Leighton Meester isn’t one to shy away from fashion risks. Remember the Louis Vuitton getup she wore to the MET Costume Gala?
Last night Leighton attended the opening of club Klutch in Miami. As usual, the Gossip Girl actress was experimenting with fashion. This time she wore a lace peekaboo minidress with scalloped cutouts. What do you think of this look, fab or drab?
Yesterday, we told you about Lindsay Lohan’s plan to expand her 6126 Leggings line into a full apparel line. And today, WWD has a sneak peek of what can be expected when the line launches. The 6126 Fall 2010 collection will feature 100 pieces wholesaling from $18 for basic leggings to $300 for a leather jacket. The average retail price point is expected to fall between $100 and $150. The 6126 leggings currently retail for $68 to $120.
The collection will be made from the same Modal and lace used in the leggings, plus cashmere and leather. The line will be sold at Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom, and speciality stores nationwide. It will also be internationally found in Harrods, Lane Crawford, Kitson Japan, and Isetan.
In just a few days, 2010 will be upon us. A new year and a new decade. And you know what that means. It’s resolution season! My biggest resolution would be to take better care of myself, especially my skin. Preventive measures are always key!
Are you making any resolutions this year? If so, speak up and share in the comments below.
Topshop had a lot of interesting designer collaborations this year. And it looks like they won’t disappoint next year either. For the Spring of 2010, the UK retailer is bringing back collaborators from years past like Ashish, Ann-Sofie Back, and Jonathan Saunders.
Lindsay Lohan is determined to become a clothing designer. After her failed attempt as an artistic adviser for Ungaro, Lindsay plans to launch a full clothing line in addition to her 6126 leggings collection. Lindsay took to Twitter to break the news:
i need MORE followers i am so sad about this, how can i tell everyone about my 6126 full collection COMING OUT! all clothing
It has to be noted though, that Lindsay’s legging line does do very well. Despite the price tag – seriously $132 for a pair of leggings – people are willing to shell out money for them. So perhaps she’ll have the same luck with her own clothing line.
Yesterday, Jennifer Lopez attended a Miami Dolphins game wearing a gray-blue corduroy jumpsuit. While I’m not a fan of the corduroy jumpsuit, I would have to say that her makeup was fab. What do you think of the jumpsuit? Fab or drab? Would you ever wear one?
Cyndi Lauper and Lady GaGa are the new faces of MAC Viva Glam campaign. Here’s a first look of the ad campaign shot by photographer Ellen von Unwerth. Cute right?
MAC will release two lipsticks, MAC Viva Glam Cyndi and MAC Viva Glam Gaga, on March 18, 2010. Each lipstick will retail for $14 and 100% of the proceeds will go to the MAC AIDS Fund. The MAC AIDS Funds was founded in 1994, and has raised more than $150 million to support AIDS research, treatment, and prevention initiatives.
In celebration of the highly anticipated Tim Burton’sAlice in Wonderland adaptation OPI has created a set of four nail lacquers inspired by the much loved classic.
Alice in Wonderland doesn’t come out until March 5, 2010 – mark your calenders – but in the meantime, you can get your fix with the OPIAlice in Wonderlandcollection, which is set to release in January 2010.
Dramatic, daring Lashes have been a chic and urbane part of the modern Artist’s persona since Edie and friends made it all happen Downtown, on block-print canvas or grainy 16-millimetre film. Multi-media, counter-culture, the ultimate cool. In The Studio is the epitome of the look updated, featuring new Studio Fix Lash in Bl ack Fix or Studio Brown, with the latest thermoplastic synth-rubber moulded brush, designed to kill clump as it separates lashes. The perfect complement? Studio Fix Powder, a powder and foundation-in-one, combining complete coverage with ease of application, goes on dry with a matte, velvety texture. Silica keeps the matte flat and absorbs oil, and talc smoothes it out. Go for the bold stroke, as they do In The Studio.