Last night's fashion show benefit at Santana Row was beautifully staged and so much fun. I was lucky enough to attend with women who also watch Rachel Zoe, so we could make RZ-like comments all night. Such as "I could so see Demi in this. Or Cameron."Oh. My. God. Covet these. Not that I could walk . . .
This post is for a specific girlfriend of mine, and when she sees this, she will know it's for her. Immediately.You see, I spent a week with her at her vacation home. She couldn't stop razzing me because I wore my pink thermal jammies and purple scrunchie to bed. I think it was the scrunchie that . . .
This stunning display in our hotel storestopped me dead in my tracks.The tartan is beautiful.The way it's worked into the gownis just stunning.The photo doesn't do it justice. . . .
Comfortable shoes, that's what we want as we get older. No longer willing to put up with pinched toes in pointy shoes or crippling ourselves in much-too-high heels, we're on the search for a nice pair of good-looking--yet comfortable--shoes.My mother must have come to that same conclusion; for the . . .
As the escalator descended, I caught sight of itand couldn't help but let out a little gasp of joy. Macy's shoe department.My happy place. . . .
The only way to explain couture is to remember that most fashion designers are gay men. (with all due respect to my many gay friends.)For example: Now, let's be real. What woman would be caught dead walking around in this Mad Hatter getup? And what straight man would want to be seen with her if she . . .
Age creeps up on us so imperceptibly that it's hardly noticeable.Until one of our icons dies, or, as in the case of designer Valentino, retires.I was reminded of the passing of time today when I saw the wonderful documentary, Valentino: the Last Emperor. I highly recommend it.Valentino has been a . . .
Everyone's Mad Men crazy and with good reason. The show's masterful depiction of the world in March 1960 is a fascinating exploration of an adult life even we Baby Boomers were too young to really take in.But what I'm loving most are the fashions, all very tail-end-of-the-1950s. Beautifully . . .
That's the handsome Don Draper, who stars in the surprise hit series, Mad Men, one of the best produced shows on television.One of the hallmarks of the show is its attention to the detail of 1960s life. And there's no more significant detail than the fashion of the time, and no man on the show wears . . .