Saturday, May 23, 2009

celebrity chiq!

The sandals are (big surprise) by their line Elizabeth & James, and are available for pre-order here! After taking a closer look at the shoes, we have to admit that they’re quite hot, and the fact that they’re only available in limited quantities makes them even hotter. Again, thank you Olsens for managing to make us fall in lurve with an item while out on your daily Starbux run. Sheesh.

After seeing this picture of Kate Moss out and about a few months ago I couldn’t help but think one thing: “I love her tunic!” If I had to take a guess back then I definitely would have said Gucci. However, I was happy to discover that it was a Kate Moss for Topshop piece. Why? Ummm… because I can actually afford it! If you are just as enamored, click here. Also, make sure to check out the rest of the Kate Moss for Topshop High Summer Collection because it’s quite fab.

I'm just so happy to share these with you guys!!
I so like to have Mary Kate's gldiator sandals, and I
super duper love Kate Moss's tunic top from Topshop..

Give me your thoughts about the items ladies.. haha..

3 loving thoughts,,:

Chomsiri said...

lately ive been in love with gladiator sandals!

Anonymous said...

I challenge Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to spend those obscene reserves held by their 'Jolie-Pitt' Foundation on legitimate efficient 'humanitarian' work or turn the funds over to others who will. To date, they have taken in $22,000,000 on the sale of baby photos alone, another 6 or 7 figures from other sources, and spent or granted only a fraction of that on 'humanitarian' work or 'good will' of any kind. The rest so far, has been spent on PR campaigns, plane rides, and super-high end accomodations for Brad and Angie in exotic locations around the world. I challenge them to meet the criteria of a legitimate charity, operate with a reasonable overhead, open their books to prove it, and get their 'foundation' worthy of a decent rating by ANY independent watchdog like Otherwise, to stop selling baby photos for 'charity' and stop seeking publicity for donations made in their own name to their own foundation/travel/PR firm shortly before or after the premier of their latest film or DVD release. I challenge Brad Pitt to do the same with his 'Make it right' Foundation. Which to date, has not met the criteria of a legitimate charity or been given a decent rating by ANY independent charity watchdog. Otherwise, to stop competing with 'Habitat for Humanity' for PR, credit, kudos, and funding. Who by the way have been building homes for the less fortunate in every major city including New Orleans for decades. 'Habitat for Humanity' has been 'Top Rated' for years by and others. They operate with a low overhead, volunteer workforce, and donated materials. No similar effort can match their progress hour for hour or dollar for dollar. They don't even come close. Unlike 'Make it right', the homes built by 'Habitat' don't just sit there vacant. They don't exclude by cost, lower income families. They are allocated and built specifically for the less fortunate who take part in the building process and move in immediately upon completion. 'Habitat' works in every major city including New Orleans. It puts 'Make it right' to shame. In fact, hundreds of legitimate charities have been given good-excellent ratings by and other independent watchdog groups. By contrast, the vast, overwhelming majority of celebrity 'foundations' have been rated poorly, fair, or not rated at all. They are inneficient, corrupt, focus heavily on PR, and operate with shady, self-serving, misleading accounting practices. They usually don't even meet the criteria of a legitimate charity. Still, they have the nerve to self-audit, self-praise, mislead the donor/fan base, seek funding from a number of sources including ordinary people, compete with legitimate charities, and cash in on maximum PR worldwide for their inefficient 'humanitarian' efforts. Its not right.

Kaz said...

i love everything by kate moss! but still, they're more expensive than the usual topshop stuff.