Yes it is post Fashion Week here in New York and all the attention has moved across the pond, but what a Fashion Week it was. One of things I love about Fashion Week besides you know, the obvious—oodles and oodles of fashion, is getting to discover up and coming designers. So in this weeks Lookbook Friday we will be looking at the Spring/Summer 2015 Collection from Charles & Ron
The winter is really taking a toll on my skin. It was looking so dry,rough and blotchy. I had always wanted to try the Perricone MD products but they are pretty costly. But when I heard they had sets available and a replenishment service I thought I would give it go.
No other family in recent years has the capacity to generate such fervent anger and animosity as the Kardashians. Love them or hate them, they are had to miss. I must say it always astounds me when I hear people go off and yell slurs at them or call them trash. So, it is not OK or politically correct to call a poor family that lives in a trailer “trash”,
Fashion Week was a cold one this year as we experienced the coldest February in twenty years. The last time I attended Fashion Week it was the hottest day of the year. Can a fashionista catch a break? Well this here fashioista braved the sub-zero temperatures and gale fore winds and headed to the Carlton Hotel to attend Michael DePaulo’s Fashion Week presentation
Yes, it could be said that sales are my downfall, or you could say that I just like a good bargain. In this installment of “Confessions of a Bargainista” I will be sharing with you some of the many purchases I made at French Connection the last few weeks. I mean how could one possible resist the giant black and white signs advertising this most tempting of vices?
Iknow it it tempting to do everything online: read, watch TV, shop, write, but I still like to write things down by hand occasionally. I do work on a computer quite a bit, but when I received these journals as a gift for my Birthday, I was reminded of the joy of doing…
Granted much of what we do as bloggers is done online but nothing beats a statement making business card. Although Bryan Boy claimed at the last Lucky FABB conference in New York that business cards are obsolete, it is still one of the easiest ways to swap information when meeting people face to face.
Hello all! NYFW is literally right around the corner. And if you can not get to the shows then following all the action online is the next best thing. Of course I would like to say that yours truly is the only go to stop for all you Fashion Week news, but who am I kidding?
There has been much talk in the last few years of the democratization of fashion. The idea that fashion can be fun and can be embraced by the many. Yes, street style inspired fashion is nothing new, but Moschino’s Resort Collection for 2015 is certainly a giggle inspiring romp down the “streetz” of fashiondom. An unabashed celebration of self promotion, and an unapologetic exploration of the new money aesthetic …
Regular readers of my blog know that I generally do not wear heels higher then three inches, and most of the time I wear heels that two inches or less. I often wear sneakers as they are comfortable and luckily for me, super on trend. That said, I don’t always want to wear sneakers, but, when I am looking at a day spent walking all over the city, the thought of heels even when they are under two inches does not thrill me.
Last Saturday I had the great pleasure of attending my first Vogue Knitting Live event. I started with the company in August and I have been looking forward to this event since my first day. Vogue Knitting live is a traveling three-day conference for knitters and crocheters, and takes place three times year.