Celebrity Halloween Costumes That’ll Make You LOL

November 3, 2009

Dressing up as someone else is a job description in Hollywood, so it’s no surprise that stars pull out all of their tricks when Oct. 31 rolls around. We’ve rounded up the most creative, clever, and downright outrageous getups from A-list Halloween parties.

Kim Kardashian
Wonder how many guys stopped to stare at this woman.

We’re not sure if she’s trying to be a sad clown, a gothic Bozo, or a stripper, but if we’d hired her for our party, we’d demand a refund.

Christian Siriano
The designer channels the ultimate diva, Cruella de Vil. Hopefully the PETA protesters took the night off.

Jack Osbourne
It’s great that his uniform at Taco Bell doubles as a Halloween costume.

Mariah Careycos-mariah-carey-costume
We hope another firefighter is up in a tree rescuing her shirt.

Christina Aguilera and Jordan Bratman
It’s Halloween, not act-out-your-private-bedroom-fantasy night.

Paris Hilton and Three Oompa-Loompas
After wearing an orange jumpsuit (for like a minute) in jail, we don’t blame Paris for changing into a sexier jailbird suit.

Heidi Klum

Catwoman better watch her back. There’s a new sex kitten in town. Meow!cos-klum-cat-costume

Heidi Klum
When it comes to fashionable Halloween costumes, some years you’re in, and other times you look totally effing insane.

Alexis Bledel, Mena Suvari, and Simone Sestito
No jazz hands needed. This classy trio looks like they’ve just stepped out of a time machine from 1920.cos-bledel-suvari-costumes

Lo Bosworth
With all the drama on The Hills, maybe Lo should have dressed up as the Big Bad Wolf.cos-lo-bosworth-costume

Audrina Patridge
Someone should tell Audrina that Halloween is about dressing up, not just wearing an ugly dress and going crazy with the eye makeup.cos-audrina-patridge-costume

Source: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/celebrity/exclusive/celebrity-halloween-costumes


Posh: Solo music efforts a mistake

October 30, 2009

posh_ Victoria BeckhamVictoria Beckham has admitted that her much-mocked efforts at a solo chart career were a “mistake”.

The former Spice Girl, who has now transformed herself into a fashion designer, claimed the whole episode was because she was a “bit lost”.

Victoria was caught up in an infamous chart battle with Sophie Ellis-Bextor for her first effort outside her girl group – teaming up with Truesteppers and Dane Bowers for Out Of Your Mind – and was beaten to No 1 in 2000.

However she managed three more top ten hits over the next few years, her last in 2004.

In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar magazine, she said: “People never believed the solo singing career, and it wasn’t the real me – I was a little bit lost at the time. I don’t mind making mistakes. I just can’t live with anyone else’s mistakes.”

“I’m a complete control freak. I’m not the easiest person to work with because I’m so passionate and being a working mum, it’s a balancing act.”

Victoria is the cover star of the new edition of the magazine, out on Thursday, in which she features in a series of noir-style fashion shots wearing outfits such as an Yves Saint Laurent leather bodysuit.

And she says that fashion is her true calling rather than the years of performance for which she trained.

“I just want to learn as much as I can. I was always pushed into the theatre and dance – it’s just taken me a long time to figure out what I wanted to do,” she said.

Source:  http://www.mirror.co.uk/celebs/latest/2009/10/30/posh-solo-music-efforts-a-mistake-115875-21785710/

10 Most Stylish Stars of the Month!

October 13, 2009

Emma Watson

Number :1

Who: Emma Watson
Wore: Burberry
Where: The Burberry After Party, London
When: September 22, 2009
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Photo: Style.com

Taylor Swift

Number :2

Who: Taylor Swift
Wore: Kaufman Franco dress with Lorraine Schwartz jewels
Where: The MTV Video Music Awards, New York
When: September 13, 2009
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Photo: Newscom.com

Leighton Meester

Number :3

Who: Leighton Meester
Wore: Bottega Veneta dress and clutch, Roger Vivier shoes and Cathy Waterman jewels
Where: The Emmy Awards, Los Angeles
When: September 29, 2009
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Keke Palmer

Number :4

Who: Keke Palmer
Wore: D&G
Where: Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood Party, Los Angeles
When: September 25, 2009
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Kristen Stewart

Number :5

Who: Kristen Stewart
Wore: Valentino dress paired with Rock & Republic shoes and House of Lavande jewelry
Where: The MTV Video Music Awards, New York
When: September 13, 2009
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Photo: WireImage.com

Victoria Justice

Number :6

Who: Victoria Justice
Wore: BCBG Max Azria
Where: Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood Party, Los Angeles
When: September 25, 2009
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Miranda Cosgrove

Number :7

Who: Miranda Cosgrove
Wore: Julia Clancey
Where: The MTV Video Music Awards, New York
When: September 29, 2009
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Photo: Newscom.com

Blake Lively

Number :8

Who: Blake Lively
Wore: A tiered cream frock
Where: Anna Sui for Target
When: September 9, 2009
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Photo: Montrose

Chanel Iman

Number :9

Who: Chanel Iman
Wore: A neon pink mini
Where: Fashion’s Night Out, New York City
When: September 10, 2009
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Photo: Montrose

Lauren Conrad

Number :10

Who: Lauren Conrad
Wore: 3.1 Phillip Lim
Where: 3.1 Phillip Lim’s Spring 2010 presentation, New York
When: September 16, 2009
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Photo: Montrose

Source: http://www.teenvogue.com

2010 Spiky Men’s Hairstyles

September 11, 2009

If you are a fan of cool spiky hairstyle, relax because this hairstyle will be still in fashion for 2010. For colder months select a medium length of your hair. Here are some pictures of short spiky hairstyle for men.mens-hairstyle-2010
Stylish spiky hairstyle for men suitable for Fall/Winter 2010.
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spiky-mens-hair=2010 =02Cute short Men’s haircut suitable for Spring/Summer 2010.

Source: http://fashionmagazine-best.com/

The Prom Hairstyle for 2010

September 11, 2009

A beautiful Prom Hairstyle is one of the most important details for the prom night. Undoubtedly, every teenager dreams of an unforgettable hairstyle and it’s a difficult choice to make. Prom hairstyles trends keep changing as other fashion statements every year. You will find here interesting suggestions for your Prom night for 2010.prom-hairstyle-2010Beautiful long blond Hairstyle for the Prom.prom-hairstyle-2010 = 01Cute loose hair Prom hairstyle.
prom-hairstyle-2010 = 02Elegant Prom up-do.
prom-hairstyle-2010 = 03Sophisticated Prom Hairstyle with hair accessories.prom-hairstyle-2010 = 04You will be noticed wearing this amazing Prom Hairstyle.prom-hairstyle=2010 = 05Prom Hairstyle with accessories.

Source: http://fashionmagazine-best.com/

Designer Suzi Roher creates fashion belt for Swarovksi

August 29, 2009

Suzi_Roher_swarovskiToronto-based fashion belt designer Suzi Roher was asked by Swarovski to design a custom one-of-a-kind belt to be showcased at Swarovski’s New York showroom and at various events throughout the United States. The showroom is located at the famous 30 Rockerfeller Center in the heart of New York City.

“Swarovski is a world leader in man-made crystal,” stated Suzi Roher. “They are recognized for their strict demand for quality and design. Being a part of this and their brand, reflects strongly on us. We jumped at the opportunity to participate.”

Suzi Roher creates her eclectic, custom, handmade belts in the belief that women appreciate an element of fantasy. Buyers are consistently impressed by the incredible range of colors and fabrications, which enables Suzi to tailor a collection to a store’s specific needs. Some styles in her collection include belts with elastic under the hardware creating versatility and adjustability, without sacrificing comfort for style.

Roher elaborates on the belt (style No.3636), “It’s a piece of jewelry that is all rhinestone with the appearance of a crown or butterfly. A dressy belt, that is self-adjusting for the waist or the hip, and makes any outfit spectacular. A definite show-stopper.”

The Suzi Roher collections have always incorporated some Swarovski crystals and the upcoming Holiday 2010 collection is no exception. Some other Suzi Roher belts (style 5119 and 5096 among others) that incorporate Swarovski crystals are for sale through suziroher.com.


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The Little Black Magic

August 15, 2009

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Little Black dressFashion-trends are cyclic in nature, the history of women’s fashion has witnessed many trends coming in and fading away eventually. But there are some trends which not only survived beyond a certain time frame but reinvented themselves thereby becoming immortal.

These classics are not mere designs but visions drafted with utmost purity and clarity in terms of design processes.

Little black dresses

Little Black dress 01The little black dress is a semi-formal evening wear outfit with simple cuts and short length originally made popular in the 1920s by veteran designer called Coco-Chanel.

Projected by Chanel to be a long-lasting, versatile, affordable, and accessible to the widest market possible and in a neutral color.

Through this paper we would be discussing the power of this sensuous outfit after all it doesnt happens everyday in the fashion world where a designs continued ubiquity is such that many refer to it by the abbreviation LBD.


Little Black dress 02Wearing the color black and mourning used to be occasions going hand in hand, black a neutral among other colors was always offered a step treatment, a subject of detest, something which everyone would like to avoid coming across.

With painters painting black as evil, authors writing about the negativity associated with, it was nothing more then a symbol of fatality and casualty. For example the painting called Portrait of Madame X, by John Singer Sargent.

First the world war-1 and next the deadly Spanish flu knocking the doors, many lifes were lost in Europe, as a result women appearing in black in public became a common site. To add to that since during the Victorian and the Edwardian ages, a widow was expected to wear several stages of mourning dress for at least two years.

Deep or full mourning would require them to conceal themselves in complete black clothing with no decoration being encouraged at all for the first year. Even the fabric chosen used to be coarser and of most inferior quality possible. During the next year however they could afford wearing silk in black.