What better way to join the endless list of celebrity fans of Jules Smith than to win one of the famous vintage charm jellies that adorn the Hollywood elite! How to Play:
2. Go to the Jules Smith Facebook fan page and comment about what inspires you. Tell about an experience on vacation or a different country that made you think differently about fashion. And then tweet about it on twitter @Julessmithjewel. Be creative and have fun! Winner will be announced on July 30, 2009.
Each piece crafted by JULES SMITH designer Gina Nigrelli is inspired by runway trends of decades past, while infused with a modern twist. Nigrelli has managed to create new, fashion-forward pieces inspired by the free-spirit of the 70’s and the excess and glamour of the 80’s. JULES SMITH styles include bold cuffs, star motifs, engraved monochromatic animal print pieces, chain link silhouettes, vintage charms, rings and bangles.
JULES SMITH has become a favorite among A-list celebs including Lauren Conrad, Drew Barrymore, Lindsay Lohan, Angelina Jolie, and Audrina Patridge among others. In addition to being available for purchase at julessmithdesigns.com, the line can be found at many high-end retail establishments including Henri Bendel, Intermix, National Jean Company, Owls Lab, Scoop, Wink, Neiman Marcus – CUSP, Lisa Kline and Kitson.
New York Women Scare Robert Pattinson (Accidental Sexiness)
Michael Jackson Ghost Video On Larry King live (Daily Stab)
Latino Celebrity Week In Review: Mariah Carey + La La Vazquez +Jessica Alba and More (Hissip)
Couples Celebrity Style (I Need My Fix)
Drive A Celeb Drive (LUXAHOLICS)
Celebrity Watch Spotting (PrecisionTime Watch)
Where Have All The Shirts Gone (Socialites Anonymous)
Trendspotting: Denim With Holes….Lots Of Holes (Style Bakery)
Watch This Now: Coco before Chanel (Style It)
Edited by: STYLEMOM
The Fashion life cycle is ever evolving. Trends come and go faster than ever propelled by the information stream of online and social media. With each change comes a new perspective and new creative ideas flourish. Human survival demands that you must adapt and change with your environment in order to survive and this is also true of fashion.. Even old ideas sometimes are reinvented and come full circle creating an impact on the latest trends. This week’s links include everything from DIY and recycled style, to new discoveries and changes in the fashion industry, representing a testament to the constant evolution of fashion.
There’s the full version of Links á la Mode here in the forums… there’s a lot of great posts there too.
Links à la Mode : May 15th
- Birdie at Bonne Vie is the cat’s meow clawing away at the bitchy & snark to open the door for positive girl power.
- Capitol Girl spreads her wings with butterfly jewels
- Dramatis Personae spins the color wheel of life’s fashion journey
- Hong Kong Fashon Geek teaches you the ancient art of locking your love with your closet
- Dirty Laundry spin dries into bat girl the DIY superhero
- The Coveted shares DIY beauty secrets from around the world with Shalini Vadhera
- Paint it Noir shows the artistic inspiration behind stunning jeweled creations
- The Culturista shreds and threads the latest gospel of denim
- Little Black Book puts it’s Fashionista star on Mischa Barton’s style revival
- Ondo Lady has the fever for the latest fashion video epidemic plaguing the web
- In Life and Fashion takes boho chic to a new level with designer Anna Sui
- Style Symmetry shows off her joie de vivre as she reinvents flapper chic
- Fashion Grail gives a frugally haute interpretation of Reese Witherspoon’s look
- Fashion Matchmaker gives a costume critique of this years Met Gala
- A Celebration of Curves travels back to Woodstock with a Summer of Love
- Agent Dreamer discovers a retro chic eco-accessory on Etsy
- Fete a Fete shows off Anne Hathaway’s sexy side with a Lancome give away
- WorkChic shows the curvalicious ladies super fab scarf stylings
- Brick My Lane straps on the shoulder pads and shows off her killer legs for her birthday
- The Capitol Fashionista uses a small budget to make a big dazzling statement
- Retro Chick shares 3 ways to wear structured shoulders.
- STYLEMOM pontificates on the potential end of a fashion era for American Vogue Magazine
- Independent Fashion Bloggers- How to run a successful and stylish blog giveaway
Susan Boyle To Be On Oprah (Accidental Sexiness)
Cameron Diaz’s Wild Wedges for Less Bucks! (LUXAHOLICS)
Red Carpet: Stars At Star Trek (Stylebakery)
Steal Anne Hathaway’s Costume Institute Lancome Look (Style It Online)
STYLEMOM Night Out: Next Day Air Movie Premiere (STYLEMOM)
Zachary Quinto Visits Jimmy Kimmel (Accidental Sexiness)
Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum if Art (CelebGawking)
Victoria Beckham Launches The New Emporio Armani Women’s Underwear Campaign (Daily Stab)
Eva Longoria Goes Green and Wants You to Do the Same (Hissip)
Liv Tyler @ Time’s 100 Most Influential People Gala (I Need My Fix)
Beyonce’s Golden Nails (LUXAHOLICS)
Clooney’s Miami Mystery Date! (Accidental Sexiness)
Hot New Couple: Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox (Daily Stab)
It’s One Year of Wedded Bliss for Mariah and Nick Cannon (Hissip)
Star Trex’s Los Angeles Premiere (I Need My Fix)
Michelle Obama’s Haute Sneakers – For Less! (LUXAHOLICS)
What Was Anne Hathaway Thinking? (Style Bakery)
Hugh Jackman Opening Performance
Ben Stiller Does Joaquin Phoenix
Best Oscar Speech Ever! Kunio Kato For Best Animated Short
The Musical Is Back
Times selection of the fifty most exciting blockbuster films for the year ahead
2008 was something of a vintage year for popcorn-munchers (see our 2008 Top 50 here) . But is there a 2009 film that can equal the colossal success of The Dark Knight? Which hot franchises will step up to fill the spaces left by Batman, Bond and Indy?
We’ve taken a look through the studio schedules and picked out the most promising prospects for the coming year. History tells us that when times are tough, box office takings boom. Here’s our selection of the best films Hollywood has to offer us in 2009.
50: The Pink Panther 2 (February 2009)
Moviegoers might well be tempted by the impressive cast lining up for this wholly unnecessary sequel to a completely superfluous continuation of the once mighty comedy franchise. Steve Martin, Jean Reno, John Cleese and Andy Garcia may be acting greats, but for signing up to this they should hang their heads in shame.