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Fashion & Film - Klute

Klute (1971)
Is the story of a detective whose good friend suddenly goes missing. The only clue he can find is that his friend visited a call girl Bree (Jane Fonda). While investigating Bree he discovers that someone is following her.

The plot of the story honestly less then thrilled me but Jane Fonda was inspirational (she won an oscar for…

Added by Michelle A. Holloway on March 27, 2010 at 3:33pm — 2 Comments

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Added by Michelle A. Holloway on March 8, 2010 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Fall 2010 3.1 Phillip Lim

I hate playing favorites, but Phillip Lim makes it impossible not to! I have finally had time to review all of New York Fashion week and I am declaring Phillip Lim 3.1 as my favorite show!… Continue

Added by Michelle A. Holloway on February 20, 2010 at 3:36pm — 3 Comments

Make-Up Is The Price Worth the Product?

I have always been a devoted Sephora and Department Store cosmetic consumer however, my planned move to London in May has given me a really good reason to cut back. In review of my budget I found an area that I may be going overboard .... Cosmetics and Skincare. I'm 21 and always getting compliments on my skins clarity yet I still feel the need to have the best. To be honest I can't remember the last time I went into Sephora and spent less then $100 (the beauty rewards gifts always get me to… Continue

Added by Michelle A. Holloway on January 19, 2010 at 12:08pm — No Comments

Best Dressed Golden Globes 2010

This is what I loved

This Veneta dress is amazing! I love the color it is amazing!

January Jones was on a lot of worst dress list but I think this Lanvin is great I love the revealing sides it is so unexpected

Jessica Lowndes looked very polished .... loved the entire look!

This is what I hated…


Added by Michelle A. Holloway on January 19, 2010 at 1:00am — No Comments

Art Nouveau Inspired Fashion

Art Nouveau is french for new art and it was an international movement that took place from 1890-1905. Today it is still apparent in the fashion world and in designers inspirations.

>The curve design was mainly a product of this movement

>Full skirts and sleeve also signify this movement

>Garments usually made of soft materials and colors

As a whole the movement relaxed clothing and made it more practical for modern women.


Added by Michelle A. Holloway on December 10, 2009 at 12:15am — No Comments

Anchors and Nautical Themed Clothing

So last year about this time I was dating someone in the Navy (who kind of turned out to be a loser), when he left for bootcamp I was somehow compelled to get a anchor tattoo on my foot. Lots of people criticized that decision of mine but I have to say I love it. I have now created at least three stories to explain why I got it and alternate telling people them. (One is about how I just love J. Crew so much) Regardless I feel that the nautical theme is one that we will see appear in every… Continue

Added by Michelle A. Holloway on May 2, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Size Integrity

The number one annoyance I face when helping customer is answering there sizing questions. Do your pants run big? If I am a 6 at Express what size am I here? While I can only try my best to answer these questions in all honesty there is no standard right answer to the question of what size a client is. During this past holiday season I was confronted with this similar question and answered to my best ability that in general I thought the pants in question ran true to size as far as our store's… Continue

Added by Michelle A. Holloway on April 30, 2009 at 6:53pm — No Comments

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