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This Little Piggy Went Partying…All Night Long

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This little piggy went to market (uncomfortably shopping all day).
This little piggy stayed home (icing sore toes and such).
This little piggy had roast beef (sitting is always a better option, right?).
This little piggy had none (nothing to wear is no fun at all!).
But this little piggy went
Wee wee weeeeeeeee!!!
I’m gonna dance my whole way home!

Bye-bye band-aids, blisters and bunions, style meets science in a new festive footwear brand just in time for holiday spirits and all year long – we’re game!

Here’s the skinny — developed by a podiatrist, Vionic footwear features patent pending built-in Orthaheel technology, which counteracts the daily grind of walking on hard and unnatural surfaces, providing much-needed relief from pain in your feet, knees, legs and lower back, by realigning feet to their natural (neutral) position. And the styles are pretty decent too.

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Willow Ballet Flat $119.95 As a perfect finishing touch to party outfit, the Willow is rhinestone encrusted to make this supportive ballet flat sparkle. Patent pending technology is included to allow ladies to mingle pain free all night.

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Minna Ballet Flat $119.95  The Minna may look dainty but it is constructed to provide support. Sophisticated animal prints add the perfect amount of pizzaz to the feminine ballet flat form.

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Hayes Wedge $129.95  Take comfort to new heights with this podiatrist designed wedge featuring a feminine floral applique. Great for days spent with the family or for evenings at the Nutcracker, the Hayes wedge unites height and support.


Georgia ankle boot $159.95  These boots are made for walking! The georgia combines a healthy low heel and biomechanical technology to keep ladies dancing all night. Subtle rivets adorn the sides for the perfect amount of bling. 

Vionic is the only footwear recommended by both the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and renowned integrative medicine doctor, Andrew Weil, MD. 

#WhatsHotNow: SaintChic (paparazzi optional)


It’s NOT for hiding from your fans

No need to hide from cameras or sunshine…The haute Paparazzi Visor™ from SaintChic is 99% UV Protective with 50+ UPF, making strolling or fan ‘scaping a lot more fun for girls and boys in pursuit. It’s also the only sun hat that can hide your beautiful face from the damaging rays of the sun.


Ranging from $25 to $500, we offer sport and luxe versions for playing tennis to lounging by the pool. Splash.



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#WhatsHotNow: Urban Nomad Street Style


This week we are hot on Calvin Rucker 


Holiday/Pre-Spring styles are all about the “Urban Nomad” –  the edgy yet sophisticated city born, street-chic paired with sharp lines and strong silhouettes with different prints and textures.

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Street Style #SPFW

This year San Paulo Fashion Week  is celebrating its 20th anniversary  with a move towards more basic looks – the most pared back  ever seen at the event. To balance things off there’s also a new love for denim and a creative use of colour. Here are some favorites that WGSN shared with us.

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#WhatsHotNow: Symmetrical Style of Andi Alyse

Andi AlyseOk, we admit, we gulped just a little when the price tag made an appearance.  But simplicity was never more captivating as actress Amber Stevens, who was photographed wearing Andi Alyse jewelry recently at Star Magazine’s Scene Stealers event at the W Hollywood Hotel, proves.

The actress accessorized her geometric ensemble with Andi Alyse’s Rose Gold Diamond V Band ($545), Rose Gold Diamond X Cuff ($1,700), and Black and White Diamond Bangle ($2,600;


Would YOU survive a Zombie Apocalypse?

How much do you know about zombies? And most importantly, if you were stuck in a zombie apocalypse, would YOU survive?

If your answers are “errr..not much” and “no way”,  fear not. After countless hours of research we’ve compiled the Ultimate Guide to Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse.  And Morph Suits has got it all covered, right from from how to spot a flesh-eating zombie right down to the must-have weapons you’re going to need when they start to take over the world.


Amateur Night at LA’s Fashion Platform Downtown LA

LA FashionUnprecedented, as one of the more shabbily organized fashion events, Los Angeles showed off it’s lack of style and decorum last night at the “All Aboard… L.A.’s Fashion Platform”, an annual fundraiser by non-profit Fashion Business Inc. and the Moss Adams Fashion Innovator (MAFI) Award, which featured collections from California’s top, established and emerging designers such as MK Collab, Vene AI, Kiin-Athletic, Soverra, Plush Cashmere, and AS by DF.

Confused crowds were forced to cluster at the velvet ropes entrance to the stage, in a sweltering, non air conditioned Union Station Downtown LA, waiting for a half-baked seating chart to be recovered, additionally not marked with placements for all of the invited press.  Front row VIPs and general guests alike, had to practically jump the stanchions, to avoid the stampede of no formal lines, manned by volunteers who knew nothing about handling attendees. I suppose it wouldn’t be possible to host such an event without typically unpaid, unqualified labor. But such is the unfortunate state of affairs in the City of Los Angeles where free internships reign supreme.

The usual unstylish, tack and ric-rack suspects, clamored for the free booze and packaged-for-prime-advertisement hors d’oeuvres as the center piece barely 6 feet away from the badly lit step and repeat, swarmed by the who’s nobody at the largely unprestigious affair.

Oh how I miss the olden days of New York Fashion Weeks and the joy of working backstage with real designers like Gianni Versace (coincidentally one of the most generous men in the industry I’ve ever known), Donatella Versace, Marc Jacobs, Ana Sui, Ralph Lauren to name drop just a mere few.  Oh how I miss the days of genuinely, glamorous people who actually spent extraordinary thought, time and money, to accoutre for American fashion’s most exalted moments, jockeying and negotiating even up until the last minute for prime position in the tents at Bryant Park or the Armory.  Instead LA is forced to gag on a substitute diet of barely inspiring, pure retail ready-to-wear.

Alas, Los Angeles is still bereft of haute couture and lush imaginative costume or a highly professional, well- coordinated experience. And a few one night rental gowns, sparkly faux jewels, red carpet photos or nice kids at the checkin tables couldn’t save it – at least not last night.