We have been walking all over Brooklyn these days, and there they are, the blue lips of the season, EVERYWHERE! We love TheGloss.com‘s feature on the topic, and think they covered how to do it in up, in a classy blue way. Are you bold enough to try it? Let us know!
Marchesa’s 2015 Resort collection is a grouping of lacy, floral, and colorful confections that look good enough to eat. But don’t eat them, dream of wearing them. Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig have outdone themselves this season, and we expect that many a starlet, model, and socialite will be singing their praises and looking delicious in Marchesa.
Gala is a self love guru, and a beautiful person, inside and out. Her Self Love Instagram Challenge for July is inspiring and fun. We’re going to try it!
It was 2005, Project Runway Season 2, Episode 3, and Nick Verreos won the My Scene Barbie Challenge with the above number. The doll was reproduced in a limited edition, and sold out quickly. You can still find the dolls on Ebay for a pretty penny. ( http://bit.ly/1yS5rT0 )
We love Nick Verreos, and we love Oscar Lopez. What we love even more is that the first winner of Lifetime’s “Under The Gunn” and his mentor from the show are part of a beautiful spread in the July issue of Marie Claire. Click the photo for a link to Nick’s blog, and get your copy of Marie Claire now!
It looks as though Maria Kanellis is auctioning off her Chris March designed outfit from Project Runway. It was worn in the ring during her time on WWE Divas, and on Project Runway as part of the WWE challenge. We were intrigued by so many things about this, we had to comment. Firstly, you can SELL the garments you get on Project Runway? Also, we can OWN a Chris March costume for the bargain price of $325? PR designers, we have a list of garments you can put up on Ebay for the taking…Oscar Lopez, we’re talking to YOU!
“When it comes to fashion, plus size isn’t something that is on display that often, especially in fashion shows. On the catwalk, models are usually a size two, which leaves the majority of consumers wondering where they fit in the industry. Project Runway mentor Tim Gunn, 60, wants to change that.” (Click photo for full article from Parade.condenast.com)