7 For All Mankind's Got a Brand New Bag “Classic” is how 7 For All Mankind’s accessories design director Amis Garrigue summed up their newly expanded handbag collection for Fall 2008. “Something you could pull out of your closet five years from now.” Previewing the collection at New York’s Soho House on Tuesday, March 25, Garrigue said in designing the new collection, she opted for smaller, more elegant bags, most in square, rather than round, shapes.Comments
Posts for April 1st 2008
Forget about Mary . . . there's something about Kate. Her fashion sense is the perfect combination of effortless and put-together. She's never disheveled, but never too polished, either. Just when her Etro ethnic-print dress inspired me to wear more prints, she did a 180 and went the all-black route. But I'm not mad at her; in fact, she's now made me want to explore the dark side of my closet. Soon enough, her monochrome streak will turn colorful, so let's take a little walk through Kate's all black and all fierce looks.
Commiserate with me — online bra shopping is by no means an easy or fun process. But sometimes you'd rather not get off your comfy couch, even for new underthings. Since that's sometimes the case, HerRoom.com has come up with a genius solution. There's a feature that allows you to see how your desired bra, such as this Honeydew Racy Lacy Bralette ($27), would look under six different tops: button down, scoop neck, boat neck, square neck, deep v-neck, and cutaway tank. That way, you know how much use you'll get out of the bra depending on the style of shirt you wear most often. This is what I call smart shopping!
I showed you a covetable pair of Matt Bernson zippered sandals I am personally lusting after. But some of these zipped accessories blow my little flats out of the water. These borderline dominatrix Loubs for example? Fierce. But not everyday wearable for little 'ol me. A girl can dream . . .
This Just In: Jaime Pressly Is Moving to Sherman Oaks According to Big Time, the Emmy-award winning blonde recently purchased a newly built, five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath, Mediterranean in LA’s Sherman Oaks area for $2.25 million.
Ever since Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman designed the wedding gown she wore for her nuptials last December, she's had bridal on the brain.
In between making a $200,000 gown for soon-to-be bride Coleen McLoughlin, Chapman and her design partner Keren Craig are putting together a capsule collection of wedding gowns to launch this month. Expect lots of glamorous frills on the yet to be seen blanche confections.
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Wedding bells are here again! Today we're kicking off our second-annual wedding season bonanza on the Sugar Network! Over the next few months, the Sugar sites will be sharing all sorts of wedding ideas and tips, from fashion and beauty secrets to registry picks and party plans to advice on getting in shape for the big day. Together with our sponsor, Macy’s, we've also created a new site called IDoSugar.com, where you'll be able to find all of our great wedding content in one place.
We're kicking things off with Engagement Week, which will cover everything you need to know from the wedding proposal to budget-planning. Stay tuned all Spring for more wedding coverage, including showers, parties, wedding trends, honeymoons, and more.
Inspired by a fellow TeamSugar user, Oxymoron decided to pull her blazer out the depths of her closet and give it another go-around. The fit of the blazer is perfection and the tennies give her look a dose of casual cool.
Here's what she has on:
- Blazer: Polo by Ralph Lauren
- Vest: Polo by Ralph Lauren
- Shirt: Zara
- Jeans: Guess
- Shoes: Emma Hope
- Handbag: Zara
Congrats to Oxymoron!
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