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Posted by Gabriuska on Oct 20, 2014 with 0 Comments


Top: J.W. Anderson Draped Silk Crepe De Chine

Purse: Marni Fringe Leather Zip Crossbody Bag with Wristlet Strap

Sun Glasses:Tom Ford Linda Sunglasses

Posted by Gabriuska on Oct 17, 2014 with 0 Comments


They’re likely some of the most popular celebrity kids right now… and they don’t even know it! Jessica Simpson’s daughter and son, Maxwell, 2-1/2-years-old, and Ace, 15-months-old, have been sharing the spotlight with their singer and fashion designer mom lately and everyone is devouring every picture of these cuties.

When it comes to Maxwell and Ace’s celebrity kid style, we’re happy to report that these kids dress like, well, normal kids. Even at events where they’re being stalked by the paparazzi and featured in full-page magazine spreads, these kids are keeping it cool with styles that you would probably dress your own kids in and that you might even have in your kids’ closets. They aren’t overdressed, they aren’t wearing designer labels, they aren’t wearing clothes that need to be dry cleaned as soon as they’re covered in chalk… and we love that!

While we featured the style of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ baby girl, Wyatt, recently, who we’re certain will be dressed in anything but pink in her first year of life, we can’t say the same about Maxwell, who often wears clothes from her mom’s girls’ clothing line (available everywhere from Amazon to Nordstrom) and is often seen in fun, bright, girly colors and patterns.



Ace, on the other hand, has a sportier style. After all, his dad is former NFL tight end, Eric Johnson! He’s often seen on Jessica Simpson’s Instagram account in super-casual gray t-shirts and comfy shorts. There’s sometimes a pop of a simple pattern or a fun graphic, but neither Ace nor Maxwell have jumped on the bandwagon of wearing tees with trendy sayings or styles that seem to be more adult than kid.



Posted by Gabriuska on Oct 10, 2014 with 0 Comments


A celebrity-turned-fashion designer used to be sort of a joke. Until it wasn’t. From Jessica Simpson to The Row’s Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, some of the most successful fashion brands in the world right now are run by entertainers. Business reporter Teri Agins, who developed the fashion beat at the Wall Street Journal and has been covering the industry for a quarter of a century, spent the last two years determining which of these celebrities passed muster (Simpson, for one), which ones were a disaster (hint: Kanye’s runway debut in Paris), and why celebs have been able to so deftly steal the sartorial spotlight from fashion’s trained elite. Her new book, Hijacking the Runway, documents the best, worst, and most surprising moments of this new era, from the failed lines of Real Housewives to the impressive rise of socialite-cum-designer Tory Burch. Agins’ clear-headed approach to covering fashion—she likes it, but she’s not swept up by it—makes for an entertaining follow up to her 1999 debut, The End of Fashion: How Marketing Changed the Clothing Business Forever. recently spoke with Agins about the celebrities whose brands have impressed her—and those who haven’t—and what she thinks Kanye should do about his long-standing dream of conquering the fashion world.

Q:You covered a lot of ground here, from Donald Trump’s über-successful suit collection to former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Adrienne Maloof’s short-lived line of shoes. Who surprised you the most, whether in terms of failure or success?

A:  I’d have to say Jessica Simpson, because I was there at the beginning in 2005 when she did the jeans line. I wrote a page one story [for the Wall Street Journal]. I thought it was going to be a little brand that would appeal to teens, have its 15 minutes and then it would be gone. Then, when [Simpson and her first partner, Tarrant Apparel Group] fell out and she had to start over with [shoemaker] Vince Camuto, I thought, “Oh, this is going to be a heavy lift.” But it has really transcended. It’s no longer just a celebrity brand, it’s a brand. A lot of kids who buy those shoes were probably toddlers when Newlyweds first aired in 2003. A lot of teenagers who are wearing those shoes have no idea about the show. I was also surprised how the Kardashian brand at Sears, which started out with so much promise, just kind of descended into really shoddy merchandise. Apparently it’s still selling. Sears itself is a retailer that’s not that strong, so it’s kind of not surprising. But I remember seeing those clothes at the beginning, and I thought that they looked really, really cute. The Row was always on the right track. Same thing with Victoria [Beckham].



Hollywood stylist Rachel Zoe helped Jessica Simpson develop her signature style, 2004


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Posted by Gabriuska on Oct 08, 2014 with 0 Comments


Lady in lace!

On Friday, Oct. 3, Jessica Simpson snapped a series of adorable photos picturing the fashion empress en route to her sister, Ashlee Simpson’s 30th birthday bash. Bonus: It looks like the party had a costume element!

In the photos, the blonde stunner, 34, modeled an Old World Venetian beauty look, complete with a painted, silver lace mask and a deep wine statement lip. Bombshell waves completed the easy, but super-glam, beauty look.

We love the easy and deliciously pretty costume idea!.We are recommending a black lace face mask and burgundy lips for a gorgeous look that combines both Simpson and Johnson’s masquerade styles


Our picks: The Choies Crochet Lace Party Mask to start—only $10 and so pretty with its delicate details ( To match Simpson, pair it with a raspberry lipstick: If you’re in the mood to splurge, pick up Chanel Rouge Allure Lipstick in Pirate (, $35). For a more affordable alternative, choose L’Oreal Infallible Le Rouge in Bold Bordeaux (, $10).

Posted by Gabriuska on Oct 06, 2014 with 0 Comments


Ashlee Simpson just turned 30 and celebrated this weekend with a masquerade-themed birthday party that gave Jessica Simpson an opportunity to try out some excellent Halloween makeup that you’re going to want to put on your Halloween costume Pinterest board. Simpson looks like she’s wearing a cool silver Venetian Carnival mask that’s covered with pretty swirls and rhinestones. But instead of wearing an actual mask, she has one painted directly on her face. This is definitely a look that count as a Halloween costume you can do with just makeup. (But it also seems to count as a Halloween costume only makeup experts can pull off.)




But as cool as the painted on silver mask makeup is, I can’t help thinking that that wonderfully dark lip color is almost stealing the show. (And the smoky eye isn’t half bad, either.) Simpson credits her makeup to artist Karan Mitchell and her hair to Roque Jimenez, who also styled her baby blonde locks for her wedding earlier this summer. Something like this would be an easy way to make a good effect at a Halloween party without having to go all-in on a costume. (Also it’s sexy without being a boring old “sexy” Halloween costume.) But it’s not without its drawbacks.

“Not gonna lie,” Simpson said on her Instagram caption. It took about 3 washes to get this fantastic mask off.”

Posted by Gabriuska on Oct 05, 2014 with 0 Comments


Top: CBGMAXAZRIA Doris Sleeveless Wrapped Draped Tank Top

Pants: Vince Leather Tapered pants

Shoes: Nicholas Kirkwood Laser-cut python sandals.

Bag:Givenchy Easy tote in black suede and leather

Sunglasses:Tom Ford ‘Linda’ 59mm Sunglasses

Posted by Gabriuska on Sep 21, 2014 with 0 Comments


JSC fashion show at Nordstrom-the Grove on 09/20/2014


Posted by Gabriuska on Aug 17, 2014 with 0 Comments



Jessica Simpson has a lot going for her these days. She’s a new wife (as of July), a mother to two of the most gorgeous kiddos, and she’s managing her massive brand and empire. Clothes, shoes, handbags, and fragrances…what hasn’t she touched? Her latest fragrance is  self-titled  and comes with a sweet and fruity scent.

 Geared towards a more mature woman, it really feels like this fragrance was created at perfect time in her life.   Although we might not be growing with her financially we’ve all done a lot of growing up since the release of her first fragrance in 2004.  Here we are 10 years later wanting more and she gives us just that with Jessica Simpson Signature fragrance.

If you loved Fancy, Fancy Love, or I Fancy You you’ll be pleasantly surprised with her signature fragrance.  If we’re being honest here most people will do a blind purchase because of her history.  The top notes really don’t do this fragrance any justice; lots of crisp apricot, nectarine, and orange blossom.  It really takes on a new character when it reaches the middle notes; floral jasmine and tiger lilly.  I’m no fan of jasmine but with this blend it made me a believer.  As unusual as it sounds you also get a hefty dose of vanilla, tonka beans, chocolate, and sandalwood.

I know it sounds crazy but imagine a sophisticated sexy dessert that’s adorned with an edible flower; it brightens your senses and warms your heart.  It’s classic and affordable so you’ll find that it can be worn at the office, hanging with friends, or for date night. My 1 oz eau de parfum was only $30 at Ulta and I could smell it the entire day with only a single application.  Jessica has done it again!  Got in our heads and figured out exactly what we want.



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