$250,000 Black Diamond Nail Polish. Perfect for Giving the Other 99% a Mani’d Middle Finger in Style
Billed as the most expensive nail polish in the world, this outrageous polish from black-diamond brand AZATURE contains 267 carats of real bling & certainly brings new meaning “dripping” in diamonds. Plus it’s limited to a single bottle, ensuring whoever goes for this that they will have in their possession one polish to rule them all. “The black diamond combines beauty, mystery & sophistication, which makes it a timeless luxury,” explains the designer. “One day I thought: ‘why not showcase this style on nails?’ So I developed a Black Diamond Nail Polish with the same attention and quality as my jewelry, in order to preserve the elegance of the black diamond. I am thrilled to offer this new twist on fine-jewelry!”
And for those of us not residing in the 1% area code, there is a $ 25 version available at Fred Segal. Oh c’mon now, take heart, at least it’s glittery, contains a single black diamond & even comes in a diamond-shaped bottle.
- Lesley Scott
Photos: 1. Pacific Coast News, 2. ELLE, 3. Pacific Coast News
In my inaugural Style Notes post, you all left tons of fantastic song suggestions for me to cover. I was fully prepared to follow up on a reader suggestion when some big news hit – one of my favorite artists, Frank Ocean, took the hip hop and R&B worlds by surprise when he came out to his fans via Tumblr, revealing that his first love had been another man.
An R&B artist, Frank Ocean (aka Christopher Francis William Ocean) worked as a songwriter for several years, then released his first mixtape, Nostalgia Ultra, in 2011. He is also a member of the hip-hop collective OFWGKTA (which includes Earl Sweatshirt, Hodgy Beats and Left Brain and, of course, Tyler, the Creator). He co-wrote and sang the hook on Jay-Z and Kanye West’s hit “No Church in the Wild.”
Ever since we introduced you to Maison Kitsun’e, launched by Masaya Kuroki in 2005, not much has changed – at least when it comes to their denim department. Stark, masculine and to they point. They have added a new classic 5 Pocket Jeans in raw denim which retails for $ 325 and is available online, or at Maison Kitsuné at The NoMad Hotel, the brand’s first stateside boutique that opened earlier this season in New York.
I have a thing for Ellen von Unwerth’s photography. I’ve said it before… And although Keira Knightley’s pout always makes me cringe, her Harper’s Bazaar UK September 2012 pictorial looks like a dreamy one!
The picture below, with my favorite dress this season (looks like the YSL metal chain dress, doesn’t it?) is a lovely preview of the pictorial shot by Ellen von Unwerth. And you know what? Now that Kristen Stewart may (or may not) have sent her career flying off of the adultery cliff, Keira might regain her queen place in the spotlight!
Living in a bustling city like Manhattan means that finding inspiration is as easy as walking around the street corner. Small details such as the colors of a sunset or the hot pink yoga mat during class can easily lend to style inspiration that provides not only a sunny wardrobe but also a sunny sentiment for the day. As the summer days carry on, we’re fully enthralled in all things relating to warm weather – from pops of neon to delicate accessories to tropical touches.
With temperatures bordering on triple digits, looking fashionable and staying cool is a task in itself. A delicate arm party brings accents to an outfit without adding layers, while embracing this season’s neon trend elevates any look to a statement making outfit. Go forth and be bold!
Uncle Terry took to both sides of the camera for women’s jewelry brand David Webb’s fall 2012 ad campaign. And by the looks of the print campaign and accompanying behind-the-scenes video, he didn’t mind pulling double duty one bit. He and Enikő Mihalik get pretty cozy.
In the campaign, which was styled by Lori Goldstein, the controversial photographer and model look like a happy high society couple that hasn’t lost the spark in their marriage. They appear quite taken with each other, as Richardson gives a lot of thumbs up.
In addition to seeing the flannel-obsessed photog in a tux, the strangest part of this is seeing what he looks like after a little retouching. As you can tell by comparing the photos to the video, there was significant tanning, hair filling-in and dental alterations done for the campaign. Not that that’s anything out of the ordinary, but for some reason it’s weird when it’s a photographer and not a model.
If there is a TV show more loved by the Saturday morning cartoon crowd than Saved by the Bell, I certainly have never heard of it!
That’s right, girls: this week we’re taking on the poofy hair, innocent charm, and fourth-wall-breaking antics of our favorite high school sitcom, Saved by the Bell. The show followed six friends at fictional Bayside High as they made their way through the exciting adventure known as growing up in the suburbs. Saved by the Bell was a smash hit and launched the careers of actors who are still big names in the business today, like Mario Lopez, Tiffany Amber Thiessen, and Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
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It’s annoying when a 12 year old has a better wardrobe than you.
We’re obsessed with this adorable video in which Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka (Sally Draper) takes Laura Brown through her wardrobe. With the likes of Oscar de la Renta and Marc Jacobs on her rails (not to mention Chanel on her feet) this 12 year old starlet already has a better wardrobe than most of us will ever have.
She also appears to have a real sense of humour, pulling out one embroidered coat made from haberdashery fabric, describing it as “my Sound of Music Coat”, and confessing she loves Willow Smith’s look but wouldn’t try it for fear of looking “like a clown”.
We also learn she’s a fan of American Rag (for Toms and petticoats) and Converse hi-tops.