Friday, April 29, 2011
At first I was disappointed with the gown, but now that I have seen every angel of it, I must say I love it, I love the simplicity of it as it is not ostentatious on her part, this speaks volumes. Both Kate and William seem to be a no frills type of couple…I personally love that, like the simplicity of Prince Charles.
From all reports the house of McQueen is being swamped this morning as everyone wants a piece of something from the designer of the Royal wedding dress.
GOOD JOB INDEED SARAH BURTON…
Thursday, April 28, 2011
This loafer comes in an array of colors, white, black, brown, blue, and orange…well being that my favorite color is orange, my must needs are to have this loafer in orange…once again, I burn, I pine, I perish without these and again the price is right. The Hockenheim loafer in grained leather/orange with silver LV accessory.
Could not find a picture of the Orange Hockenheim...alas.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Carangi was featured on the cover of fashion magazines, including Vogue, April 1, 1979; Vogue Paris, April 1979; American Vogue, August 1980; Vogue Paris, August 1980; Italian Vogue, January 1981; and several issues of Cosmopolitan between 1979 and 1982.
After she became addicted to heroin, Carangi's modeling career rapidly declined. She later became infected with HIV and died at the age of 26. Her death was not widely publicized and few people in the fashion industry knew of it. Carangi is thought to be one of the first famous women to die of AIDS. Gia, a biographical film starring Angelina Jolie, debuted on HBO in 1998.
I remember "seeing" Gia once, while standing in the crowd in front of Studio 54 trying to get in. A Limo dropped her off and she just walked straight in...I loved it. It was December of 1978, by then I had only been "in" 54 nine times...not bad for a 17 year old.
Monday, April 18, 2011
I LOVE the red American Flag A-shirt...now I do not in any way, rock women's fashion AT ALL...but said to myself, self, you could rock that wife beater...I found it at Bergdorf Goodman's and found it to be "distressed" other words, raggedy as hell, but hey IT IS BALMAIN, so I was thinking t-shirt, 500...without looking at the price tag, I took it to the counter...the sales woman said, that will be 1,517 dollars. I hit the ceiling...you have got to be kidding me? No sir and with your purchase we will have sold out on this Tee. Well, I am sorry to tell you this, but I am not about to spend 1,500 dollars on a raggedy wife beater...I'm sorry! She was so sweet, even wanting her commission she said sir, I fully understand,I personally do not get it. I told her...if I had King Abduallah's money I would not spend 1,500 on a wife beater. ROFLMBO.
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Jimmy Delshad, former two-time mayor of Beverly Hills, confirmed the news via Twitter: "It is with sadness in my heart that I share the terrible news of Bijan passing away. May he rest in peace."
Bijan was a legend in the fashion and perfume biz and designed clothes for movie stars and world leaders. His Rodeo Drive boutique is known as the most expensive store in the world.
At the age of 26, Grace was in car accident that left her disfigured (she lost her eyelid). She later had plastic surgery to have it reconstructed. Two years after the accident, at the age of 28, she was interviewed by British Vogue's Editor, Beatrix Miller and she was employed as a Junior Editor. After nineteen years as Photo Editor with British Vogue, she moved to New York to work for Calvin Klein. In July 1988, she joined Anna Wintour at American Vogue, where she remains the magazine's creative director.
I ran into Grace last night in Chelsea, and I whispered hi Grace. Grace turned around, stop and smiled and said hello. I wanted to hand her a business card, but I could tell she was heading home so I did not bother her with my blog...