Friday, April 29, 2011

Royal Wedding blog necklace giveaway WINNER

I would like to congratulate Jen Smith on winning the smoky quartz and pearl necklace! It must be her lucky day because it also happens to be her bday! Happy birthday Jen!
Thank you all for participating in the contest! Be on the lookout for the next giveaway! Hope you all have been watching the Royal Wedding! I have been busy posting links to pictures of the Royal Wedding on my facebook page. So much eye candy.......

Monday, April 25, 2011

Royal Wedding Day Giveaway

Since everyone is in Royal wedding mode I decided to join in by offering a giveaway this week.

 Oxidized sterling silver wire wrapped necklace with soft white pearls and faceted smoky quartz briolettes. Necklace measures approx. 16"L with 2" chain extension.

Mandatory entries:

  1. Become a facebook fan, tweet or facebook about this giveaway (leave a link with your post letting me know you've done so.
  2. Leave a comment below with your name and a way to contact you.
Extra entries: ( Leave a separate comment for each extra entry)
  • share this giveaway on any other networking site, spread the word! More links - more chances to win !
Giveaway is domestic in U.S.! I will choose the lucky winner with  after 12:00 am EST on April 30, 2011! I will contact the lucky person through the e-mail address given. If I won't hear back from the winner within 3 days, a new number will be chosen.

Friday, April 15, 2011

Bellaire Art Festival April 16, 2011

It is that time of year again! Bellaire Art festival time! The location is at Bellaire Park 7008 S. Rive Ave. from 9am to 5pm on Saturday. Mention this blog at the festival and get 20% off regular priced items. I look forward to seeing everyone out there!

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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at The Met

Wishing I could visit NYC for the Alexander McQueen exhibit at the Met from May 4 to July 31. It will include approximately 170 pieces, including clothing and accessories from the archives of the brand in London and the house Givenchy in Paris. Vogue Mexico reports:

The museum will be divided according to the ideas and concepts that inspired McQueen fashion. Romantic Gothic , for example, show his passion for history, the Victorian Gothic fascination with opposites like life and death or light and darkness. Romantic Nationalism reflect his interest in British and Scottish history; Romantic Exoticism that had influenced the designer cultures and faraway places as India and Japan, and Romantic Naturalism interest in wild nature, so evident in his latest collections of shoes “lobster” or printed fabrics with natural motifs and water.

 via Vogue Mexico

via New York The Cut