A laptop may be a college girl’s very best buddy, but that doesn’t adjust the reality that most of us devote just as considerably time screaming at our computers as we do utilizing them.
While the university tech desk gurus can be great, they’re usually booked or unequipped to repair computer errors. And unless you are under warranty, sending your laptop back to the manufacturer can be incredibly pricey… not to mention unnecessary, if the situation turns out to be minor.
This “Pretty in Pink” necklace by Paula Montgomery is produced from an old-school fur clip with a variety of pins and pendants attached & then strung on a chain fashioned from a vintage choker of rose cut-glass.
All of her jewelry is created by hand and, clearly, 1 of a type, which makes it that significantly more special.
This beauty can be snapped up (now!) at PaulaMontgomery.com.
Last weekend, Andrew Rannells took his final bow in Broadway’s Book of Mormon—but by no means worry, you’re about to see a whole lot a lot more of him. The 33-year-old Tony nominee stars in Ryan Murphy’s new NBC sitcom, The New Typical, this fall. Until then, you can catch him on HBO’s Girls and in September’s darkly brilliant indie comedy Bachelorette. He stopped by ELLE.com just in time for this Sunday’s Girls finale to speak about the anxiousness of stage-slapping Allison Williams, shedding his Mormon missionary gear for a movie strip scene, and operating with the soul of a Broadway grand dame trapped in the body of a small girl named Bebe Wood.
ELLE: This fall, you and Justin Bartha star in Ryan Murphy’s The New Normal as a gay couple who attempt to start a family with a surrogate, played by Georgia King. What did you think when you saw the final cut of the pilot ahead of the upfronts in Could?
Andrew Rannells: You know, you film it so a lot of diverse ways that it’s tough to know what the final product will look like. It was good to see that we took a heartfelt route that shows Justin and I as two males who really like every single other and just want to begin a household.
ELLE: Ellen Barkin plays your surrogate’s wildly off-color grandmother. On a scale of zero to her character, how terrifying is she in true life?
AR: Not nearly as terrifying as you would think! We became close friends final year throughout the Tonys since we had been both nominated and went to all the identical events. We hit it off. She was asked to be a guest on Watch What Happens Live, and when they told her the premise, she was like, “So, we just sit there and drink and say shitty items about Bravolebrities? I have the perfect individual for that! His name is Andew Rannells.”
Comme des Garcons decided to honor Waldo’s 25th anniversary with a unique, Where’s Waldo restricted collection with scenes from the image books. Reportedly accessible via Comme des Garcons stores, it’ll make the delight of any Waldo enthusiast (that is if you can get your hands on at least a single item from the coveted collection. Loving the $ 495 scarf, as noticed right here – with the trademark white stripes!) slamxhype
June 15th, 2012 by kpriss | Swift Links
Whites and florals had been everywhere this week on red carpets all over the globe. From Kiernan Shipka looking cute as a button in pink Miu Miu to Ginnifer Goodwin in a pristine white Monique Lhuillier frock, the ladies were oh-so-pretty. Click via to see all 10 of our very best dressed this week, like Jaime King in graphic Peter Pilotto and Hailee Steinfeld in head-to-toe white Prabal Gurung.
1 of Alexa Chung’s favourite designers, JW Anderson, is set to launch a collection for Topshop this September. The young designer’s collection will comprise of jersey, denim and knitwear – which is recognized most for. He has also selected other items such as pencils, memory sticks, vintage magazines, photography books, and rubik’s cubes to make up the rest of the collection.
“I am extremely excited to collaborate with Topshop. It provides me the opportunity to reach a significantly wider audience with my designs,” stated Anderson. “It has often been very essential to me that my collections are made accessible to anybody interested in style and design.”
Last year Anderson was nominated for the Emerging Talent award by the British Fashion Council. He is also set to show his menswear collection at the inaugural London Collections. This is not the first time that Anderson has collaborated with Topshop. He produced a T-shirt to celebrate the high street brand’s tenth anniversary of its NEWGEN initiative. This new collaboration will be the his very first ever ready-to-put on collection for Topshop.