Shortly after an interview with Molly Meldrum on the Australian show, Sunday Night, rumors started spreading like wildfire stating that Beyonce is faking her pregnancy – and for a good reason. The image above is a screenshot from Beyonce’s interview, which shows her baby bump literally folding over as she sits down, and she makes an awkward face after doing so – almost like she knew she had done something wrong.
In order to jazz up October 7th, UNITE, a premium boutique line of professional haircare products, has shared with us 7 great Hair Do’s and Don’ts. If you follow the simple tips below, you’re guaranteed a fabulous hair day – which is the best kind of day you can have. Did we mention that Kim Kardashian’s stylist loves UNITE products?! (more…)
My obsession for beautiful colored vintage goblets began quite some time ago, after inheriting some of my grandfather’s dishes. I imagine if I would have had room in any of my New York City apartments, they would have been filled with all the above and more. Since moving to Salt Lake City i’ve inherited purchased a pair of ruby red goblets from the dreamiest store, Capital City Antique Mall, and stalk Retro Art Glass on a regular basis. (more…)
If you’ve never had a change to indulge in Diptyque’s heavenly, to-die for scents, I suggest you do so. Most recently added to their collection of things that smell divine are oval perfumed tablets ($45 each), which are made of white porcelain medallions surrounding a bar of scented wax. (more…)
Perhaps taking charge of your life isn’t as easy as sipping a glass of Pinot Noir, which is why you should take a few minutes next Thursday to hear Amanda Russell speak on how to grasp hold of what you want in life. Not only is she gorgeous and in uber great shape, but is also Olympic-trained, a celebrity fitness expert, a model, a motivational writer, a spokeswoman and founder of the AR Program. Pretty impressive right? Well she didn’t get there by wishing and waiting. (more…)
I wanted to take a second to apologize for the lack of posting, but I am making a move from NYC to Salt Lake City so things have been kind of hectic. As soon as I get settled in next week to my new home, there will be lots of fun things coming your way – SO GET READY!
If you have any friends in the Salt Lake City area, please pass along my site!
I’ve been drooling over Marc Jacobs‘ whimsical collections since the glorious college days, and even remember my first MJ purchase. It was a Marc by Marc Jacobs three-quarter length knitted sweater with pale orange, blue, yellow and pink butterflies embroidered on the front, and the huge buttons with the MJ logo engraved. I still wear it – it’s definitely going to be vintage one day.
Anyhow, the Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 Collection was a bit of 70′s meets 30′s style, with lots of red, burgundy, pink and fuchsia in the mix:
And then there’s my favorite part of this collection – Guido Palau of Redken‘s hair inspiration, which was based on Grace Coddington (most of you know her from The September Issue) of Vogue’s frizzy locks! She’s a huge icon in the Fashion world so it’s great to see her incorporated into the runway, as she was once a model herself!
Grace Coddington of Vogue Marc Jacobs Model
Grace Coddington modeling – 1960′s
While I agree this hairstyle is only a look suited for the lovely Grace, it works very well with some of Marc Jacobs’ collection pieces. Or perhaps we could use some of Guido’s tips on how to get the “Grace Frizz” for Halloween – now that would be fun!
William Tempest impressed everyone this year, as he debuted “The Siren’s Song” for Spring 2011 at Lincoln Center. After 3 seasons of showing in London, he’s finally bringing his elegant and sculptural designs to us New Yorkers. His inspiration for the collection was goddess like creatures that were half beauty, half sea creatures.
“The Siren’s Song” in the making:
“The Siren’s Song” presentation at Lincoln Center:
I even got a second to chat with Jessica Vartoughian, founder of Jessica Cosmetics, who created a whole collection of custom colors for the William Tempest presentation. You can’t purchase the Jessica William Tempest Collection until spring 2011, but here’s an exciting preview:
The grey and pink colors to the left are shimmery and absolutely amazing. Put a ticker on your calendar for these!
I swung by Robert Verdi’s Luxe Lab on Wednesday of this week, only to find a handbag that had my name written all over it (well, not literally). The Linea Pelle Alex Suede Vintage Fringe Mini ($295) is my favorite thing this week, with it’s super long suede tassels. My hair dresser thinks I’m turning into a hippie since I’m moving out west, but this might be the perfect fall accessory! See for yourself:
I did manage to walk away with this lovely Linea Pelle Leather Bracelet in Gold ($65), which I am absolutely obsessed with. It goes with everything and can even dress up a simple black dress. It comes in a variety of colors, but I fell in love with the gold.
I was lucky enough to preview some of the handbags that are coming out in late fall, and they are to die for so keep checking back at Linea Pelle.
Something I look forward to every Fashion Week is the Betsey Johnson show. It’s a hot ticket to have, and I even noticed people scalping tickets on craigslist. You never know what to expect from her, but you know it will always be a good time. This season her inspiration was biker girl and and the runway was built to mimic an actual road.
Click here to go behind the scenes with New York Magazine to hear from the very talented Sarah Lucer (Stila‘s Pro Artist for beauty.com) on the looks she created for Betsey. My favorite show in general so far, and for hair/makeup as well.
And for all of you Betsey fans, here’s a sneak peak at the Spring 2011 collection – start saving now!
Kelly Osbourne looked super cute in her Betsey Johnson attire – what do you think? Loving her as a blonde!
Kelly Osbourne and Betsey Johnson backstage
And yes, the infamous Betsey cartwheel was involved!