Archive for March 26th, 2009

Top 10 Fall 2009 Must Haves

Top 10 Fall 2009 Must Haves

Wardrobe staples are just that – staples. It means, regardless of the trends, they should be a part of your wardrobe. But any fashionista knows you just got to have the season’s must-haves. Now that fall 2009 Fashion Week is over, and fall trends have been named, Style.com lists down your must-have items for fall. Something fauxBe it faux leather, faux fur or faux reptile, something faux is a must-have for fall. Style.com names the crocodile-effect leggings at Rouland Mouret and fur-print silks…

Bottega Veneta Fall 2009 Handbag Collection

Bottega Veneta Fall 2009 Handbag Collection

Bottega Veneta’s Fall 2009 RTW fashion show was all about glamour. With long, flow-y, goddess gowns and dresses, the collection was like watching the Oscars red carpet. Of course, what’s the perfect dress without the perfect purse? The fashion house’s 2009 handbag collection was just as glamorous. Tomas Maier opted for classic and sophisticated pieces instead of going for hip and trendy. The boxy tote bags were made of either leather or exotic materials. Some featured intricate spiral details ar…

Christian Dior fall Fall 2009 Handbag Collection

Christian Dior fall Fall 2009 Handbag Collection

For Christian Dior’s fall 2009 collection, designer John Galliano looked to the Orient for inspiration while remaining true to the house’s Parisian roots. Standard suits, hobble skirts, paisley-print dresses, harems, embroidered chiffon cocktails and evening dresses littered Dior’s runway. The collection had a classic yet worldly feel to it. The Asian influence also made its way into the handbags, with colorful silk wristlets displaying Indian and Chinese-inspired embroidery. The rest of the bag…

Hair Care Products: Splurge or Save?

Hair Care Products: Splurge or Save?

Uncertain times have come between you and your hairstylist, your hundred-dollar haircuts and treatments, not to mention your costly hair care products. Never fear. You’ll come out of this economic slump with your tresses looking good enough for a shampoo commercial. Style.com suggests, if you can’t go to your stylist, let your stylist come to you – in the form of hair care products that is. Here are Style.com’s recommended products from your favorite stylists. Splurge: Fekkai One Process Hair C…