- Congrats to Tanvii for finishing her 30 days of mixing and matching 30 pieces of clothing - could you do it? - It's like the Glamourai read my mind - black, ivory, and gold is my (eventual) home color palette and Kelly does it so well here - This Jeff Bezos speech was something I read...

For a bit of weekend reading, I thought you might enjoy this New York Times profile on a Mrs. O favorite, designer Azzedine Alaia. In fact, the profile begins with an account of the revered fashion critic, Cathy Horyn, tracking down Mr. Alaia to confirm that the first lady was wearing a dress...

I figured this would be a nice fast read but I would not recommend these GG books to young girls not to sound all adult but there is a lot of material that they probably shouldn't read. I would just ask for your parents permission first. Don't want to recommend anything that will get you in...

Win you're very own copy Great Holiday reading for the older kids. Simply email competitions@kidsfashionreview.co.nz with the title Book Review open to members of Kids Fashion Review OnlyIf you are not a member sign up now here

It was turned into this incredible book which is, in our humble opinion, essential Christmas reading. Normally, this encyclopedia style book is the type you would dip into on a lunch break, treating yourself to a few entries per day. Unfortunately a few weeks back I found myself stuck on a...

What we're also reading this week: 11:49am 19th December, 2010 - By Helen Lee Posted in Gossip , News Stories around the web that have peaked our interest over the last few days: Carine Roitfeld announced her resignation from French Vogue this week. Check out some of the best covers during...

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I have posted the other selected posts below, as well as a few recent articles that are worth reading... Phoebe Philo Vanessa Friedman's blog for the Financial Time, Material World , featured an excellent article about the British Fashion Awards. She summed up a lot of my thoughts in her...

I've read Delux: how luxury lost it's lustre and thought it was quite explosive in revealing the true ruthlessness of the industry and am now starting The Beautiful Fall. I love books about fashion from which I can gain inspiration. The Sartorialist is next on my list. Dree xx

But that simple formula yields infinite inspiration because women (and men!) from all over the world, in all manner of financial situations, sporting all sorts of personal styles, and with all imaginable body types are contributing. My contributions have been woefully minimal of late, but I...

 

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