Louboutin and the Little Red (Litigious) Shoes
This WSJ article reminds of my former dream to go to law school. But, I made the right choice. Law school and I were not meant to be. Would love, though, to hear thoughts on this topic from others. Please share! The Wall Street Journal - Jeannie Suk January 21, 2012 CAN you trademark the color red? This week a federal appellate court will hear arguments in a case involving this very...
Fashion Review: The 2012 Golden Globes Awards
Just doing a simple listing of my favorites and least liked outfits from this year’s Golden Globe Awards. Favorites 1. Salma Hayek in Gucci - Flawless art deco dress. Perfect and modern Hollywood glam. Muy Bonita! 2. Emma Stone in Lanvin - Unfortunately could not find a picture of the back of this dress, which was GORGEOUS. 3. Nicole Kidman in Versace - This is the best Nicole...
No Such Thing As "Nazi Chic"
I found this article on the popularity of “Fuhrer Fashion” in Thailand quite disturbing. Curious to hear other’s thoughts. Fuhrer as fashion statement The Jerusalem Report - Tibor Krausz January 10, 2012 The toothbrush mustache, the smug scowl, the arm raised in salute – they instantly give him away. Otherwise, though, it’s Hitler as you’ve never seen him. Plastered on...
Everything You Need To Know About Mitt Romney’s... →
From Stylelite: “Let’s get one thing straight: Even if Mitt Romney hadn’t won the Iowa caucus and even if he wasn’t leading the polls in the ultra important South Carolina primary, his hair is so good that it could probably run for the presidency on its own viability and public presence. And why is Romney’s coiffure so commended? Because it’s just good: solid, well-kept, clean and,...