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With the official start of spring this week, I’m sharing some buzzy new beauty finds sure to refresh and refine your routine. Links below!
The “masking” trend continues to explode this spring with even more brands offering new and innovative approaches to at-home skincare. Check out the video above for my current roundup of must-have masks.
From Judy Jetson-like sandals that work your lower body to cellulite busting massage mats, I have a few unique items to help you shape up this spring.
EMMA STONE: is a red carpet fave with her striking sleek looks, but it would be fun to see her in this Marchesa fringe dress or this Oscar de la Renta embellished ball gown
OCTAVIA SPENCER: isn’t afraid to flaunt her curves and often chooses gowns that hug her in all the right places, so it would be fun to see her in a dramatic cape dress, such as this Ralph and Russo number.
NATALIE PORTMAN: has a signature pregnancy style on the red carpet, usually opting for loose fitting dresses which are often hard to pull off with a growing bump, but with some tailoring tweaks this Valentino pick would look effortless on her.
RUTH NEGGA: is a style star to keep an eye on…favoring higher necklines, fitted waists and shoulder details, I can already envision this Marchesa gown on her.
NICOLE KIDMAN: has always been a favorite and a ‘red carpet risk taker’ in my book, which is why it was hard to pick only one dress for her…I chose both this Marchesa black and white option as well as a gold Jenny Packham gown.
VIOLA DAVIS: stays true to her style, often picking vibrant shades of color with a sleek and sexy shape. This Pamela Rolland choice doesn’t sway too far away from her usual strapless picks but the fabric does add some dimension and glam for the red carpet.
MERYYL STREEP: is not new to the red carpet (or the Oscar stage!) She always brings the elegant factor time and time again, this Elie Saab jumpsuit with a train has a regal feel which would be perfect for another win.
From ha-ha to helpful, I’m sharing a few of the headlining beauty products you need to know about this week.
From Coconut Melts to Cleansing Grains, I’m sharing the latest buzzworthy trends in the skincare world. See below for links.
From daring deep necklines to embellished details and statement jewelry, last night’s red carpet did not disappoint. While everyone looked amazing, I’m sharing just a few celeb style tweaks and tips for those at home. Check in out in the video above.
While there is no shortage of shopping opportunities in NYC, figuring out which places to hit can be a bit overwhelming whether you’re a local or a visitor. To help narrow down the choices, I recently spent the morning with Keira Alexander from amNewYork sharing a few of my top picks. From a discount designer hot spot to a cool kids line, we have the go-to stores for your next shopping spree. For more info, head on over to amny.com. xx
Any beauty buff will tell you that the best gifts come in the smallest packages. These petite gifts are great for stuffing the stockings of your most glamorous friends and family, and may even surprise and delight far better than anything wrapped under the tree. Check it out in the video above. xx
Ulta’s Complexion Perfection Kit • Miracle Mini Eraser Sponges from Real Technique • Chateau Labiotte’s Wine Lip Tintemebox • YSL Beauty • Pinrose • Marc Jacobs Crème lipstick collection • Marc Jacobs Face and Eye Palette • Dior Total Matte Glow Nude Palette for Eyes & Brow • Dior All-in-One Couture Palette for Face, Eyes & Lips • CHANEL Mini Brush Set
From statement jewelry to polished, wrinkle-free pieces, it’s that gifting time of year. Check out the video above for inside info on what the ladies are gifting and wishing for this holiday.
Whether you’re getting a jumpstart on holiday shopping or are just interested in amping up your own beauty game, I’m sharing the latest releases you need to know about.
Whether you’re raising an infant, toddler or big kid, I’m sharing a few smart solutions for you and your family (that you’ve probably never heard of!). Links below.
TODAY’s new Style Squad was in full effect this morning, focusing on helping three very cool moms (one of whom is also a hot grandma!) revive and refresh their looks. I had the pleasure of meeting Tajah and Sherry Smith, the sweetest mother/daughter duo from Akron, Ohio, and working with Sherry to elevate her look, while still incorporating her love of bling (a task I am always up to!)
Tajah, who referred to her mom as “a gorgeous mess of chaos” originally nominated Sherry for a makeover hoping that we could modernize her everyday style without losing her edge. Check out the video above to see Sherry’s new style and the rest of the “squad-given” looks.
Who inspires you? I was recently asked this question, and found myself re-inspired by these unique individuals when drafting my list of nominees for our first annual TODAY Style Heroes list. They are all fearless originals each with a signature style all their own.
IRIS APFEL & THE LADIES OF ADVANCED STYLE … Ilona Royce Smithkin, Joyce Carpati, & Ruth Kobin to name a fewAri Seth Cohen’s must-visit blog Advanced Style features photographs of stylish women over the age of 60 and beyond that prove you really can wear that! There is an obsession with perfection, specifically numbers when it comes to what we wear – “if I was 10 years younger, 20 pounds thinner or 3 inches taller” – and these ladies exemplify not only how to have fun with fashion but how to embrace who you are, as is.
She was street style before street style. Timeless 24/7. Feathers, hats, sequins, suits, canes, and capes… Her style has transcended her role as a 70′s fashion icon. Vintage photos of her still embody the epitome of effortless, sexy, chic, edgy, and cool all at the same time.
Gwen’s ability to be both daring and darling at once mesmerizes. She’s shared her vulnerability through lyrics, while rocking every risk imaginable from punk hair to harajuku style. No one seems to balance uber girly frills and tomboy rebel better. She’s the ultimate mix master, and sweetest badass.
Strong, smart, and stylish… The ‘quotable queen’ left us with words to live by. A few of my favorites:
“You gotta have style. It helps you get down the stairs. It helps you get up in the morning. It’s a way of life. Without it, you’re nobody. I’m not talking about lots of clothes. “
“The first rule that a geisha is taught, at the age of nine, is to be charming to other women… Every girl in the world should have geisha training.”
“A little bad taste is like a nice splash of paprika. We all need a splash of bad taste—it’s hearty, it’s healthy, it’s physical. I think we could use more of it. No taste is what I’m against.”
Whether it’s a friend, family, co-worker or neighbor, we all know someone who’s been affected by breast cancer. Today I’m sharing a few ways to shop this October that give back to BCA.
Give-a-care • Weight Watchers Pink Journal • Saks Fifth Avenue tee shirt designed by Christian Louboutin • Stella & Dot • Keep Collective • eos’ Berry Blossom Body Lotion • Estee Lauder’s Pink Perfection Compact • Ellis Brooklyn’s Rrose Perfume & Rrose Body Milk
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