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Thursday, January 28, 2010
Saturday, January 16, 2010
The runway shows gave us a look into what will most likely be in for Spring 2010. If you are a fashion forward woman and want to be ahead of the trends, then I would recommend trying one of these do’s for any upcoming parties and prove your true deliciousness. Take a look at some of my favorite re-doable hairstyles that went down the runways. Which one will you try, the side pony, flat top, bow, high bun or the faux bob? Do something different for yourself in this new year and try something different!
The gorgeous Supermodel Liya Kebede covers Italian Elle's January issue in a shoot by fashion photographer Alexei Hay, demonstrating that there is still a place for those roller blades in our closet. Liya, born in Ethiopia, moved to Paris at the age of 18 with her modeling career starting a year later.
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Many people have already reached out to see what they can do right now. We are asking those interested to please do one of two things: Either you can use your cell phone to text “Yele” to 501501, which will automatically donate $5 to the Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund (it will be charged to your cell phone bill), or you can click here to DONATE. Skip that Starbucks this morning and give today! The Yele Relief Group was created by Haitian native Wyclef Jean.
Saturday, January 9, 2010
If you're anything like me, you love candles! Lighting candles inside and outside of your home adds instant ambiance. I found these rustic and classy repurposed Big Bottle Wine Hurricanes at Napa Style. You can get them online or at a Napa Style Store near you.
If you like body ink and are not ready to commit to a tattoo, Chanel is entering the temporary tattoo market straight from the Chanel Spring 2010 Runway Show. In fashion, it’s all about the details, and designer Karl Lagerfeld is a master of the little things. While much of the talk about the show has been about the barnyard theme and Lily Allen‘s live performance. Some of the models sported delicate tattooed Chanel bracelets and garters adorning their wrists and upper thighs resembling chic chains.
Starting in mid-February, the Les Trompe L'Oeil de CHANEL Temporary Skin Art will be available for a limited time through Chanel.com. The body art will go for $75, which seems pretty reasonable considering there are 55 distinct designs within each box. This is an excellent way to wear Chanel and get a little style without spending too much or making a lifetime commitment.