The Royal Wedding

On Saturday, May 19th at 12 PM GMT (7 AM EST), Prince Harry and former American actress, Rachel Meghan Markle, tied the knot.


First things first, the dress. Elegant. Gracious. Simple. Timeless. “The Duchess of Sussex’s wedding dress has been designed by the acclaimed British designer, Clare Waight Keller, who last year became the first female Artistic Director at the historic French fashion house Givenchy. Ms. Markle  expressed the wish of having all 53 countries of the Commonwealth with her on her journey through the ceremony. Ms. Waight Keller designed a veil representing the distinctive flora of each Commonwealth country united in one spectacular floral composition,” reports Kensington Palace.


“The Duchess and Ms. Waight Keller worked closely together on the design, which epitomizes a timeless minimal elegance referencing codes of the iconic House of Givenchy,” the Kensington Palace shared on Instagram with the sketches of the Duchess of Sussex’s wedding dress.

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However, as the philanthropic couple exchanged vows, they not only wed, but also made history. The confident and independent woman that Meghan has always been and the rebel that Prince Harry has been known to be, the two decided to break some royal traditions (with permission of the Queen) and start new ones.


The first tradition broken regarded the guest lists: no heads of state were invited to ensure the closest and most important people to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were allowed to attend the intimate ceremony at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Unlike most royal weddings, this guest list brought together American actors and actresses, influential people in charity and sport, and members of the royal family turning it into one of the most modern royal weddings for its time.


Secondly, amid all of the unpleasant scandal surrounding the Duchess of Sussex’s father, Thomas Markle, the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, joined the Duchess halfway through her procession down the Nave in St. George’s Chapel, which shows the Monarchy’s warm welcome of Ms. Markle into the royal family.


The Duchess of Sussex said “I do” with a traditional yellow gold wedding band. It was made from Welsh gold gifted by the Queen, made by Cleave and Company, and carried to the wedding by Prince Harry’s best man, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. The happy couple did decide to follow tradition regarding Meghan’s wedding ring as the tradition holds a long list of royals who wear wedding bands made of Welsh gold.


The Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, Princess Anne, Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, and Prince Charles all followed the tradition, which began in 1923. Although, the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, decided to break tradition as he said “I do” with a platinum textured wedding band, according to US Weekly.


The Duchess of Sussex’s tiara was simply shining and glistening in the UK’s daylight as the couple stepped outside on to the steps of St. George’s Chapel.


The headpiece was identified as Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara by Kensington Palace. The traditional tiara was made in 1932, but the center brooch is from 1893. Made of diamonds and platinum, in eleven sections with interlaced ovals, the  centerpiece is detachable, but the rest of the tiara was specifically made for that center brooch. It was lent to Ms. Markle by the Queen as she was given the tiara in 1953.


One of the sweetest traditions created by the Duke of Sussex had to be his hand-picking of the Forget-Me-Not flowers, Princess Diana’s favorite, from their garden to be included in the Duchess of Sussex’s bouquet in memory of his mother.


Another tradition is the first public kiss as a married couple, which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wasted no time on as they kissed on the steps of St. George’s Chapel right outside where their wedding ceremony took place as “This Little Light of Mine” played in the background. They then waved to the public, which Prince Harry wanted just outside the castle to make us feel like we were apart of their special day, and then hopped in their carriage, led by a traveling Escort of the Household Calvary Mounted Regiment, for their procession through Windsor Town before being taken back to Kensington Palace for their tea hosted by the Queen and night-time reception hosted by Prince Charles at the Frogmore House.



According to Kensington Palace, “The Household Cavalry are among several Armed Forces personnel with a special relationship with The Duke providing ceremonial support at the wedding and carriage procession.”


Once arriving at the Reception, Ms. Markle had quite a wardrobe change. The Duchess of Sussex looked stunning in a silk gown designed by Stella McCartney. The accessories included satin Aquazurra pumps featuring baby blue soles for a little “something blue.”

Yes, the Duchess of Sussex made sure to follow the traditional something old, something borrowed and something blue. However, she worked these all into one for the Reception at the Frogmore House with a stunning aquamarine cocktail ring by Asprey that belonged to Princess Diana. Ms. Markle’s extra-long train and veil were thought to be a reference to the legendary ones Princess Diana wore at her own wedding; as well as, her post-ceremony gown, which featured a sexy silhouette more daring than royal tradition, evoking her late mother-in-law’s daring styles.


According to Vanity Fair, there has been some speculation that the ring is not something borrowed as it may have been a gift from Prince Harry to his wife. Princess Diana left all of her jewelry to her sons in her will, but Ms. Markle clearly opted not to wear any of the pieces until the two were officially married.


The ring was spotted on the Duchess of Sussex’s hand as she and Prince Harry left Windsor Castle in a vintage silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero. “The vehicle was originally manufactured in 1968, and has since been converted to electric power,” reports Kensington Palace.


The sleeveless high-neck silhouette seemed to look a lot more comfortable for celebrating compared to the custom Givenchy gown worn for the ceremony and most importantly, the Royal Wedding family photos taken by photographer, Alexi Lubomirski, in the Green Drawing Room of Windsor Castle.




And let’s not forget the Royal Wedding cake. The wedding cake, which was served at the Reception, was designed by Claire Ptak and featured elderflower syrup made at the Queen’s residence in Sandringham from the estate’s own elderflower trees, as well as a light sponge cake uniquely formulated for the couple.


Now until we all find someone who looks at us the way Prince Harry looked at Ms. Markle during the performance of “Stand By Me,” during their wedding ceremony… let’s cheers to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Royal Family, and the babies we can’t wait for!


The Style of the Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby is where you’ll find some of the fastest horses and the most eccentric looks. Every girl, from all parts of the world, channels their inner “Southern Belle” for the races. The Derby is a time where attendees are expected to dress in the most creative fashion and are encouraged to include accents showing their individuality.

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The Louisville event, which is known for it’s preppy, pastel-filled fashion, was also abundant in floral patterns amongst the Derby’s attendees.

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And the women weren’t the only ones displaying their “flower power” this year.

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Don Ward
Monte Durham
Stacey Robinson and Monte Durham

And don’t forget, in the Churchill Downs Infield the hats are the most extravagant; featuring flowers, feathers, bows and ribbons of the brightest and deepest colors. According to Courtney Stinson, a PR Manager for the Kentucky Derby Museum, “We don’t have a lot of documented history on the hats, but speculation has it that when the derby was first brought here, they wanted it to be a social affair.”

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In 1875, hats were regarded as an essential everyday accessory for women who could afford them. At special events, such as the horse races, women wore elaborate hats to display their social status.

Last but not least, roses are another common design feature in some of the attendees’ attire as the Kentucky Derby is referred to as the “Run for the Roses.” The horse who has been declared the winner of the Derby is also given a blanket made of more than five hundred blossomed roses.

Who’s ready to head to Kentucky next year?

Xx Nikki


Ritz-ify the Romper

If rompers aren’t taking up a decent amount of space in your spring/summer wardrobe, you need to reevaluate your closet.

Rompers are a go-to for every causal or even semi-formal event. They’re easy to wear, simple to style and usually comfortable.

Kendall & Kylie’s clothing line at Pacsun features several summer ready styles.

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The Embroidered Ruffle Romper is a fun and flirty piece of the Spring season. It’s strapless, lined and features a ruffled hem. The details include a v-neckline, adjustable spaghetti straps, and a hidden zipper back. The fit is ideal as it appears tight and fitting, yet feels comfortable and light. The 100% cotton material is also machine washable so don’t stress about dropping food on the beautiful blue and white fabric.

Express is the place to go to seek out a romper for more formal occasions.

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The romper is available in sharp black and a deep blue. The color tone of the colors allow for all-season wear. The black can be worn with white pumps and a white statement necklace to summer-fy the look; and the blue can we worn with metallic strappy heels to make the bright hues really pop.

Kendall & Kylie’s Floral Lace Hem Romper is available at Pacsun in two colors: blue and pink.

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Also a fun and flirty piece of the Spring season, the sleeveless romper features adjustable spaghetti straps, a scoop neckline and an all over floral print. The embroidered lace detailing at the hem gives the romper a classy, yet formal look. The cinched elasticized waist does not take away from the flowy fit as the lightweight fabric is 100% cotton. Again, don’t stress about dropping food on your lace-hemmed love – it’s also machine washable 😉

So what are you waiting for? Rock a romper this weekend!

2017 Summer Wishlist

  1. St. Tropez Sunless Tanning

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    The lightweight classic self tan bronzing mousse is easy to apply and dries quickly with no self tan smell or fading. The natural and healthy-looking tan tailors to your individual skin tone in one easy application. The mousse isn’t sticky and ultra-hydrating with a new mood-boosting fragrance. Formulated without parabens, sulfates, and phthalates, the self tanner makes your skin glow without the unwanted toxins. This fast-acting luxurious formula will always deliver the rich and believable sunkissed glow you’re craving!
  2. Goyard passport holder

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    The luxurious passport holder is a celebrity must-have according to Shay Mitchell and Morgan Stewart. The high-end accessories will cost quite a bit of cash, but luckily Tradesy and TheRealReal keep the prices a lot lower for the stylish non-celebs out in the world. The passport cover is even more lovable after having it monogrammed with your initials – just like Shay Mitchell did!

  3. Adidas Originals Stan Smith

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    Never really having gone out of style, the white sneaker is continuing its reign as another summer fashion favorite. In 2010, Phoebe Philo took her bow at the Céline S/S 2011 show wearing classic white Stan Smiths with green detailing. In 2014, J. Crew debuted the sneaker in their style guide and it quickly sold out. As all long-lasting trends begin at the runway then make it to retail the classic Stan Smith sneaker eventually found its way to the real girl. Adidas Stan Smiths are subtle, yet oh-so-covetable. They’re only $75 which is nothing compared to most “fashion girl” sneakers and go with everything. Choose from black, red or green detailing, or buy them all, and begin styling your looks around these sneakers. 
  4. MAHI Leather

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    The vintage style leather luggage is lovingly made to order with beautifully soft leather, sturdy brass fittings, and robust YKK zippers. The brand reduces waste by cutting out the middle men, which makes their luggage around 45% cheaper than high street equivalents. All bags can even be embroidered with your initials or a meaningful phrase.

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    takes its name from the Mahi River in India.  For many this is a sacred river and in a country where 103 million people lack safe water its significance is more than symbolic; that’s why MAHI Leather donates $1.50 from the sale of each bag to FRANK Water, a UK based charity which has helped over 300,000 people gain access to clean water since 2005. To date, MAHI has raised over $7,000, providing clean water, for life, for over 100 families in India.

  5. JBD Boyfriend Jeans


    The Los Angeles based brand is dedicated to their mission of local manufacturing – creating product in the USA, nourishing a local community of craftsmen & craftswomen of denim. JBD is solving women’s denim-dilemma one style at a time by creating the pair that forms to every curve and fits so damn well. Sold in boutiques across Europe & North America, each pair of jeans is created carefully by hand, resulting in years of labor and skill fueled by dedication to the craft.

Is Triangl worth the splurge?

It’s no secret that the Aussie girls’ trends always make it over to the States, and Triangl bikinis were one of the most popular as fashion girls are still obsessed with them today.

The swimwear line was started by a newly engaged couple – Erin Deering and Craig Ellis – in December of 2012 after their second date at the beach when Deering couldn’t find a bikini to wear. She was looking for fashionable and quality swimwear without overspending.

The Australian swimwear line caters to those seeking effortlessly cool swimwear that suits summer, sunshine, and the beach. It’s practical and fashionable as it can be worn all day long at the beach; to swim in, sunbath in, run around, etc.

“Simple, classic and cool,” said Deering. “We are influenced by anything that falls into those three categories.”

Triangl swimwear is unique for several reasons, but the comfort and fit are two of its main selling points – thanks to the use of neoprene in all of their pieces. “It’s an exciting fabric to work,” said Deering, “as it allows for the bikinis to hold their shape and look really structured and modern.”

By the way, the neoprene is responsible for giving us the perfect shape by smoothing out any little bumps 😉

The couple is influenced by the endless summer mindset which has encouraged them to design so many colors and shapes. The bikini tops and bottoms can all be mixed and matched to create a new look every time. The quality of the swimwear is definitely worth the price for those of us in the United States who pay about $100 per Triangl bikini set (including international shipping).

Two summers ago, the swimwear originally featured the classic Triangl bikini which became a staple in every American girl’s closet.


However, the brand eventually added more colorful designs that featured color blocked styles and stitching details.

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Now as the one piece is looking to be the swimwear staple in every fashion girl’s closet this Summer, Triangl has added one pieces to their collection.

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So what are you waiting for? It’s time for you to Tri a suit on!

Spring for Summer’s Classic Short Styles

The four pairs of shorts every fashion girl will need this season: embroidered, destroyed, lace and floral. Whether they’re flared, fitted or slouch, it’s not their style that matters, but how they’re embellished.

Gigi Hadid has no shame in her embroidered obsession as the supermodel has been spotted wearing embroidered clothing quite often over the past year. Embroidery adds a little something extra to the denim you already love and allows you to customize your otherwise classic denim style.

For a simple embroidered look, try Express Embroidered Graphic Cutoff Shorts or Lulu’s Rustic Charm Medium Wash Embroidered Denim Shorts – I just ordered them 😉

Many may say the destroyed denim look is a thing of the past but fashion editors and stylists like Zanna Rossi, Brad Goreski and Rachel Zoe would have to disagree; as long as you style the look properly.

Whether you’re gearing up for Spring or heading somewhere tropical, lace is a perfect way to fancy-up a casual look. These Hint of Summer Shorts from Tobi are currently sold out, but the Casanova Endless Rose Short in Nude Pink is still available on Revolve ( and on sale 😉 )

Tinsel’s Crocheted Accented Cut-Off Shorts are currently sold out at Lord & Taylor; however, for a simple crocheted denim short, try Target’s Crochet Raw Hem Medium Wash and Lace Light Wash.

Floral is something that has stayed throughout the Winter pretty much so it will definitely appear in more on the runways this Spring! Floral shorts are the solution to adding some personality to your simple looks. Kendall & Kylie have tons of floral in their new Spring collection for Pacsun.

And let’s not forget the post-Memorial Day go-to: white denim.

Best stores to find these shorts:

  1. Express
  2. Forever 21
  3. Asos
  4. Nasty Gal
  5. Pacsun
  6. Net-a-Porter
  7. Target

P.S. Work the system a little bit – If you see a pair of shorts you love and are indecisive to buy, check out the store’s return policy and if it’s reasonable, buy it! Your favorite shorts, or any clothing items, will sell out fast, so if you can return merchandise later on… play it safe and buy now, decide later.

“Yes-Merising” by Charlotte Tilbury

“Captivate the room in just one glance with my Eyes to Mesmerise Cream Eye Shadow pots,” says Tilbury. The shadow is a genius cream-to-sheen formula that creates a maximum quality impact with minimum simple effort. The easy to apply shadow shines and stays on the lid all day without creasing – which means no need for mid-day touch ups! The shadow is the “ultimate foolproof product” as it forms part of Charlotte’s “One-Minute No-Mirror Makeup” routine.

Charlotte Tilbury’s Eyes to Mesmerise Long-Lasting Easy Cream Eyeshadow ($32) is available in six lustrous shades:

Bette is a warm, burnished chocolate shade, Cleopatra a vibrant, smokey peacock shade,
Jean a shimmering gold pink champagne shade, Marie Antoinette a soft golden mink shade, Mona Lisa a warm amber bronze shade and Veruschka a mink khaki shade.

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Jean is a gorgeous shade of sparkling-pink champagne. The iconic beauty of Marilyn Monroe inspired the shade. For a timelessly chic result ideal for everyday wear, apply Charlotte’s The Classic Eyeliner Powder Pencil in Sophia ($22).


Soft-focus, illuminating pigments smooth over the delicate eye area, blurring lines and imperfections for a visibly flawless finish. Using your fingertips to apply the shadow creates a sheer wash of color across the eyelid for a flattering look; however, using a damp or dry brush for application across the eyelid, and lower lash line for high-impact, will create a more dramatic effect.

What’s in My Bag?

Smaller camera bags were seen on the S/S 16 runways a lot last year. Storing all your daily essentials, these bags are structured an easy to wear. The trend doesn’t seem to be going anywhere following the popularity of Mansur’s Gavriel’s sold-out-everywhere bucket bag. For girls on the go, the handbag style provides form and function. The mini bag madness took over for Spring 2016 as the trend was seen in the collections of Chanel and Gucci in either classic black or brighter floral prints. The mini bag is a trend applicable to all styles for all fashion girls.

As a crossbody girl, I’ve learned how to easily consolidate my daily carry all into an approximately 7” x 9” x 3” handbag.


First off, my car keys and house keys with the gym membership card attached that I haven’t belonged to for months now.

My Louis Vuitton key pouch in Damier Azur Canvas to hold my credit card, debit card, Lord & Taylor card, etc. and some spare cash without the inconvenience of a big chunky wallet

A Kind bar and Special K bar because I panic when I don’t have food on me

A pack of Trident whitening gum for after my snack

A small bottle of Tylenol and some feminine products because you never know when Aunt Flow is going to crash the party

A to-go packet of Kleenex tissues

Some Wet Ones or hand sanitizer – I’m quite the germaphobe so I keep both on me.

Softlips chapstick because nothing makes me crankier than having dry lips – I also love Blistex Silk and Shine and Blistex Soft and Lush

A mini eyeglasses kit because my sunglasses seem to always get loose and fall apart – thanks Marc Jacobs

And last but not least, a mini bottle of mace because my boyfriend wanted to know I was safe while I was living in Manhattan

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The Academy Awards // Oscars 2017

The 89th Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, honored the best films of 2016, yesterday evening, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, LA. Before the glamorous night began, the E! Red Carpet coverage begun at 10:30 a.m. (PT) with E!’s “Countdown to the Red Carpet” covered by Jason Kennedy, Catt Sadler, Kristin Cavallari, Zuri Hall, Ross Mathews, Dave Karger, Brad Goreski and Kris Jenner. Giuliana Rancic and Ryan Seacrest then took over with “Live from the Red Carpet” at 2:30 p.m. (PT).



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Styled by Rebecca M. Gross and Noelle Smith, Catt Sadler (of course) STUNNED in Michael Costello featuring Simon G. earrings, rings by Graziela Gems and XIV Karats, Gianvito Rossi pumps, and clutch by Jimmy Choo. Makeup by Maria Vargas, hair by David Robert, nails by Base Coat Nail Salon and tan by Jessica Johnston, Sadler had an amazing glam team to assist her on the red carpet. As she interviewed the stars of 2016’s best motion pictures with E! News co-host Jason Kennedy (who has been her Oscar side-kick for the past eleven years) she says, “You forget you can’t breathe and that your feet are swelling. It’s all in the name of fashion.”


Giuliana Rancic looked like a princess (as always) in a periwinkle blue gown by Georges Chakra Couture. The draped dress featuring an asymmetrical split neckline, subtle cut-outs in the bodice, jeweled accents at the shoulder and waist, a sweeping cape and a thigh-high slit was straight off-the-runway from George Chakra’s 2017 Spring/Summer collection. Styled by Rebecca M. Gross, the details include diamonds by Forevermark, shoes by Christian Louboutin, clutch by Judith Leiber, hair by Melissa and Yvonne Brown and makeup by Daniel Deleno.


Styled by Cat Wright, Zuri Hall looked beautiful in Uel Camilo with a sheer bejeweled bodice and a ruffled drape. Details include jewelry by Levian, shoes by Stuart Weitzman, hair by Shaa and makeup by Niki Metz.



Styled by Judy Kaufman, Kristin Cavallari captured the eyes of everyone in a strapless red gown by Zachary The Label with jewelry by Hearts On Fire and Pasquale Bruni. Her glam team includes Karan Mitchell and celebrity hair stylist Scotty Cunha.


Zanna Roberts Rassi, E! Project Runway Allstars Mentor and Co-Founder of Milk Makeup, looked absolutely STUNNING in Peter Pilotto as she talked Oscar red carpet fashion at the Roosevelt Hotel with Giuliana Rancic, Kris Jenner, Chrissy Metz and Jason Bolden before hosting the “E! Red Carpet After Party” with Jason Kennedy, Todd Chrisley and Olivia Culpo.


Olivia Culpo glistened in a custom made Marchesa gown with beads made from Stella Artois Limited-Edition Chalices. Each one sold helps Water provide five years of clean water to someone in the developing world. “Fashion for a good cause is the best kind of fashion,” said Culpo.

Her makeup was done by Sir Johnson, the brand ambassador for L’Oreal Paris and hair by celebrity hair stylist Justine Marjan.


Janelle Monáe, an actress from two of the season’s most-watched breakout films nominated for best picture – “Moonlight” (Winner) and “Hidden Figures” – was a shimmering Queen in an Elie Saab dress. Maeve Reilly, Monáe’s stylist for the past four years, chose the dress from the last couture collection because it was stunning, yet different – and detailed the dress with jewelry by Forevermark.



Hailee Steinfeld was a modern beauty in a floral-embellished gown by Ralph & Russo. The gown featured a boasted high neckline with ruffle trim, an elegant cascading train and nails by Essie. The actress and singer gave the sheer style, seen everywhere this award season, a youthful vibe.


Chrissy Teigen looked astonishing is a Zuhair Murad couture gown featuring a sheer front panel, cape and, of course, thigh-high slit – Chrissy’s go-to detail.


Styled by Cristina Ehrlich, Priyanka Chopra shimmered in Ralph & Russo detailed with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry featuring 60-carat diamond drop earrings valued at $5 million. The actress also wore a pair of natural lavender jade and diamond matching cuffs with a 10-carat diamond ring.


Sofia Carson looked like she stepped right out of a fairytale for her first-ever Academy Awards appearance. The actress graced the red carpet in a beaded princess gown by Monique Lhuillier – hair brooch by Lhuillier as well – and shoes by Christina Louboutin. She complimented the subtle, yet sparkling, gown with simple eye makeup and a bold red lip by celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta and a classic up-do by Jed Root NYC/LA hairstylist Caile Noble.


Naomie Harris, who was nominated for her supporting role in “Moonlight” stunned in a sequined body-skimming white dress by Raf Simons for Calvin Klein with Bulgari jewelry. The designer debuted his first Calvin Klein collection at NYFW this season. The Calvin Klein sandals caught the attention of many because of its contrast. The strappy heels were yellow around the ankle and diamond encrusted over the tip of the foot (& vice versa on the other foot). Harris’ glam team featured hair stylists Laura Jones, Nola Singer and Peter Lux and celebrity makeup artist Mario aka @makeupbymario.


Styled by the sister styling team of Wendi and Nicole, Octavia Spencer, who was nominated for her role as Best Supporting Actress in “Hidden Figures” looked astonishing in an off-the-shoulder, feathered Marchesa gown with Forevermark Diamond jewels and Stuart Weitzman shoes. Her glam team featured hair by Tymothe Wallace and makeup by Valerie Noble.


Styled by Kate Young, Dakota Johnson looked elegant, quant and goddess-like in a 24-karat gold Gucci gown. The gown featured a high neckline and long sleeves with a plissé front detail and a cascading bow accent at the waist. The gown was paired with Cartier jewels, metallic strappy sandals and a matching evening clutch, both by Gucci.


Styled by Mariel Haenn and Rob Zangardi, Jessica Biel looked even more beautiful than usual (if that’s even possible) in a Kaufmanfranco gown of true Oscar statue with a Tiffany & Co. spiked diamond bib necklace. Biel’s glam team included hair by Adir Abergel and makeup by Kara Yoshimoto.


Leslie Mann was a brilliant beauty in her Zac Posen Belle-like dress with her signature tousled waves and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry. Her glam team included celebrity makeup artist Jo Baker.


Alicia Vikander looked gorgeous, glamorous and sophisticated in Louis Vuitton – who she has been loving this award season. The black lace gown with cap sleeves and a slim silhouette that bursts out into tiers at the hips is paired with edgy lace-up style sparkly sandals and stiletto heels adding a youthful twist to the innocent look.


Styled by Faith Cromas, Kelly Ripa looked glamorous and timeless in Carolina Herrera with Fred Leighton jewels. Her glam team included hair by celebrity hairstylist Ryan Trygstad and makeup by Kristofer Buckle.

Chanel Fact Sheet

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Chanel Fact Sheet

MISSION Chanel is a high fashion brand that focuses primarily on haute couture, ready-to-wear collections, luxury fashion accessories and high-end beauty products. Since 1909 our mission has been to create a brand represented by elegance, grace and style — “To be the Ultimate House of Luxury, defining style and creating desire, now and forever.”

BACKGROUND Designer Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel founded Chanel in Paris, France. She adapted the name “Coco Chanel” and opened her first store, which was partly for hat making. Mademoiselle Chanel introduced modern day fashion to the wealthy conservatives of the early 19th-century accommodating to the Parisian style of sophistication and class.Chanel Beauty Products.jpg

Chanel is a high fashion luxury brand catering to men and women internationally and earning $5.2 billion in sales. Headquartered in both New York City and Paris, the fashion company has boutiques located across the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Chanel No. 5, launched in 1921, has become a historical staple of the brand as it established the foundation for the designer to create other beauty products further developing Chanel’s fragrance, makeup and skincare lines. Chanel beauty products are recognized as the “Best Beauty Products” by fashion and lifestyle publications, including Allure, Elle, InStyle, Self, Vogue and other renowned fashion magazines.

Best-Selling Beauty Products

1. Chanel Le Rouge Collection No. 1
2. Chanel Les 4 Ombres
3. Chanel Le Blanc
4. Sublimage La Créme
5. Chanel Coco Mademoiselle





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