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It Purse of the Month: Charlotte Olympia Time Piece

Charlotte Olympia Time Piece Cinderella Purse

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This month, 13th turned out to be Friday and, although it could have been unlucky for some, Cinderella certainly can’t complain hitting $23 million on its premiere day, becoming Disney’s biggest 2D PG-rated opening of all time.

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It Purse of the Month: Velentino Rockstud Multicolor Chevron Shoulder Bag

ItBag 2015 Valentino Rockstud Multicolor Chevron Shoulder Bag

Photo by Valentino

There it is, the It Purse of January 2015: Valentino Rockstud Chevron Shoulder Bag.

With this stunner, I start what seems a natural and obvious section of my blog: “It Purse of the Month“. Each month, I will come up with my “It Purse” pick and present it in a short article to share with you my current fixation.

January belongs to Valentino Garavani and his mind-blowing shoulder bag in dazzling rainbow colors. How not to be obsessed?!

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Zebra Dazzle Part II

Matching outfit, stylish look in black & white at the Gansevoort Plaza, NYC.

Are you wondering if your striped dress, blouse or bikini will still be on the menu this spring/summer 2015? No worries! Fashion designers once again serve us a platter of mix stripes of all colors and directions that, put together in an unexpected way, will become a real sensation this upcoming season. But did you know that wearing stripes had once been a perilous venture?

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Zebra Dazzle Part I

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Single or multicolor, vertical or horizontal – stripes of all types and combinations cross the streets and walk the runways with a real dazzle of bold lines and contrasting colors that dizzy  yet draw the astonished eye. Among all of them, zebra stripes strike with a transfixing color duet that performs a mind-blowing act of pure sophistication and refined elegance spiced with a dash of exotic vibe.

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The Eye of the Tiger Part II

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Who doesn’t fall for chic-year-round, sensational tiger stripes? Inspired by the untamed, this wild-meets-glam print excites imagination, ignites creativity, stimulates inner strengths and inflames instincts. Infused with vibrant shades or balanced with monochromatic pieces, it delivers a confident, graphic pop and decadent flair, perfect for a girls’ night out or a visit in an art gallery. It’s hard to believe that there are only slightly over 3000 tigers living in the wild today, all of them in Asia.

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The Eye of the Tiger Part I

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 “I got the eye of the tiger, a fighter

 Dancing through the fire

‘Cause  I am a champion

And you’re gonna hear me roar

Louder, louder than a lion

‘Cause I am a champion

 And you’re gonna hear me roar”

   “Roar”, Katy Perry (video)

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Rose Renaissance Part II

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                            ‘What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
                               By any other name would smell as sweet.’

Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare

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Rose Renaissance Part I

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“People where you live,” the little prince said, “grow five thousand roses in one garden… yet they don’t find what they’re looking for…[…] And yet what they’re looking for could be found in a single rose […]”― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince

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Camouflage Exposed Part II – Featuring beq Pettina

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Camo is a new leopard! Demilitarized, this eye-catching and impactful pattern is trooping in to win the final battle over other trendy prints. Intricate, arresting design combined with fine tailoring, dazzling fabrics and dashing hues makes a stylish knockout. From shoes and pants, through dresses, tops and coats, the camouflage trend transforms this utilitarian, obscure motif into the chic fashion staple. The effect is unexpected and astonishing, as the camo garments and accessories strike the senses with visually splendid palette and lavish lines.

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Camouflage Exposed Part I

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Deer hunting or war zone fighting, camouflage has been widely used for its disguising qualities for centuries. Nowadays however, it aggressively comes out of the forests and battlefields, and makes its striking appearance on the fashion runways in the collections of Valentino, Michael Kors, Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Laboutin, Manolo Blahnik, Carolina Herrera, to enumerate a few. And this time, camouflage is applied not to hide or blend in but to be noticed and admired!

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