Written By , on June 12, 2015

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As ornate jewelry goes (and we know it can get really over the top), this is very tastefully done. Laverne Cox was wearing this at the recent Orangecon event in New York city.

photo credit: Getty Images/Jamie McCarthy


Written By , on May 27, 2015

The celebs are out wearing the swim outfits that are not a dime a dozen.

Jessica Lowndes at Cannes wearing Gypsea:
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Kylie Jenner in selfie mode wearing Issa De’ Mar Swim
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Not celebrity, but models in the uber fashionable Lolli Swim collection:
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Speaking of, what’s happening with Miami Swim, is it off, on,off or on? Find out here.


Written By , on April 21, 2015

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Shot by Mikael Jansson, this May’s 2015 Vogue features Carey Mulligan expanding on her experience of moving to New York (by way of England), acting on Broadway and the transition and back again to films. She’s styled in Miu Miu, Rochas, Mulberry and trove of whos who in designing. The May 2015 issue hits newstands today (April 21st).

Read the feature online here.


Written By , on October 27, 2014

The oversized coat is beautiful and should any of the readers out there know the designer, let us know and we’ll publish the name. The sunglasses though are unmistakeable Sunday Somewhere. The Australian accessories house is a mainstay for Hollywood starlets and Olivia Wilde is no exception. Here’s she’s seen on the streets of NYC donning the shades.

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Written By , on October 8, 2014

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The Enfants Riches Déprimés Hat is not for the price concious, but there’s an argument or some sort of platitude that art doesn’t have a price. Rita Ora seems to agree wearing this fetching Enfants Riches Déprimés Hat. Visit the site here.


Written By , on October 8, 2014

Jewelry designer Susanna Galanis collaborated with fashion designer Jay Godfrey and her jewelry collection adorned models wearing Godfrey’s collection. Up close and personal with the jewelry and you can tell that Galanis is a master at her craft. A New Yorker by way of Greece, Galanis Spring 2015 collection consists of elaborate natural pieces that have been worn by a complete roster of A-listers including Blake Lively, Beyonce, Nicole Richie, Gabrielle Union, and Rihanna. Visit her website here to see the full Spring 2015 collection.

Susanna Galanis' Spring '15 Collection

Susanna Galanis’ Spring ’15 Collection

Susanna Galanis' Spring '15 Collection

Susanna Galanis’ Spring ’15 Collection

Susanna Galanis' Spring '15 Collection

Susanna Galanis’ Spring ’15 Collection


Written By , on September 30, 2014

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If you find yourself wanting to wear the same pair of shades recently adorned by Beyonce, Cara Delevingne, Cate Blanchett, Jessica Alba, Vanessa Hudgens and Isla Fisher, your proverbial prayers have been answered. Launching today is a new collection of eye-wear from Etnia Barcelona. The eyewear line comprises an impressive array of designs from the Wild Love in Africa Limited Edition Collection. It’s available on the Etnia Barcelona site today.


Written By , on September 30, 2014

twinkle-wenlanSister site SecondCityStyle.com has a good feature on this Fall trend (that really shouldn’t be so much of a trend but a stalwart in collections), over-sized knit sweaters. Right off the bat, I’m remembering the Twinkle by Wenlan fall collection of maybe five years that was rife with huge cable knit sweaters (and is still a major part of her Fall collections). But SCS’s feature delves a bit deeper. Head over there for more.


Written By , on October 24, 2012

We’re featuring Duro Olowu later on this week on the magazine side of Papierdoll, but I received this e-mail today and read it in it’s entirety about twice. The first thing I thought to myself was, self, someone at JC Penney sold their sold to the devil to get Olowu. Anne-Marie our lead photog in London, will attest that this is a coup as his footprint overseas is much larger than his presence here. But that in itself might be the answer, expose Duro’s collection to an American audience via JC Penney, a trojan horse diffusion line of sorts.

Here’s an excerpt from the release:

The exclusive collection, Duro Olowu for jcp, features apparel and accessories for women, as well as home goods, including dinnerware, stationery and décor items. Ranging in price from $10 to $100, Duro Olowu for jcp will be available this spring from March through May 2013 at most jcpenney stores and jcp.com.

“I am proud to partner with jcpenney to create and launch this new seasonal collection,” said designer Duro Olowu. “Working with jcpenney has allowed me to merge my vision of style and quality with their affordability, resulting in a line that is stylish, beautifully made and accessible. It has been an exciting experience to bring this fashion and home collection to life.


Written By , on October 22, 2012


It’s almost asking too much, but it seems as if from the appearance of recent fashion editorials one of two things has happened:

1. Either someone has directed all fashion mags to go light on the photoshopping

or

2. There’s a directive that says curves (even if ever so slight in nature) are a-ok.

That definitely was not the case in runway collections this year. But it’s looking like that in fashion magazines. Case-in-point is this feature of Kate Upton in this month’s Vogue. They could have gone heavier on the photoshop (as they’ve done in the past), but that didn’t happen. I’d highlight where the curves are, but you can tell just by viewing.


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