I'm totally obsessed with Gap Body Fit's new collection. Cannot wait to get my hands on some of this. It looks like it's just as adorable as LuLuLemon stuff except it is literally half the price! Run and get yourself some.
Does this look like it's worth $218? Whitney, I really love you so much and I love your style too but where do you get off charging $218 for a cheesy party dress? Just not feeling the Whitney Port for Piperlime collection. What do you think?
Deal: Up to 75% off bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses from Priscilla's collections such as Melissa Sweet, Reverie and Vineyard
When/Where: Friday, September 24 through Sunday, September 26. Fri—Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—5pm. Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Ave between 15th and 16th Sts (no phone)
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I had the pleasure the other night of meeting supermodel, Cindy Crawford to discuss her infomercial line, Meaningful Beauty. Before I go on, I just must say that Cindy is not human. She was so beautiful up close that I think I could just not stop staring. After seeing her in person I can assure you that she is not airbrushed. She was charming and clad in a Roberto Cavalli dress, which she said she got flack for behind the scenes for the dress’ S&M look.
But I digress, this post is not about Cindy’s everlasting beauty. So, to the issue at hand, Meaningful Beauty. So, here’s the deal, I have never been one for informercials, usually they turn me off and make me think that a product is crappy. However, I started whistling a different tune after I purchased the Bullet, which I still, one year later, am obsessed with. Enter open mindedness. Especially when you’re meeting with Cindy Crawford’s celebrity dermatologist, Dr. Jean-Louis Sebagh. Dr. Jean-Louis Sebagh is one of
Cindy (you know, my BFF Cindy) grew up in the
Dr. Sebagh, a most charming Frenchman, explained with sincerity and honesty that the French are famous for, that there is only so much you can do for your skin, which ages in 3 ways. The fat decreases, which is why people get injectables, the muscles get older, which is why people use Botox, but he said that still the surface needs to look good, the texture needs to stay soft and supple and that’s where Meaningful Beauty products can help.
Cindy’s regiment with the products goes like this: Cleanser, then Glycolic pads (somewhat similar to Stridex pads but with Glycolic acid), the Daily moisturizer, then at night she cleanses, uses the serum, then the night moisturizer and when she’s really dry she’ll use the extreme moisture mask. Cindy swears by the brightening serum too. She said it makes your makeup glide on and your skin glow! I can’t wait to try out the products!
My last advice I’ll leave you with that Dr. Sebagh gave us to keep our skin looking like Cindy is not to YoYo diet. He said that’s the roughest thing on your skin. All the stretching and sagging will leave you looking older. So keep a weight and stick to it! More to come after I try all these fantabulous products!
The products are available 24/7 on MeaningfulBeauty.com.
The products are available 24/7 on MeaningfulBeauty.com.Plus, they’re going to be available at Sephora starting on October 4th so you can bypass all the infomercial stigma and pick ‘em up on either!
DVF is always ahead of the game. During Fashion Week DVF in the meatpacking district hosted the debut of the DVF and HP Experience Lounge, a three-day, multi-media event to celebrate the second anniversary of Fashion’s Night Out on Friday, September 10th.
“Fashion’s Night Out was such an amazing success last year that we wanted to come up with a concept that would take it into the digital universe,” says Diane von Furstenberg. “The Experience Lounge is our way of inviting everyone to engage with the fashion community and also interact with DVF… and who better to create that interactive experience than HP?!”
The Lounge was hosted by Refinery29.com. HP transformed the DVF Gallery at 14th and Washington with cutting-edge fashion installations, HP TouchSmart PCs, notebook PCs and web-enabled printers. The DVF boutique was equipped with a “Fall Favorites” photo booth featuring DVF items curated by Refinery29’s editors. Photos can then be printed or will stream live into the lounge on social feed monitors.
Me, Aly Walansky and Jamie Sanders
We had such a fabulous time. Food was catered by Indochine. The mojitos were delish!
The DVF Collection was to die for. I loved all of the bright colors and of course how she matched up prints with other fabulous prints. It's not good that I'm already wishing it was summer again…