Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Glorious Fall 2019

Wake up it's November 2019! Fall has never looked so 
stunning .   Pull out the sweaters and boots and  give yourself a new hair do or color.   Have fun with the season and most of all
start your day with all good thoughts. 
Will try my best to bring more posts.
Have lots of great advice for
keeping up with your beauty and health

                          Gotta love the short
bulky turtlenecks   

Thursday, April 25, 2019

White Suits for Spring

Spring is here ! 
What sums up a stylish look better then a white suit!
Sometimes we tend to think white should be worn on the thinnest of body
types.   However,  because of the trend for larger jackets this season
It's an opportunity to wear that chic white jacket and slack or trouser.
Send me you comments or photos on your favorite white  suit

Happy Spring1

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Pretty in Pink 2019

Consider the possibilities of pink!
Brighten your day or someone else with a
fashion statement of sugar and spice and everything nice.
The color of pink represents friendship, affection, harmony, inner peach and approachability.
psychology speaking pink is a sign of hope.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Farewell Collection Karl Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld’s last collection for Chanel opened with a minute’s silence for the late designer on Tuesday, as friends, collaborators and fans turned out in Paris to remember his 35 years as the creative force behind the French couture house.
Conceived before his death at 85 in late February, the extravaganza transformed the catwalk into a typically over-the-top winter wonderland, complete with wooden chalets and smoking chimneys, sealing Lagerfeld’s reputation at the pinnacle of fashion showmanship.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Karl Lagerfeld 2033-2019

                                                Karl Lagerfeld  2033-2019
                                             Master designer of Chanel   (RIP)
Karl gave conflicting accounts about his birth year and fabricated tales of noble blood. But the German newspaper Die Welt revealed in 2013 that he was born Karl Otto Lagerfeld in Hamburg, Germany, on Sept. 10, 1933.
His first gig was an apprenticeship with designer Pierre Balmain, which he parlayed into positions at Patou and Chloe. He joined Italian brand Fendi in 1965 and was elevated to design chief in 1977, a position he maintained until his death.
Lagerfeld helped make “Paris the fashion capital of the world and Fendi one of the most innovative Italian houses,” said Bernard Arnault, CEO of Fendi’s parent company, LVMH.
Lagerfeld took the reins at Chanel in 1983, when the design house had laid fallow for nearly a decade after the death of its legendary matron, Coco Chanel. He took the brand in another, more modern direction.
“What I have done, Coco Chanel would never have done. She would have hated it,” he once said according to the 2013 collection of his aphorisms, “The World According to Karl.”
Lagerfeld modernized Chanel’s signature skirt suits and expanded the company’s footprint in the 1980s by opening some 40 boutiques around the world.
“Today, not only have I lost a friend, but we have all lost an extraordinary creative mind to whom I gave carte blanche in the early 1980s to reinvent the brand,” Chanel CEO Alain Wertheimer said.
But the outspoken designer also raised hackles for a litany of off-color remarks — such as when he called Adele “a little too fat” in 2012, and claimed Kim Kardashian was asking for it when she was robbed of $11 million in jewelry in 2016.
Lagerfeld, who lost his husband to AIDS in 1989, was intensely private about his personal life. 
But he did shine the limelight on one family member — his beloved Siamese cat, Choupette, who became an Instagram star. 
“She is spoilt, much more than a child could be,” he told The Associated Press in 2013.
Lagerfeld’s health had reportedly been declining for years. Many feared he’d taken a turn for the worse when he didn’t show up for Chanel’s January haute couture show in Paris. 
“Why should I stop working?” he told VogueTV in 2012. “If I do, I’ll die and it’ll all be finished.”