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This past weekend I had the honor of covering fashion for E! “Countdown To The Grammy’s Red Carpet” at the Staples Center. Talk about rubbing elbows with music royalty! From Rhianna to GaGa, Miley Cyrus to Taylor Swift, the stars were rocking the red carpet in bold, attention grabbing ensembles. Thus, my inspiration for this week’s article: paying homage to rockstar clothing.
Oh! and the highlight of my night?? How about partying at Prince’s mansion with Lady GaGa to my right and Brit Spears to my left?? Now I’m not one to gloat, but that’s worth bragging about!! Enjoy
You know Rhianna would snatch these sequin hot pants up in a second!
This faux fur vest is a 70’s trend that has found its way into the life of Hollywood’s trendsetters. I love it with jeans or even over a hot little dress.
Nothin’ says rocker chic like chains and leather. These Dolce Vita chain booties are insanely fierce!!
A gutsy alternative to basic black leggings… Oh La La lace leggings are sexy and so rock and roll!
Published by Lindsay on Feb 3rd, 2010
Celeb-Stylist Lindsay Albanese To Report on Emerging Trends
As one of the leading style experts and celebrity stylists today, Lindsay is able to pick and influence emerging trends in the fashion world.
Shopflick is very proud to announce that Lindsay will be contributing regularly to the Shopflick Style Scout Blog. Her columns will be inspired by latest trends and emerging style and will help Shopflick readers to pick on-trend items from our selection of Shopflick sellers.
Lindsay believes wholeheartedly that her clients can dress on trend while still expressing their individuality and personal style. She has styled music videos for Britney Spears and Mary J. Blige and has also dressed Maria Menounos, Paula Abdul, Fran Drescher, Lara Flynn Boyle and Wilmer Valderama.
Lindsay is one of Hollywood’s most regularly quoted style experts. She has been featured in US Weekly, Access Hollywood, Life and Style, E!, The Style Network and Shopbop.com.
For the LOVE of Necklaces…….
Whether you are in love, out of love, or just plain OVER love, Valentine’s Day is near.
With that said, there’s no better time to drop a hint to your main squeeze …or even just gift yourself!
Who does your heart belong to??? A necklace and conversation piece in one!
Profess your love without saying anything at all!
My favorite thing about this ENVELOPE LOVE LETTER LOCKET is it’s slightly vintage, worn-in finish.
I love the idea of wearing a battered heart necklace on V-Day…even if you are in love. Rock it!!
Published by Lindsay on Jan 24th, 2010
Bring on the Glitz and Glam!!
This last week I was invited to a star studded Golden Globe hospitality suite, sponsored by Live Loyal PR and EMC Bowery. I was asked to attend as a featured Style Expert and so I met with each guest and gave them one-on-one style advice on everything from A-to-Z. With so many Golden Globe parties coming up (InStyle, HBO, Fox Searchlight and NBC), I fit and styled a bunch of celebrities in gowns and cocktail dresses, chosen from designers Randi Rahm and Rose Taft.
Guests were pampered (literally) from head to toe with beauty treatments sponsored by Valerie of Beverly Hills, OPI and Suburbia Salon and enjoyed cocktails by Ciroq Vodka and snacks from Doughboys….and did I mention the 360-degree, breathtaking views of Los Angeles?
The event was held at a private estate in the Hollywood Hills and was attended by celebrities such as Lauren Conrad, Nicole Scherzinger, Lacey Schwimmer, Ali Landry, and other industry insiders. Good times!
What I’m noticing is that more and more designers are displaying an old Hollywood glam inspiration. Anything to snazz or jazz up an outfit, seems in vogue and all the rage.
Take this eco-conscious Mr. Larkin cotton gown. It is the epitome of Old Hollywood glam. Its stunning with a pair of heels for night and equally appropriate for day with a flat sandal.
This flashy little Mike Vensel mini tank dress is more exciting than your basic LBD!!
Try snazzing your outfit up with this smokey quartz statement ring from Jessica Matrasko Jewelry. It is simply is Bauble-licious!!!
Lindsay’s Latest: Kate Moss
I always turn to Miss Moss for fashion inspiration. When it comes to true style, this girl’s just got it! From the runways to the streets, she always looks effortlessly cool and put together without trying too hard. She’s the master of pairing subtle detailed pieces with timeless basics and with her as my muse, I’m going to show you how to get this look.
THIS ROBERT RODRIGUEZ CROSS-OVER PIECE will have conservatives and hipsters high-fiving. It is truly a classic black staple with the structured shoulders providing a cool 80’s vibe. Best of all, it’s a grab-and-go addition to your wardrobe because of its compatibility with all your basics. I personally love pairing embellished or striped tops underneath depending on what mood I’m in.
Some may find it a little outrageous to deck themselves in sequins and sparkle. That’s where THIS ADORABLE MR. LARKIN NUMBER comes in…a splash of sequin give it a hint of glitz and glamour without making you look or feel like a disco ball.
I’m pretty sure that I can speak for most fashionistas when I say boots are one of the most exciting things we look forward to when it comes to cold weather! So a trusty, comfy, run-around pair is a MUST .
ENTER: CRI DE COEUR FLAT BOOTS. Sleek, stylish, roomy enough to tuck in your favorite jeans and equally cute with tights and leggings. Need I say more???
And for all of you ladies who just have to have that heel, here’s another option that’s equally comfortable and cool…..
These black patent Cri de Coeur boots with quilted upper will have you channeling CoCo Chanel without dropping all that dough!
Vicarious vivid vibrant velvet vixen fashion celebrated the election victory at the Paper Magazine party in West Hollywood last night that would get Obama’s style stamp of approval. New trends popped up like velveteen rich flower blossom headbands mixed with hard edge belts and elongating black sleek cut tops.
Hipsters united by mixing up doll dresses with dark tights, plaids, leather jackets, boots, boots, and more statement boots to help support fall fashion. We can always count on them for vagabond victorious style.
The 70’s even showed up with cord skirts, bell bottom jeans, and dreamy lace tops that would stop a war in it’s W. tracks. Peace and love seemed to be the theme as free drinks were served and warning signs stating “dancing is encouraged” armed the party soldiers.
The fashionistas were equipped with festivity assets that let fashion prevail without mavericks killing the style fly buzz. Paper Magazine kept the movement rolling on Friday with their pop-up 24 hour shopping event co-hosted by Converse and Levi’s.
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Raquel Allegra’s Asymmetrical Shirt. So one-of-a-kind, I haven’t seen anything like this anywhere!
Ric Rac Clothing’s Fluxe Jumper. This is adorable and looks really fun to wear during Summer!
Verameat’s Dino Eating Fried Chicken Ring. I just think the concept for this ring is so clever and hilarious!
Desideri Design’s Swarovski Crystal Necklace. Gorgeous in every way, I love all of her pieces.
Frozen Peas’ Sleep Little Fox Necklace. I can’t help but love this, after all my nickname is Fox.
Posted by: Kyla