Miss Sixty is a brand whose stores are mainly located on the west coast. But not to worry: there are stores located in Dallas and in New York. The clothes have a 60's inspired look: one of innovation, change, and popping colors. You can visit one of the store's locations, shop online at shop.misssixty.com, or look at the Spring 2008 collection I found on New York Magazine's website. The blogs say that the Miss Sixty Fashion Week show was a start studded event, including my favorite little cradle robber Demi Moore.
Here are my favorite picks from the show:
Brooklyn Industries and it has some interesting designs to offer to the girl who wants to stand out. They have 7 stores in New York and they seem to have a successful online market.
Click the name to check out their website.
Remember an earlier post when I said a trench coat was a staple? I was serious, and B.I. has one that's even more serious! It sells for $148 and also comes in a khaki color. Pair this with the red Hayden Panettiere bag I featured two entries ago, and you will be one fierce diva. They also had something that caught my eye, because it's one of my favorite colors:
This little sweater can go over any t-shirt, blouse, or dress just
in case that breeze of March and April is too chilly. It's 100% cotton and sells for $72.
And now for the concept that you've been waiting for. Fashion has overwhelmed technology, as you probably have observed. Whether it's your Juicy Couture iPod case or the cell phone slot in your Gucci laptop bag, you've got to be up-to-date with technology and looking fabulous while doing so. So lay your eyes on an innovation that left me speechless and excited:
The Coco Chanel cell phone!!! Not sure when it is set to release, but if I had the money to buy it now, I would!!! On the outside when the phone is closed, it just looks like a simple metal square. Its illuminated front gives it a little flair.
When you slide it up, the squares turn into the keypad and the translucent screen gives it detail that no other phone on the market has. Fred DeGarlihe from NewLaunches.com says, "not only does it mimic Madame Coco Chanel's mysterious aura but [it] also stands for her superb design sense".
Spring is a time for new beginnings and fabulosity. (Thanks Kimora! lol) Don't overlook brands that you've never worn before, because you just might reinvent yourself. Have a great week!!!