Lust Have – Tiffanys’

As most women, we love Tiffany and co. We get jealous when we see a person walking around with a little blue bag. We want more Tiffany jewelry.

Their latest collection, the ‘Tiffany T‘ is very on trend with the understated elegance.

What I have been wishing I could just go out and buy, is the Tiffany T 18k gold ring (I love my gold).

Lily Rose Depp and Chanel

Everyone is talking about Lily Rose Depp and her Chanel hoodie and shorts at Cannes.

The 16 year old, the daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis is becoming a fashion icon these days. So much influence at such a young age. She speaks both English and French, and she works closing for Chanel.

This outfit is just perfect for Cannes. It shows she is dressing for her age (we don’t want her dressing sexy now, she is still so young!), and the Chanel label definitely helps with her status.

Lily Rose Depp in Chanel at The Cannes Film Festival 2016


Best Cannes Fashion – Day 1

Cannes Film Festival has started, and that means fashion for the next 10 days.

Here are my first red carpet fashion looks for the first day. My killer queen for this round is Araya Hargate, she is a Thai actress in the pink ballgown.

Cashmere Skin

Its getting cooler (stop denying the fact that winter is coming), and with winter comes the best outer wear to keep you warm and stylist. if you must get a jumper, make sure it cashmere. You can get a good one at Uniqlo for $139, but lets dream a bit bigger and see what the designers have to offer.

I have the most fun and stylist ones from net-a-porter, below. Lets have some fun with colour, winter is so grey, we need to stand out.

Glitter It

Glitter, Glitter, Glitter! – Lets shine people. Glitter is so much fun, its a party on your clothing.

Enough said!

The Olson Twins and The Row

Starting out in front of the camera in Full House, and moving into movies, we all have had the Olsons, Mary-Kate and Ashley in our lives at one point, but since moving away from the lime light and moving into fashion, they have become very successful career women.

They established their fashion label The Row in 2006, and won “The Council of Fashion Designers of America, as Womenswear Designers of The Year” in 2012.

Their label is high end fashion made and designed in the The United States, and they are getting the credit they deserve.

As well as these girls starting a very successful high-end fashion brand, they are so stylist. These tiny ladies wear boho, lose fitting clothing and they make it look so chic instead of the clothes looking huge and eating them up. They have made big rounded sunglasses fashionable, and now its a stable in our sunglasses draw (if you have one).

Sheer Joy

For some of us, summer is coming, while on the southern hemisphere its winter (hands up if winter is coming, ME!) but there is something beautiful coming out for you summer folks that we can all appreciate, sheer clothing that either comes in silk, tulle or both.

20 Years of Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo was born in Penang, Malaysia in 1961. Father was a cobbler, and learnt how to create shoes from him, he made is first pair of shoes at the age of 11.

In the early 1980’s he moved to England to study at the Cordwainers technical college in Hackney, where is graduated with honors in 1983.

He opened his first store in 1986, in Hackney in an old hospital building, 2 years after opening he was featured in an eight-page spread in Vogue. Soon after that Choo became the IT shoe of the fashion world.

Today the brand has become a global name, connected to luxury with stores all over the world.


In 2001 Choo sold his half of the company to Robert Bensoussan of Equinox Luxury Holdings for $30 million.

Today, Jimmy Choo has returned to his roots at a small shop he opened in London, which serves as the headquarters for the exclusive Jimmy Choo Couture line. It’s here that Choo crafts a small number of pairs of shoes each week and trains a select group of students on how to make high-end footwear.

For Choo, a devout Buddhist, education has become a central part of his life. In recent years he has become an Ambassador for Footwear Education at the London College of Fashion and spokesperson for the British Council in its efforts to reach out to foreign students. Choo is also a recipient of the O.B.E. (Most Excellent Order of the British Empire).