November 30, 2008
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Jamie Scott & The Town cover Bleeding Love:
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"Some people have no idea what fabulous is. Some people think fabulous is a sequined frock with plunging neckline they've seen on a deodorant commercial on television. They think fabulous is a maroon leather jacket with shoulder pads that go all the way to Ohio and a pair of baggy jeans with pockets down the legs. They think fabulous is a three-piece pinstripe suit from Brooks Brothers with matching red suspenders, tie, and pocket handkerchief. They think fabulous is a patchwork jacket with lambskin trim or a silk blouse with a pussy bow at the neck or a sweater with appliqued sailing boats all over it. Some people think sneakers with socks scrunched down over them are fabulous. Some people go for jackets with the sleeves pushed up past the elbow or lavender sweat shirts cut off at the midriff. It's deeply disturbing that people can get to be like this. They're sick."
November 22, 2008
When this product arrived on our desks, Raakhee was like, "I can already tell I'm going to love this." And I was like, "I don't know." Mostly because I have a hard time with face creams that claim to be ultra-moisturizing -- even though I have dry skin, only certain ultra-moisturizers work on me (for example, I adore adore adore Clarins' climate-based line, especially the Hydra-Quench cream for cold climates -- totally changes the appearance of my skin overnight, blows my mind every time) but others just leave an oily goopy mess on my skin.
But then the cold started and the heat went on. And sleeping at night with the radiator on KILLS my eyelids -- they get really dry and irritated and red. Not pretty. When they're like this, I can't even use traditional eye creams because they sting, make my eyes water, which makes the eye cream run into my eyes, which makes my eyes red -- bad scene. So I went rummaging through my beauty trough and gave Clinique's Comfor On Call a whirl and it's AMAZING. No fragrance, no irritation, I bet I could stick it in my eye and it wouldn't irritate (not that I'd do that...), and the calming moisturizing effect is instant. Plus it comes in a matte white jar, points for aesthetics. And at only $39.50 a pop? What a steal.
November 21, 2008
WHAT: Get the latest DIOR runway looks and learn the fashion house’s backstage beauty secrets coveted by celebrities and models.
WHERE: Bloomingdale’s 59th Street - THE DIOR Beauty Counter
59th Street and Lexington Avenue - New York, NY 10022
WHEN: Wednesday, December 3rd through Saturday, December 6th
Backstage Beauty Sessions with the DiorShow Artist Team
Thursday, December 4th
Three special master class sessions with Celebrity Makeup Artist Pati Dubroff (12 pm to 2 pm, 3 pm to 5 pm and 6 pm to 8 pm).
P.S. Call 212.705.2000 to book your beauty session!
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And Thursday, November 20 11am – 1pm
Women’s Men’s, Infants (3mos) and children’s (4-12 years)
230 West 39th Street, 16th Floor