I’m so happy that the clutch bag is coming back this fall, I have like 50 and need to sport each and every one of them. They’ve been collecting dust for the past 6 years since cross bags and big purses have made their over long stay in the world of fashion. Here are some lovely pieces I found for just about every taste. I hope you enjoy them.
Or if you are anything like me, then you are going to save or sell everything you have for this beautiful, Pierre Hardy Ponyhair CV08 Clutch which can be pre-ordered at Barenys New York (a girl can only dream)…Happy clutch shopping!
Fall is coming in with full force. Colors are just as rich and bold as they have ever been, and just in time for the return of the sophisticated thin heel. Don’t forget your leopard prints; they are making a HUGE come-back this season right along with the ankle boot, and tons of gray.
I love a man that can dress. Being able to play with color and pulling it off is not easy for everyone, but once you have mastered this, it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. Not only does it make a man look confident, it also shows that he puts thought into his day. If you feel and look great, your day will be just as fantastic. Now, I have an accent piece addiction and an even bigger one when it comes to dressing a man, these basic pieces are just as simple for men, as they have been for women for years. Here are a few accent pieces a man can throw in to his gear to compliment his look.
Edin started following me on twitter right after I tweeted about the Eiffel Tower 2.5 years ago, and the rest has been as they say: Pho·tog history.
Edin was born in Chihuahua Mexico, but lived most of his young adult life in Reno, one day without hesitation he decided to venture off cross country with his camera, and by the time he turned around he had already settled into a cozy little loft on South Beach, making Miami his most precious muse yet.
I had been in search of a photographer for what seemed like forever, only because everyone in the social media world needs one, there’s no point in being a network junkie and not have photographer in your circle, it just doesn’t make any sense.
Out of the many people I could have possibly come into contact with, I’m glad I now have him in my life, he is absolutely amazing. Last summer I had a choice between a NYC, LA or Miami photographer for the NOH8 Campaign picture: A La Risky Business, and once I was given the OK, I just had to go with Edin. It would’ve been completely ridiculous of me not have picked him for such a campaign.
Like most people who come to Miami looking for inspiration, Edin has planted his roots in this beautiful city. Don’t be surprised if you find him around town doing fashion shows, climbing a building in Mid-Town for some crazy tutorial, jumping in a plane for some serious street photography, or simply laying low and taking shoots of the sunset. Also you can find his work by checking out his page, following him on twitter, and ‘liking’ him on facebook.