Monday, September 27, 2010
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Dr. Versace is in, and accompanying is the Medusa Doctor Bag of course. Made from the finest Italian leather, this structured bag is embellished with decorative gold studs and the well-known Versace Logo, making it the ultimate statement Versace bag of this fall.
Go spend years in college and get your PhD or simply visit the nearest Versace boutique and be called Dr. at a sheer price of $2,175.00.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Now, I'm not a particular fan of the growing trend of high-waisted trousers that somehow morphed out of the ever so popular (and for the most part flattering) skinny jean fad.
However, the Ready-to-Wear Fall 2010 Chloé collection features a pair of beige, flared, high waisted trousers that are to die for.
High-waisted trousers are best worn as shown in this collection in an all neutral and narrow color schemed ensemble. By keeping all the colors running together, you aren't breaking up any sections of your look. This is critical in not looking like a terribly out of proportioned human being while wearing these fabulous pants. Add a pair of neutral platform pumps and your legs will shoot to the sky.
If you dare add a pair of clogs to this ensemble, I hope you trip and rip the beautifully stitched hem of your trousers.
Bourbon Gelato and Dessert Wine on Sunset
Via Urban Daddy
There’s always that crucial moment.
That moment bridging the gap between great dinner date and... your place.
Here to help you build that bridge is a new little enclave for gelato and dessert wine—it’s called Gelatovino, and it’s now open daily until midnight.
Here’s when you’ll play this card: you’re having a nice, low-lit, Italian-y kind of dinner, with candles and a bottle of red. (Maybe at Delancey, right next door.) But before you suggest showing her your collection of Vincent Price’s capes back home, you tell her about this little spot you know for bourbon-flavored gelato and a glass of port.
When you arrive, you’ll find a place that spills out onto Sunset, and you might recognize the old-timey tables and dark purple walls from back when it was known as Delancey’s Wine Tasting Room. (The whole front wall has been cut out like a Greenwich Village record shop, and it seats about four couples inside and out, max.)
Duck inside and head to the counter, where you’ll find six sorbet options like Mimosa and 18 gelato flavors like Espresso Sambuca, Downtown Brown (that’s beer), Butter Brown Sugar with Bacon and Bulleit Bourbon, made with real bourbon.
There’s also something crazy called “vanilla.”
5940 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Read more: http://www.urbandaddy.com/la/food/11366/__:url:#ixzz10BSEPqO3
Sunday, September 19, 2010
The Fall/Winter 2010 Haute Couture Collection by Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci is so incredibly exquisite. So much pure artistry and finesse was put into this collection. Tisci's inspiration for this collection was influenced by the Mexican Day of the Dead. This idea was expressed through the skeletal frame of the garments, delicate fabrics intertwined with a strong structure, bone-shaped detailing within the zipper pulls, icy look of the articulately placed Swarovski crystals and lavish lace.
Tisci states at the Presentation of his collection, "My style is about the little details, if a dress goes by with the kind of speed of my shows, you might go, 'Oh, there's a lace dress.' You won't see why it took 1,600 hours to make."
Sunday, September 12, 2010
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