Of course, my neighbor across the street gets twelve hours of sun in her front yard everyday so she has dozens of daffodils already in bloom. I'm thinking of getting myself an Elsa bouquet a little later. Like midnight.
That's the new girl from RhoNY, Cindy Barshop, at her spa Completely Bare, in New York. I watched her Cribs-style video and didn't get an impression of her one way or the other. I just know that her apartment is small which is typical for New York and her go-to decorating color is white. God, I really hope she isn't as bland as she seems. We've had enough of that lately.
Oh, how I love this window at Anthropologie at Eton Place in Woodmere.
I saw this creation as we pulled up and had to get a closer look.
Dinner plate size pieces of crepe paper formed and shaped and manipulated into waves that eventually become a Victorian gown of such creativity that my first thought was that it was on loan from the Met. I LOVE this, even though Mr. McSlore said that the paper looked like coffee filters. What difference does it make?
One of my favorite dresses from Project Runway was Michael's coffee filter dress from Season 3.
Update: I found a picture. I wasn't a huge fan of this model but I loved the dress. By the way, I thought Laura should have won. HATED Jeffrey. I know, let it go.
I have quite a few friends with daughters. Almost to a person, they prefer their kids to watch stuff like Toy Story or Up! instead of the unrealistic fantasy crap that Disney spews out on a regular basis. They also make sure that their children play outside and read. A LOT. Of course, all my friends are cool. DUH.
These skates are from Dsquared2. These skates are wicked retarded. These skates must be part of someone's cruel plan to kill off fashionistas eager to show that they can do ANYTHING in heels, even a triple lutz. I sit here and await the first Youtube videos of said fashionistas, but I bet a drag queen takes up the challenge first.
I found this on Jezebel this morning. Don't half of them look like they want to kick your ass?
This is being touted as the first International version of the franchise but it seems more like a test market. I mean, why wouldn't you pick London or Paris first, or Amsterdam or Moscow? Those cities are teeming with wealthy women while Greece is going through a pretty bad recession and budget crisis. Nevertheless, it opened to an audience of 600,000, not bad for a small market.
Would you watch it if they put it on the air with subtitles?
This is the week where we meet the new girl, another freaking blonde! Does no one in Orange County have unbleached tresses? Untanned skin? An ability to say no to ugly blouses? I still think we should move in with Mari and open a hair salon/spray tan/bible disco in Newport. It'll be a smash hit and you can even pay with A-mex!