2009 August 31
WHAT: Bond No. 9 Andy Warhol Success is a Job in New York fragrance
WHY: We don't need to tell you that we're already obsessed with Bond No. 9 and their map-of-New York approach to fragrance, but their latest scent is even more covetable. Andy Warhol's first assignment in the ‘50s was an illustrator was for a Glamour magazine article, entitled “Success is a Job in New York”--and the title was later used for a book about Warhol’s early career. Now, it's the name of Bond's money-centric scent, a warm and spicy mix of coriander, cardamom, mandarin, and bergamot, with notes of jasmine, tuberose, rose, vanilla, and amber. What can we say? We're material girls, after all...
2009 August 28
WHAT: Valentino satin bow-front clutch
WHY: Valentino's bow are as iconic as the house's red dress, adorning frocks, shoes, and bags of all sizes. But we're loving the updated, even oragami-esque take on the motif that decorates this emerald-green satin clutch. It's a little less girly, a little more sharp then the big, looping ribbons we've known and loved from Valentino--which makes it perfect for those nights that you want to toughen up...but just a touch.
2009 August 27
WHAT: Miu Miu cabachon slide
WHY: Vertically challenged? Not with these Miu Miu stunners. The platform and nearly 5-inch heel will propel you to heights previously unreachable--bringing a new side to concerts and crowds. Oh, and did we mention how gorgeous they are? Gold studs and red, green and blue jewels make for some seriously ornate footwear.
2009 August 26
WHAT: Lulu Frost black stone and metallic fringe necklace
WHY: Lulu Frost's quirky, chunky treasures never cease to delight us, but our latest must-have? This fringey necklace, studded with oversized black stones. It's glamorous, but with a sense of humor--we can't wait to sport it with something equally unexpected, like an oversized button-down or Alex Wang-esque sweatpants and heels.