Even though I haven’t been a Sex and the City fan, I’m excited for SJP Carrie inspired Shoe collection. I spent some days off catching myself watching a couple of episodes here and there until I realized my whole day has been nothing but watching marathons on E! LOL So, with that, I became more and more of a fan and wish that they continued on with the show. Look at Days of our Lives? Come on! Anyways, I checked out her shoe collection on line, with some clutches in the mix, and to my surprise, I really appreciate the collection. The pricing is a killer but worth owning a little history of Carrie in your closet.Shoe fanatics, the wait is over! Sarah Jessica Parker’s new line is now available, so start shopping, ladies: http://ow.ly/u7oiv
So ladies, I recommend checking her line. I know everyone has a little bit of Carrie in them.
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With two clothing lines, a rotating roster of collaborations, a third kid on the way and, sometimes, a music career, you would think Gwen Stefani probably has enough on her plate. But no, she’s decided to launch a new fashion project, which is actually a pretty big departure from her current mass-market ventures. (And, granted, she no longer designs for L.A.M.B., which also hasn’t shown in a few seasons.)
Stefani has teamed up with Michael Glasser, a former drug dealer and money launderer who went on to become a veritable denim guru, launching 7 For All Mankind, Citizens of Humanity, and Rich and Skinny. Now, with help from Stefani, he’s trying his hand at clothes that aren’t made of denim, but that are similarly versatile, based on knowledge gained from his time in the industry.
DWP, which stands for Design With Purpose, was almost a denim line until, Glasser toldWWD, a Neiman Marcus buyer told him, “If you show me another five-pocket jean, I’m going to punch you.” The goal of DWP, he says, is to “take the pressure off denim” to be a store’s biggest profit-generator, since the denim market isn’t as hot now as it used to be. The focus of the line is a slouchy, cropped, tapered pant — a very Gwen Stefani silhouette. There are also tank tops, tees and motorcycle vests, some of which have a subtle rocker/borrowed-from-the-boys vibe — though many items are more like wardrobe basics that could work for anyone. It’s perhaps her first line that might appeal to people who don’t see her — or Japanese Harajuku girls — as their style inspiration.
The line, like a lot of denim, is made in a factory in Los Angeles. It’s also surprisingly affordable, given that: Prices range from $80 to $130 for the small, 18-piece collection. It’s set to hit stores in spring 2014, and Glasser expects up to $5 million to $8 million in sales this year.
Head to WWD to see more of the line.
kirsten dunst’s got a new job
you could say she’s the hair apparent….
January 02 2014
We’re fans of everything Kirsten Dunst does (well, maybe not Bachelorette, but just about everything else), and while she’s previously had us rethinking cheerleading and loading up on macarons, her latest gig might be the easiest of all to replicate: The It Girl (and NYLON cover star) has just been named the global spokesperson for L’Oreal Professionnel.
Yes, that means getting a little bit of Kiki magic is as easy as making an appointment at the hair salon. For someone who is BFFs with the Rodarte sisters and has posed in a lookbook for Wren, why team up with the beauty brand? As Dunst put it in the official announcement, “The brand is strongly connected to fashion and I admire its commitment to innovation, constantly creating new professional services and products to achieve the most on-trend styles.”
What sort of innovation might the blonde be referencing? Our guess are L’Oreal Professionnel’s 2014 salon product launches Beach Waves and Absolut Repair Lipidium, since she rocks a seriously tousled look in the ad campaign. Does this mean that stick-straight hair (a la The Virgin Suicides) is dunzo for the year, replaced instead by major volume, texture, and shape? Are we all going to be reaching for our curling irons and bottling ocean water to spray in? If anyone can convince us of that, it’s Dunst—but let us know what you think on Twitter and Facebook!
Via: Nylon Magazine