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Audrey’s Words…

   

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The Art of McQueen!

One of my favorite museums by far is the Metropolitan Museum of Art located in the heart of Central Park along the “Museum Mile” in NYC.  It’s an institution like no other with over two million works of art from all over the world. The Costume Institute department every year showcases one specific Fashion Designer’s work. Having both Fashion and Art displayed for such a great cause is a reason alone to want to visit this museum in the spring. The Costume Institute Gala at the MET is one of the most anticipated annual Fashion events in New York City.  It is definitely Fashion’s “Party of the Year” or our city’s version of the Oscars. This is a multimillion dollar fund -raiser for the museum and is co-chaired by Vogue’s editor -in -chief, Anna Wintour. This year it will be a very special and touching event as the Costume Institute…

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My Tribute to a Glamour Goddess

Today is certainly the end of an era. Today we have lost a Queen of Hollywood, a legend, a Fashion Icon and honorable activist. She leaves behind wonderful memories, an amazing archive of films and a trajectory that will live on forever! I echo the words Richard Burton once wrote to Violet Eyes in one of his many love letters written many years ago.   “Well, first of all, you must realize that I worship you. Second of all, at the expense of seeming repetitive, I love you. Thirdly, and here I go again with my enormous command of language, I can’t live without you.” — Richard Burton RIP  Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011

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Rattle Your Style!

Last summer I visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City with my younger nephews. The older of the two being a long time reptile enthusiast, made sure to tell me “Pythons are non-venomous,” (as he heard me squeal). Well, this particular museum trip is very reminiscent of what’s in store for us in the coming seasons ahead…. During Spring/Summer 2011 Fashion Week designers made a strong statement in their shows with endless versions of Python skins. Roberto Cavalli is very well known for using bright colors and animal prints, so it comes to no surprise he has incorporated it into his latest collections exquisitely.  This exotic pattern has yet again swept us away. Everything from Dresses, blouses, skirts, jewelry and of course the infamous shoes and handbags. Get ready to have this trend slither it’s way into your attire. There are various ways to include this look in your your day to…

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Tis’ the Season of…the Trench Coat

April is right around the corner and we all have heard the poem, “April showers, bring May flowers”. So here comes that time of year when many of us Spring clean and find ourselves storing our ski jackets, wool coats, parkas etc. Now we need that transitional outerwear piece that we can turn to for the days ahead before summer. Why not invest in one of the most iconic and classic items in Fashion…the Trench coat. The Trench coat was founded by Thomas Burberry in the early 20th century and has been considered a staple garment for decades. Not only is it functional but throughout the years it has been reinvented in so many ways. There is the classic knee length, short and full length, single breasted, double breasted and more. Pair this coat with a scarf, sunglasses, a pencil skirt and/or a pair of nice heels and you will look like…

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