Best Dressed: Oscars '11

To be honest I didn't think there were a ton of hits on the Oscars 2011 red carpet.  But, a few women (and one girl) looked fantastic.  Mila Kunis' dress seemed like it was made for her, and how perfectly lovely and age-appropriate was Hailee Steinfeld?

The hit list: Mila Kunis in Elie Saab Haute Couture, Anne Hathaway in vintage Valentino Haute Couture, Sandra Bullock in Vera Wang, Cate Blanchette in Givenchy Haute Couture, Hailee Steinfeld in Marchesa and Mandy Moore in Monique Lhuillier.

-images via Just Jared-


Everyone's IT Bag

{Céline Clutches}

It seems that lately Céline bags are all the rage.  For months their totes have had me wishing I had a (much) higher handbag budget, and the past few weeks street style blogs have been filled with photographs of these fantastic, simple clutches tucked under stylishly-clad arms on their way to the F/W shows.  Needless to say, I was pretty happy to discover that there's a wallet-friendly alternative out there that won't have me breaking the bank in the name of accessorizing.  Pictured below with Carolina Engman, American Apparel's $53 version is affordable, available online, and the perfect IT bag for spring.
{American Apparel Clutches}


NY F/W11 Highlight Reel (2)

{3.1 Phillip Lim}

{Monique Lhuillier}

{Hervé Léger by Max Azria}


{Carlos Miele}

{Moncler Grenoble}

{Kevork Kiledjian}

{Rag & Bone}

{Oscar de la Renta}


-images via style.com-


Du Coeur À Tes Lèvres, Je Deviens Un Casse-Tête

Pretty French songs from a lovely & talented Quebec artist: Coeur De Pirate.


Currently Loving...

{Team Olsen Bartending At Bergdorf Goodman, Fashion's Night Out 2010}

{The Infamous Deleted Photo From The September Issue}

{Concrete Jungle Where Dreams Are Made Of}

{Chanel Bags}

{Banksy's Save Or Delete Jungle Book}

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