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Catwalk Corner

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By D-Lee · November 9, 2009

My fashion corner - Your fashion corner.

NOW SEE BODY SHOPPE ON BELLASUGAR!

 

Street Style!

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By D-Lee · November 22, 2009

NYC Street Style!

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By D-Lee · November 22, 2009

Holiday Dresses

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By D-Lee · November 19, 2009

New Holiday Season

 

Get a new dress!

Filed in: Fashion
Tagged with: Fab Sugar, fashion stylist

Sleep Masks and Eye Pillows!

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By D-Lee · November 17, 2009

The Holidays are almost here! 

Give something very unique and fun for the ladies on your gift list!

(Mom, daughter, sister, best friend)

I found these Calcutta* Eye Pillows.  They are beautiful,

silk, fragranced with lavendar and rosemary for relaxation.

There are also cutsy eye pillows for children or the *young at heart*

or give a beauty of a black satin eye mask!

 

Today's Street Chic Pic!

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By D-Lee · November 15, 2009

Filed in: street chic, Fashion
Tagged with: Fab Sugar, Street Chic, Fashion

Akris for Fall/Winter!

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By D-Lee · November 15, 2009

Garters by VS!

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By D-Lee · November 15, 2009

If you don't want to spend a fortune on a pretty garter teddy set - VS has come a long way!  Because of their low prices, their clothing looked , well, cheap.  But they have some beauties now and well made. 

 

Ranging in prices from $38-$68 - not bad!

QUIZ: Coco Chanel

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By D-Lee · November 14, 2009

The Woman is gone -The Fashion lives on!

Alexis Bittar Bracelets!

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By D-Lee · November 14, 2009

 

Bittar’s work scene is surprisingly little-changed today. Although production takes place in a spacious Dumbo atelier instead of a tiny apartment, chips of Lucite still litter the floor of a room where giant blocks are whittled down by hand into chunky cuffs, teardrop earrings and knuckle-engulfing rings. The staff has swelled to 160, but Bittar still personally hand carves the prototype of each new piece in his collections. All of the designs’ luminous, jewel-like colors and intricate patterns are hand painted, and embellishments like studs or crystals are manually applied. While most people who purchase Bittar’s jewelry are unaware of this labor-intensive process, they appreciate the pieces as wearable works of art. And this suits Bittar just fine. “Fortunately, my business has enough of a balance between art and business, so I get satisfaction from both angles. If it was just about making money, I don’t think I would have felt the drive to go on.”