Tuesday, January 16, 2007

A gift for all!

We're always ready to shop, but now there's an added incentive as benevolent brands, like Stila and Primp, contribute to charity every time we spend during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
"It's retail therapy when you buy something that gives back," says jewelry designer Mauri Pioppo. She and friend Sheryl Crow collaborated on a pink quartz Sundari necklace that benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Courteney Cox and Gwyneth Paltrow already have theirs, so take that as a tip-- don't wait, satisfy others while satisfying yourself. THINK PINK, with a heart and style pure of gold.

Think Pink

Red carpet looks.

Do You agree with the polls?

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller
Glam:30% Sham:70%

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie
Glam:61% Sham:39%

America Ferrera

America Ferrera
Glam:93% Sham: 7%

Jessica Biel

Jessica Biel

Glam:76% Sham:24%

Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon
Glam:79% Sham:21%

Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria
Glam:72% Sham:28%

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz
Glam:14% Sham:76%

Beyonce Knowles
Glam:27% Sham:73%

This year the Golden Globe Awards was full of different styles, colors, and designer labels. A popular color seemed to be cream. Teens can get plenty of insight for upcoming proms through looks on the carpet.

the newest accessory!

We finally found out how Paris Hilton got so famous. This blonde heiress was the first one make a dog the newest accesory. According to high-end doggy designer Hedy Woodrow she says the Paris "made dressing your dog socially acceptable." Paris and her tail-wagging sidekick launched the trend way back when, and since then, canine couture has developed. The biggest target seems to be smaller breeds. But there's a good reason for that, explains Woodrow: "Smaller dogs do get very cold. So, from a practical standpoint, larger dogs don't need as much."
Puppy LoveNot only are pets an accessory but they need their accessories too. Celebrity dogs are dressed in the finest designers coats, sweaters and sleep in a bed probably more costly then our house. They definately treat their four-footed friend to bling-bling.

Do it right!

This spring there is no certain way but your way. Everything seems to trendy this season whether its an oversized bag or a hand bag, tight or baggy fitting, IT'S IN! Rely on yourself to create outfits because you can't go wrong especially with this guide.

The Top Ten looks...

Mastering spring's new proportions is a cinch with a wide belt, be it in sexy red vernis or soft velvet.Teamed with a cropped jacket or a button-down and vest, cuffed shorts go way beyond weekend wear.Mobile phones and iPods keep shrinking and so do the designer bags in which we stow them.The noncolor of the season? Nude, occasionally paired with black for after-dark appeal.With hemlines scaling new heights, it's only fashionable that wedge heels follow.

There's nothing easier than a sixties-style baby-doll dress. Pull one on for instant It-girl status.Spring's must-have pants are strictly tailored, superlean, and slashed just north of the ankles.Small isn't your style? The season's other essential accessory: an extra-large tote.Nothing says spring like blue-and-white sailor stripes and bold brass buttons.Seeking a wedge alternative? No sleek stilettos please. Chunky-heel platforms are a perfect match for spring's no-frills silhouette.

Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Size is everything!

When it comes to the latest bags, size really is everything. The "in thing" for Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Chloe and Givenchy seem to be big bags. On the runway they're known for "suitcase girls." "I'm actually addicted to my bag," Camilla Staer the Danish-born designer admits. "I think the reason for this is partly the psychologically safe feeling of knowing that I have my work with me at all times. Also, I can carry shoes if I'm going out after work." Not only are these bags handy, but they make you feel secure, and space is not an issue.
Camilla Stærk's shoulder bag.Camilla Stærk's
shoulder bag.

Monday, January 8, 2007

Dress like a Star!

It seems to be that fashion deigners are looking to the sky for their newest ideas in the upcoming seanson spring O7's fashion. Marc Jacobs launched the trend, clustering stones on sporty satin caps, top-handle bags, and slingback sandals. Andrew Gn's rugged embellishments were influenced, he said, by "space, ice, and modern Japan," and Emilio Pucci's all-over beaded dress brought to mind the cratered surface of the moon..

Andrew Gn's shooting star.
Andrew Gn's shooting star.

Keep updated from fashion magainzes to see the newest trends this spring. Or perhaps just look to the sky for some tips.

Friday, January 5, 2007

a december spring

Layers upon layers seem to not be needed for this winter. This warm weather seems to be changing our whole wardrobe. This winter bermuda shorts seem to be in. Not only are they comfortable but they are casual and with a set of heels you'll look professional and trendy at the same time. Flats seem to be making there way out of the designers closets and heels are stealing their rack. Bright colors are taking a stance. Get out of neutral and try something new. No more browns and whites instead dress yourself up in exotic colors, try something new. Make sure to pick up some long necklaces while your out, throw away all the choker necklacers in your jewelry box and get in with the loose look, its simple and stunning.