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I’m in love with Thursday/Friday’s new Artist Series!

How stinkin cute is this “pochette”? I’m dying over it! It’s the cutest little bag, fits perfectly in your hand! I’m going to use it for my makeup bag, and I’m so stinkin excited! Seen here is the Artists Here Pochette, in Moto Blue!

New York-based artist Samantha Hahn uses her signature watercolor illustration to transform their best-selling bags into unique and fashionable summer accessories.

Pair the Here cosmetics bag with your Together bag: it’s fully lined in smooth, durable nylon and has a metal zip closure. The D-ring on the side is perfect for attaching a key chain or for clasping the bag onto the Super Together’s inner swivel snap.

Just as with a Together bag, they wanted to take cosmetics bag a step further, to have the bag itself be a parody of IT-bag mania.  So they ended up with a surreal design that references luxury but ultimately works as an anti-status status symbol.

This bag will wear like your favorite jeans. As you use it, the print’s glossy surface will fade gradually, personalizing the bag to the way you wear it. The bag will be more beautiful the longer its with you.

The only question is, “which color?”

This pochette is only $35! Check out this bag – and many more – HERE!

Julianne Moore is the new face of Reed Krakoff!

Julianne Moore has just been announced as the face of luxury fashion brand Reed Krakoff.

The 52-year-old actress posed for this picture, taken by the designer himself, for the Fall 2013 campaign. The photos were shot at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Manhattan.

She wears a python-print camisole in the image, and her red hair worn loose over her shoulders – looking more like a woman in her early thirties than one two decades older.

The designer, who recently left his post as creative director of Coach to focus on his eponymous brand, said that he has long been a fan of the actress.

He told WWD: ‘I have admired Julianne’s extraordinary talent and unique style for many years and have been fortunate enough to get to know her on both a professional and personal level.’

I think Julianne is gorgeous. She is a great choice! Can’t wait to see the rest of the campaign!

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Lauren Hutton lands a Lucky Brand campaign – at 69!

How many nearly 70-year-old women do you know look this good in skinny jeans?

Lauren Hutton, 69, looks absolutely gorgeous in a new denim campaign for Lucky Jeans.

Starring in Lucky Brand’s fall Denim Democracy campaign, the gap-toothed supermodel, wearing wedge boots and natural make-up, shines alongside several other blue jean-wearing youngsters.

The All-American ad was shot in Los Angeles, on the front porch of a wooden country house.

Ms Hutton, who also recently featured in Net-A-Porter’s The Edit and had one of her vintage photos grace the latest cover of Town & Country, wanted to keep her look as natural as possible for the shoot, according to WWD.

Bringing her own make-up, the model ‘took care of every last brush stroke herself.’

And just five months shy of her 70th birthday, Ms Hutton, a keen motorcycle enthusiast, remains an American icon.

‘Our wrinkles are our medals of the passage of life,’ she told the London Telegraph in 2009.

‘They are what we have been through and who we want to be. I don’t think I will ever cut my face, because once I cut it, I’ll never know where I’ve been.’

She looks absolutely gorgeous! One more photo after the jump! More »


Miranda Kerr kicks off the start of summer in bikinis for Net-a-Porter!

Happy first day of summer! Ready to break out those bikinis!? Uh huh, me too!

Miranda Kerr appeared in this week’s online magazine Net-a-Porter.com, and in this week’s issue she models new swimwear. (Just shoot me already.)

In the interview, Miranda opens up about being victim to the ‘Bling Ring,’ leaving Victoria’s Secret, and the secret to keeping her marriage strong.

On having her lingerie lifted by the teen thieves now immortalized in a movie with Emma Watson:

“The weird thing is that I am not attached to things: they come and they go,” she said. “It could have been worse, that’s what I always say about everything. I mean, no one was hurt.”

On the supposedly acrimonious split with Victoria’s Secret:

“Ed [Razek, who has been casting the models for 15 years] and I are really good friends, and we both decided it was impractical for me to continue. I have such fond memories of working with them.”

On her marriage to actor Orlando Bloom:

“I am quite dominant in my career, so what really works for me when I come home, is to relax more into the feminine side,” she says. “If you’re really an alpha female, you don’t allow [your partner] to have the space to feel like the man in the relationship. Maybe I am too traditional, but men feel important when you ask for their help, instead of thinking you can do it all on your own.”

What do you think? Is letting your MAN be the MAN the trick?