After receiving over 50 entries, we finally have a winner for the Lulu’s + Vogue Covergirl Contest! Quick fingered Fashion Bomber May… ….answered within minutes of posting! She said, “The cover girls are Beverly Johnson, Peggy Dillard, Sheila Johnson, Shari Belafonte, Kara Young, Karen Alexander, Naomi Campbell, Kiara Kabukuru, Oprah, Halle Berry, Liya Kebede, Jennifer Continue Reading
Mariah may have been going through her low Glitter phase with this single, but her songs are always winners in my book: Did anyone else cut the waist band off their jeans like Mimou? Ah, trends of days past… Enjoy!
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Bombshell Dania Ramirez arrived at the DJ Hero Launch in LA wearing fresh, funky, blue mascara: The look is certainly a throwback to the crazy colorful 80′s: But worn with a subdued eye shadow and pale lip color, blue mascara is a low cost way to make your look really pop! Get cool blue lashes Continue Reading
Last week we had a cute giveaway for the guys, but this week it’s all about the ladies! Today’s contest is sponsored by Lulu’s, an online boutique with the best options in fashion forward affordable clothing! Lulu’s is offering a $100 Gift Certificate to the Fashion Bombshell who can identify the cover models of the Continue Reading
This weekend the weather was *divine* so a few friends and I decided to go to the Georges Restaurant on top of the Centre Georges Pompidou. It is an absolutely gorgeous venue despite the expensive menu and snippy wait staff! On our way out, I caught sight of this young fashionisto: He looked city chic Continue Reading
If you have a pair of Loubie’s on your wish list, take a quick gander at the Christian Louboutin sale on Net-a-Porter’s offshoot, Outnet.com: I spied booties for $256, Ballerina Flats for $236 and strappy sandals for $530! Not certified steals, but at 40% off, it’s definitely worth a look! See more here.
With our new snapshot section, I find myself looking for and getting familiar with some of the world’s best fashion photographers. David LaChapelle stands out from the pack as he mixes religious and political messages with pop icons, exposing–in technicolor–the glorification of celebrity and the inconsistencies between what we claim to believe and what we Continue Reading