Nov 6th 2007 4:07PM You know Sandy, the demand for this may seem slim now, but I truly believe in due time, it will increase. Wine (as well as, spirits) is extremely popular across the globe and has went from a "want" to a "need". Instead of writing an entire dissertation with the risk of boring you, I will just say that this is a good idea and I think it's destined to sell in due course.
Nov 6th 2007 4:03PM So beautiful and a great price, for a great cause. I am definitely interested.
Nov 6th 2007 3:59PM Congratulations to Leiber. It's also amazing to see Hermes on the list, as well as, Prada. Well deserving. Great blog Sandy! *hugs*
Nov 6th 2007 3:54PM This truly looks like an amazing experience, that is just destined to be pursued. It looks so amazing, so beautiful, but the catch is experiencing such. I would love to order this. Thank you for posting this Rigel. *hugs*
Nov 6th 2007 3:49PM Sounds great, but I have to tell you, Deidre...if you think this is amazing, you have to check out - http://www.golparibeauty.com It's an amazingly fluent Persian inspired beauty brand that uses gold as it's primary element. There is shampoo, lipglosses, and much more with gold in it. So amazing, so bank, so haute!!!! BTW, I love your blogs Deidre. *hugs* :o)
Oct 16th 2007 3:17PM It is definitely an original work of art and as the person stated above (in her own words, of course), the wooden handle above definitely adds an authentic, handmade certification that makes you appreciate it much more so.
Oct 16th 2007 3:10PM I think the model is beautiful and has an unique look. I don't think criticising her really is worth it, considering the bra and panties displayed aren't really worth it. The design is extremely bland, yet tacky. I have to admit, the garter is cute, but it doesn't do justice to enhance the bra and panty displayed. I have to admit, the garter is cuter than the bras and panties by far. They should have chosen a more unique design, that had some character, rather than this bland, boring, forgettable design. I love Victoria's Secret, so despite this tacky ensemble, I will continue to shop there.
Oct 16th 2007 3:04PM I have to admit, I had an idea that something of the sort would be innovated, however; I was a bit skeptical of anything on this sort of wavelength. I guess technology proves to be doing something right. One thing is certain, I am going to have to get myself one of these.
Oct 8th 2007 7:52AM Wow, it looks like something happened to my comment above. What I was basically was trying to say was, I was reminded of the Socialite Collection when I looked at this. I did not say that they are alike nor would I even say they were alike. In fact, I think they are different and the only similarity to The Socialite Collection and this is the Swavorski Crystals. The Socialite Collection and HCoutureBeauty does great with this concept alone, hence why it was one of the first companies to think of such a concept.
Oct 8th 2007 4:09AM Wow, I absolutely love this hat. I recently bought the ultimate 1920s ensemble and I have to tell you, this hat would be extremely bank with it. I love the entire concept. It's a mixture of the 1920s and post 30s era with a modern twist.