Cuffington got service-y and helped us understand why not to wear heels in certain parts of San Francisco.
Always In Style reviewed a product where you can touch up your roots (and give yourself highlights) on the go.
The Business of Fashion reports on Barbie's influence on independent designers this Fall 09. Never thought we'd say that but then again, they probably didn't either.
Kiss and Makeup makes a case for purple frosted lipstick as seen in the Zac Posen Spring 09 show. Not fully convinced, but we like the positivity!
We know it's been a long, content-rich week, what with our new President and all, so here's a wind-down before you go off and enjoy a weekend plentiful with brunches, naps, and movie watching...
Now that we've all that costumery and rambunctiousness out of our systems, our Network Partners are getting serious and their posts are full of exciting fashion happenings...
December is one of the only months we actually attempt magazine reading, thanks to the holiday travel, and today Fashionologie got us excited for the December edition of British Vogue which will count as Kate Moss's 26th cover for the magazine.
If you're carrying a Goyard tote, chances are you're happy to have your label showing in the first place. M.I.S.S. Crew gave a shoutout to the newest limited edition offerings from the French company which will benefit cancer research at auction.
We'll just come right out and say it--it's been one long day and with the blustering, grey weather we'd much rather be reading than, well, writing. To that end, there's no better time for our last post of the day where we roundup links from our Network Partners. Fashion Binge posted on the Fred Flare store opening in Greenpoint and the goodies she covets from the store. Did someone say magic pyramid sweater? We're in. Any One Girl also got us inspired to wear fun cottonthings, today it was the Pegleg women's collection that did it for us. Trend de la Creme commented on the stylings of a certain Moscow Fashion Week show--let's just say we couldn't agree more. And, finally, giving us a dose of actual, tangible, you know, information, The Scented Salamander posted on the new perfume for men called Lyric by Amouage.