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CAMPAIGNS, CELEBRITY, CULTURE, FASHION, GIRLS, MEN'S, NYC, TRENDS / June 1 2011 10:53 AM

God Save the Queen (of Fashion)

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Right on the tail of news that the Alexander McQueen exhibit  Savage Beauty” at the Met will be extended due to popular demand, images of Sarah Burton’s newest venture – “God Save McQueen” – have been released, and they do not disappoint. The collection of silk scarves incorporates McQueen’s skull motif and maintains a sense of delicate ephemerality that epitomizes McQueen designs.  Just in time for turban season!

God Save the Queen (of Fashion)

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CULTURE, TV / August 30 2010 10:50 AM

Gayest. Emmys. Ever.

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A Jimmy Fallon-helmed Emmys actually ended up not being the worst thing to happen to mankind. Who knew? In fact, it was an entertaining, well-paced affair that ended on time — take note Academy Awards. It was also the gayest Emmys in recorded history. At times I thought I had stumbled upon the Tony’s or the GLAAD Media Awards. The homos came out roaring and took away a lot of the top prizes and I for one couldn’t have been prouder.

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Uncategorized / December 2 2008 4:17 PM

Don’t Try This At Home…

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If you’re looking for a twisted ankle, bruised knees, or knocked out teeth this holiday season, make your way to the emergency room rocking on any of these heels:

Dont Try This At Home...

Antonio Berardi Platform No Heel

Dont Try This At Home...

Yves Saint Laurent Heel

Dont Try This At Home...

Alexander McQueen Platforms

Thanks The Newbury Diaries

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Uncategorized / November 25 2008 2:56 PM

10 Little Black Dresses

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With the holidays rapidly approaching, there are more cocktail parties, family gatherings, fancy dinners and holiday festivities than ever before! What could be better to wear than a classic, always adorable and stylish little black dress? Dress it down with a cardigan and some boots for a pre-Christmas dinner with the grandparents. Dress it up with heels and jewelry for a night under the mistletoe at your best friend’s swanky holiday bash! Really, the possibilities are endless! Too much holiday shopping have your wallet looking a bit empty? Here are some of my favorite dresses that can fit any budget and any style! (Photos in order from least expensive to most expensive): 

10 Little Black Dresses

ASOS Tiered Ruffle Dress: £45 or about $70 (Available at Asos.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

Firetrap Body Con Dress: £55 or about $85 (Available at Asos.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

Quontum Bow Halter Dress: £65 or about $100 (Available at Asos.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

Kookai Cornelli Embellished Dress: £75 or about $115 (Available at Asos.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

French Connection Full Skirted Prom Dress: £120 or about $185 (Available at Asos.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

Filippa K Black Boob Zip Up Dress: $399 (Available at Ssense.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

Designers Remix Prettystar Black Bubble Dress: $427 (Available at Ssense.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

Mint Jodi Arnold $475 (Availabe at Net-a-porter.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

Valentino Red Mock Neck Tie Back Dress: $550 (Available at Ssense.com)

10 Little Black Dresses

Alexander McQueen Piped Trim Dress: $2,130 (Available at Net-a-porter.com)

 

Visit Asos, Ssense and Net-a-Porter today! 

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EDITORIALS / November 8 2008 5:56 PM

Spead Um: “Unbelievable Fashion” by Nick Knight

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This month’s issue of UK Vogue not only features that amazing Roald Dahl shoot, it also features an avant garde tribute by Nick Knight. Entitled ‘Unbelievable Fashion’ this editorial goes through the most mind blowing garments of the last years. Viktor & Rolf, Issey Miyake, Thierry Mugler, Galliano and Alexander McQueen are just a few of the names whose frocks make an appearance.

Thanks Wicked Halo

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FASHION / November 3 2008 3:47 PM

Hats Off: Granville Millinery

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Hats aren’t just for costumes, to keep your ears warm or to block out the sun anymore! Thanks to designers like Marc Jacobs and Alexander McQueen, hats have made a major comeback, not only on the runways, but on celebrity heads and in the fashion world in general. Granville Millinery has given hats a total 360…from accessories to essentials. With dramatic head toppers like these, you now have a reason to go out and buy an outfit to match you hat! 

 

Merci Beaucoup NYLON!

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