Archive for April 2011

San Blas starfish clutch - made out of Swarovski crystals! Read the rest of this entry »
Anna Dello Russo arriva a Toronto! Read the rest of this entry »
Orchard Road, Singapore. Read the rest of this entry »
My outfit inspired by vintage Wayfarers. Read the rest of this entry »
A look at fashion forward eyewear brand, Mykita. Read the rest of this entry »

Maybe it’s the Merchant of Venice impulse that informs all of my handbag purchases – if I’m dropping some Gs on a purse it best be big enough to hold it’s price in paper rolls of loonies. At least, that’s one of the many justifications I insisted on telling myself that afternoon in Rome, in the Gucci store, when I kindly purchased the Jackie bag -which, I never wear because like a museum piece, or a fine bottle of wine, infinite possession and pristine conservation always seem to trump instant consumption.

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This summer, my sister, my Parisian cousin and myself will be spending a few weeks together travelling France and Italy. I am beyond excited. Every time I get to set foot on European soil it’s like getting a fashion makeover, almost instantly. Well, maybe after a few days in which I throw out all my clothes, spend hours sitting in cafes taking mental style notes as I watch gorgeous, stylish women just BE, and then of course, the full day of shopping to appropriate my own version of a european summer style. It’s inevitable. Really, I’d be better off arriving with an empty suitcase and a VISA card (preferably not one with a balance on it such as my own). And even though I know once I arrive I’m going to cry bitter tears of complete fashion failure it will be fun to share the various “economical” preparations leading up to the trip. (Including purchasing a fresh pair of lilac LITA’s by Jeffrey Campbell).

OR by Angela Chen and luscious knits. Read the rest of this entry »
My review of ATTITUDE by Jay Manuel featured in FILLER MAGAZINE Read the rest of this entry »
Venerdi Vogue - a weekly post about fashion's hits and misses. READERS VOTE! Read the rest of this entry »