Couture Christmas Trees, Alicia Keys Jewelry, and Snoods For The Holidays


Eva Herzigové, 35 and still killin' it—this time in the pages of
. (Fashion Gone Rogue)

Alicia Keys, who we actually respect, puts her reputation on the line by joining the ever-growing legion of celebrity designers. (My Fashion Life)
John Galliano's Christmas tree for Claridge's ain't your grandpa's Douglas Fir. (Grazia)
Did you know that there's a fashion blog industry bylaw requiring us to mention Lady Gaga at least once in every 24-hour period? It's totally true. Totally. (The Cut)

Wall Street Journal
tells the tale of the Snood that Saved Christmas. (WSJ)

How did we miss this one? Pack-following mass-market brand Express is suing Forever 21, the reigning king of affordable ripoffs, for copyright infringement. That's just embarrassing for everyone all around. (StyleList)
Speaking of copyright infringement, "Hugu Boos"? "Giorgio Armwni"? Brilliant! (FWD)
Even as Luella struggles for life, Luella Bartley herself holds a holiday court at the legendary Liberty of London. (Elle)
Martha Stewart in tie-dyed leggings? Why not? (Martha)

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