Okay, I have to admit it, I'm obsessed with Jill Kelley's closet
And the sad thing is there is a chance I'll never learn the designers behind Jill Kelley's phenomenal dresses because fashion designers don't want to be connected to this scandal at all.
"They will never admit it," said my friend Sean General, a New York fashion insider who has branded designer labels including Shamask, David Rodriguez and Nima. "They just don't want their names connected with this kind of scandal.
Monica Botkier of the Botkier bag is at Delaware boutique, Peter Kate this afternoon for a trunk show.
Botkier is one of the many featured designers at Peter Kate's "girls night out" event. She will sign bags for ladies looking for early holiday treats. The store also carries Nicole Miller, Diane von Furstenberg, Tory Burch and Kate Spade. But Botkier will be the only designer at the party.
And in why won't he go just go away news, Chris Brown signed a contract with Wilhelmina Model's Artist management division.
It's a shame, because I used to like C-Breezy. But he's so rude, so angry and so unnecessarily tattooed that I don't think he'd be a great spokesperson for the happier things in life: fragrances, fine wine, great fitting jeans. Nope, it's just not working for me.
Another SMH fashion moment.
Say what you want about Jill Kelley, but home girl is really working this canary yellow sheath complete with little keyhole and skinny belt. She expertly paired the look with nude pumps.
Not only are Sasha Obama's hot pink on pink Nike Dunks incredibly cute - you have to love the fact she's rocking them as she's about to board Air Force One leaving Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
Air Force One sneakers are like the grandparents to Nike Dunk. What other kid could say they wear Air Force Ones on Air Force One? Cool.
The high tops appear to be the hot pink on light pink colorway and cost about $110.
The fashion zeitgeist may be pointing in the direction of pantsuits, but singer Taylor Swift is still all about the dress.
The country western pop star talks about fashion in the December/January issue of Harper's Bazaar on newsstands November 27.
On wearing dresses: “I’m in a predicament where I can’t wear a dress twice or else it’s pointed out in magazines,” she says. “So unfortunately I have to shop for dresses all the time.”
“There’s just something so feminine about a dress,” she says.
Okay, I'm with her.
Here is where the logic stops working: “Whether it’s a summertime dress that makes me feel care free, an evening cocktail dress that makes me feel fancy or a vintage dress that makes me feel like a ’50s housewife — which I enjoy feeling like, for some reason — I just really like dresses.”
Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Columnist
Wondering what the "it" bag will be in spring 2013?
This past weekend fashion insiders started predicting Karl Lagerfeld's Lego-style clutch will be, well, ... it.
The bag debuted during Chanel's spring runway show. It comes comes in pink, green, yellow and pink and a clear black and white version.
The plagued pop-star stripped down to her undies after Wednesday night's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show - and tweeted the pics.
Photo courtesy of Rihanna's Twitter
The world's most iconic women's fragrance kicked off its latest advertising campaign last month with a 31-second commercial featuring a gray templed Pitt mumbling nonsense. This just in time for the holidays campaign marks the first time a woman's fragrance makes a man the focal point. Pitt may be a little goofy, but his vote of confidence is news we can use.
I started thinking about all the Hollywood hotties I know who could sell women's fragrances.
Early Wednesday morning, Michelle Obama joyfully joined President Barack Obama wearing a shiny wine recycled Michael Kors silk chine sheath. The First Lady paired the dress with a black bolero - Is it possible the shrunken sweater look is becoming FLOTUS' new signature - and a modest heel. As usual, Michelle Obama was flawless and perfectly stylishly appropriate - even if her dres was recycled.
But it was the first couple's daughters - Sasha and Malia - who really stole the fashion show.
The girls, clearly influenced by their mother's sense of style, were dressed in full a-line skirts and cardigans. Malia wore an electric blue a-line skirt and pink studded belt, a black cardigan and blue flats. Sasha jazzed up her look and also wore a Michelle Obamaesque mint green a-line and green and black color-blocked flats. The floppy gray bow on her blouse was adorable and the shrunken sweater thrust her into Mommy Obama mini-me territory. Can the Obama girls rock a separate, or what?