Sleep in DVF. No not the dress you wore out on the town last night, but actual bedding. The iconic designer is adding housewares to her printastic, ever fabulous empire. This is good. I love the gold flatware set as well as the turquoise dinner plates in paper cheetah.
Items Pictured Above: Urban Jungle Bedding $80.00-$335.00, Miro Flowers Bedding $95.00-$395.00, Cheetah Spots Dessert Plate $25.00-$75.00, Night 5 Piece Place Setting $175.00.
Photos by Bloomingdales.com
Give your make-up drawer a “BANG” and a “POW” with MAC’S Wonder Woman Collection. The packaging alone makes me want to just buy one of everything in the collection. Of course you will need something to carry your favorites from the collection in so don’t forget to check out the make-up bags in red, blue and gold faux leather. The utility belt brush set ($49.50), in gold makes me wish I was a make-up artist just to have an excuse to wear it every day. So far my favorites from the collection are the Wonder Woman Pigment in fuschia ($21), the Spirit of Truth Nail Lacquer ($15),and the eye shadow quad in Defiance ($40). Thanks MAC for always giving me that kid on Christmas day feeling. For more information and a complete look at the collection visit maccosmetics.com.
All Photos by MAC
REDUCE, REUSE & RECYCLE WITH H&M
Just when you thought H&M was done. They would continue to wow us with their fashionably affordable pieces, and that would be all, they add another accomplishment to their resume. Besides making the world a fashionable affordable place, the retailer will also make us all environmentally conscious. This April the international retailer will debut two collections that are based on recycling, renewing and reusing. The first collection to roll out will be the Conscious Collection, which promises to offer “sustainable style”. Expect the collection to debut in a store near you on April 14th, 2011. The collection will consist of pieces for men, women and children, while the garments will be made of materials such as organic cotton, Tencel and recycled polyester. To further their eco-chic effort, H&M has partnered with the Swedish shoe label Hasbeens to present a limited collection of clogs to debut in over 150 stores on April 20th, 2011. The collection will consist of three styles of clogs made from “environmentally friendly” materials. The Swedish shoe company was founded by friends Cilla Wingard Neuman and Emy Blixt in 2007. For more information on both collections visit www.hm.com.
Photo: Cilla Wingard Neuman and Emy Blixt, Founders of Hasbeens. Photo by H&M.com.