons – from large to small and simple to wild ... and create your own, very personal favorite bag!
High fashion for dolls
Ladies in Red
The “Red Carpet Collection” for fashion dolls is just as glamorous as the real thing – after all, these doll dresses are tiny copies of the elegant gowns in the November 2009 issue of burda magazine. Girls of all ages will be delighted!
Creative trend to make yourself
Sparkling
Rivets are seldom alone. This season, you can't have too many rivets – they sparkle like stars on garments and accessories. Here are a few examples and step-by-step instructions to make your own riveting fashions.
Creative trend
Make your own pompoms
A trend from the catwalks. Little pompoms are real mood boosters – they are a great way to give accessories a little extra pep. We'll show you how.
Taking measurements
It's a perfect fit!
In order to say that about the garments you sew yourself, you should thoroughly know the shape and size of your body. To take your measurements, you will need a measuring tape, a little time, and
our tips.
A matter of know-how
Let Burda help
What's the meaning of the symbols on care labels? What information does a cutting layout contain? How is the direction of nap determined? You'll find the answers here – plus our Burda size tables to download!
 
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