I love designer women’s clothing. What good or bad girl doesn’t? I’m not fanatical about knowing the latest trends, the latest fashion or following fashion as a slave. I prefer to have my own style, do things my own way but this doesn’t stop me from occasionally glancing in the fashion mags.
My weakness is shoes and bags. I love shoes and bags. If you want to stop me dead in my tracks or want to do anything to get my attention say Manolo Blahnik or Louis Vuitton. If you want to kill me say both!
This is a delicious guide to all things fashionable in all areas of life.
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SHOPPING – The Luxury Store
If you love shopping online as much as I do you will love the Luxury Store. It is where you will find the internets best luxury shopping stores.
Est. in 1851 in Switzerland as a shoe manufacturer this company is now celebrating 155 years of history. They design everything from shoes, ready to wear clothes and accessories for both men and women.
An iconic English luxury brand, Burberry was founded in 1856 by 21 year old Thomas Burberry. The Burberry check which is red, camel, black and white, was designed in the 1920’s and since then has become synonymous with the label.
Burberry now celebrates over 150 years in business. The new face of the company is also the new “IT” girl Australian model Gemma Ward.
Iconic French label started by Gabriel ‘Coco’ Chanel. Head designer is fashion doyen Karl Lagerfeld. Coco opened her first store in 1910 as a hat maker whose own personal style created a sensation which started her label.
The camellia is a signature piece of Chanel as it was her favourite flower. Nicole Kidman is now the face of the legendary perfume Chanel No5 with advertising produced by Moulin Rouge director Baz Luhrmann.