Not sure about you, but the first thing we think of when contemplating our holiday shopping is rubbing some luxury cashmere with raw seafood. At least Nobuyoshi Araki sees eye to eye with us. Check out some of the photographer’s work for Barneys‘ holiday campaign in all its foodie goodness, after the jump! [High Snobette] Keep reading »
Turns out when you’re the daughter of French Vogue‘s editor-in-chief—like Julia Restoin Roitfeld is—you get to do all kinds of cool stuff like star in your own Lancome ad. We’re actually loving the dramatic purple eyeshadow and matching nails! [The Cut] Keep reading »
We love this woven palm bracelet from Free People. The tribal pattern is totally on point and, since they’re handmade, each cuff varies in design. This statement bracelet will liven up the dreariest of outfits and can be paired with other patterned pieces to create a look with depth. Fantastic find!
Let’s just say that if I had $425 to spend all willy-nilly I wouldn’t spend it on this Isabel Marant Gulu Top, or any blouse for that matter. I’d spend it on shoes because that’s my fetish. I don’t think this blouse is totally heinous, though. I just think that price for a silk-blend top is ridiculous, especially since it looks like something I could find at Forever 21, Charlotte Russe, or Bebe. [$425, Net-A-Porter.com] Keep reading »
You know that scene in “Jaws” where the three guys get drunk below deck and start comparing scars, trying to one up each other, until Quint totally wins with his chilling account of watching all his friends get eaten by sharks during the sinking of the USS Indianapolis? Get a group of women talking about haircut horror stories, and it is usually a very similar scene. The mood gets very serious and competitive. Someone almost always dramatically lifts the hair above her ear to reveal a burn mark, whispering “curling iron, 1987,” and then one person finally unleashes her story of a haircut so epically bad, so emotionally traumatic, that the group can only shake their heads in reverent silence …
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