Showing posts with label Judith Leiber. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Judith Leiber. Show all posts


Vintage at the Brits

Stars wear Vintage Norman Norell at the Brit Awards.

Two artists showed up at the Brits on Wednesday night looking stunning in Vintage Norman Norell, this 1960s fashion designer from Indiana made a name for himself first as a costume designer on Broadway, then branched out to fashion. Norell's lines through his career were truly visionary. He was one of the first designers to produce couture ready to wear clothes, which was unheard of at the time. His death in 1972 put an end to the era, but now and then celebs pay tribute to this fashion pioneer.
Lily Allen in Norell's most popular style, the mermaid sheath dress. Navy sequins heads to toe, Allen looks sexy, but still modest, and with her vibrant locks to contrast, this look is fabulous. And we don't hate that yellow Chanel either!

Singer-songwriter, Sophie Ellis Bextor also rocked a vintage Norell on the red carpet on Wednesday, going for a very classically 1960s ruffle black mini. Paired with black pumps, and a shiny clutch.


Old Hollywood Glamor at the Golden Globes

Sofia Vergara transformed her look, opting for a lot of volume moving from the more form fitting silhouette she typically chooses. The sweetheart neckline of her black Zac Posen ball gown was offset by a colorful Lorraine Schwartz necklace of blue turquoise flowers.  Platform Brian Atwood sandals gave her a step up on her competitors. For your golden globe moment, try this statement necklace by Chanel. 

Naomi Watts looked sleek and elegant in a statuesque gold gown by Tom Ford. The simple gold clutch was the perfect pairing. For your Golden Globe moment, try this Judith Leiber clutch.

Jennifer Lawrence took a risk with mixed reviews for her white tulle Christian Dior haute couture gown and simple black clutch. The little girl in me still wants tulle, tiaras and tutus so she earned  a thumbs up from The Vintage Contessa.

Michelle Dockery's Golden globe opulent Oscar de la Renta gown was
Cinderella-esq yet modern and stylish with its cascading hemline
showing her Christian Louboutins.


How to add Designers Accents to your Home

All Hermes Designer Accents

An Hermes throw to casually dress up a couch.

Louis Vuitton Trunks used as a side table and a holder for all of the controllers 

My personal collection of Bracelets and Cuffs from Hermes to Dior. 

Can you tell I love Pink?  These are three of my newest bags.  Chanel Wallet on a Chain, Hermes Birkin and Celine all in the brightest pinks.  Hidden in the corner is the Judith Leiber Strawberry cupcake clutch as seen on Sex and The City.  

Two of my personal Hermes bags are standing next to the entrance.  The pillow on the chair is a blown up pixelated print of my louis vuitton trunks, designed by my good friend Lucinda Loya.