Geneva fashion watch Stainless Steel Crystal accented Butterfly design Weighs about 84 grams A classic watch! This stainless steel round-face watch is accented with criss-crossed crystal stones. A pave-encrusted butterfly sits beautifully on the right corner of the watch while three other butterflies are embossed on the mother of pearl inner surface. Truly elegant and
The other day I wandered into Céline on Madison Avenue. I was looking for spring clothes. Actually, I girded myself for the trip. Ever since I found a pair of black Céline trousers at Barneys with a hangtag that said I could always get that same style year in and year out, I’ve thrown my
Designer Lilly Pulitzer walks down the runway at the Lilly Pulitzer Couture Spring 2005 fashion show during the Olympus Fashion Week Spring 2005 at the Plaza in Bryant Park, Sept. 12, 2004 in New York City. Pulitzer died on April 7, 2013. She was 81. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Photos: Fashion Designer Lilly Pulitzer Dies Entertainment
Cool Binary LED Digital Man Lady Leather Watch LED digital lights yellow & red Japanese movements Length: ~ 24cm Watch case: ~ 3.4 x 4cm Cool Binary LED Digital Man Lady Leather Watch This is a quality digital watch with LED lights to display time. It is very attractive for its glowing in the dark.
This gorgeous coffee-table book, with a foreword by influential jeweler Gerda Flöckinger, showcases classic vintage jewelry from the past 100 years. Featuring examples that epitomize the iconic styles of each decade, it offers an overview of the most influential designers (including Tiffany, Cartier, Fabergé, and Chanel), their sources of inspiration, and materials of choice. Photos
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In name, at least, “Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity,” the thrilling, erudite show opening to the public on Tuesday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, sounds like a double dose of pandering. Impressionism and fashion? The pairing portends blockbuster-bundling and seems so excessive as to be unhealthy — possibly illegal — like 32-ounce sodas. Brace for