I was about to call it a night after watching the Super Bowl XLIII.
But I just couldn’t do it!
Had to share my thoughts on Jennifer Hudson’s performance — and ensemble.
In addition to starting the game on a high note, she also rocked an outfit, which I think was just fitting for the occasion.
And the fit was flattering to her figure.
Let’s not forget the accessories, which weren’t over the top or inadequate.
Everything was just right!
Yaayyy, J-Hud (and your stylist)!
Watch the performance (and see what she wore!).
Heidi Klum’s a pretty busy woman.
But the mom/wife/TV show host/model is still finding time to do other worthwhile stuff.
This time around, she’s penciling Diet Coke in her busy schedule.
For the second year in a row, the beverage makers have chosen Heidi Klum as their heart health ambassador in support of The Heart Truth campaign.
It’s a national effort sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to educate women about the risks of heart disease.
In true Klum fashion, the campaign will include Diet Coke’s sponsorship of The Heart Truth’s Red Dress Collection fashion show on February 13 at Fashion Week 2009.
You’ll also see lots of ads starring the supermodel as she takes on the dual role of jewelry designer and model.
According to a statement released today, she has created a Diet Coke Red Dress Charm, inspired by the Red Dress symbol.
It’s encrusted in rubies and diamonds and “shaped like an hourglass to remind women it is time to get educated about heart disease.”
I chose to travel during Inauguration and was able to do limited blogging during the festivities.
So after all this time, I’m only now catching up on what the blogosphere had to say about inaugural fashion.
The Fug Girls’ commentary–on who wore what and how–definitely brought a smile to my face.
I think you’ll love it, too!
View The Best and Worst of Inaugural Fashion slideshow.
Baby Phat by Kimora Lee Simmons has announced its official arrival to the world of social networking.
Go ahead and fan Baby Phat on Facebook.
While you’re at it, sign up to follow Baby Phat on Twitter (@ BabyPhat), check out exclusive pictures on Flickr (@ BabyPhatFashion) or occupy a front row seat inside their fashion shows on YouTube (@ BabyPhatFashion).
During the Sundance Film Festival, quite a number of stars rocked Juicy Couture and Dirty English looks.
Check them out.
Images :: Juicy Couture
Now this is what I call an exciting partnership!
And it’s a great opportunity if you’re an American Express Cardmember.
The global payments company is partnering with acclaimed fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg.
Together, they’ll present a unique runway show for Cardmembers on Wednesday, February 18 at 9:00 PM during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Apparently, the designer is taking a new, never-been-done before approach to the runway and creating an opportunity for Cardmembers to experience a multi-season selection of her sought-after designs.
Want another reason to be excited?!
It’s hosted by André Leon Talley, editor-at-large for Vogue magazine.
Those attending the event will have access to the coveted floor seats under the tents to view designs inspired by von Furstenberg’s Spring/Summer 2009 ‘Rock Goddess’ Collection and a special look at some of her Fall 2009 Collection shown only to industry insiders just days before. (Suh-weeet!)
Invitations to this memorable event are on sale. Just four per Cardmember, though; don’t get carried away.
The property formerly known as the Versace mansion has been converted into a hotel.
The former home of Gianni Versace, who was shot dead on the property in 1997, has been rebranded Casa Casuarina.
Located in the heart of Miami Beach, it will also double as a restaurant and event venue.
Check out the Mediterranean-styled estate, still beckoning the privileged few.
Btw, it’s still open for tours at $65 per person, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Image :: KimKardashian.com
I love to celebrate individuality.
And Kim Kardashian sure does stand out with a glaring fashion risk.
Her new sunglasses, which she blogs about, are actually looking kinda fly.
They’re by Maison Martin Margiela.
Never heard of them?
Check out their store on Greenwich Street if you’re ever in New York.
There’s also one in Beverly Hills.
Read Kim’s blog post.
Finding a pair of jeans that fits well can be pure drama.
Too big in the waist, makes your butt look too big or too squishy, length’s too short or too long, etc, etc…
Good news is there’s a jeans brand, indi, that’s trying to solve our problems.
Imagine logging on to a web site, choosing from hundreds of possible style variations, answering a few body shape questions, and having a custom fit pair of jeans made just for you.
I haven’t tried it yet but it sure sounds interesting.
Go ahead, create your own now.
Michael Kors is getting hit with a lawsuit for trademark infringement and “other causes of action.”
Sounds strange for an A-list designer, doesn’t it?
Anyhow, the party filing suit is Tony Duquette, Inc., which controls the intellectual property rights associated with the late designer and artist Tony Duquette.
They allege that Kors infringed the Duquette proprietary name and trademark by producing and marketing a Kors Resort Collection using the name Duquette without permission.
The Duquette clan is also claiming that Kors used the Abrams book “Tony Duquette,” photographs, images and patterns from the book, and images of Duquette and his long time business associate and co-designer, Hutton Wilkinson, in advertising and promoting the Kors collection.
Damages and injunctive relief are sought.
No word on the amount yet. Stay tuned.