Fergie Long Wavy Blonde Hairstyles for Long Faces

Fergie is spotted launching her new ‘Viva Glam Lipstick’ at the M.A.C. Cosmetics Store, Beverly Hills, CA. She is wearing a long wavy hairstyle for spring 2009 which looks sexy and beautiful on long faces like her.

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2009 Spring Long Hairstyles for Curly Hair - Miley Cyrus Hair


Actress and singer Miley Cyrus promotes her book, “Miles To Go” at Barnes & Noble 5th Avenue with her long curly hairstyle in New York City.

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New York fashion week. Part 4.

I guess, this may be the strangest thing when a Russian living in the UK is using looks from New York fashion week to create a French theme. But well, I was inspired and decided to do it, just for myself. The looks are very different and to me, they represent all kinds of women - young, sexy, sensual, sophisticated, chic, but what they have in common is that all of them are very feminine.

1. Tracy Reese. 2. Nanette Lepore. 3. Diane von Furstenberg. 4. Stephen Burrows. 5. Jill Stuart. 6. Chado Ralph Rucci. 7. Luca Luca. 8. Bibhu Mohapatra.

Photo source: style.com

New York fashion week. Part 3.

1. Ports 1961. 2. Ruffian. 3. Rachel Roy. 4. Brian Reyers. 5. Hervé Léger. 6. Oscar de la Renta. 7. Tommy Hilfiger. 8. Ralph Lauren.

Photo source: style.com

New York fashion week. Part 2.

Every woman needs an LBD. It's a live-savior. It's a security blanket. It's an answer to every fashion dilemma. You can dress it down with a pair of ballerina pumps and a tote, you can dress it up by pairing with some beautiful sparkling sandals and a timeless clutch, or you can create a business lady look by adding a pair of black high heels, a smart handbag and a classy simple watch. And sunglasses, or pearls, or a hat, or a scarf. One dress - million chic possibilities.
Choosing an LBD is like choosing a life-partner - if it does not feel right, nor make you feel feminine, happy, strong, confident and sensual, it's not for you and it's better to keep looking.

NY fashion week offered such a great choice of LBDs, any fashionista would feel spoilt and definitely find "the one", just for her - classy, girly, sexy or rock-chic... anything you can think of, it was there.

1. Calvin Klein. 2. Chado Ralph Rucci 3. Behnaz Sarafpour. 4. Brian Reyers. 5. Jill Stuart. 6. Hervé Léger . 7. Hutson. 8. Bagley Mischka

Photo Source: style.com

Penelope Cruz Chic Hairstyles - 2009 Medium Hairstyles

Penelope Cruz is wearing a beautiful up do hairstyle in mid-height chignon and looked sexy when she received the award for best supporting actress here . Her hair is very chic, and glad she has won an Oscar too this year.

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Beyonce Knowles Long Curly Hairstyles for Black Women


Singer/actress Beyonce Knowles attends the 40th NAACP Image Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium with her gorgeous long wavy hairstyle in Los Angeles, California.


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Kelly Clarkson Medium Hairstyles for 2009

Kelly Clarkson with her medium hairstyle is looking fabulous and will be much more sexy to watch if she tries to put some effort here with some hair accessories. Yet, she still looks nice in this picture with her medium brown hair color.

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Penelope Cruz's unique updo features shiny braids that are wrapped around her head in a halo like fashion.
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New York fashion week. Part 1.

I am always very excited about fashion weeks. It's a show, it's a kind of art and it's gives so much inspiration and many ideas for playing with the clothes and looks.

To sum up the highlights of the New York fashion week I have picked a few themes, which I called "Lady Chic", "A few lives of LBD", "A la française" and "Touch of Gold". The Lady Chis is my favourite because it is more "me" and really shows what I love. In my opinion, these pieces are timeless. You can just picture them now and 10 years later, still beautiful, stunning and feminine. I just adore how designers play with luxurious fabrics in rich autumn colours wrapping and draping them around beautiful statuesque figures showing off every curve of a female body. It's just so sensual.

1. BCBG Max Azria. 2. J. Mendel. 3. Tommy Hilfiger. 4. Bagley Mischka. 5. Victoria Beckham. 6. Donna Karan. 7. Carolina Herrera. 8. Oscar de la Renta

Photo Source: style.com

Chic in Paris

Here is another fashion book I'd like to tell you about. It's been on my wish list for ages and one day I decided to get it. It's a very beautiful book that looks like a note book, with deep red crocodile-embossed hard cover that hides some precious fashion, style and beauty tips given by very chic French women. The author, Susan Tabak, is a very stylish New Yorker who runs The Paris Personal Shopper company and has gained entrée to Paris secrets known to only select few.

The book consists of several interviews with true Parisiennes including Georgina Brandolini (Valentino's muse, press attaché and a Parisian boutique owner), Loulou de la Falaise (a former Vogue model, a fabric designer for Halston and boutique owner), Inès de la Fressange (style icon, face of Coco perfume by Chanel from 1983 to 1989, an owner of her fashion and fragrance label and Ambassador of Roger Vivier), Mina d'Ornano (actress, screen writer, designer and boutique owner), Marie-Hélène de Taillac (jewellery designer), Spela Lenarcic (assistant in Vogue Paris and freelance stylist for Lancome, Swarowski and Hogan to name a few, consultant at Celine), Carole Frochas (jewellery designer) and Nathalie Rykiel (daughter of Sonia Rykiel and owner of Rykiel Woman boutique).

Each of these women posses their own unique style and shares their views and philosophy on fashion and accessories, beauty and lifestyle. It's not something I'd call a book for reading, but it is more of a reference guide that can inspire and help you discover things about yourself you wouldn't probably know you've had. It's like talking to a friend - you are not given a lot of information like you would after reading a 3-page article in a fashion magazine, but what you get is very interesting and helpful.

Style quotes:
"Wear what you feel good in, even if it is not the latest fashion" Georgina Brandolini

"Poor taste is simply a lack of imagination" Loulou de la Falaise

"French style implies not being afraid to wear clothes from past seasons and sometimes ignoring what fashion dictates" Inès de la Fressange
"Poor taste is a woman who no longer tries or dares to express her personal style. She has lost her curiosity and no longer cares about herself or others. On the other hand, good taste is all about charm, because beauty can also be vulgar." Spela Lenarcic

"Bad taste is wanting to look like someone you are not." Carole Frochas

"The French woman is not afraid of being different from the others. French style is about having a personal attitude that mixes self-confidence and allure, as well as individuality. It is also about seduction and sensuality without ostentation." Nathalie Rykiel

Love, passion, fashion

Unfashionable pleasures of life

I spend my afternoon, such a dreamy, sleepy, quiet and transparent moment of time, in my kitchen, preparing creme caramel and listening to one of the most beautiful albums I've even owned, Quelqu'un m'a dit by Carla Bruni (her first music "baby"). True, there are always exception for anything and here is the one when a beautiful model can have everything - beauty, brains, talent and sensual mystery. If you even want to please your soul, then listen to this CD, have some beautiful creme caramel and enjoy a quiet moment of simple and yet exquisite pleasure.

Robert Pattinson Short Hairstyles With Front Layers

Robert Pattinson, of Twilight fame looks handsome wearing a short hairstyle and the front layers add a sexy image to him. This hairstyle is simple and looks great on youngsters.

Robert Pattinson Short Hairstyles With Front Layers

Robert Pattinson Short Hairstyles With Front Layers

Robert Pattinson Short Hairstyles With Front Layers

Don't you wish you were a princess?... or... Dolce & Gabbana create modern fairy-tale again.

Let us dance in the sun, wearing wild flowers... ~Susan Polis Shutz

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Little dolls for big girls

When there is an inner child in you, no matter how old you are, you've got to look after her and treat her with respect and occasional pretty presents.
I have been looking at Harajuku Lovers for quite a while, since I saw them in one of the fashion magazines. It was so long ago I don't even remember, which one (ops, blond moment!) And today, finally, I decided to treat myself because this way I will a) have a doll b) have a doll that I can easily hide or proudly display if I want to c) have a nice new perfume.
So, this is the one I've bought. Her name is G and she is the pretties one, in my opinion.
Never one to get lost in the crowd, G leads her crew in a white, corseted top and a blue miniskirt á la Alice in Wonderland. Quirky, unique, and undeniably cool, G is the leader of the pack. Her scent is an oriental, fruity, gourmand fragrance with notes of fresh coconut, jasmine, and cotton woods.
Notes: Mandarin, Coconut, Apple Skin, Jasmine Sambac, Freesia, Magnolia, Coconut Cream, White Sandalwood, and Cottonwoods
Style: Tropical. Sunny. Distinctive.

She has friends called Love, Lil' Angel, Music and Baby.

Sweet, caring, and free-spirited, Love is always off in her own little world. Stepping out in a cute, striped mini-dress and fashionable red kicks, Love wears her heart on her sleeve, or rather, in her hair! Her scent is reminiscent of a floral bouquet.
Notes: Bergamot, Pink Pomelo, Peach, Bamboo Leaf, Watery Peony, Living Hydroponic Lace Rose, Jasmine Sambac, Nectarine Blossom, Creamy Paperwhites, Egyptian Jasmine, Ylang Ylang, Vanilla, Musk, and Blond Wood.
Style: Tender. Romantic. Sensual.

Lil' Angel
Lil' Angel is a woman who is compassionate and caring towards others, but is no saint. She sports a classy, yet sexy, schoolgirl outfit complete with a plaid pleated miniskirt, white knee-highs, and shiny black Mary Janes. Her scent is a citrus floral with notes of pineapple, candied violet, and lollipop accord.
Notes: Raspberry, Cranberry, Blackberry, Pineapple, Pear Blossom, Violet, Rose, Lollipop Accord, Hinoki Wood, and Crystal Amber.
Style: Colorful. Sassy. Sweet.

Always looking to make someone laugh, charismatic Music has no qualms telling it like it is! Stylin' in a smocked sailor outfit and black lace-up boxing boots, Music marches to the beat of her own drum. Her scent is a fruity floral with notes of pear, sweat pea, and sleek wood. Notes: Clementine, Pear, Jasmine Sambac, Sweet Pea, Honeysuckle, Vanilla, Skin Musk, and Sleek Woods.
Style: Sparkling. Juicy. Magnetic.

One bat of her lashes and Baby has all the boys in the palm of her hand! Pretty in pink, Baby steps out in a short baby doll dress and sweet Mary Janes. Her scent is a powdery floral with notes of white rose, orange flower, and white musk.
Notes: Freesia, Bergamot, White Rose, Orange Flower, Tiare, Jasmine, White Musk, Soft Woods, Heliotrope, Vanilla, and Violet.
Style: Fresh. Clean. Soft.

For more information and loads of cute pictures and videos visit Harajuku Lovers official website. Oh, it's good to be a girly girl!

Les Parisiennes

My obsession with everything French began about three years ago after my first visit to Paris. Since then it has been a passionate affair based on love, passion and admiration for this beautiful place. I adore it with all my heart. Just thinking about Paris makes my soul tremble with desire and a strong feeling of nostalgia. God, I miss it so much, it’s almost physically painful sometimes. And, as it always happens to people in love, I don’t know exactly why I feel this way.

Paris makes me feel feminine, happy, weightless, independent, funny and beautiful. I love its busy streets, romantic parks and glorious squares. I love the river walks. I love the architecture, art and history. I think, French desserts are the most beautiful in the World.

And of course, how could I not mention French fashion and style. Paris is the capital of fashion or, should I specify, classic timeless fashion, to me. The thing you notice, when it comes to French fashion, it is not exactly FRENCH fashion, it is Parisian fashion. Even French Vogue bears Vogue PARIS on its cover unlike any other issue you’d find in any other country.

So now it’s time to mention the very essence of Parisian fashion world and the reason for this post. Les Parisiennes. I cannot explain why they are so special, but you cannot help getting this feeling of “je ne sais quoi” when you meet HER. She and HER Paris are unseparatable and live in synergetical harmony. You cannot imagine Paris without la Parisienne and she needs Paris to express her feelings and nourish her emotional and beautiful self every day.

No wonder I did my best to find out how Parisian women always look so chic and stylish and yet as if they didn’t try doing anything special to look that way. The famous effortless chic. Of course, I honestly thing that you’ve got to be French or at least spend a good amount of time in Paris to learn a few tricks, but well, not every one is that lucky. So I tried to find any books and articles that would reveal something because when there is a secret then any tiny insignificant detail you can get about it would count big time.

Over the time I have saved a few articles, books and interviews and been re-reading them over and over again indulging my memories and imagination. I guess, now I have my little fashion blog, I can post some of them here.

My precious little findings begin with an article published in Guardian newspaper on 4 March 2004. So here it is – “Parisian chic in 10 easy steps” by Hadley Freeman. Enjoy! Men are also mentioned in the article, so if you are a not one of them and don't really want to know about men's fashion - filter!

1: Always wear sunglasses
A Parisienne without her big, chunky sunglasses would be like Chris Moyles without his team of flunkies - a sad and lost specimen, divested of the props against which to bounce her personality. Ditch any fears about what others will think - a true Parisienne would rarely bother with such worries (see 10). Sunglasses make even Johnny Halliday look cool (sort of) and cover up puffy eyes caused by too many Gauloises. But, please, no coloured lenses. These are only excusable if you are in Atomic Kitten and then only out of pity

2: Your bag should be no bigger than your dog
And your dog, obviously, is one of those yappy little things (currently being popularised by various American heiresses on TV, although you, of course, pay no attention to the Americans). They are perfect for sitting on your lap while you sit decorously in a cafe, sipping your cappuccino, arguing with Bernard-Henri Lévy about how the 21st-century soul has lost its passion. Or something.
Bags should be hand-held, quilted if you are over 50 (that's right, we are talking Chanel, and we are talking lots of) or plain for the younger ones. Absolutely no rucksacks - such slobbiness is reminiscent of French exchanges, which is one facet of the country that probably did not inspire you to exalt Gallic chic.

3: Coordination is a beautiful thing
An English woman sees a skirt with a big floral pattern and thinks, "How sweet! I'd love to have that pattern on my new sofa, but, in the interim, I'll wear it on my legs. Sod the fact that I've got nothing that goes with it." A French woman would not even notice the skirt. A French woman coordinates her entire outfits days in advance, ensuring her socks match her hairclip, which matches her top, which matches her coat. Frightening, yes. But, dammit, they do look better than Britons dressed in loose covers.

4: The effort is always worth it
That means no outfits for bad-hair days/fat days/can't-be-arsed days. The irony about those outfits is that they actually make you look worse: no matter how fat you feel, wearing a big kaftan is going to make you look 10 times bigger. So, instead, slip into your little cropped trousers and pair them with ballet pumps. Yes, you will probably feel so miserable that you may have to crawl into a loo and break a mirror but, hey, at least you look good.

5: Pancake or au naturel
If you are over 35, slap on the full face of makeup, including lippy, before even your husband sees you in the mornings; if you are under 35, just keep it plain, with lipgloss. As in so many areas of life, boys have it even easier. Theirs is a choice between the shabby, unshaven man who resembles an extra from Jean de Florette and who, perhaps, is an occasional friend of absinthe, and his more groomed, handsome-to-the-point-of-silliness counterpart, best epitomised by Mr Kylie Minogue, Olivier Martinez. Happily, for any boys after the true Parisian look, both make one look like a character in a Truffaut film.

6: Think helmet hair
Not only in shape (although you should definitely bear this in mind after you blow out the candles on your 50th birthday cake), but colour. Parisian ladies favour the solid block of colour, not the streaky-bacon look that Americans prefer, with highlights strewn about, party streamer-like.
This epitomises the differences between the two countries: both are equally high-maintenance and arrogant, but whereas one revels in its nature, the other denies it is so and gives off the impression of chic simplicity. Ultimately, both are just as fussy as an uptown Manhattanite with extensive food allergies and a fondness for Egyptian sheets with a threadcount of 240.

7: Men wear scarves
There must be some law about this in Paris. Of the 37 males I counted in 15 minutes, 35 were wearing scarves and the other two had polo necks. Maybe they all have mucky necks. Or maybe they are so Frrrrrrench and sexy that the women cannot control themselves and cover them in lovebites. Whatever, it is a most dashing look in a Charles Lindbergh kind of way. But, um, French, naturellement.

8: Gold
Silver? Pah! But gold? Ah, ma cherie, c'est bon! They are quite right. Wear too much silver and you resemble a rock star's 16-year-old Sloaney daughter, or a Hell's Angel, or both. Yes, a knuckle slathered in gold will bring back memories of Joan Collins, but may I just take this opportunity to say that Joan's style tips have heretofore been underrated? Look at how well she has done: a handsome young man called Percy, regularly featured in the Daily Mail as a "style icon" - what more could you want?

9: Fur! Glorious fur!
Even in the summer, you love your skins. Think mink, think fox - do not think hamster. And remember, the bulkier your coat, the better to push people out of the way (see 10).

10: Be rude as hell
Stereotypes aside, I think we can all agree that the French have, shall we say, a fluid concept of manners. So be sullen, pushy and never let the words excusez-moi pass your lips, except in a sarcastic tone. And why not? You look great and you damn well know it. Plus, of course, smiling causes wrinkles.

Photo source: Hermès campaign 2006

Natalia Vodianova for Guerlain

I just saw these ads and found myself staring at them as if they were pieces of art. For a moment there I forgot how to breathe. Natalia did it again. She looks beautiful, stunning, sensual... Just unforgettable.

Source: guerlain.com

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