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Joy also designed for Coach and Calvin Klein. After successfully designing for Marc Jacobs, the designer is now into her own career; her bags reach a new standard when it comes to issues like approachable and affordable. After creating a bag collection with Target, and a diffusion line called Olivia Harris, now Joy Gryson has teamed up with MCM and designed a collection named MCM New York. Sold exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue and the MCM Plaza boutique in New York, this collection will reflect everything related to luxury, good tast... Read More
The importance of accessories in fashion is well known so no wonder jewelry/accessory designers are highly appreciated for their work. Creating unique style jewelry designs requires a high dose of talent, interest and appreciation for this work as only people who are truly gifted and love what they do can become internationally known. One of the most talented jewelry designer is Lulu Frost who manages to create some of the most incredible unique jewelry. The Lulu Frost jewelry collection has been featured in a variety of internati... Read More
This season, Christian Dior beauty experts encourage us to be iconic by turning towards the label's newest and hottest lipstick shades featured in the Dior Addict Extreme lipstick collection for 2012. What better example to follow when it comes to iconic beauty than Kate Moss, and the superb supermodel has teamed with Dior to demonstrate the irresistible power of the new shades created. Intense colored pigments deliver the perfect shine and color to the lips, for a catwalk effect. Created for the ultimate Dior addicts, the new collection wil... Read More
New York Fashion Week is less than a week away. Ah, we bet all you gorgeous fashionistas hardly wait to see what designers will be sending down the runway this season at New York Fashion Week 2013. Okay, we must admit that we're also extremely thrilled to get a piece of action as well and analyze what the crème de la crème of the trendsetter realm will be wearing. On the opening day of New York Fashion Week we'll get to see are the BCBG Max Azria fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection along with Sharon Wauchob's Edun fall 2013 designs. O... Read More
The latest Rachel Zoe fall 2013 collection showcased at New York Fashion Week featured a riot of wearable and uber-versatile goodies. The designer said that the line is "about this amazing '70s equestrian girl who gets really tough. She starts her day sexy and sultry and all of a sudden, she's tough and goes dancing. It's tough and androgynous and cool. Tons of leather and suede and grommets. I'm super-proud of it." So, yes, Rachel Zoe's fall 2013 collection is filled with pieces that bring, once again, a special '70s nostalgia. "I a... Read More
Walking the Oscars 2014 red carpet at the Hollywood & Highland Center was the big fashion moment of the night, but most celebrities also changed for some of the Academy Awards after parties. While the same gowns and tuxedos were seen at the Oscars Governors Ball or the 22nd Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards viewing party, the Vanity Fair Oscar Party really brought out new and stunning dresses. See the best dressed celebrities at the Oscars After Party 2014, from the biggest winners of the night to stars w... Read More
The most important rule of dressing for a job interview is to dress for the job you really want, not for the job you are applying for. Whether your interview is with a manager, a human resources worker, or a recruiter, you need to put your best foot forward and make a good impression with a few simple rules. Discover the most important rules of dressing for an interview, if you want to maximize your chances for getting the job you want. Go for a Well-Fitted Outfit A good fit is everything, especially if you work in a com... Read More