Girl Scout Cookies

I blog about fashion, but today I am going to blog about Girl Scout Cookies! I am a Girl Scout, a Brownie to be exact, and it’s cookie time!

While many of my readers are far away, I would like to encourage you to order Girl Scout cookies through me, but not for yourself, but for the “I Care” program (info) and bring some happiness to people in need or homesick soldiers deployed all around the world.



Rick Owens got it wrong!

I’m kid and even I know somethings are meant to be covered up in public! Mr. Owens sent his male models down the cat walk in cloaks without pants or underwear! I get the need to be bold, but this is not bold…it’s just gross!

Usually when I dislike something, I’d post a picture, but I can’t. I just can’t. But if you must see, here’s the link to Rick Owens Horrible Mens Collection 2015.

Gio Diev RTW 2015 Shoes Collection

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GIO DIEV is a sculptural footwear collection uniting futuristic designs with timeless luxury.
Elegant simplicity, architectural precision and attention to high quality are the key elements of the brand. Sophisticated silhouettes come to life with the finest Italian craftsmanship and a unique creative process. Fluid lines and unexpected detailing create a look that is sensual yet powerful.

A childhood spent at his mother’s shoe store in Sofia made ‘shoes’ the natural choice of creative medium. His eye for luxury was shaped and solidified through his professional experience working for prestigious brands such as Chanel, Fendi and Dolce & Gabbana. This behind-the-scenes access and knowledge gave Gio the confidence to pursue his life-long dream of establishing his own label, GIO DIEV, in 2010.

After leaving Dolce & Gabbana in 2010, Gio honed his craft at the pattern studio of one of the most acclaimed shoe factories in Vigevano, Italy –  known to many industry professionals as the…

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Dior RTW Spring 2015 Accessories Collection

Originally posted on A Stairway To Fashion:

Raf Simons brought a bit of couture in his Ready To Wear Collection for Spring 2015 at the Dior house – creating a blend of centuries staring with the 18th century up to now, bringing the past into a modern present, the accessories line includes pointy pumps, high-heeled boots, boxy shoulder bags, thin, men’s style belts, aviator sunglasses with mirrored lenses – “I wanted to create something more modern, more dynamic, more real. I wanted (the idea of couture) to be made available to a wider audience,” said the designer. 

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