via vogue Nicholas Kirkwood might just be the most intelligent shoe designers out there. Not because he is more talented, or because he has the nicest shoes, but simply because he caters to just about every taste. A collection … Continue reading
via style.com Temperley London Pre-Fall 2013 I don’t think I can say this line is 100% my style, but then again, I can’t say any style is 100% my style. Whatever the case, I would wear everyone one … Continue reading
via erinfetherston.com I’m always going to support any artist who takes a risk and stays true to themselves-especially those who have the ” who cares what people think ” attitude every now and then. I think a designer who creates lipstick … Continue reading
via style.com Oh Missoni, only you can make knits look this good. Although there’s little room for flaws, and not everyone can carry these silhouettes, you must admit the looks above are stunning! You never seem to disappoint. What do … Continue reading
via style.com Anyone who knows me, will tell you-I can’t get enough of fur. I only do faux, but I certainly love it all. In my opinion, everything looks better in fur!
Source JustOneEye.com English Artist Damien Hirst partnered with the Olsen Twins-The Row, to create a series of 12 limited edition backpacks. You can find them on JustOneEye for a healthy $55,000- partial proceeds go to UNICEF.
Via Style.com Whether high-end or low-end, loafer platforms are a definite MUST for this fall, as well as next spring-no excuses. I mean it-Absolute necessity! And, since I included Fall styles in this ‘guide’ you might even find a pair … Continue reading
Via Style.com Making it’s debut all over SS2013 runways, the GREEN trend is a MUST do for next year. What do you think?
via WWD, Instyle.com Kate Spade’s new line-Saturday,is catered to younger customer and offers a more accessible price. Inspired by Kate Spade New York, Saturday will offer the same clean, modern lines, in bright fun colors, but now a much broader … Continue reading
via style.com, wikipedia The late Christian Dior’s iconic, voluptuous silhouette was not always the automatic success it is today. During the war, as it always is, resources and materials were scarce. The designers of the era had reduced themselves to … Continue reading