“The Like” playing at the Vena Cava show:
Inspired by my time spent in Palm Beach this weekend, I decided to take a closer look into the line that has reigned over U.S. “prespsters” for the past 4 decades, the Lily Pulitzer collection.
Since the line’s conception in 1960–when Lily had the need for a printed dress that would camouflage the juice stains while she was working at her juice stand–the collection has grown to such enormity that everyone wants a little piece of Lily.
I was rudely awakened by the excitement of my house-mates Sunday morning to wake up for the 30-story building implosion at 1515 N. Flagler Drive Sunday morning. The condominium has been empty for the past six years after the extreme damage of Hurricanes Jeanne and Frances.
I saw met this iconic doll on my President’s Day jaunt down to Palm Beach: “He exemplifies fantastic Palm Beach fashion,” said a company spokeswoman.”
Palm Beach Sugar Daddy Ken doll to be released by Mattel in April 2010.
“Cool sophistication in breezy Palm Beach! Sporting a dashing jacquard-patterned jacket with a light pink polo shirt and crisp white pants, Ken doll is ready for Palm Beach social season, sunning by the pool and a stroll with his little companion.”
soooo Palm Beach…
Alexander McQueen was a brilliant visionary who created true masterpieces. Losing him extends beyond the realm of fashion…
we will be wearing a veil in his honor.
Sunday’s Super Bowl was not only about sport and victory it was also about fashion and glam. From beach outings to pre-parties, celebs were practically everywhere showing their support for either Saints or Colts.
Although The Who entertained at half time, the beautiful and stylish Carrie Underwood took the show with the national anthem:
Watching the game live, this had to have been the most exciting plays, especially as a Saints fan (at least for the night):
I made the 3 1/2 hour trip to Boston this weekend to see one of my closest friends.
We did a ton of walking and wandering and came upon a few great sights…
its incredible how past trends come around… in the 90’s it was the 70’s, in the late 2000’s its the 80’s.
ten years ago, i would have NEVER thought this was attractive. i would have written it off as some cheesy 80’s style that my Mom would wear.
on the contrary, today–although not my exact style–i can see how this works: