Saturday, January 20, 2007
Thursday, January 18, 2007
It's selling for $27 but even if it was on sale for 50cents I wouldn't buy it!
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
3. Cameron Diaz - I almost thought she was Nicole Richie for a split second, the once bubbly blonde has joined the masses of a-listers to go brunette.
2. Sienna Miller - There's just something about this dress and the way in which Sienna wears it. Very glamorous!
And my favourite look of the Golden Globes 07 is:
Sunday, January 14, 2007
Saturday, January 13, 2007
However, when I first saw the campaign I thought someone had confused the threads on The Fashion Spot but no, it is Lindsay. There were a lot of naysayers before it was released but I think that it has changed a lot of people's minds about her. The only thing that I dislike about this campaign is that she is so obviously photoshopped. It really doesn't look like her.
Are you ready to see the ads?
What do you think of these?
Friday, January 12, 2007
Thursday, January 11, 2007
Shade names from left to right: Need sunglasses?, Totally tangerine, Azure for sure, That's berry darling
My verdict? Go for it! These shades will sell out faster than you can say 'OPI'.
The bag comes with the pair free - or rather the pair comes with the bag. Whilst the shoes are absolutely gorgeous, the bag somehow upstages them. I feel that the 'Juicy Couture' scribbled all over the shoes detracts from their beauty. They cost $150 from eLuxury, but the gold ones have sold out *sob*.
Juicy ballet class anyone?
Tuesday, January 9, 2007
Daria Werbowy - DAR-ee-yah Ver-BOW-vy
Iekeliene Stange - Ee-kel-EEN-ah Stange
Anja Rubik - AN-ya ROO-bik
Tiiu Kuik - TEE-you KU-ik (if you say it fast, it sounds like quick)
Natalia Vodianova - Na-TAH-lee-ah Vod-ee-ah-NO-va
Monday, January 8, 2007
Sunday, January 7, 2007
In case you didn't know what the original crocs look like, here is a pic of them:
Oh, but alas! Crocs are trying to target a new market, fashionistas. I will admit that these are a vast improvement from the others, but it still doesn't mean I'd be seen dead in them. And as for the Beach Crocs, is not having sand stuck between your toes worth tossing those glam wedges for? I absolutely adore the t-shirt on the right, it's from IHateCrocs.com and sums up how I feel about them. Oh and btw, the shoes are made out of recycled six pack holders!
Lookie! Mickey Mouse shaped holes... These are the Disney Crocs for kids on the left. Might I just add another thing that really annoys me - people wearing socks (yes, SOCKS) with their Crocs.
The next thing you know, theres a designer doing a collaboration. I'll bet that that's going to happen! Sigh...
Saturday, January 6, 2007
That's how it used to be, before the introduction of online stores dedicated to selling fakes! Some people love being able to buy the latest designer gear at a lower price, even if the products aren't real. On the street, it is near impossible to tell the difference between a real Lacoste polo and a low-cost one. On closer inspection, the stitching is never the same quality and there is less attention to detail - here are some tips on keeping away from faux items (especially useful when buying off eBay):
Tip #1: Often faux bags will be shapeless, whether it be caused by the use of inferior material or simply by lack of attention to detail, it always pays to compare your product side-by-side to a photo one from a trusted retailer (try Neiman Marcus, Saks and other department stores)
Left: fake -- Right: real