Digital Printed Short Kaftan French fashion designer Paul Poiret further popularised this style in the early 20th century.
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Does Garcinia Cambogia Actually Work. Woman Smiling and Holding a Supplement I managed to find several research studies on Garcinia Cambogia, in both animals and humans. According to some studies in rats, it can inhibit a fat producing enzyme called Citrate Lyase, making it more difficult for the body to produce fat out of carbohydrates (1). Other rat studies show increased levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin.
This could theoretically lead to reduced appetite and cravings (2).
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A kaftan or caftan (/ ˈ k æ f t æ n /; Arabic: قفطان qafṭān) is a variant of the robe or tunic, and has been worn in a number of cultures around the world for thousands of years. Used by many Middle Eastern ethnic groups, the kaftan is ancient Mesopotamian in origin. How to Wear a Caftan (or Kaftan) Kristen Taekman Updated: August 22, The caftan (or kaftan) is an elegant and flowing garment made from luscious printed cotton or silk that instantly transforms the wearer into a chic and luxurious fashionista. Legend has it that Diana Vreeland once pegged the caftan as "fashionable for the beautiful people." We don't know if the garment is so discerning, but it's a lovely-sounding turn of phrase. The caftan (or kaftan) first appeared in Persia at about B.C., so getting nostalgic with it beginning at circa feels a bit disingenuous — but we're here to review fashion's relationship with the caftan.