Known for elaborate beading and Swarovski-encrusted gowns, Tony Bowls continues to create dresses that turn girly girls and lovely ladies into stars. He opts for feminine designs that play with beautiful colours and flattering silhouettes.
American Idol runner-up Lauren Alaina wore his designs on the show, proving that he continues to flawlessly create for the young female consumer. This summer, Bowls will be launching his first shoe and accessory line. Looking towards celebrities like Lady Gaga and Twilight’s Ashley Greene for style inspiration, Bowls has set out to create fashion-forward pieces. “It’s like a whole new generation of young social customers out there,” says Bowls. “They make it challenging, which is why I love it.” Read more
Whether a bright sun or a swarm of dark clouds consume the sky today, step out into the world wearing these effortlessly fierce fall fashions.
Stand out in the stormiest of weather in this electric turquoise number you can pull off from
9 to 5 – and after hours, too. www.inwear.com
This season, the bolder the better. Play up a simple outfit by having fun with this chunky twisted necklace. www.anthropologie.com
A sharp coat is always a great way to finish off your look. Aim for one like this must-have trench. Read more
Help your little ones show off their individuality, creativity and style with some items they’ll enjoy using just as much as you’ll enjoy finding them here.
1. This John Deere fabric crayon roll will help prevent your kids’ crayons from getting broken or lost. www.etsy.com
2. Get your little girl ready for a play date or outing with mommy and daddy by putting her in this cute peasant dress. www.etsy.com
3. Bring the beauty of the outdoors in with this cherry blossom tree wall sticker decal art that is colour customizable. www.etsy.com
4. Help your young ones get used to telling time with these cool, artistic timepieces wrapped around their little wrists. Read more
Blooming designers and flirty fashionistas all around town are turning to blushing hues and floral prints for spring 2010. If fashion characterizes the expression of mood and personal style, the floral print is certainly a direct statement of the season. Over the last year we have seen the greeting of the garden print trend make an entrance onto the fashion scene. As we carry over to this season, the trend is accelerating at full force with noteworthy designers who are excited to reinvent these playful prints in an array of flattering compositions.
Among the many competing brands are Soaked in Luxury and Anthropologie. Their collections teem with flirtatious lace, gorgeous prints, and stunning silhouettes. Accentuating feminine curves is on the agenda this spring, and the key to the season is the radiance of playful pieces. Read more
Glitz and glam is back. After last autumn’s neutral-toned ensembles, this season’s embellished necklines and bedazzled pieces are primping you for the sparkling winter season to come. Canadian designer Franco Mirabelli’s fall collection sparkles and shimmers just a little brighter, drawing in an audience ready for precisely contoured suiting and textured solids paired with extravagant costume jewelry. Keep an eye out for a classic-cut peacoat, asymmetrical lines and fun fur textures that Mirabelli blends with classy contemporary pieces. The simple solids matched with eye-catching accessories will have you all polished up for a day at the office or a night out at a hot spot. Read more