March 21, 2011

Just drop-dead gorgeous

Hey gals,
I just came across these wonderful, stylish, colored, upbeat, magnificent (maybe I am spluttering) color props by free people. They announced their new colour line via facebook and I couldn't yet avert my eyes of this summerly articles of clothing. On top, they designed some beautiful accessories, which look fabulous in combination with the garment.

By hook or by crook: I want them. Nevertheless, I think they're quite pricy. The blue Costa Besace bag on the left is prohibitive ($448). But the Coral Cluster Ring is definitely a MUST-HAVE. I posted some "color props" underneath, so what's your favorite?

March 17, 2011

Hey Gorgeous, today I present a new product feature by benefit. I stumbled upon it by accident and I don't wanna deprive it from you. 

This Februar, benefit cosmetics launched the new bella bamba face powder in a blazing pink. For 28 bucks you get a shimmering 3D watermelon blush, which I really adore.What I quite like about benefits blush is the golden shimmer because you immediatley get a summerly look without being tanned. And the provided brush makes it easy to apply the blush. At daytime, I always wear a soft pink or a apricot nuance to accentuate my cheekbones. Having an all-night party, I normally use a darker bronze tone. What about you? What are your favorite nuances in terms of rouge?

March 15, 2011

Micky Green at "Keep the beat" by Mango

We love Micky Green! In case you don’t know who she is, let’s start with the basics. Her 2008 debut album, White T-Shirt, was a huge hit with its catchy blend of pop and soul tunes, and she’s just released her second album,
Honky Tonk.
Here she seems to be channelling something that wouldn’t look out of place in the American Pop Art movement, with bursts of colour, and reminiscent of pin-up girls. We’ve certainly all been won over by this amazing blonde and her positive energy.
And here you have one of her video clips so you can check her out. Enjoy!

Maybelline Calendar 2011 - Make Up is Art

Lovely ♥ Lovely


Fiona Paxton, a London Jewelry Designer, has always created real gems. Her flashy and opulant designs remind me of jewels "of yesteryear". As Paxton is a globetrotter with heart and soul, she is inspired by so many different cultural influences which flow into her designs. The outcome of this is her F/W collection 2011, which Paxton recently presented at London Fashion Week.


Paxton designed some magnificent necklaces, bracelets and earrings with stylistic elemts which have their seeds both in antiquity and Celticism. She runs riot in combining different materials like opalescent pearls with metal and leather. In doing so, Paxton created some real eyecatchers which pimp every casual outift on an instant. 


My favourite is the first golden necklace. What's yours??


March 11, 2011

Re-See: Dior's Fall/Winter Collection


Dior's FW collection for 2011 is absolutely amazing. But it shows that the Parisian fashion label definitively came under John Galliano's influence: Quillings, drapery and crochet work with leather are comforts which Dior didn't create in the past. So, thumbs up for the FW collection although I have to say that Dior already created  fur-jackets, fur-bags and fur-collars ad nauseam in the past. 

© via and Dior

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