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I always stock up on Bobbi Brown essentials during the annual Family & Friends event. 20% off? Yes, please! Not only does Bobbi give us a discount (and free shipping if you spend $65), but she also donates $10,000 to Dress for Success. And this isn’t contingent upon us spending a certain amount of money. It’s just a straight donation whether or not we buy anything at all. Of course we will, though!
Feeling bi-curious? Not in that way, silly! I’m thinking more along the lines of a super-chic shoulder bag inspired by the unified yet starkly contrasted beauty of the old black and white cookie. (To quote the prolific Jerry Seinfeld, “I love the black and white. Two races of flavor living side by side in harmony.”) Sure, I’m being tongue-in-cheek about the baked good, but there’s nothing ironic about my love for this two-toned bag.
Each season I sit spellbound as Oscar’s stunning collection floats along the catwalk, but this man’s sense of style is not reserved solely for the runway.
We’re used to flipping through fashion glossies and perusing runway photos for style inspiration, but thanks to social media, the democratization of fashion can actually make your next-door neighbor more influential than even the most famous fashion editors. Take Luvocracy, where you can recommend everything from lipstick to kitchen utensils to your followers.
I had my first mammogram at 31 to create a baseline for comparison against the one I would have when I turned 40. Just last month I visited the doctor again and was told this time to return due to an “area of concern.” Note to self – don’t open letters from a hospital on Saturday morning.
At 40 years old, Kate Moss still is the world’s reigning queen of style for me. Forget pubescent girls, of-the-moment amateurs, and so-called street style stars…What exactly does that term mean, anyway? Getting dressed up just to roam the streets during Fashion Week with no purpose other than the hope of getting your photo snapped?!
I am creature of habit when it comes to fragrance. Partly because I want people to know who’s there when I creep up behind them (no, but really), and partly so that my boy will think of me when he smells my perfume. Florals are my favorite – especially white flowers like gardenia – which is why the new Cartier La Panthere eau de parfum seems made for me.