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Chanel stages

Tue, 12/06/2011 - 11:41PM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

While the rest of the world suffers from the economic downturn, Karl Lagerfeld appeared to spare no expense for the latest Chanel extravaganza.

The Metiers d'Art show, launched in 2003 as a homage to the label's workshop, saw the Grand Palais in Paris transformed into an Indian-themed dinner party today.

Guests sat at banquet tables, which doubled as a runway, compete with chandeliers, opulent candle-sticks - and a feast fit for a king.


They dined using gold-plated cutlery and were served by waiters throughout the show - a far cry from the champagne and canapes usually served.

But the event was tinged with a touch of sadness as couturier Francois Lesage, head of the renowned embroidery atelier acquired by Chanel in 2002, died last week, aged 83.


Kate‘s looking at the Royal Albert Hall

Tue, 12/06/2011 - 11:38PM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

The group were greeted by singer and X Factor judge Barlow, who is donating the profits from the evening to the Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry, of which Kate is a patron, and the Prince’s Trust.


Street Style

Mon, 12/05/2011 - 2:37AM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

Celebrity Street Style of the Week: LeAnn Rimes, Zoe Saldana, & Ashley Tisdale



Kim Kardashian fears her baby dreams

Tue, 11/29/2011 - 9:40PM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

Now, in a surprisingly frank interview with the U.S edition of Glamour magazine the 31-year-old reality star has revealed she believes her dreams of a family are unlikely to be realised.

Girlie sleepover? While the covershoot might show Kim smiling the interview reveals she has realised she will not get what she wants in romance and believes she isn't meant to have children


Who's that girl?

Tue, 11/29/2011 - 9:38PM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

Brit actress Felicity Jones, 28 has been picked to front Dolce and Gabanna's latest campaign

Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell and Madonna are a just some of the leading ladies that have starred in Dolce & Gabanna campaigns.

But taking a different tactic the Italian luxury brand has employed a little-known actress from Birmingham to front its latest collection.

Sporting a porcelain complexion and chestnut locks, 28-year-old Felicity Jones first made a name for herself in the Nineties children's drama The Worst Witch as Ethel Hallow.

But over recent years she has appeared in a number of Hollywood features working with the likes of Maggie Gyllenhaal,Rupert Everett and Guy Pearce and she has been likened to English roses Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan.


Victoria strutted though the airport as if she was on the catwalk

Sun, 11/27/2011 - 12:50AM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

Victoria strutted though the airport as if she was on the catwalk


Victoria Beckham and baby Harper

Sun, 11/27/2011 - 12:48AM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

Victoria Beckham and baby Harper looked chic as they arrived at LAX


Harper Seven Beckham has a wardrobe to rival a Vogue editor, and today she almost upstaged her mother in a darling striped dress.

Her mother looked impeccably stylish as usual, in a plaid shirt with a white collar and white A-line skirt cinched with a skinny leather belt.

Unburdened by luggage she had her baby casually resting on one hip while her other hand was in her pocket, showing off her ensemble as a model would in one of her fashion shows

Harper looked fascinated by her surroundings, but Victoria kept her face hidden behind large black sunglasses and kept her face turned towards her child.


Vintage for memorable wedding

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 7:22PM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

Want a truly memorable wedding where young and old enjoy themselves equally? Go vintage.

It makes a great theme for a mehndi or reception and is something the older generation gets caught up in as well, since the clothes, styling and music from that era are all up their street. Vintage doesn't just have to be a theme, though. Your mother's (or grandmother's even) trunks can be a great place to find treasures you can use stylishly.

In the West, girls often re-fit their mothers' wedding gowns to make their outfit even more special. If that's not an option for you, there's still way to use her old, heavy saris creatively.

Turn a heavy brocade into contrast blouses - or get a long brocade jacket tailored to wear over a light churidar kurta. Use a printed sari to make a patterned churidar.


Color, lace, sparkle inspire holiday party dresses

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 7:16PM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

The little black dress has some competition this party season.

"The little black dress never goes out of style," says Gregg Andrews, Nordstrom fashion director. "But if you want to get noticed, and really have that festive feeling, you might want to invest in color, such as deep shades of reds and purples and teals. They look beautiful and are flattering against any skin tone. It's fun to not go with the obvious color choice."

Another way to venture beyond the LBD is with a season-less metallic silver or bronze, Andrews says.

Red and cobalt are hot colors, says Connie Marsh, trend director of Dots. Cobalt, in particular, looks exciting and new. Jade is another jewel tone emerging this year, Marsh says.

"You can never go wrong with jewel tones, especially around the holidays," says Tracey Lomrantz, contributing style editor for Glamour magazine. "Citrus hues are also having an unexpected moment for winter. Orange is a brilliant way to stand out in a crowd. We're seeing a lot of cocktail frocks with sleeves this season, especially lace ones. I'd call it the Kate Middleton effect. Leather is also a really great and unexpected option."

When it comes to holiday dressing, Lomrantz says, pile on the glitz with a statement necklace or some sparkly earrings that will frame your face perfectly. Colored or textured hose can escalate the chic factor.

And if you decide to go with black, change it up a bit.

"Black looks newest in lace, sparkle and glitter," Marsh says. "Lace and sequins update the black dress, too, especially in accessories. Update a little black dress by adding a sequin belt, a glitter pump or a lace shrug, or a fascinator as a fresh look for hair accessories."

The sequin dress is a hot option, says Marissa Rubin, senior market editor for People Style Watch, as are bold colors, such as emerald greens and burgundies. Blush tones also are making it into holiday dressing, Rubin says.

"This season, there is not one particular style of dress, so choose the one that is most figure-flattering and what you feel best in," Rubin says.

Marissa Rubinetti, David's Bridal special occasion expert, agrees that women can update their look by donning a beautiful blush color, like light pink or lilac, or, for a bolder look, rich jewel tones, including purple and royal blue.

"This season, sweetheart necklines and one-shoulder stunners inspired by the latest designs on the runway and red carpet are very popular," Rubinetti says. "Ruched silhouettes, three-dimensional flowers, cascading ruffles and crystal embellishments add the perfect touch of style and elegance to any look."

This season's wow factor comes from rhinestone jewelry, flirty handbags and feathered fascinators, Rubinetti says.

Be sexy without being too revealing by following the trend of wearing a short dress with long sleeves, says Kimberly Collins, vice president of simplydresses.com and promgirl.com.

A long gown -- from one that goes to the floor to options such as mid-calf and below-the-knee -- can create a retro feeling, Rubin says.

Length depends on your preference and body type, Andrews says. The most flattering skirt lengths are from right above the knee to right below the knee, he says.

For footwear, a heel is a must, Andrews says, although how high you go is up to you. Make sure you try on the garment with the proper shoes.

If the dress is fairly simple, complement it with a statement necklace or pair of earrings. If it has some embellishment, choose a more understated accessory, Andrews says.

If that doesn't suit you, a lot of women will go with a more subdued dress and then show off a great shoe, so the dress is the canvas and the accessories become the focal point.

"And don't forget about your undergarments, because you need the proper undergarment so you won't be pulling or tugging at the dress all night long," Andrews says. "Don't let it become a battle between you and the dress."


New Trend: Modern Metallics

Thu, 11/17/2011 - 10:16PM by fashion4queen 0 Comments -

Metallics are a huge trend this season, they’ve been reinvented, modernised, sharply cut and demurely designed. Whether you’re off to a Christmas party, a date with the boyfriend, or just lunch with the girls there’s a metallic to suit every occasion.

Designers who set the trend this season opted for a warm gold or a cool silver, and blue tones which in my opinion, makes metallic trousers that extra cool and more wearable.

There’s lots of ways to wear this trend, whether it’s a gold top with a pair of black trousers or go for some silver trousers with an oversized knit.