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Candice Swanepoel For Juicy Couture Directed By Terry Richardson

13 November 2012, 16.11 | Posted in Film, Media, Models | 1 comment »

Juicy Couture just launched a short film titled ‘California Dreaming’ to promote its holiday collection. Starring Candice Swanepoel and directed by Terry Richardson (also co-starring) at the setting of Chateau Marmont, the top model presents pieces from the actual collection packed in a L.A. typical ‘Girls-just-wanna-have-fun’ story.

As part of the brands new digital and social media strategy, the film includes links of the apparel and accesories of Juicy Couture, so that they can directly be shopped while watching it. With the hashtag #givemewhatiwant Juicy adopts this new media strategy to engage its customers in a two way dialogue.

Watch the video here above and check Juicy for more information.

Juicy Couture Tropical Print Sweatshirt

16 August 2012, 13.31 | Posted in Fashion | No comments »

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Juicy Couture  features this irresistible tropical print sweatshirt on Net-a-Porter this week, proving that every brand has the opportunity to step up its style game regardless of  what made them famous. I would love to see  a little more finishing details like fun stitches etc., but this is a good start. See it in various angles on the next page.

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Patricia Field Q&A With American Television

07 August 2012, 14.48 | Posted in Television, celebrity | No comments »

Speaking of tv wardrobe choices, Patricia Field has some very fascinating things to say about her career as a fashion designer. There’s a short clip going around that speaks to the back story of the famous Sex and the City Carrie tutu and nameplate necklace, but the video above is 49 juicy minutes long and is much more in depth. According to press accompanying the video:

[Field] discusses at length her role as designer for the long-running series Sex and the City and the impact the show’s fashion had on popular culture. She details her design process and her role to “elevate” the story a little higher through beautiful clothing. She outlines other television shows on which she worked, such as Spin City and Ugly Betty, and her contributions to the film “The Devil Wears Prada” with Meryl Streep. She also gives her advice to aspiring television costume designers and discusses her future career aspirations.

The interview was conducted by Bonnie Datt in October 2011, for American Television as part of a series called “Emmy TV Legends.”

HBO Girls: Fashion Not What It Used To Be

18 May 2012, 18.02 | Posted in Fashion | 2 comments »

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It’s interesting that Vogue did a piece covering the look of HBO’s Girls because one thing this show seems to be not about is fashion. Or at least it’s played very differently from the show Girls most frequently compared to, Sex & The City, for which fashion repeatedly was cited as the show’s fifth character.

Indeed, while the writer & star of the series, Lena Dunham, pays the requisite tribute to SATC via a giant poster featured on the studio wall of NYU student, Shonshanna (gosh I love that name), it’s something of a backhanded compliment as she is Girls’ least hip character with fashion choices that tend to be more mainstream mall-ish what with her matching Victoria’s Secret bra & panties, short-sleeved Juicy hoodies and ack, even a Snuggie! In many ways Shoshanna represents the final ripple of that which was spawned S&TC, with the end results not all that pretty much less chic. (And actually I have a theory that Dunham secretly has mixed feelings about the SATC comparisons, would prefer ones made to Seinfeld, and in the ultimate teenage rebellous move accidentally-on-purpose does a lot of stuff that kicks dirt on its main themes.)

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Video: New York Fashion Week In Five Minutes

01 March 2012, 01.10 | Posted in Fashion, street style | 1 comment »

If like us you felt like New York Fashion Week just flew by, enjoy this video by Liam Goslett. Focusing on all the juicy street style with a speed of light attention, simply genius. Enjoy!

NYFW: Jeremy Scott Autumn/Winter 2012

15 February 2012, 22.58 | Posted in Runway Show | No comments »

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The gathering of attendees for Jeremy Scott’s runway presentation is a show itself, always including celebs (this season the big flashbulb draws were Terry Richardson and Joe Jonas) plus an abundance of peacocking guests, hoping to catch the eye of the street photographers–including Scott Schuman. And then there was p.r. organizer Kelly Cutrone, a fashion celeb in her own right, sweeping in a few minutes before showtime to make sure her front-row VIPs  had their rightful spots, followed not far behind by her so-very adorable and pixie-esque daughter sporting silver sparkle sneakers.  

The runway show was fun and fresh, with the main theme bright iconic graphics, whether Juicy Fruit stripes, smiley faces or the king of whatever nation, Bart Simpson. One top was even accessorized with a giant cardboard unicorn. All around a great collection with lots of covetable items.

Photos by Kelvin Brown for HighSnobette. See more on the next page.

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Juicy Madonna Interview On ABC

13 January 2012, 20.42 | Posted in Music, celebrity | No comments »

Madonna is interviewed on ABC News on a variety of topics, including her predilection for younger fellas..

“I don’t want to live my life on my own….I need a partner in life. I’ve never really lived a conventional life so i think it’s quite foolish for me or anyone else to start thinking I’m going to start making conventional choices.”

…and lots on the movie, W.E, she directed, a first for her. She looks great! (Who’s the dress by readers, it’s amaaazing.) In a second part I’m reading elsewhere that she chit chats about Lady Gaga, and gives her opinion on whether Gaga has stepped over any lines (sort of it seems) when it comes to being inspired by Mo.

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Lana Del Ray On Cover Of Wonderland Magazine

03 November 2011, 13.47 | Posted in Jewellery, Magazines, Music | 3 comments »

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Wonderland magazines puts controversial new pop-star Lana Del Ray on its November/December cover. Shot by AJ Numan, she’s wearing jewels by Prada. Not yet aware of Del Ray much less the controversy? It boils down to her lips being fake or not (I’m gonna go to hell for writing this but I actually think they are paid for), which is shallow, yes, but more reflects on the “Manchurian” nature of her rise to fame. Indeed, even the young and hip enjoy a juicy conspiracy or two. You want more, check out Hipsterrunoff for the complete rant.

If you just want to judge for yourself, check out a recent video for “Video Games” on the next page.

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Kanye In Leather Pants + Nike Air Yeezy + Apple

02 November 2011, 16.32 | Posted in Sneakers, celebrity | 2 comments »


Kanye rocks relaxed-fit leather jeans to perfection, pairing them with a vee-neck charcoal sweater and his soon-to-be-launched Nike Air Yeezy kicks, which a sneaker buyer  tells us will launch on Black Friday. This is a look that any female could wear, too, and yet it still works for a guy like Kanye who has a feel for style plus loads of confidence. Nice Apple laptop Kanye is toting, too……can’t help but wondering what juicy files are to found therein!

Visit To Saks Fifth Ave Off 5th In Woodbury

01 June 2011, 14.33 | Posted in Retail, Shoes, boots, sandals | No comments »

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In celebration of the remodel of its Off 5th Outlet store in Woodbury Commons, Saks Fifth Avenue invited a bunch of bloggers a week back to take a tour of the store. Woodbury is about an hour’s drive from New York City, and is known for the high-end, designer names it attracts, including Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada and Tory Burch ( which has velvet ropes outside its store for crowd control purposes!).

The Off 5th store looked great, with an open air, spacious feel to it that makes it easy to shop. Overall, its shoe department is its biggest draw, offering a wide range of the poshy-posh designers (yes, the above image is of THOSE Chanel boots) it sells in its full-priced doors, but at a deep discount. The handbag department was also well stocked with juicy items, and the contempory department is highlighted by a Rag & Bone line, created exclusively for Off 5th. We were mesmerized by the shoes (I snagged myself a pair of Cole Haan sandals), but for accessory lovers, there’s a very large department set up right near the entrance that has a lot of tempting items, especially watches.

See shots of Miu Miu, Camilla Scovgaard and Burberry shoes on the next page.

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