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At the famed Chateau Marmont, our L.A. correspondent Sydney Sadick chatted recently...
2013 June 6
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On Tuesday night Milly's Michelle Smith hosted a Grace Outreach event at her store located on Madison and 73rd Street. (By the way, be sure to check out Milly in East Hampton!) The event celebrated Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinksi’s new book, Obsessed, and brought out Julie Macklowe, Zang Toi, Sharon Bush, and Gillian Miniter. In a nutshell, the compelling read tells the story of the power of friendships among women and focuses on living in the moment. While guests mixed and mingled, we sat down with pals Michelle and Mika and caught their summer plans and obsessions...
What are the essential colors for any girl’s summer wardrobe?
Michelle: I love coral; it looks good on anyone! Oh, and aqua!
What are your summer plans, ladies?
Michelle: I’ll be spending some time in the Hamptons, doing weekends here and there. I’m a working girl, after all!
Mika: I have an amazing trip with my daughter planned to London for July 4th weekend. Then we’re going to Sweden to visit my brother; he's the U.S. Ambassador there.
What are your summer musts?
Michelle: The beach. I have to go to the beach! Any beach!
Mika: I must wear a Milly sundress. I’m serious! Michelle and I have the same sentiment when it comes to clothes…fun, vintage-y, sexy, colorful, and playful. A little bit frivolous and always sexy.
2013 June 6
We've been waiting for this! One of the more amusing finds in our inbox today was this pitch to tell our dear readers about Boob Glue® and we take our job seriously so with the "holiday season" approaching...Get in on it! (It even works on side boob!)
"The highly anticipated Bosom Couture's Boob Glue is officially launched, and we can’t wait to get our hands (and breasts) on the hottest new go-to beauty product of 2013! Every women with breasts of all shapes and sizes should have this! It even works on side boob!! Would you like a sample for a possible feature? The release and images are below! Trust me you will LOVE this!--Redacted
New roll-on breast adhesive may be the “breast lift in a bottle” women of all fabulous shapes and sizes are looking for
The highly anticipated Bosom Boob Glue® is officially launched, and we can’t wait to get our hands (and breasts) on the hottest new go-to beauty product of 2013! Boost your bikini cleavage for poolside glamour, be Red Carpet ready for the paparazzi, the perfect accessory for the blushing bride...and an absolute must have for the upcoming Holiday season ….Not to mention baring just the right amount for office etiquette and keeping it “all in check” for your gym work out sessions…and let us not forget “Date Night”.. Need we say more? Boob Glue® will “lift” you to your confident and glamorous best. We have all been there...that painstaking process of positioning your breasts for the exact desired effect, only to have them “re-adjust” themselves… what seems like moments later. Bosom Couture’s Founder and Creator Dawn Jackson has this little bottle of genius we have been hoping for with her signature debut product, Boob Glue®.
For $34.95, this "breast lift in a bottle" (already adored by "A" list celebrities on the red carpet this season) could be just the boost you are so ready for.
2013 June 6
In the second intallment of Elettra's Goodness, Seth Meyers visits Elettra Wiedemann's kitchen alongside his girlfriend, Alexi, and her brother, Toya to have a showdown to determine who makes the best grilled cheese sandwich. Bring it! We're kindly posting this after lunch in an effort not to tease your summer body. Super cute!
2013 June 5
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Designer Erin Fetherston recently married Cobra Starship's Gabe Saporta (good choice!) and writes in with ten nuggets of wisdom that every bride- to-be should know before the big day arrives. Congrats to the gorgeous couple! Take it away, Erin...
1. If you have the budget for it, hire a wedding planner. When the big day comes, they'll help you feel like a guest at your own wedding.
2. Choose a dress that fits your body and your personality, and one that you can move in gracefully throughout the night.
3. Think of the venue when choosing your dress. Not all dresses are right for all spaces.
4. Even small weddings end up being more expensive than you'd think. Make sure you leave a cushion for unexpected overages in your starting budget.
5. Small details can make the biggest impact. Invest in stationary so you can send your guests and team thank you and welcome notes on the big day.
6. Make sure your face and neck match! Remind your makeup artist to blend your face makeup so your neck doesn't look like a different color in photos; that's never a good look.
7. Give your photographer a "shot list" before the big day to ensure that no important photo are missed. You can't go back if they are!
8. Consider giving your guests clear direction on dress code. I actually gave our guests a color palette. This helps make group pictures feel cohesive with the overall vision of the event.
9. Get your beauty sleep. Dark circles don't match any dress.
10. Inevitably, something will go wrong, so after all the planning, just lay back and enjoy the ride!
2013 June 5
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Curious who that vision of splendor in Marlon Gobel was at the CFDA awards on Monday night? Entrepreneur and philanthropist Di Mondo! Not since Harald Glööckler have we been so intrigued with someone. Di Mondo was kind enough to write this enthusiastic piece on his day leading up to the CFDA for our readers! Enjoy every word!
"Usually, I wake up around 6 a.m. and today was no exception. I jumped out of bed very excited for a special day ahead. On most Monday mornings I work out with my trainer, but I decided not to; instead I did Hatha yoga sequences on my own. I've been practicing for over 12 years. I normally wake up very happy and I enjoy sharing it with the world; I like to tweet, “Good Morning World!!” My yoga is fundamental in feeling openness and awareness. Then I meditated. Later while I was at my computer checking email, I just had to let it out...I screamed out at the top of my lungs. It's good for nervous energy. I once heard that Madonna screams everyday in the shower and it actually works!
I had no time to eat my oatmeal, so I took a pre-cut mango out of the fridge and headed uptown. In the cab I got non-stop emails, texts, calls, so I had no time to eat that delicious mango. I went to Saks to get some products for my hair and long socks. I got all I needed very quickly, but once I went to pay, it was a slow checkout. That always happens when you’re in a rush. Next up, I went to my hairdresser! I had a chance to chill, and go over so many things to ensure everything was coordinated. Also on my mind? The weather. That's one thing you can't do much about.
At 12:30 p.m. I got to my room at The Standard, The Empire Suite, to get ready for the show. All checked in, we let the games begin. A film crew (Julian from Ungano + Agriodimas) and the photographer's assistant arrived to film me while I was getting ready. I snuck in a brief small lunch of asparagus and a mix of family beans. Just perfect for a day when you don't want to feel bloated!
2013 June 5
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's hunk of hunks Henry Cavill on the cover of another magazine. The Superman star has joined his Man of Steel leading lady, Amy Adams (a.k.a Lois Lane) for Interview's June/July issue. Cavill tells Elvis Mitchell: "Getting a role like this is such a wonderful opportunity...I remember looking in the mirror and going, 'I'm Superman.'" He certainly is.
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