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I really wish this vest was still left in my size. For good reason, they’re all out. Both the vest and reptile skirt are the right price, the vest at around $79 and the skirt under $200.
Pretty Hard by inaladylikefashion featuring lace up booties Mixing delicate and hard pieces to create a look is no novel concept. This fall/winter, leather bottoms are a must-have item for staying on trend. The pictured Kelly Bergin Leather circle skirt is a … Continue reading
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Photo via New York Times/Stephen J. Boitano/NBC, via Associated Press Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) made news this week for unapologetically wearing her natural curls. It seems that not everyone is so comfortable. Curly hair is too sexy, and not … Continue reading
Jestina Clayton sued the state of Utah recently, challenging a law requiring hair braiders to receive a cosmetology license. Clayton, a Sierra Leon native, had been braiding hair since she was a little girl, and used her skills to bring in extra cash … Continue reading
Designers, celebrities and fashion organizations are banding together in an effort to help aid Tsunami and earthquake victims in Japan. Including Solange and Jules Solange told Wenn, “My son and I, we are on the West Coast still…we woke up on the … Continue reading
We all know how Marc likes to play. See more here.
Always consistent, Tracy Reese was full of texture and print. See more here.
MONIQUE is my middle name. More pictures here.
Who said work clothes had to be boring? I work in a “business professional” setting, but it seems like so many of the ladies are stuck in a rut, wearing plain old suits and button ups. When they try, … Continue reading
In an E! News Exclusive, Leighton Meester says that she will end her role as prime time’s most scandalous Upper Easter in “two more years”. Serena with no Blair?! That bitch Serena is probably behind the whole thing. The show wont be the same. They’ll … Continue reading
As the seasons change, I always have a list of items that will maintain my fashionable-ness during the transition. Here’s what they are currently (items subject to change). 1. A Tweed jacket. There’s one I really like at the Gap, … Continue reading
Kelis wore the NOir Sobat Triple Strand Beaded Necklace the other night to her “Flesh Tone” album release party at Greenhouse in NYC. Love Noir. Loves Kelis. They say she and I are from the same planet…
Photographed by Kerry Hallihan and styled by Edward Enninful
“Effets de Surprise”- Photo by Terry Richardson and styled by George Cortina, for H&M
It’s been a long time coming, but I have to admit that I am completely WOWed by Lady Gaga. I’ve been eyeing her style for a while now. Her appearance on last night’s episode of Gossip Girl, in which she performed “Bad … Continue reading
Here is an update on the progress of the DIY project I started a couple of weeks ago. Of course, I started by gathering all of the necessary materials: Tights, needle and thread, and sequins. Then, I separated the sequins, … Continue reading
I shop online almost exclusively. My email box is stuffed with messages about this sale, and that one. Bloomingdales has 25-40% off cold weather essentials (ends today, so hurry) and Alexander McQueen is at Gilt this week… But, even if there … Continue reading
Last month, some friends and I arranged for a couple of artists out of Chicago to perform here in the city. Pictured from left to right: Yaw, Khari Lemuel, and the IC Soul Series Event Coordinators. The performance/event was amazing! Yaw (www.myspace/yawsmusic), who has a … Continue reading
Barbie (Barbara Millicent Roberts) is celebrating her 50th anniversary this year as one of the top toy brands in the world. After months of negotiations with Mattel, Universal has acquired the right to make Barbie into a live-action feature movie. … Continue reading