My mom can be a challenging one to please; the first few times I treated her to flowers for Mother’s Day she semi-complained, “Flowers die, don’t waste your money!”
One of history’s most famous queens may have ended her life thousands of years ago, yet the name “Cleopatra” alone conjures up images of golden chariots, breathtaking costumes, and dashing suitors willing to give everything up for her love. Only Hollywood’s most captivating actresses, like Elizabeth Taylor and Angelina Jolie, could be considered to play <... >
You can’t look at the new Madison Square Park by Bond No. 9 bottle and not smile. The hot pink flacon rocking its funky green rose bracelet (which can also be used as a pin) hits you like a laser eraser and rids you all recent memories of snow boots, Wellies and furry hats. One <... >
April is officially Earth Month, which means it’s time to get eco-conscious! Mother Nature can be any girl’s best friend, especially when there’s plenty of environmentally friendly beauty products on the market.
Appreciating a great perfume is surprisingly similar to appreciating a great book. Actually, fragrances and stories are structurally similar, with a beginning, middle, and end.
With just a hint of spring in the air, this uplifting Clinique trio will see you through winter’s end and well into spring – and may even put a little skip in your step.
Just as running your hands over a really expensive, finely crafted fashion accessory such as a luxurious handbag or a hand-woven silk scarf, experiencing an Ormonde Jayne by Linda Pilkington perfume is a similar experience. The quality is undeniable and a joy to experience. Sadly, the exquisite perfumes aren’t sold in a US shop, but <... >
Queen Marie Antoinette of France lived for only 37 years and although the doomed royal met a grisly end over 200 years ago in 1793, she continues to be one of the most iconic fashionistas to have ever existed. The golden haired royal only wore the newest couture from Parisian designer Rose Bertin, proudly displayed <... >
Lana Turner didn’t have any speaking lines in her first film, 1937’s They Won’t Forget, yet the world would always remember her. The 16-year-old brunette strutted down the streets in a pencil skirt and skintight sweater, instantly launching her rise to stardom. With the help of a glamorous makeover, “the sweater girl,” who was discovered <... >
Iconic French candle maker Cire Trudon has just arrived in Nolita to open its first boutique since 1884 in Paris. But calling Cire Trudon merely a candle shop is like calling Christian Louboutin just a shoe store. These are candles for champagne living! Posh is in Cire Trudon’s roots. Started by entrepreneur Claude Trudon in <... >