Sunday, March 31, 2013

2 Pieces Joint Top with Flown Skirt

Bifa A2859 - 2 Pieces Joint Top with Flown SkirtFree size - Waist:60-72cm Length:79cm Bust:80cmColor - Red / YellowMaterial - CottonPrice - RM38.00

Checkers Long Skirt

Bifa A2853 - Checkers Long SkirtFree size - Waist:58-88cm Hip:116cm Length:81cmColor - Beige / Dark blueMaterial - CottonPrice - RM38.00

Monday, March 18, 2013

Knitwear label Coven lights up Rio fashion show

Glittering caballeras in Lurex pantsuits dominated the catwalks Wednesday on day two of Rio de Janeiro's winter 2012 fashion week.

While many of the other displays have felt indistinguishable from the kinds of urban looks that dominate catwalks worldwide, a stellar south-of-the-border equestrian collection from Coven boldly forged a style of its own.

The brand, based in the interior state of Minas Gerais, is known for its knits. And designer Liliane Rebehy delivered with Wednesday's collection: Her flirty crocheted skirts, mariachi-style pant suits in copper colored Lurex and T-shirts covered in fancy geometric embroidery managed to be at once totally unique and utterly appealing.

The day's other highlight was the catwalk appearance of the three Brazilian soap opera stars, who walked at TNG. The audience shrieked and snapped cellphone pictures as the actors took to the runway in rustic chic denim separates.

At 2nd Floor, designer Thiago Marcon focused his attention on a most improbable Brazilian fabric, covering his flirty chemisier dresses in printed chiffon in a patchwork of what looked to be faux fur. Beyond being hard to wear in a tropical climate, the material was bulky, and the fur-fronted skirts made even the rail-thin models look more than a little hippy.

Still, the lighter pieces were appealing, especially the ivory chiffon blouses and dresses printed with an oversized growling lion. Graphic, boyish touches gave the clothes a slightly modish feel.

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Favorite Stars Win Big at the People's Choice Awards

She's the People's Choice Award winner for Best Pop Artist, a fact that got Demi Lovato all choked up during the live awards show at the Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, Jan. 11.

"The nominees are all people I look up to, and have aspired to be," Lovato admitted as she clutched her heavy Waterford crystal prize. Her competition was Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Katy Perry; Perry snagged five of the glittering statues, but missed the fun.

But the thousands of fans that packed the venue were not disappointed, as top stars from film, television and music filled the front rows and caused serious shrieking as they hit the stage. "Glee" star Lea Michele thanked her parents for their support as she won Favorite TV Comedy Actress, and Adam Sandler broke up the house with thanks to all his "public school teachers" when he won Favorite Comedic Movie Actor.

Faith Hill belted out "Come Home," her latest hit single, and Neil Patrick Harris gave the assemblage a giggle as he tried to take over hosting duties from Kaley Cuoco. He also won for Favorite TV Comedy Actor, and admonished his young twins at home in his acceptance speech to "go to bed!"

No one could have slept through the shrieking as Robert Pattison took the stage to accept the Favorite Drama Movie prize for "Water for Elephants." His newly shaven head didn't deter the screaming fans from almost drowning out his speech and the excitement didn't stop there. The crowd went crazy for presenters Ian Somerhalder, Ginnifer Goodwin, Julianne Hough and Ewan McGregor, who gave Morgan Freeman the first annual Favorite Movie Icon award.

And the biggest excitement of the night didn't come for the younger stars that graced the show, like Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens, Adam Levine, Kat Dennings, Nina Dobrev or Jennifer Morrison. That was reserved for beloved Betty White, who took home the trophy for her "Hot in Cleveland" win for Favorite Cable TV Comedy and is about to celebrate her 90th birthday on Jan. 17.

"I didn't do anything to get to 90," White said with a chuckle. "It just crept up on me!"

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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Bette Franke, Daniel Jackson and Alistair McKimm Continue to Be a Great Combination for J. Mendel (Forum Buzz)

J. Mendel Spring 2013 ad campaign - Bette Franke photographed by Daniel Jackson and styled by Alistair McKimm

J. Mendel must love the creative trio of model Bette Franke, photographer Daniel Jackson, and stylist Alistair McKimm, because for the second consecutive season they’ve used them for their ad campaign. After seeing Spring 2013 images, it’s easy to see why J. Mendel thought this trio was worth the repeat.

“Plain studio backdrop, Daniel Jackson and Bette again – but I can't even hate because this is stunning enough to catch my attention if I was flipping through a magazine,” HeatherAnne posted. “It has an editorial quality to it, and highlights the clothes beautifully/better than most ads do these days.”

J. Mendel Spring 2013 ad campaign - Bette Franke photographed by Daniel Jackson and styled by Alistair McKimm

J. Mendel Spring 2013 ad campaign - Bette Franke photographed by Daniel Jackson and styled by Alistair McKimm

“Gorgeous! Love the dark lip,” Elfinkova commented.

As far as I’m concerned, Bette should do her makeup like that every day for the rest of her life because she looks AMAZING. Seriously, well played, J. Mendel. These ads make me want things I have no need for.


Sweet or Sexy? 10 Inspiring Looks for Whatever Your Valentine's Day Plans Are

Whether you're spending this Valentine's Day with a loved one or a group of your single girlfriends, make it memorable by styling yourself either sexy or sweet.


Friday, March 15, 2013

Wish Key Players

This year, Wish is celebrating Black History Month with the launch of our Wish Key Players capsule. This capsule will consist of five tees, featuring some of the Civil Rights Movement's most influental figures, with their last names and numbers printed on the back.

We labeled this capsule "Key Players" to pay homage to the roles that each person played in brining us the freedom that we are able to experience today. Going deeper, the numbers on the back of each tee are meant to represent an important year in American history such as '63, the year of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, or '68, the year of the historic 1968 Summer Olympic Games. Each day next week, we will focus on a different Key Player, releasing their tee and sharing some of their greatest moments that made them "key" in the Civil Rights movement. So stay on the lookout for #WishKeyPlayers on Twitter to follow along and participate in our Wish Key Players Week.

Wish Weekend Top Picks

Check out the list of new arrivals dropping this weekend at Wish:

Apparel (pictured above)

Original Fake: Astro Tee in Black | $95 (In-store & Phone Order only)

Original Fake: It's Come to This Tee in Emerald | $88 (In-store & Phone Order only)

adidas: Jeremy Scott Collage Sweatshirt | $220

adidas: Jeremy Scott Collage Sweatpant | $200

Play Cloths: Wavy Pom Pom Beanie in Black | $30

Shoes (pictured above)

adidas: Superstar 80s CNY in Cardinal | $140

adidas: Superstar 80s CNY in Silver | $140

adidas: Jeremy Scott Poodle in Bloom/Diva- 2.2.13 | $200

adidas: Jeremy Scott Letters in Running White- 2.2.13 | $200