Dior State of Gold Make Up Christmas 2015


Appealing radiant light state of mind, Dior Makeup presents Gold and Light, a new limited edition collection for Christmas 2015.

Lustrous Beauty - New Christmas Gold & Light-Themed Dior Makeup in Limited Edition

From lipstick, eyeshadow palette, compact powder, nail vernis and other lustrous beauty products with magnetic aura and a touch of glamorous couture spirit for this winter, an exclusive gold-themed make up lines in glistening, luminous presented by Creative and Director of the house, Peter Philips.

Dior Make Up Christmas 2015: Diorific State Of Gold - Diorific Mat - Velvet Colour Lipstick

Petal-Soft Velvety Lips Diorific Mat – Velvet Colour Lipstick, Weightless and Long-Wearing. Available in 430 Radieuse, 540 Magique, 540 Magique, 540 Magique, 540 Magique And 770 Fantastique.

Dior Make Up Christmas 2015: Diorific State Of Gold - Magnetic Waves Eyeshadow Palette

Magnetic Waves – Couture Colours & Effect Eyeshadow Palette in 886 Blazing Gold And 576 Eternal Gold.

Dior Make Up Christmas 2015: Diorific State Of Gold - Golden Light Compact Powder

Golden Shimmer – Diorific State Of Gold – Golden Light Compact Powder in 2 delightful shades; 001 Luxurious Beige and 002 Sumptuous Pink.

Dior Make Up Christmas 2015: Diorific State Of Gold - Dressed Up Nails Vernis

Dressed Up Nails Diorific Vernis with scintillating platinum and glittery effect. Available in 001 State Of Gold, 227 Gris-Or, 454 Secret, 454 Secret and 454 Secret.

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The 2015 Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Bra has been unveiled and as always it’s the stuff made for fantasies! The company announced that supermodel Lily Aldridge will walk the 2015 Victoria’s SecretFashion Show runway wearing the much coveted Fantasy Bra.

Victorias-Secret fantasy-bra

Created as a longstanding tradition, the Fireworks Fantasy Bra was designed by the label’s jeweler Mouawad and is designed as spark-like bursts with 6,500 precious gems weighing 1,364 carats, set in 18-karat gold.

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The panties are adorned with 126 diamonds and 400 other precious stones. Together, the bikini set which took 685 hours to create is worth $2 million.

We would be feeling just like Aldridge in this video for Vogue, wearing a $2 million bikini!

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Bottega Veneta Nappa Leather Bag with Intrecciato Detail: Nude Moments

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I love the sweet whisper of color blush pink provides. Delicate yet powerful in its way and simple yet utterly sophisticated, the palest shade of pink – or the richest shade of nude, depending how you look at it – is as feminine as a color can get (without veering into Barbie territory).

Few brands know this as well as Bottega Veneta. Tomas Maier’s latest riff on intrecciato detailing is abstract, offbeat, and verging on edgy. I especially like the fact that the perfectly imperfect stripes showcase the fine weave so subtly, this tote almost makes you do a double take. Is it Bottega or not?! Credit the hue of the leather. But remember: Nude bags can be tricky. Make sure you have this one treated before you use it, and try to keep it far away from your dark indigo denims. Bottega Veneta nappa leather bag with intrecciato detail on Luisa via Roma for $4,400.

Pair with: Never underestimate the power of the pump. Offset a blush tote with Gianvito Rossi’s sexy shake-up of black suede, tan leather, and clear PVC.

Tag: BAG Leather NAPPA Bottega Veneta

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Top 5 Polychromatic Shoes: Chasing Rainbows

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Feeling like things look a little dull now that holiday festivities are on their last leg? There’s nothing like the perky colors of the rainbow to enliven your wardrobe, and there’s nothing like a great new pair of shoes to make you see things from a whole new angle. Lighten up…nix that, brighten up with a pair of multicolored sandals, flats, or knockout heels that show favoring just one hue can be so overrated.

1. Malone Souliers Tammy Suede and Leather Sandals: Retro-vintage or brand-spanking new? Only the rich, saturated shades of this t-strap pump give away the fact that these are nothing but new-season.

2. Sophia Webster Marissa Sandal: Funky, ethnic, and packing a serious sense of fun, these calf hair-accented heels will spice up the drabbest of looks. 

3. Valentino 1973 Rockstud Printed Leather Point-Toe Flats: We’ve recently fallen for chevron, and it’s Valentino’s rainbow rendition that takes the colorfully striped cake, no question. 

4. Pollini Varnished-Effect Sandals: Just because your sandals sport several colors of the rainbow doesn’t mean they can’t look minimalist and modern. Pollini’s sleek pair proves that point. 

5. Charlotte Olympia Mariachi Leather and Suede Pumps: Charlotte has taken the super-casual, classic Mexican sandal and elevated it into highly desirable territory, thanks to a nude stiletto heel and a fierce palette choice.

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Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Collection: Women in Uniform


Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Collection

I knew I was in for a real treat when I walked into the Park Avenue Armory, the long-time site of Marc Jacobs shows, and surveyed the scene: glowing pink gravel, a Pepto-Bismol tornado-dropped pink house inspired by The Wizard of Oz (a film Marc happens to love), shocking pink, pink, pink! On each seat were Beats by Dre headphones, and they struck me as a clever reminder: no one beats Marc Jacobs for showmanship. They weren’t just cool props; audience members wore them to hear a vocal narrative for an all-out immersive experience. Through the headset came a robotic voice: “Girl with long bangs and three bags, turn left. Knock on front.” It was at once bizarre, fascinating, and really, really fun.

Stage antics aside, the clothes are pure unadulterated Marc at his best. The Technicolor set could have fooled you; the looks, in a strict palette of dark blue, military green, muted khaki, and standard-issue olive, are worthy of a high-style army general or drill sergeant. Deglammed, there was not a stitch of makeup to be found on the models’ faces (I hardly recognized any of them!). Surplus chic was definitely the theme of the collection. Silhouettes of the military jackets, skin-cloaking suits, and multi-pocket dresses run the gamut from long and flounced to loose and baggy to short and flared, from squared-off at the shoulder to generously oversized (some suit jackets feature sleeves so purposefully lengthy, they only showed the models’ fingertips). Massive cargo pockets on almost everything send the message: utilitarianism is in for Spring ’15. But just when you’re thinking it comes without a stitch of femininity, Jacobs unleashes plenty of wide, waist-cinching belts (the hourglass shape is still in tact and on display beneath that fabric) and a whole slew of decadent, evening-ready satin looks with the same soldierly theme.

Great details also abound for luxurious militaristic touches, including large buttons and punchy baubles, à la ‘90s Marc Jacobs, plus seams and cutouts that emphasize the extreme precision of the tailoring. Add to the mix Dr. Scholl’s-inspired sandals – it’s all about the chunk! – and a practical range of bags, from some so big you can nap in them to large crocodile totes to tiny crossbodies, as well as a smattering of mod shifts, sheaths, and bubble skirts. Pockets, belts, and boot camp-grade toughness: Here you have it, the uniform of the season, and I mean “uniform” in the most authentic sense of the word.

Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Collection

Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Collection

Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Collection

Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Collection

Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Collection

Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Collection

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Bad Girls Need Nice Things Too

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Bad Girls Need Nice Things Too

There seems to be a relatively consistent image of what a successful woman should wear, from hair and makeup to clothes and shoes. While fitting this mold isn’t a bad thing, sometimes a girl just wants to branch out, toughen things up a little bit. Remind yourself that even though you’re a nice person and lovely to look at, you can still be tough. Send a few mixed messages with these pieces that are finely made and fine-tuned to add a little visual stimuli to your daily ladylike uniform.

Wendy Brandes Barbed Wire Ring (on Wendy Brandes for $1,800)

Balenciaga Asymmetric Bow Collaricon (at Barneys New York for $585)

Alexander McQueen Military Braceleticon (at Alexander McQueen for $995)

Alexander McQueen Harness Skull Ringicon (at Alexander McQueen for $415)

Dior Joaillerie Victoire de Castellane Kings and Queens Roi de Sugilite Pendant (on 1stdibs for $491,718.69)

Bad Girls Need Nice Things Too

Cartier Juste un Clou Ring (at Cartier for $3,800)

Bad Girls Need Nice Things Too

Heart of Bone Fairy Queen Ring (on Heart of Bone for $600)

Bad Girls Need Nice Things Too

Prada Crocodile Leather Bracelet with Metal Plaque (at Prada for $690)

Bad Girls Need Nice Things Too

Solange W.M.D. a.k.a. Family Jewels Pendant (on Solange)

Bad Girls Need Nice Things Too

Jil Sander Earrings (at Jil Sander for $180, from $300)

Julia Hagen is currently a student at the Gemological Institute of America. Her love for jewelry started with a red bead bracelet she received as a birthday gift from her grandfather around the age of five. Other healthy addictions include shoes, Crossfit, photography and researching jewelry arts.

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