Luxe furs, Bright accessories, Chunky Knits, Fur Boots – photographers were loving the Nomadic Trend for 2010.  What do you think?

Barbara Palvin by Sebastian Kim for Vogue Russia November 2010

Bregje Heinen by Jean-François Campos for Flair November 2010

Caroline Trentini for Elle Brazil November 2010 by Zee Nunes & André Katopodis

Jacquelyn Jablonski by Sebastian Kim for Vogue Germany July 2010

Liu Wen by Greg Kadel for Vogue Germany November 2010

Valerija Kelava by Lachlan Bailey for Vogue China November 2010

We Are the World by Steven Meisel for Vogue US September 2010

via Fashion Gone Rouge


Need Supply Navajo Journey Bag ($440) – Shop HERE’s Something Else Maxi ($258) – Shop HERE

Need Supply’s Jeffrey Campbell Shop HERE

H & M Scarf via Late Afternoon

Asos’s Rain Coat (only $34) – Shop HERE
Asos’s House of Harlow Earrings ($93.10) – Shop HERE


What once was $425, is one is now $203. These Vera Wang Foldover Tall Suede boots steal my heart. Get them now, at while they last!


Camel Stripe Skirt
Camel Stripe Skirt – $32
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Shearling Drape Jacket - Camel

Shearling Drape Jacket – $68

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Chiffon Maxi Skirt - White
Chiffon Maxi Skirt – White $68
Giant Cocoon Cardi – Oatmeal $58
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ASOS Fantasy Fur Deerstalker – $18.36
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Equilateral Necklace – $42
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ASOS Cape Parka -  $56.89
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The new boutique is envisioned by Scott Devon, creative director, conceptualist and founder of LA Museum of Contemporary Art. Architectural designs, mirrored tables, luxe fashion goods and celebrity sightings – SUBLIME! These are the types of LA events you don’t want to miss.

DEVON’s vision to create “any product in any category to make your heart beat faster” has translated into uniquely engineered industry offerings ranging from motorcycles to watches to jewelry, denim and couture clothing. Wholly developed and manufactured in the United States, the eclectic DevonWorks brand serves as a constant runway of luxe and modern masterpieces, ranging from world-record breaking super cars and motorcycles, to celebrity favorite rock-ready denim and leather, and flawless ready to wear and couture clothing, timepieces and jewelry.

See below some of the amazing products available:

The opening event included: Jessica Stam and DEVON Creative Director Scott Devon welcomed guests to the launch of DEVON to celebrate the opening of the Devon flagship in Beverly Hills. Guests included Nicky Hilton, Rashida Jones, Whitney Port and boyfriend Ben Nemtin, Shannen Doherty, Kevin Zegers, Eva Amurri, Nicolette Sheridan, Natalie Zea, Jamie King and Husband Kyle Newman, Scott Elrod, Shay Londre, Adilaide Kane and Brittny Gastineau among others…

Last three pictures via the lovely Pandora’s Box.


These pictures inspired me mainly because of the remote, desolete location – sometimes you just want to go to a place where there is only nature and be alone or with someone you love, right? Reading further about photographer Mara Zampariolo, she started at the age of 7 usually means at this point it’s second nature. And, when asked what inspires her, her surroundings play a huge role and it’s apparent in this collection.

“There’s a lot of things that inspire her work, but maybe the most important of all; Location: “- It usually is a location – I am not much of a studio photographer – as I get inspired by the energy of a place, its furniture, its story. I aso get a lot of ideas from music (all of my fashion spreads are named after a song, so I start choosing a song then I try to translate it into pictures) and greek mythology and maths.” – Ben Travato Blog


We don’t see much BLACK here in LA, especially when it’s 85 degrees in December, but what most people are wearing these days are the staples that has lasted them year after year through those brutal winters, and all the while looking fabulous. There’s such beauty in BLACK – it’s it’s simplicity, in it’s sophistication, and with the the textures or pop of color that make it all so different then the next black.

Images via Stockholm Streestyle