DKNY’s Fall collection, named “Juxta-Posed” by Donna, was chock full of wearable looks with definite edge – for the rock and roll New Yorker. Bulky coats (truly an essential for NYC natives who have to brave these cold and windy streets) and quilted bombers dominated.
Keeping my jewelry organized is like a part-time job. I have pieces on my dresser, others on my vanity, some in a display case, and even more sprinkled around the house (I can’t type with large rings on, so I have a collection of them hanging around my desk). This punk rock Eddie Borgo jewelry … Continue reading “Eddie Borgo Stingray-Effect Jewelry Box: Organized Chaos”
I wore a perforated leather bow tie on a chain to the Luisaviaroma Black and White Party, but it doesn’t have to be formal, not in the least. I can’t wait to wear it with a tee shirt and skirt! Whether you’re wrapping your hair up in satin ribbons or cinching your skirt together, bows … Continue reading “Trending on Bows: Take a Bow”
Get stacking with these crazy, clobbering cuffs. I love wearing one gigantic bracelet and pairing it with smaller jewels, and if I’m not in the mood for that, one of these statement cuffs can more than do the job on it’s own. It’s best to have a distinguishing piece to start with, and then build … Continue reading “Top 5 Clobbering Cuffs: Cuff Linking”
Kerry Washington pulled off an edgy leather LBD recently on BET’s 106 & Park, pairing it with nude Christian Louboutin pumps for a perfect finish. This A.L.C. Cortney leather dress is fully-lined so you won’t feel like you’re stuck to the seat of a car all night and has a back-zip closure to make sure you’re in … Continue reading “Kerry Washington Rocks Leather LBD on BET”
We all have a few go-to jewels that we know match everything – they probably include some sort of mix of diamonds, a watch, and a ring. But when you have the time, it’s much more fun to make up daring combinations! Chunky stones and leather are great for creating a more casual (and Frugal … Continue reading “The Bold and the Bejeweled: Shake, Rattle, and Roll”