We’ve been waitin’ for the Cobra Starship’s single Good Girls Go Bad video just to see Gossip Girl Leighton Meester in action – not just acting, but singing (and styling!). Well, darlings, here it is.
Designer Katy Rodriguez has built quite the little cult following amongst loyal fans of her style, and we’d like to add ourselves to that list. Her SS09 collection has the same worldy attitude as many of her pieces, with a little nod to Frida Kahlo in the styling.
A mix of Euro tailoring with the look of Mexican folk attire made from fine Italian cottons, gorgeous laces, and printed silk just shows how well Katy draws from a mix of historical cultures. Plus, can we just mention those heels? Killer. We’d happily take any of these ensembles for the rest of the summer.
Sported perfectly by Jennifer Aniston during filming for her movie The Bounty Hunter, we are loving the simplicity of this Ferragamo bag. Its slouchy leather makes the structured look much more casual, and sinceâ€ we work as hard as we play around here, we’re happy to find a bag that can do both too. Especially in a hot summer white.
*photo via instyle
We know that sometimes you have a problem using your words. It’s not always easy to say what you mean. So, might we suggest a little help from the creative minds at Right On?
For when he just won’t commit.
For when she asks you for the 100th time “Are you mad at me?”
For the long distancers.
Of course, we’d like to see a version that says “Where WERE You?” for the late nights out with the boys. We’re sure that one’s on its way.
Annie Clark debuted herself under St. Vincent a few years ago, to great acclaim but little fame, but after her latest album, Actor, she’s sure to rise further to the top as her pure talent shines through. Our favorite little tune? The single Actor out of Work, of course…
After working in fashion for others, textile designer Fiona Paxton finally decided to develop a small line of her own to show off her amazing talent for pattern and detail. The line features intricately woven beading that takes a modern approach to a somewhat Native American style in neon brights and metallics.
The colored pieces remind us of designer Matthew Williamson whose style is on the rise this summer, and the draping metallics simply rock. Best of all, each piece is unique, so you know you’ll be making a serious statement in one of these.
The sugary nostalgia style combined with modern floor to ceiling mirrors and murals makes Sweetiepie Restaurant a serious dose of eye candy, and that’s before you even get to the menu. And, while the name makes it seem like all you’ll be served is desserts and fountain drinks, lunches and dinners are dished out daily.
The bartenders also serve up signature drinks like The Dirty Shirley, The Bees Knees, and (of course) The Sweetiepie – a concoction of Champagne, St. Germaine and Pomegranate – so kids of all ages can enjoy the bar.