Glam Damn It
Our favorite London-based fashion luxurary brand has made moves to the city of Las Vegas. Recently L.K. Bennett launched their first boutique in The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. The company has just one other store on the West Coast located at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles. The LA location opened just about a month ago in March.
The L.K. Bennett brand identifies with reflecting British heritage in a modern and feminine way. Often including fresh colors in their ready-to-wear shoes, handbags, and other accessories, more and more confident women are leaning toward this label to suit their daily lifestyle. The evolution of the L.K. Bennett's women's wear clothing is a totally accessible collection as it truly meets the right fit for real women around the globe—just think fabulous meets sophistication at the office.
If you have been feeling slightly nostalgic about your childhood lately then we have the perfect fashion piece for you to reminisce with your inner child.
Channel your inner '90s with the re-rise of the dungaree overall trend. This look is back and better than when were watching it on Saved By The Bell. Every retailer is filling up their "New Arrivals" with a variation of dungaree styles. From denim, to floral, to stripes, to lace, shorts to wide-leg to skinny leg—you name it. Dungarees are everywhere! Overalls do not always mean denim though. We have spotted numerous silk, lace, and leather amongst the tailored pairs on our favorite online shops as well!
Celebrating twenty years of style, Intermix is a retailer known for providing the style set with the latest, of-the-moment contemporary pieces has teamed up with a bevy of designers and labels from their extensive roster to create a limited edition capsule collection.Available exclusively at Intermix boutiques and online, the collection features wearable one-of-a-kind pieces designed with versatility and closet-staple status in mind. Just in time for the season of scorching days and simmering nights, the limited edition collection includes breezy maxi dresses, punchy cocktail attire, sharp blazers, denim, and accessories running the gamut from ultra-embellished to laid-back luxe from the likes of Sergio Rossi, Equipment, Missoni, Rag & Bone, J Brand, and Robert Rodriguez among many others. In short—the ultimate wardrobe for Summer 2013—and in truth, verifiably all a girl could ever need to carry you from a rooftop party to an oceanside getaway or wherever your warm weather whims may take you, in a breeze.
With the arrival of spring in the city and the impending summer, many a city gal has thoughts about enhancing her look! Joonbug had the opportunity to chat with the handsome, inspirational, and über-talented makeup artist and creator of Vincent Longo Cosmetics, Vincent Longo. Actresses Sarah Jessica Parker, Claire Danes and Michelle Williams, in addition to supermodel Cindy Crawford and Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio are just a few of his celebrity clients. Legions of women are addicted to his gorgeous line of lip glosses and cosmetics.
When: Now through Tuesday, April 30th from 11am-7pm daily
Where: 220 Lafayette Street between Spring and Kenmare Streets
For inquiries call 212-405-1190
Why: Up to 70% off lingerie, loungewear, and swimwear.
When: Now through Thursday, May 2nd from 10am-6pm daily
Where: 37 West 57th Street, 9th Floor between Fifth and Sixth Avenues
For inquiries call 212-920-1211
Much like an author may suffer from writers block, us fashion people can suffer from style block. It can happen to anyone—even Anna Wintour! It is a mini crisis of lack of inspiration and putting our creativeness on a standstill.
It is possible to look great and feel relaxed with 5 seconds of your time. For comfort and ease one can always rely on simple maxi dress. It is a one step process to keep you looking stylish for the spring. The best part about a maxi dress is you can turn it into your own personal style. There is no right or wrong way to rock this look! You may pair it with a neutral shoe of your choice then style it up with a statement bangel or any accesorry to your liking.
Between the book and the film, The Great Gatsby has stolen the Kardashian limelight (well for now anyway). The remake of the 1974 film adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic, The Great Gatsby, is set to hit theaters May 10, 2013. This upcoming film has been on the rise of conversation everywhere these days from its big budget and its amazing soundtrack, to the film's all-star cast. So, why do us fashion loving girls care besides the fact that Leonardo DiCaprio has landed the lead role?
We all love a little fashion throwback and cannot wait to set our eyes on the costume changes on the big screen. The 1920's is all about a bowler hat, bobbed hair, vintage sequins, and of course the infamous flapper dresses. It is always exciting to see how fashion evolves in a new era. With that said, we are providing you with inspirational pieces to channel your inner '20s and calm your Gatsby fever.
It's the trend everyone loves to hate.
It was certainly unexpected when models stepped out in petite sized heels on the Spring runways. For many of us women complaining about the pain of a stiletto, complain no more because kitten heels are back and they are taking over every retailer.
A stylish heel generally no more than two inches, sounds like shoe heaven to us ladies. The perks of a petite heel is it can be worn longer and give us enough height for a stylish lift. Rather than a flat, legs will be elongated and best of all we are pain free!
Creating chic, effortless, and meticulously crafted pieces that can seamlessly transition from day to evening can be a challenge for any designer, no matter what the targeted demographic may be. Montreal-based designers, Marisa Minicucci and her daughter, Anisa Marcanio, not only achieve this but also the near impossible: practical, comteporary designs for the modern woman, no matter what her age.
What began as a conversation regarding the wants, needs, and desires of their respective counterparts and colleagues in regards to clothing, would soon develop into the brand which would become MM: Minicucci x Marcanio. Minicucci, a 30-year veteran of the fashion industry, and her daughter sought out to marry the many elements found within a woman's closet: to combine the artistic with the practical, the trend-driven with the timeless.