Add a bit of princess-like pink sparkle to your evenings out with this Marano Glitter-Finish Leather Clutch by Anya Hindmarch . Easily paired with neutral, gray, white, or black this clutch could be the timeless investment piece that always makes you feel uber feminine and gorgeous, without going overboard into gaudy territory. Glitter-sprayed leather on a gold frame features a designer-stamped push clasp fastener on top and an interior lined in light suede with a single, pink-trimmed pouch pocket
The subtle sheen on this Snake-Effect Leather Shoulder Bag by Milly gives the casual bucket-bag styling a nice “resort glam” upgrade, with just a hint of bohemian energy. Features on this shimmery cutie include a single bamboo top handle (a bit of matte earthy contrast) plus a detachable textured-leather shoulder strap, drawstring closure with bamboo-embellished leather tassels, goldtone hardware, protective feet, and a designer-stamped hanging charm.
Roberto Cavalli created something for the stand-out “love it or hate it” crowd with the Doctor Fringe Distressed Suede bag . If it said it was made of exotic Yeti skin I just might believe it. But no, all that crazy texture and movement comes from layer up on layer of distressed suede that’s been braided, knotted, tasseled and fringed to resemble something Tina Turner might carry in a Mad Max movie.
Derek Lam’s Fall 2011 Collection which was presented at NY Fashion Week this morning was nothing short of glamorous.
Even though it feels like we just survived Christmas and I’m still getting accustom to the fact that we are in the year 2011, it’s time to start thinking about our next shopping holiday – Valentine’s Day. It sounds crazy but it will be here before you know it
Crime buffs, take note: The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has just announced that several key landmarks in Tasmania, Australia have been added to the list of World Heritage Sites — all of them key to Australia’s convict history.
Daimler, the German parent company of Mercedes-Benz , has a long history of fuel cell development, as does Toyota . Both automakers have been busily developing their separate hydrogen fuel cell technology since the early 1990s, and it should come as no surprise that such projects don’t come cheap. As such, the two giant companies are reportedly pounding out a partnership that will see them jointly developing hydrogen fuel cell technology