2010 March 3
If you had to escape from a burning building, would you take the photo album...or perhaps your Dior? Somehow, even Dior can rock the third degree burn look. This burned wood fragrance bottle looks messy, but it is just a concept so no need to fret about practicality just yet, darlings. Made from metal, glass, burned wood and covered in resin, it’s simply pretty to look at--and smells quite nice, as well.
Today, Town & Country added to its creative team, with the hire of Milanese stylist Nicoletta Santoro as creative director-at-large. The news comes on the heels of Alex Gonzalez's ...
Stuart Weitzman has acquired a fancy new pair of shoes in terms of execs: François Kress has been named the global president of the chaussure label. From his new desk at Stuart Weitzman...
Miami, get ready to aggressively accessorize! Eddie Borgo is bringing a sparkly capsule collection with him to Art Basel this week. The collection is smothered in smoked pavé crystals...
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- The British Fashion Awards Honor Miuccia Prada, Christopher Kane, Nicholas Kirkwood, and More
- Swarovski Crystal Palace Collaborates With Architect Guilherme Torres
- InStyle Taps Leslie Farrand As Associate Publisher
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