Monday, December 29, 2008
True style begets all trend. The MFIL vivant is a very stylish girl. She loves all things grand, yet feminine; original, yet beautiful; pretty with a touch of haute, diamonds in the rough, and believes that sometimes simple things can be the most fulfilling. She never hesitates to add a bit of the estate life to everyday affairs. She also prides herself in making the ordinary extraordinary!
My Flat in London is proudly sold in over 450 stores worldwide including Fred Segal and Stanley Korshak. In addition, the My Flat in London accessories can be found on HSN.
I adore all things pink so its no wonder I fell in love with this handbag, the Faux Fur Kelly ($395)! This handbag gives girly girl a whole new different meaning. It is sophisticated and posh with a price tag to prove it. I was stunned when I first received this handbag, because I've never come across a handbag so beautiful. Hardly any other top designers could compete with this brand. This handbag has beautiful, intricate details - from the giant twist kiss lock closure to the signature MFIL crown with pink leather bow underneath. This beaut is ideal for important evenings out. I had one lady to stop me at a store to ask me who was this handbag by. This hardly happens to me! I'm known to carry around a lot and was surprised about how spacious it is. I still had a lot more room after putting my essentials in.
If the pink isn't your color, this handbag is also available in faux leopard or faux french mink in brown.
The HMB Petite Wool Tote ($175) is another exquisite handbag from the My Flat in London line that I absolutely adore. I haven't had the chance to use this handbag, but I can hardly wait to get the chance. I love how it is cleverly designed with a grey felt bee with a crystal crown encrusted on top - no need for written words, it screams Queen Bee. Whether it is brunch or tea, this is the perfect handbag to provoke a conversation.
My Flat in London has a plethora of accessories to help you maintain your lavish lifestyle. Each handbag comes with a beautiful silk dust / sleeper bag to protect your handbag.
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Kosher Clothing offers a vast collection of modest, yet stylish clothing that will not make you break the bank. They also donate $1 from every order to the charitable organization of your choice.
Kosher Clothing was established in 2008 by Rita Bailey of Brooklyn, New York. Rita founded the company with the purpose of catering to women who make a conscious decision to dress modestly yet stylishly, but still want a certain touch of flare.
Twirl by Necessary Objects Dress
Sparkle by Ren'ee C Pencil Skirt
Ruffle by Necessary Objects $28
Bow Tie Skirt $62
Open Collar Tweed Sweater by Tulle
Sunday, December 14, 2008
Founded in 2004, The Mod Bod is a leading designer and manufacturer of high quality modest apparel and accessories. Based in Pleasant Grove, Utah, The Mod Bod is a direct marketing company that is a leader in the industry in style and quality.
A recent survey by The Mod Bod showed that most women prefer Mod Bod clothing over other brands. They take pride that they make some of the highest quality clothing in their industry and that their clothing is manufactured in the United States.
Review: I received the Tulip Skirt in brown ($32.95). I usually like to wear black, but I thought I'd go for brown for a change and I must say that I don't regret my choice! I was in awe of the quality of the product when I first received this skirt. Not only the quality of fabric is great, but this skirt is very comfortable! It also fits perfectly - not too loose or snug. I'm the type that likes to dress up a lot. So I like the fact that I can still be dress up with this skirt and still be comfortable at the same time. It is casual, yet classy. You can also order this skirt in black if the brown is not your ideal color.
Saturday, December 13, 2008
HP Vivienne Tam “digital clutch” is now available for order at http://www.hpdirect.com/minivt!
Bursting with the same fabulous florals found in Vivienne Tam's Spring 2009 collection, this special edition notebook seeks to satisfy the highly mobile, Internet-centric fashionista. It features a 10.2-inch diagonal BrightView display, fashionable wallpaper, 8-color finish and custom slip cover. You’ll stay on top of what's "right now" with e-mail and Internet access on the go. The Vivienne Tam edition is priced at $699.
Sunday, December 07, 2008
Courtesy of People
As Fergie gets set to release her two-part shoe line, Fergie/Fergalicious, in February 2009, the singer headed to New York to meet with Brown Shoes’ designers to talk footwear. But what’s the scoop on the collection for all of us who can’t wait til February to see it? “I wanted to express my style sensibilities through the shoe designs, and create looks that fashionable women will love to wear,” Fergie tells PEOPLE. “Both collections have their own subtle iconic ornamentation and details representing symbols that are important to me, and recognized by my fans.” Fergie is also making sure her lines are affordable to all her fans. The first, “Fergie”, line retails between $89-$129 and the second, “Fergalicious”, line retails between $49-$59. We can’t wait to see what Fergie has in store for us.
Thursday, December 04, 2008
Courtesy of People
For weeks, rumors have been swirling that Madonna would be gracing Louis Vuitton’s new ad campaign. The French fashion house has remained mum — until now. Her Madgesty will indeed appear in the Spring/Summer ‘09 ad campaign that will hit magazines in February 2009. The star is shot by legendary photographer Steven Meisel (who infamously collaborated with Madonna on her intimate book) in a sultry French cafe setting. When it came to choosing the new face, designer Marc Jacobs wouldn’t have it any other way. “I wanted the campaign to be very bold, very sensual and very atmospheric. To carry off all these references and all its sophistication, we needed the ultimate performer — and for me, that is Madonna,” says Jacobs. We couldn’t agree more.
Monday, December 01, 2008
Courtesy of People
Joining the likes of star-favorite designers like Lela Rose, Stacey Bendet for Alice + Olivia, Patricia Fields and more, the Project Runway winner will lend his skills to a line for Payless, Christian Siriano for Payless. Siriano has inked a multi-season deal with the affordable retailer to produce his first stand-alone line of shoes and handbags. “I’m so excited to design and create with such an amazing brand that is all about fashion and trend but, most importantly, is also about affordability,” said Christian in a press statement. “I can’t wait to see how [Payless] will take the high-end shoes and bags I’m designing for the runway and turn them into pieces that everyone can buy. I’m all about the runway and the sidewalks!” Christian’s Payless collection will be unveiled at his runway show at New York Fashion Week next February and then exclusively available in Payless stores and Payless.com in fall ‘09 with price points expected to be in the $25 - $45 range.