This socially responsible Japanese company is all over Asia and has now opened three locations in NYC. Uniqlo provides casual clothes for all kinds of people and it shows. The casual wardrobe staples are well made and effortless with an amazing price point attached. Two of my favorites are below. The down jacket is made to be very slim fitting so it is perfect for those that like the puffer jacket look, but don’t like looking like a puffer fish. Check out the website www.uniqlo.com
So cute and so perfect for layering over a dress for a night out.
Only $128 at Express
It isn’t high fashion, but I have to say . . . It’s kind of cute.
PA Design sells die-cut post-its shaped like wristwatches, gummed so they can be joined at the wrist. A cute way to put notes where you’re sure to glance at them.
My find at Bergdorf Goodman. So classy and modern.
Bellini at Cipriani!
Wearing faux fur vest.
Some people just love fashion a bit too much. Secretly I hope I’m also a big hot mess when I’m this age.
Just got to New York and can’t wait to take some great pictures to share with all of you soon.
This Brooklyn born designer has his jewelry everywhere from Jason Wu’s runway show to the movie Sex and the City. You should definitely know this guy. Here are some of my favorite pieces available on his website alexisbittar.com
Swarovski Crystal Accented Lucite Raindrop Earrings, $275
Lucite Statement Cuff, Archive Collection, $295
Pave Accented Gunmetal Bow Necklace, $195
Swarovski Crystal Accented Lucite Bow Bangle, $375
One of my favorite actresses, Michelle Pfeiffer, knows how to look age appropriate yet fashion forward and stunning at 53yrs. She wore Alexander McQueen to the 18th annual ELLE Women In Hollywood Tribute.
Hal Rubensteins’ book chronicles all the dresses that celebrities have wore that have left a lasting expression on us and sometimes it is the dress itself that created the celebrity. With a forward by Alber Elbaz every fashionista should have this on their coffee table.
Available on October 25th. Pre-order on Amazon.com, $35