Wednesday, October 31, 2012


Streets of Paris

Our fashion forward streetwalker is rocking a Tibi sweater, Aqua skirt, True Religion jacket, and Balenciaga boots.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

First Look.

Fashion Collaboration.
Michael Van Der Ham meets Brora Knitwear.
Next month, U.K. brand Brora will launch a 12-piece capsule collection with designer Michael van der Ham.
Van der Ham is lending his signature talents to offer a vivid take on wearable knitwear. 
Expect feminine details and unexpected fabrics on cropped cardigans, sweater dresses, fitted knits, and accessories. 
Van Der Ham states to ELLE,  "It was fun to mix lace stitches with heavier moss stitches." His favorite piece is, "the lace-stitch mohair jumper in pale blue with orange trim and mismatched back." 
The Michael van der Ham for Brora collection will launch on Brora in November.

Fashion Collaboration.

Shakuhachi meets Urban Outfitters.
Urban Outfitters has had the clothing line's threads previously.
Many fashionistos and fashionistas are thrilled to see this collaboration!
The Aussie label's now created a capsule collection of four dresses that will be sold starting mid-November in New York and California stores, as well as online, at a price point more appealing to the retailer's regular client (everything retails between $149 and $169). 
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Cotton blouse
$39 -

Patent boots

Jeffrey Campbell high heels
$230 -

Betsey johnson

Cross ring

$16 -

Nars cosmetic

Nars cosmetic

Stila eyeshadow

Nars cosmetic
$28 -

Monday, October 29, 2012

Spring RTW 2013.

Balenciaga Collection.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Behind the Scenes: Rachel Zoe

Elle magazines states" Rachel Zoe is taking a moment away from styling and designing her eponymous line to offer ladies advice on what to wear under their clothes. The fashion authority and reality TV star has partnered with Jockey for the campaign, Rachel Zoe's "Major Must Haves," a new collection of Zoe-approved shapewear. Before the ads are released in November, got a sneak peek of behind-the scenes photos and chatted with Zoe about her hubby's take on shapewear, who should play her in a TV series, and how she's dressing her son Skyler Berman these days."

ELLE: What drew you to this project?

Rachel Zoe: It seemed like such a natural fit. I've actually always been a fan of Jockey. I think it was this wonderful idea of bringing a little bit more fashion to an already very established, iconic brand.

ELLE: Tell us about the campaign.
RZ: The shoot was about me with the product, talking about Jockey. So it was focused on how great each product is: the technology, the fabrics, and the models—nylon, lace, crazy prints, and all things like that.

ELLE: What do you look for in shapewear?

RZ: Number one: comfort, which is really why I love Jockey. And the fact that it's actually really functional. They have all of these incredible silhouettes, like hipsters, boy shorts, thongs, and seamless; and that all just makes it amazing. Obviously I love seamless [styles] when I'm styling.