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Golden Globes Red Carpet

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This has been a year to remember. Too many amazing actors, with too good a style. The men, like their women counterparts, did a great job with their styling, looking polished and handsome, but it’s even hard to describe how good the women did in this red carpet. It was so hard choosing the best, so here’s just a collection …

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Bridal Week 2016

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Bridal week took us by storm. So much white, such good lace, florals, sparkles and shine. This was not a season for classics, although most designers had one or two neutral options, they mostly opted for a very modern look. Vera Wang did not shy away from see-through fabrics and bared it all out behind beautifully patterned tulle. Carolina Herrera …

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Emmy’s Best Dressed

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This has not been an easy job. Somehow unexpectedly, there were too many amazing looking gals walking down the Red Carpet this evening. It was hard enough to see through the very handsome men and concentrate on the beautiful dresses, but thanks to a very colourful scheme, featuring hot pink, yellows, and even greens, it was impossible to miss the …

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Peekaboo x Japan

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Fendi celebrates 50 years of  presence in Japan with an extraordinary project where 5 iconic people who exemplify Japan’s creative and innovating spirit designed “one of a kind” Peekaboo handbags. Collaborators include Anna Dello Russo and modern artist Fuyuko Matsui, among others. All pieces will be sold through a silent auction currently happening from the Fendi website through May 20th …

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Hermès : Wanderland

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We all know Hermès wouldn’t be the kind of brand that would stay behind from the rest, especially if it’s about merging with the art world. If you happen to be in London this month, don’t miss the fabulous exhibit Hermès has put together at Saatchi Gallery with objects that have been gathered from the history of the brand and …

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Versace Store Opening in Chicago

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Im so happy to  give this great  news to everyone that the versace will be making a come back to chicago. The location that they will be leasing is a two floor 5,000 square foot  portion in the 935 North Rush street it plans to open in 2016.The store will be next to the new christian dior store that will …

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Oscars Best Dressed

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This Oscar’s Red Carpet is too hot to handle. Both men and women dressed to impress have done their best job, from hair to toes. So many good movies and even more actresses to celebrate this year. Every single one of the lady nominees looks flawless, we have seen Marion Cotillard in a very avant garde Dior couture; Felicity Jones …

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Celebrity Style: Stay Chic Despite the Cold

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Ever wonder how Taylor Swift can look so graceful strutting down the streets of New York while the temperatures continue to drop?  Well, we’ve gathered a few of her, along with a couple others’ best looks from the chilly winter so far, in hopes that you can gain inspiration and catch a few tips.  From stiletto thigh-high boots to structured …

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Kendall Jenner goes Cowboy for Vogue

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Kendall Jenner in the season’s coolest crop jackets is the young model latest editorial for Vogue magazine. I have to say, I was not one of Jenner’s first supporters when she started her modeling career, but after seeing so many of her flawless editorials, I have to say,  she blows me away. The girl’s got talent. This shoot takes place …

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Chicago Styled: Exhibition at the History Museum

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The History Museum of Chicago has featured several exhibits on fashion over the years, but this last one tells the story of how the Magnificent Mile came to be what it is today. Featuring 26 ensembles from the Museum’s costume collection, “Each piece featured tells a greater Chicago story,” says curator of costume Petra Slinkard. Dating back to the 1950′s up to …

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