It was a red carpet experience last night at Fashion's Night Out at Sephora on 5th Avenue. With complimentary treatments and treats, it was certainly pappering you could get used to. Eager guests stuck it out on the line that extended to both sides of the double doors, before entering an overwhelming and lively scene.
Starting at 6 p.m. Dr. Gross, founder of Dr. Gross Skincare, wowed the crowd with his skin consultations which normally cost around $250. His best tip for a girl after a night on the town like this: never go to sleep with makeup on, drink lots of water and don't drink coffee after 4 p.m. so that you can catch up with sleep the following night.
The feminine charm meets a touch of masculine tailoring at the Silvio Liu Model Presentation. Sexy, formfitting dresses paired with short, tailored jackets and flowing skirts with a cummerbund waist were just a couple examples in the 19-look Spring 2011 collection. Perfect for a first date, Silvio Liu dresses the coquette who wants to look smashing but keep it tasteful; show some leg in a short hem, but be able to cover her shoulders (that is, if her date doesn't offer his coat).
Buyer's remorse takes a backseat during the District Sample Sale. September 16th marks the 8th semi-annual shopping and charity event located in the heart of Georgetown. This year will offer severely-discounted finds from some of DC's hottest boutiques, including Wink, Babe, and Rue14. Not only will last season's collections be found at a major price slash, but you will have the chance to shop next season's trends at an exclusive preview price.
Here's a great opportunity to grab a few friends for an evening of serious shopping and fun, complete will a luxury, silent auction and refreshments provided by participating restaurants.
Get ready for another fabulous collaboration. H&M will team up with Lanvin this holiday season to bring front-row fashion to mainstream markets.
Creative director, Alber Elbaz, expressed that he would "never do a mass-market collection," but his tune has changed. "H&M approached us to collaborate, and see if we could translate the dream we created at Lanvin to a wider audience, not just a dress for less," he said.
An ambiguous teaser video was released just a few short days ago which left many wondering who the next collaborator could be. Although the final decision was not intended to be announced until September 9th, the announcement was prematurely delivered today.
Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe are at it again. The infamous sisters have teamed up with momager Kris to launch a new clothing line meant to flatter and accentuate curves. With clothing and accessories ranging between $20 and $239, the line is affordable and features denim, cotton and polyester that have stretch, so they flatter a woman's body in all the right places.
Kim and Kourtney have already been spotted on the streets of Beverly Hills wearing some of the pieces from K Dash by Kardashian. Kim, seen here, wears the faux fur trimmed sweater vest with gray knit leggings and Kourtney, the leopard belted tunic, all featured in K Dash.
While New York is super excited to kick off Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Boston has something just as exciting to look forward to. Boston Fashion Week kicks off on September 23rd with a full calendar of events that last through October 1st. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Bostonian event that prides itself on thinking differently about fashion, according to Founder and Executive Director, Jay Calderin.
Runway shows will be held all week featuring local and emerging designers, including Victoria Dominguez-Bagu, Porntip ‘Aey’ Hotawaisaya, Laura Kane, Sara Marhamo, and Samira Vargas. In addition renonwed designers such as Vera Wang and Stuart Weitzman will also be presenting. Attendees can also look forward to sustainable fashions, artists exhibitions, charity events, clothing and accessory swaps, and fabulous after parties, among many other exciting events.
For a whole calendar of Boston Fashion Week events, visit BostonFashionWeek.com or check out Joonbug.com for Glam Damn It coverage.
The Glam Damn It editorial team has shopped around and picked the best trends of the fall. With so many interpretations from the hottest designers, it's easy to stay fabulous and be a smart shopper, too. When it comes to trends, you can either find something that sticks or completely misses the mark in the blink of an eye. Because we love fashion and a great buy, we have created the Fall Shopping Guide to help you choose which garments will become a seasonal go-to and which ones you may or may not find in the back of your closet next year. You can skimp on, but certainly don't forget to include the latest colors, embellishments, and textures in your fall wardrobe.
This weekend, August 27-29, the Boston South End Business Alliance presents their Sidewalk Sale with huge discounts on a number of local and unique boutiques. Grab up to 75% off at Turtle, which features local and up-and-coming designers, and Flock, a mother/daughter boutique with an earthy, feminine aesthetic. That's just to name a few of the dozens of vendors that will offer serious savings this weekend.
Check out the Boston South End Business Alliance web site for some more details.
Who doesn’t love an extra hand? Crossbody bags are no longer just a sluggish sack for lugging school books. With the introduction of chain links, metal accents, fringe and ruffles, crossbody bags are making a fabulous return and great alternative for work, evening and play.
There's no better time to showcase a beautiful scent than when the weather gets cooler and we all want to huddle a little closer. But don't make your perfume purchase an impulse buy! It can take some time to choose the perfect scent for fall, as the Joonbug staff found out on their recent trip to Saks Fifth Avenue.
We each had very specific requests: Three girls with three different ideas about the best Fall fragrances. We asked the Sak's experts for for their expertise...