Thursday, December 11, 2008
Feast your eyes fashion lova’s… this is fiyah!
Then came black jack, roulette and our own personal magic show with the great, Patrice Meunier. His tricks were super fun, different and exciting and even though we were inches away from him, we still couldn’t figure them out! Meanwhile, we were jamming to the beats of the talented (and sexy!) DJ Yo-C who kept everyone dancing all night long!
The food was delish… featuring mini everything like; burgers, lasagna, cannelloni, veal and more! MMMMM!
Everyone was looking fabulous that night… including us… of course!!
Jo with a plaid turquoise sheer blouse, high waisted skirt, and black tights with rose detailing, black patent pumps and bag and a hot turquoise belt… SEXY! Yussie was in a silver silk leopard dress, black patent belt, grey & black snake skin clutch, black opaque tights and black patent peep toes… oh and can’t miss the fab red lips… HOT!
Even though the temperature was pretty frosty…and it was sooo hard to walk in heels in the snow… it was definitely a great night! Many thanks to La Senza for hooking us up with a fab partay! They really know how to do it up right!
Yussie: Dress, Clutch, Belt and Tights; Winners. Shoes; Forever 21
Sunday, December 7, 2008
I would love to get my hands on a pair of these… preferably the stilettos with the criss cross straps!
They retail at about $1100… so start saving.
*SIGH* One day… I too will be able to own a pair of fabulous designer shoes… that cost more then my rent…
Following in the footsteps of Target, Payless has recently been featuring “Designers for Payless”. A concept, I have always appreciated as designer items come at a much more reasonable prices.
The designers on the roster thus far include: Alice & Olivia, Lela Rose and Abaeté. New to the list is none other then “Sex & The City” stylist, Patricia Field.
The collection includes: “Conga” & “Rumba” boots, “Cha Cha” fringed boots, platform “Salsa” Sandals, “Samba” satchels and “Tango” coin purses.
She got assistance from Roland Mouret for her 'Victoria Beckham Collection' and if you take a look at both collections you see how much actual influence he had on her designs… even though he claims that he only helped her to find her a pattern-cutter and seamstress… mmmkay!
Check out some of the looks below. The dresses are very structured, classy and chic.
Vicky B and dress pic source: Popsugar.com, Fabsugar.com
Pic of Roland Mouret's dress: Red-Carpet Fashion Awards