Starting 2011 with the best of 2010

A few weeks before the S/S 2011 collections hit the stores and the A/W 2011-12 Fashion Weeks begin, through an exclusive series of articles I’ll be guiding you through the best fashion or fashion related events I attended in 2010 and haven’t still been presented on PaulaTrendsets. I’ll soon be uploading my trendspotting column from Madame Figaro Cyprus as well. From catwalk shows to book-signings, stay tuned…

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Indulge yourself with Anna Sui cosmetics

Anna Sui cosmetics and make-up have long been among my favorite brands for a handful of reasons; glamorous yet romantic and feminine design inspired by the Belle Epoque, high quality, perfect result, and the characteristic rosewater scent in every single product of the makeup line from powder to mascara. Even though the eclectic brand is slightly more expensive than the usual mainstream beauty brands, it’s certainly…

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A year of celebration for Polo Ralph Lauren (Video)

2010 has been a fascinating year for American designer Ralph Lauren. Not only was he proclaimed a Knight of the Legion of Honour by French President Nicolas Sarkozy and inaugurated a brand new 5-storey flagship store in St Germain in Paris back in April; his luxury fashion house, Polo Ralph Lauren, celebrated 10 years of digital innovation with the projection of a…

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Glam it up in black & gold – PPQ catwalk video

There’s no more glamorous color combination than black and gold – black for the sexiness and mystery, gold for the glitz and shine. As Christmas and New Year parties approach, get some inspiration for your festive outfits straight from the PPQ catwalk show for this season. Footage taken at the London Fashion Week main catwalk last February (A/W 2010).  Enjoy! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6_voE34Srk]

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A Christmas Tree made of Designer Shoes at Harvey Nichols (Video)

Dressing a Christmas tree with the designer shoes which were auctioned for “Save the Children” was the best way to conclude the “Killer Heels to Kick Out Killer Diseases” campaign. After all, Christmas is all about giving and in this very case, a Christmas tree made of designer shoes was nothing about consumerism but all about helping the charity to…

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