September 15, 2013

Fashion Scoop: SJP NEW Shoe Line,House Of Holland Nails


Its seem that  Sarah Jessica Parker‘s forthcoming shoe line, is apparently so appealing to Nordstrom, that they bought the entire collection without even looking at it first! The line’s key shoe seems to be ‘The Carrie,’ a pointy toe T-strap pump. The range will consist of flats, kitten, mid, and high heels, with prices ranging from $250 to $425. (WWD)

 Marc by Marc Jacobs has pulled one of their t-shirts after complaints that the graphic emblazoned on it looks too much like the cover from a Neo-Nazi band’s album. 
The shirt features a stencil of a pair of combat boots, which is nearly identical to the image on White Power rock band Skrewdriver’s 1987 Boots & Braces LP. “It has been brought to our attention that the imagery on a T-shirt of ours is similar to that used by a band,” A spokesperson told The Cut.  “We were not trying to make a connection to that band or make a statement of any kind. We have removed the stock of the shirt from our own stores and offer our retail partners the same opportunity.” The shirt has been removed from the Nordstrom floor, although Saks Fifth Avenue is still selling the controversial top. (The Cut)


Henry Holland in partnership with Elegant Touch, is bringing his kooky aesthetic to the nail art world, with the release of a line of fake nails. The collection promises ”the styles Geek Chic,  featuring suspenders and calculators; Polka Dot-It, with black-and-white polka dots; and Zig Zag Stardust, with neon zigzag designs,” and more. Check for them at Ulta, Ulta.com , and the House of Holland website at a reasonable $8 for a box of 24 nails in 10 sizes, plus a file, glue, and instructions on how to apply them.  Think I might have to pick up a set! (WWD)


Nasty Gal founder and CEO Sophia Amoruso has landed herself a book deal. The peddler of cool Cali quirk will publish her first book, “#GirlBoss: How to Write Your Own Rules While Turning Heads and Turning Profits” under the Portfolio and Putnam imprints of Penguin Random House, to be released this May. “The most obvious thing would be to do a style book, but I was way more excited to do a business book,” she told WWD. Sounds like a good read already! any plans to pick this one up? (WWD)

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