Saturday, December 22, 2012

Forever 21 top

ALDO ring

Pendant

Belt

Belt

Belt (see more thin belts)

Scarve

Bracelet

Shoulder bag

ASOS dress

Michael Kors clutch

Women's Shoes, Ballet Flats, Heels & Pumps : New Arrivals | Tory Burch

Women's Shoes, Ballet Flats, Heels & Pumps : New Arrivals | Tory Burch

PARKER Stripe Sequin Dress in Teal at Revolve Clothing - Free...

Parker dress

Parker dress


Parker dress (see more cut out dresses)

I think this Parker Dress is so unique and great for the Holidays!

MARC BY MARC JACOBS Resort Uma Sweater in Tourmaline Green Melange at...

Sonia Kashuk's What's New - GOLDEN TICKET

Sonia Kashuk's What's New - GOLDEN TICKET


Sonia Kashuk's What's New - GOLDEN TICKET (clipped to polyvore.com)

I am wearing this color now! This color is popular this season...and who doesn't want a little glitz and glamour for the Holidays?

Meet Sonia Kashuk | Target's Icing

sonia kashuk | Meet Sonia


sonia kashuk | Meet Sonia (clipped to polyvore.com)


http://vimeo.com/28467779

Meet Sonia Kashuk.

This is a female role model for me. Although she has worked with top designers in the world as a make-up artist, she decided to take a business venture to market her very own "prestige" make-up line and sell it in Target locations. I truly believe you are getting a phenomenal quality but not for the price with every item in her collection! Her vision is so inspiring that it makes me want to see what she comes out with every season!

In 1999 the Sonia Kashuk beauty brand was born in partnership with Target stores. Sonia blurred the channel conflict between mass and prestige being the first make-up artist brand in the mass sector- an industry first.


In the fall of 2003, Sonia was presented with the prestigious Cosmetic Executive Woman Achiever Award in honor of her many accomplishments and unrelenting dedication.Allure named Sonia Kashuk one of the top innovators of the year in "The Influencers," which appeared in the March 2009 issue, being honored for being the first to bring prestige-quality makeup and accessories to the consumer at affordable prices.


Sonia Kashuk is currently Prevention's beauty columnist, offering monthly tips and product recommendations in "Sonia Says". Sonia also contributes regularly to DailyGlow.com's beauty coverage as a member of their expert panel.Click Here For Her Mini Biography

Sonia Kashuk's Limited Edition - GILDED CAGE SIX PIECE BRUSH SET

Sonia Kashuk's Limited Edition - GILDED CAGE SIX PIECE BRUSH SET


Sonia Kashuk's Limited Edition - GILDED CAGE SIX PIECE BRUSH SET (clipped to polyvore.com)

This is a great gift for the Holidays! Only at Target!


Sonia Kashuk - What's New

Sonia Kashuk - What's New


Sonia Kashuk - What's New (clipped to polyvore.com)


Metallics for the lips and nails is HOT this season!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Hukkster

Hukkster
HUKKSTER-One of the latest and greatest new sites!!!
1. Track products on sites you love.
2. Get notified when those products go on sale.
3. Buy when the time is right.


Hukkster (clipped to polyvore.com)

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Will Gap Help Intermix Expand and Launch Its Own Line? | Fashion411

Will Gap Help Intermix Expand and Launch Its Own Line? | Fashionista


Will Gap Help Intermix Expand and Launch Its Own Line? | Fashion411 (clipped to polyvore.com)

Gap‘s longtime turnaround efforts seem tofinally be yielding some positive results. So much so that another retailer might be looking to it for help.
Gap, Inc. is in talks with contemporary specialty boutique Intermix to embark on a not-yet-defined partnership. Khajak Keledjian, founder and chief executive officer of Intermix, told WWD, “Intermix is currently in discussions with Gap Inc. We are excited to potentially align with this iconic retailer to capitalize on the significant growth potential within the luxury market.”
A spokesman for Gap said they’re “excited by the brand’s business model and strong customer loyalty. And the luxury market offers significant growth potential within retail.”
So what do the two retailers stand to gain from one another?
Where Intermix, which has 33 stores nation-wide, might excel at merchandising and customer service, Gap’s strengths lie in advertising, mass production capabilities, a massive, international reach, and e-commerce.
WWD speculates that the partnership could yield a first-ever in-house line for Intermix:
[Intermix] hasn’t ruled out the possibility of working with a partner that also has some sourcing experience that can help Intermix launch its own private label.
That’s where Gap could come in and provide some expert merchandising and retail know-how, whether across the U.S. market or internationally, and even in the e-commerce arena, presuming the parties are able to reach an agreement.
That would make sense–in house lines have become increasingly popular for speciality retailers and can be a good profit generator.
E-commerce also seems like an area in which Intermix could improve (its site only carries a very limited selection of products), but it has some pretty stiff competition inShopbop and Net-a-Porter.
Gap isn’t necessarily at the top of the affordable mass retail game and Intermix isn’t necessarily at the top of the contemporary specialty retail game, but they’re both doing fine and perhaps together, they’ll be able to give their competition a run for their money.

topshop

topshop


topshop (clipped to polyvore.com)

This week, Sir Phillip Green finalized a deal with Leonard Green & Partners to sell a 25% stake in Topshop and Topman.
So what does that mean for Topshop? Major growth, especially in the U.S.
Green tells WWD the “very simple” plan is for Topshop and Topman to “double their size in the next three to four years.”
They’ll continue their relationship withNordstrom, where they installed shop-in-shops at 14 locations around the country earlier this year. “They’re still in the picture and we’re excited about developing with them,” said Green.
They also plan to open up shop in Los Angeles on February 14 followed by a second Manhattan location.
New co-owner LGP, who also invest in J.Crew, Neiman Marcus, and Whole Foods, among others, told Green they feel Topshop can go into “at least 50 cities.”
According to Green, Arcadia Group, which owns Topshop, is now debt-free, allowing them the “flexibility to look at other opportunities to consolidate or acquire,” which could mean adding real estate or another retail business to their portfolio.
According to Business Insider, shares in Marks & Spencer rose 1.5% due to speculation that Green, who tried to buy the retailer in 2005, might make them another offer.
Or perhaps, he’ll finally strike a deal with one of the celebrities he’s always having lunch with like Kanye West or Gwyneth Paltrow, or invest in his daughter’s green-soled shoe line.
The possibilities are endless, but what we can say for sure is that Topshop is poised for U.S. domination. We wonder if this means Americans will start dressing more hip and edgy, while the Brits, who are about to get their first J. Crew, will start dressing…even preppier?