“Rua das Pedras” de H. Stern

 

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Rua das Pedras Street in Buzios, Brazil, has inspired designers of H. Stern to create a colorful collection made in colorful precious stones and diamond details. Rings, earrings, and bracelets were designed ​​in two versions: colorless crystal or colored stones mixed in gradient colors (amethyst, rose quartz, smoky quartz and pink tourmaline). The stones are irregularly shaped, such as the street’s paving.

La Calle de las Piedras en Búzios, Brasil, ha sido la inspiración para los diseñadores de H. Stern para crear una colección hecha en piedras coloridas y detalles de diamantes. Anillos, aretes y brazaletes realizados en dos versiones: cristal incoloro o piedras coloridas mezcladas en degradé de colores (amatistas, cuarzos rosas, cuarzos ahumados y turmalinas rosa). Las piedras tienen formas irregulares, como adoquines de la calle inspiradora. 

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Spotlight on – Revlon & Marchesa

 

 

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The binomial fashion “designer-beauty brand” is a smart strategy for haute couture to reach a much broader market. Well, now Marchesa designs were literally put at the reach of your fingertips by Revlon.

 

 

 

El binomio diseñador-marca de belleza es una inteligente estrategia de llevar a un mercado mucho más amplio los lujos de la alta costura. Revlon puso literalmente la majestuosidad de los vestidos de alta costura de Marchesa al alcance de tus manos.

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Nothing’s better for a writter than being published!

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¡Me siento súper contenta y emocionada de anunciar que mis publicaciones (en medios impresos) se han expandido de medios locales y estatales, a nuestra ciudad capital, el D.F.! Fui invitada a colaborar para Revista Mujer D.F. por mi buen amigo, el exitoso Ben Bass, con un artículo acerca de terapia de reflexología, con la presencia de las glamourosas Ximena de Icaza y Chantal Torres. El artículo aparece en la edición de agosto de Revista Mujer D.F. y está siendo distribuido en la ciudad con mayor población del mundo. ¡Yay! 

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Flowers, flowers, flowers everywhere!

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but florals are everywhere. Everywhere! They are adorable and super feminine, but the 2012 take is a little bit more edgy, a little less “this looks like something your grandma would wear.”

Although they are pretty easy to wear, here are some Dos and Dont’s, from MY fashion bible, Glamour Magazine (check out their July issue with Julianne Hough on the cover):

1. Do tailor your outfits. They should fit you perfectly, or else you could look frumpy.

2. Keep it simple. They mark some celebrity (I can’t tell who she is) with a huge DON’T because she paired her cute floral dress with cowboy boots. Yikes! Pumps or flats in one hue work better.

3. Mini florals are especially tricky. You don’t want to look childish or frumpy, so pair with something sexy AND, one more time, make sure it fits you.

4. Don’t do florals all over. Mix with a minimalist items or simple patterns.

5. And if you’re doing big florals, be careful! In their words: “Don’t do a big print on a big dress. Big Mistake.”

Wise girls! 😉

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Video: Kristen Stewart in Vanity Fair

One of my favorite fashion photographers… so breathtaking! I even liked Kristen in this interview!

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With her new movie “Snow White and the Huntsman” released on June 1, Kristen Stewartgained to be the cover of Vanity Fair for the July 2012. The 21-year-old actress, looked charming for Mario Testinophoto shoot while talking about everything from being criticized for her fashion sense to her problems with the fan phenomenon. She also hang out with Karl Lagerfeld around Paris, where she get to know it better she said.

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100 Legendary Trunks: Louis Vuitton’s new iPad Application

For those who own a cute little iPad (we had one, but my boyfriend accidentaly left it on a Southwest plane… grrrrr) and love Louis Vuitton luggage (who doesn’t), the french house of design just created a new app. 100 Legendary Trunks lets you go into the world of those beautiful trunks, their history, and many more interesting tidbits of historic information. So, again, for those who are able to download this app, download it and enjoy being enlightened in fashion history. Here’s a little video that shows what this app can do.

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(Photo credit: Wikipedia)