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  • Fashion + Style

    Cheap vs. Chic: The Shoulder Bag by Belstaff

    According to ever hip folks at Fashion Week Daily the bag from the British Leisure company Belstaff (think Banana Republic circa 1988), is the new “it” bag. Seen on the silver screen in the movie Interpreter by the dean of Fashionistas, Nicole Kidman, this overpriced canvas and leather bag is available at Barneys and Berdorf. [...] Read More

    April 8, 2005 by Catherine

  • Advice

    Fashion Expert Tip: How to Start Your Own Trends

    source Start your own trends and remain way ahead of the curve. Use the cues that trend forecasters like David Wolfe use—observe the cultural, economic, and social factors affecting society. For example, popularity of California based shows (mini-skirts and Ugg boots) and recent nasty weather in the east coast (Rubber boots and fur coats). [...] Read More

    April 5, 2005 by Catherine

  • Reviews

    B2up’s Bust-Up Gum

    Apparently there is a new chewing gum from a company named B2Up that is suppose to increase your bust size by up to 80%. As a former scientist, this sounds a little shaky, but I encourage you to check it out for yourself by reading this article on the BBC. Now if they could only [...] Read More

    April 4, 2005 by Catherine

  • The Best Coupons + Deals

    Melrose Place is Back: Hot New Shopping Spots on Melrose Avenue

    Credit: Flickr Creative Commons According to the trend forecasting newsletter Trend Central, Melrose Place is back—not as a TV show but as the new hot spot for designer fashions in L.A. [...] Read More

    April 1, 2005 by Catherine

  • The Best Coupons + Deals

    Kohl’s—The Alternative to Target

    Somewhere between fashion-forward Target and fashion-confused K-Mart lies Kohl’s Department store. Growing up in the midwest, I remember Kohl’s mostly as a grocery store and then later as the department store where I begged my mother to purchase me a Miss Piggy Muppet Doll.  Recently Kohl’s has started to emerge as a fashion force for [...] Read More

    March 29, 2005 by Catherine