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Friday, May 29, 2009

This Roger Vivier Clutch Can Be Yours In 1 Hour 30 Minutes!!

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Viva la Vivier
Many women are forever indebted to French designer Roger Vivier for his glamorous invention, the stiletto heel. But Vivier also made quite a name for himself in the realm of handbags, using the square buckle he made famous in the 1960s on his "pilgrim pump". Branded with the iconic square buckle, a Vivier can be spotted from a mile away and serves as a testament to the wearer's classic sense of style. Whether it's suede, metallic, python, or leather, a Roger Vivier handbag is feminine, subtle, and timeless, just like you.
Roger Vivier studied sculpture at l'Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris and designed shoes for Christian Dior for a decade before creating his own classic label. An impressive group of A-listers champion Roger Vivier designs (think Ava Gardner, Queen Elizabeth II, Katie Holmes, and Jennifer Aniston, to name a few) and it's no wonder why. Whether a clutch or a handbag, Vivier bags exhibit a keen eye for line, form, and craftsmanship so that your arm candy is more than just a purse, it's a piece of art.

Monday, May 25, 2009

This MIU MIU Bag Can Be Yours In 10 Minutes!!

Young at Heart
Before each designer and her mother decided to introduce a "younger, hipper" spin-off line, there was Miu Miu. When the academic-turned-fashion designer Miuccia Prada launched her collection in 1992, it was the subject of some head-scratching. How could the Milan-based fashionista top the winning formula of Prada, her Italian megabrand which has launched countless trends and even more look-alike designs?
Easy. She did it by creating a collection that is equal parts serious fashion and serious fun: from sixties-style swing coats to colorful frocks to artful accessories. Perhaps that's why it's a favorite among the cool girls in Hollywood like Maggie Gyllenhaal, Selma Blair and Kirsten Dunst, who've all starred in Miu Miu's advertising campaigns. Now that's what we call a celebrity endorsement.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

This PRADA Bag Can Be Yours Tomorrow!

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Long before Prada became the label of choice for serious fashionistas, the Italian megabrand was just a no-fuss leather company with a knack for sturdy shoes and suitcases. But when Mario Prada's granddaughter, Miuccia Prada, took over the company in 1978, she rewrote the history books for both her family and the entire fashion industry.
It all started with a simple black nylon tote, which launched a thousand copycats and ushered in the utilitarian-chic look that dominated the 1990's. From there, Miuccia built a luxury fashion empire churning out everything from high-tech handbags to feminine, ethereal gowns, which are always coveted by red carpet regulars like Julianne Moore and Uma Thurman.