The pieces had a sort of mesmerizing power that drew everyone watching into the center of them. A complex exterior wanting to be unraveled perhaps. Somewhat of a romantic notion.
An easy solution to a scary Halloween: Colored contacts, defining & contouring facial features, and a quick sexy over the eye hand-drawn art. And of course a pair of fabulous Shu lashes!
We are gonna start looking at some drool worthy gift ideas for the upcoming holiday season. The first of this series features a book commemorating NARS Cosmetics' 15th anniversary with. This image rich book will spotlight icons wearing of course NARS' classic products. The lineup includes Marc Jacobs, Naomi Campbell, Amanda Lepore, Daphne Guinness, Natasha Poly, Olivier Theyskens, Isabella Rossellini, and Shalom Harlow. The worst part is that we'll have to elbow each other for a copy in the bookstore. The book will only be available for ONE month only and you can see the counting down to the release date at http://www.15x15project.com/ .
OH NO, HURRY!
It is currently fashionable to look back to the 'good ole days'. The 80s to be exact.
In line with that thinking, The Body Shop has relaunched for a limited time only a few or their popular products from that time. The new versions are now more responsible in that they are made with fair trade ingredients and the containers are made with 100% recycled materials. Plus they almost match their prices in 80s!
The range on offer now:
Word is that there's a chance some of these products may stay for good if they get enough votes from the public. So vote for yours (and mine) please!
Vote for yours or request relaunches on http://www.thebodyshop.com/_en/_ww/beauty-lounge/originals/originals.aspx
I recently worked with a garment at a photoshoot that resembled a softly decaying blossom. The edges, like those seen at the Prada show, were unfinished and tattered. That piece was so delicate so much that at every 10 camera clicks the garment transformed itself right before us. Perhaps it is a reference to the unstable nature of beauty. Or maybe we simply get bored with wearing something that looks the same all the time. But which ever way we would like to interpret it, I think I love the way things are going for Spring of 2010. Stagnation has been driven out of town!