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Sparkling Holiday Jewels


Nov10

1. Banana Republic, $75; bananarepublic.com 2. Fenton, $490; Saks Fifth SAvenue 800-330-8497 3. Ranjana Kahn, $475 each; 212-922-0286 4. Ann Taylor, $68; anntaylor.com 5. Erickson Beamon, $499; Beyond 7, NYC; 646-619-6857 6. Badgley Mischka, $425; Sequin, NYC, 212-398-7363 7. Kenneth J. Lane $495; 877-953-5264 8. Sequin $98; 212-398-7363 9. Gerard Yosca $345; 212-302-4349 10. Janis by Janis Savitt $425; Bergdorf Goodman, 212-753-7300 11. Miu Miu $230; 888-977-1900 12. Tejani $75; tejani.com

 

(Harpers Bazaar)

 


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"Ringa-Ding-Ding"


Oct09

1. Sequin-$38 (my favorite) 2. Alexis Bittar-$168 3. Juicy Couture-$98 4. Anthropologie-$138 5. RingSeclectic-130 6. Urban Outfitters-$19.99 7. House of Harlow 1960-$70 8. Topshop-$20 (Lucky magazine)

What a great selection of beauties at budget-friendly prices. There is nothing like a "knuckle dusting" stunner to add to or complete a look. I personally don't wait for an occasion to wear a cocktail ring.......I like to wear one everyday.

 


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Gee, I didn't know!


Feb26
I just happened to take a really good look at an email that I received from HSN (The Home Shopping Network). Boy have they changed! I am impressed by the roster of celebrity and other designers that they now have. Of course I just browsed the jewelry categories. I knew that Suzanne Somers and Susan Lucci both have jewelry as well as clothing featured. I also knew about jewelry designer R.J. Graziano and Tina Knowles (Beyonce's mother). Here's a list of the people I didn't know about.
  1. Paula Abdul (I knew she had a line of jewelry, but I didn't know it was on HSN)
  2. Tori Spelling (same here, I knew she had a line of jewelry, but didn't know where it was sold)
  3. Iman
  4. Lee Angel
  5. Arnold scaasi
  6. Lou Lou De La Falaise (I read that she was a muse to the late Yves St. Laurent)
  7. Janice Dickinson
  8. Justine Simmons
  9. Kathy Hilton
  10. Sequin
  11. Roberta Chiarella
  12. Sheila Fajl

I also discovered that Kenneth J. Lane has some really pretty pieces on QVC. Possibly, some of the more popular designers find that they sell more with lower priced lines. What ever the reason, both sites have beautiful jewelry.


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Favorite Magazines & Books

Accessories magazine

Lucky magazine

Elle magazine

Elle UK magazine

Vogue magazine

Vogue UK magazine

Bazaar magazine

Bazaar UK magazine

Marie Claire magazine

Marie UK magazine

W magazine

WWD magazine

WWD Accessories magazine

Vanity Fair magazine

Essence magazine

Quintessental Style magazine

Upscale magazine

The Andy Warhol Diaries

The Irreverent Iris Apfel: Rare Bird of Fashion

Vegas Magazine

Atlanta Peach Magazine

Nylon magazine

Instyle Magazine

Instyle UK magazine

The book of Film Noir

Town and Country Magazine

The Legs Are The Last To Go

The Jewels of Miriam Haskell

Interview magazine

"Faking It" by Kenneth J. Lane

Fabulous Fakes

Departures Magazine

 

 

 

Style Icon: Iris Apfel

This eighty-six year old lady is the epitome of style. She wears big, bold jewelry and beautiful ornate clothing. So popular is she, that a book was written about her titled: THE IRREVERENT IRIS APFEL: RARE BIRD OF FASHION. The book contains clothing and jewelry that is absolutely breathtaking. I like the fact that she has and revels in her "individual style". She does not follow the "fashion path"....she has created her own.

Gracious Beauty Audrey Hepburn

I think that she will always be remembered most for her role in Breakfast At Tiffany's, but from what I have read about her, she was a beautiful person inside and out. Here is a quote that was spoken by her that I think sums up the type of person that she was...."never let yourself grow up believing that anybody if different from anybody else.....love each other and do what you can for your neighbor".

"Lady Day"

Billie Holiday gave new meaning to singing a song.

Daphne Giunness

Another "lady of style"

Diana Ross

As she appeared in the movie "mohogany"

Butterfly dress

Prada

"A trunk full of treasures"

Dolce and Gabbana "Face" wedge platforms

Manolo Blahnik

This shoe belongs on display.

Nicholas Kirkwood Couture for Alice In Wonderland

Nicholas Kirkwood Couture for Alice In Wonderland