Manolo says, the Bagsnob she has posted the latest Carnivale of the Couture!
Manolo says, the Carnivale of the Couture #8 it is now posted at the blog of the Counterfeit Chic. The theme it is the very timely Film and Fashion.
Manolo says, the Counterfeit Chic she has posted the topic for the next Carnivale!
n honor of the Academy Awards, our natural theme is
Film and Fashion
— in all of its technicolor glory. So put on your directors’ chapeaux and cue your thoughts on
This it is the excellent topic!
Not only is this week’s carnivale indeed most wonderful, but the Verbal Croquis has done the marvelous job of introducing the participants. Go read it now.
P.S. Here is the schedule for the next few weeks of the Carnivale of Couture!
Week of Monday, March 6th – Counterfeit Chic
Week of Monday, March 13th – Bag Snob
Week of Monday, March 20th – Shoe Lover
Week of Monday, March 27th – Style Tribe
Week of Monday, April 3rd – Papier Doll
Week of Monday, April 10th – Kiss Me, Stace
Week of Monday, April 17th – The Fashionable Kiffen
Week of Monday, April 24th – Final Fashion
Manolo says, the Carnivale of the Couture for the next week, it will be at the blog of the very witty Verbal Croquis. Here is the topic to be:
You are throwing a little dinner party in your apartment featuring fashion glitterati, past or present, dead or alive. You are only allowed to invite 5 people, so be careful in your selections. Feel free to include designers, style icons, journalists, models, moguls, intellectuals, you name it. Make your invite list, please share your reasons why you invited each person. Remember, every good hostess takes into consideration how their guests will mingle, so tell us about that too. For brownie points, tell us what they’re wearing, what you’ll wear and what you’ll serve, etc.
This it is the most amusing premise.
The schedule for the two weeks following this it is:
If you are the fashion blogger who would like to host the Carnivale and have not yet done so, please send the Manolo the email so that he may add your name to the list.
Manolo says, the next Carnivale of the Couture, it being held at super fantastic blog of the I Am Fashion, and the topic it is
Suprise darling! You have just won the lottery! How will you, the super fabulous fashionable blogger, spend your US$10m winnings? Tell us all about your money-spending plan!!
If you are the fashion blogger, or the blogger who aspires to the fashion blogging the Manolo he encourages you to participate in the next Carnivale. The most the merriest!
Manolo says, the Manolo’s friend the Kim she has the many links to the fashion bloggers at this week’s Carnivale de Couture!
What was your most/least favorite part/garment/party/celebrity sighting of The Week and, as a result, are you looking forward to the upcoming season with anticipation or trepidation?
Of the course, it should be obvious to the Manolo’s internet friends what the least favorite of the moment of the Manolo was.
I am so fortunate to host on the week when Fashion Week ends, the dust is settled and we can all make our assessments. So here is the question: What was your most/least favorite part/garment/party/celebrity sighting of The Week and, as a result, are you looking forward to the upcoming season with anticipation or trepidation?
This it is the excellent topic and the Manolo he encourages all of his blogging friends to participate.
Also, this week’s rolling Carnivale, the on-going blogging of the New York Fashion Week, The State of the Fashion Union, it is still being organized from the wonderful blog of the Fashiontribes.com
Manolo says, the Fashion Tribes they have another of the State of the Fashion Union round ups over at their most entertaining blog.
One of the favorites from this round up, it is the Fashion Divas exhortation to Look Like the Grown Up!
Probably one of the worst ideas to ever evolve in the workplace was “casual Friday,” which has insidiously snaked itself into “casual everyday,” and it does not improve the work or the image of working women. There was a time, before all this “revolution” in the workplace, when everyone who worked dressed up. Once upon a time, when being a secretary was considered respectable, secretaries dressed smartly and had an air of importance (remember Della Street?). Then somewhere along the line, the position morphed into “just a secretary” and now some ladies feel that wearing “just about anything” is acceptable. A lot of “dressing for the workplace” articles focus on the “professional woman.” Divas, if you are gainfully employed in a company, you are a professional. Dress like one.
The Manolo he could not have said it better himself.