NET-A-PORTER, the online locale for all things frivolous and fabulous, gave us another reason to get dressed this morning. They launched the OutNet, the digital equivalent of an outlet store, without the greasy mall food court or slow-moving crowds.
I was afraid to go online when I got their email this morning…but it wouldn’t hurt if I took a peek, right?
Wrong. It hurt.
McQueen Corsage Sandals, 80% off. Be still my beating heart.
Sold Out. Be still my broken heart.
Alas, I will be back to dream another day.
Love the Dress Me feature. It’s like playing Barbie all over again – only better. These things are in *your* size.
Pic of McQueen heartbreakers from the OutNet.
I’d love to be in Milan for the Extreme Beauty in Vogue exhibition. Curated by American Vogue and art-directed by Jean Nouvel, the show marks the launch of Dolce and Gabbana’s prima makeup line.
Loved this one by Erwin Blumenfeld, Jean Patchett, Vogue, January 1950.
Vogue Beauty a la 1950
The Dolce site also features pics from the launch party. Good to see Nadja, Eva and Claudia again – the current girls can’t hold a candle to the Supes. Such personality. I’m not a Scarlett fan like everyone else, but this is the best I’ve ever seen her look.
Photo courtesy of http://www.theage.com.au/.
Also loved the suits on Carine Roitfeld, Naomi Watts (reminds me of the divided runway show – such a dream) and Lauren Hutton. Have always wanted one – actually two of those suits – one in shiny black and one in crisp white. D&G honoured Yves well…making suits so sexy.
Can’t wait to see the D&G makeup line – surely there will be loads of delish red lippy shades to choose from. Mmmm…red lipstick.
The exhibition runs March 4 to May 10 at the Palazzo della Ragione, Milano.