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Season’s Savings! 14K Sol Trio Rings From Jeweler On The Roof

For those ladies out there who are obsessed with the Cartier Trinity Rings as much as we are, but aren’t able to break the bank on the metallic threesome, check out the 14K Sol Trio from Jeweler On The Roof. What’s more chic than an all-gold color contrast and bangle-style bands? [$230, Jeweler On The Roof]

Jeweler On The Roof is offering Frisky readers 10 PERCENT OFF their whole purchase, from today, Nov. 13, to Thursday, Dec. 31. Simply click here, and you must enter coupon code FriskyDeal at checkout to receive the discount in the form of a credit after purchase. Check back daily for more Season’s Savings discounts!
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Win This! Henry Road Table Cloth And Napkins

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and it doesn’t matter whether your mashed potatoes are Michelin Star-worthy or if you’re serving Stouffer’s vegetable lasagna. What’s most important is spending time with your loved ones — and making sure the dining room table looks good. Set the stage with Henry Road’s beautiful printed cotton table cloths and napkins and your Thanksgiving spread will look as though it belongs in the pages of a magazine, even if dinner came from the grocery’s frozen foods aisle. [$20 for 4 napkins, Henry Road]

WIN THIS! We’re giving away a Henry Road Rio Samba Crimson/Pink table cloth and Grid Crimson napkin set, but you have to work if you want to win. The best commenter for this coming week — from today, Friday, Nov. 13 through Thursday, Nov. 19 — will be awarded with one. So, be as clever, smart, and original as you can! Click HERE to read the official rules. Keep reading »

Leo Spends $1,400 On Wrinkle Creams

This week Leonardo DiCaprio got “busted” laying down some serious coinage for a variety of skincare products, including eye creams, toner, face masks and anti-wrinkle potions, at the Blue Mercury boutique in Los Angeles. While his reps insisted that he bought them for a lady friend (Lindsay Lohan mayhaps?), what dude buys wrinkle creams for his girlfriend? And a fellow shopper claimed he was asking the salespeople an awful lot of questions about how the formulas worked. We’re not surprised–it’s not like guys are immune to the pressure to look young in Hollywood–and, like so many of us, Leo continues to grow older. Sigh. But, considering most dermatologists think the majority of cosmetic anti-wrinkle creams are total B.S., we think he could’ve saved himself and his fine lines a lot of money. I mean, has anyone here found a wrinkle cream that actually works? What’s the most you’ve ever spent on a mad beauty-product shopping spree? [Examiner] Keep reading »

Design Porn: Look Inside YSL’s Country Estate!

Yes, that’s a shot of the late Yves Saint Laurent‘s former “country home.” But really, would you expect anything less from one of the most luxe fashion designers of all time? The mansion in Deauville, France, is dripping with extravagance, and now you can get a look inside and even own a piece of it — Christie’s is auctioning off the wares inside. Granted, you have to be pretty wealthy to take part (sigh, as always).

But the eclectic collection of furniture and decorative accents makes for entertaining viewing pleasure. Feast your eyes on an elk chandelier, Grecian urns, and tons of Rococo furniture. Our favorite item, however, has to be a collection of porcelain bulldogs. So random! (Yet weirdly chic as well.) Some more pics after the jump! [Paris By Appointment Only] Keep reading »

Watch Out For Cutting-Edge Rings!

Over at Kingdom of Style, Queen Michelle points to the amazing jewelry designs of Renee Andriole. From the I Dare You collection, the piece you see here is a long blade knife ring made of sterling silver and brass bolts. “This ring alludes to the beauty within the danger,” Andriole notes. One best be careful when armed with this wearable art. Or, you could opt for the slightly safer smaller blade. [Kingdom of Style] Keep reading »

WTF Are You Wearing There, K-Stew?

We don’t mean to sound harsh here, but it’s probably wise for Kristen Stewart to buckle down and get a stylist, or at least replace the one she’s presently working with, if she has one. She’s been looking a bit off at “New Moon” events all week, but when it comes to this getup, we can remain silent no more. Look closely at this very odd dress and notice the ill fit, unflattering silhouette and see-through panels that reveal her panty line and side boobs. What in the hell is going on here? Yes, the sheer trend is, like, a thing now, but it’s definitely one of those proceed-with-caution trends. We’re not even sure The Fashion Peacekeepers could find anything positive to say about this frock. It’s just puzzling. Keep reading »

“Candy” Is The First Transsexual Fashion Magazine

The fashion industry may have a long-standing tendency to exclude certain groups and cultures, but more and more we’re seeing this change as people begin challenging the status quo. Now the transsexual community is getting a voice with a new style publication. Billed as “the first transversal fashion magazine,” Candy has just debuted its premiere issue in a limited-edition circulation of only 1,000 copies. The indie publication doesn’t reveal too much through its main online information source, a Facebook fan page, but its official statement explains that the mag is “completely dedicated to celebrating transvestism, transexuality, cross dressing and androgyny, in all its manifestations … CANDY is a magazine for everybody. A space for individual freedom, and a publication that pushes people to take on the persona of what they always wanted to be.”

Check out the amazing behind-the-scenes video of the cover shoot of some seriously made-up drag queens, after the jump! Now we’re dying to know more. Where can we get our hands on a copy? [Candy's Facebook Page] Keep reading »

Catherine’s Style Diary: Friday

What I’m Wearing Today:

  • Yumi Kim Top
  • Uniqlo Jumper
  • Chinese Laundry Shoes

This jumper is one of my favorite things to wear, but since it’s made from velvet, it stays in my closet for most of the year (in my opinion, velvet should only be worn from November through February at the latest). I wish Uniqlo would make one out of denim; then I could wear it year round. Keep reading »

Is This Half Snuggie Genius Or Fugs?

Designer Eryn Brinie is a fave of Rachel Zoe, Cameron Diaz and Jessica Alba—she’s got this vaguely Euro style going on with her clothes and focuses on basics. Well, I’m not sure if this is one basic or a combo of basics, but Eryn’s sleeve muffler scarf, with its multifunction personality, can be worn as a scarf, shawl or cardigan. It sort of looks like the travel-sized version of the Snuggie, but in a good way. I’m always finding that my arms are the body part that let me down; they get quite a bit colder than the rest of my body (must be that whole core versus extremity thing). But things change once I get inside whichever overheated place I’m headed. At that point, I don’t need the extra arm coverage anymore and I just want a scarf—which is my security blanket in the winter; I wear one every single day. (I don’t care if the pashmina is uncool. I still have a giant collection of them I use as scarves!) But, perhaps, my pashminas have seen their last days? This multi-use scarf/cardi solves all temperature problems. Is it fugly? I can’t tell. Would you wear it? I should say it costs a C-note, so it ain’t cheap. [Eryn Brinie] Keep reading »

When Was Your Last Massage?

In one of those US Weekly, she’s just like us moments, the paparazzi caught Sienna Miller in a NYC nail salon getting one of those ten dollars for ten minutes back massages. (There she is getting her rub down…) Now, honestly, when was the last time you ponied up for a massage. For me, I’m looking at a lonnngggg time ago, just over a year—and yep, it was one of those nail salon versions. And the last time I had a real massage, the kind where you get all naked and lie on the over-cushioned massage table was on a vacay about two years ago. But some people are just massage people—they would rather spend their money on an hour of peaceful rubdown than a new pair of shoes, say. (Hey, to each her own, I don’t judge! You get rid of that stress any which way you want, dolls.) So, tell me, wen was your last massage? Are you addicted to the nail salon rubdown, the real deal version or just make your boyfriend/husband work the knots out? Keep reading »

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