February 26, 2015

BON LOOK HOMME



 It was all about men last night, at Bon Look's launch for #BonLookHomme! The reputed and very stylish eye wear company based in Montreal has introduced their new collection for men. BonLook describes this line to be for the man that stands out for his unique vision. 

Indeed, there were a lot of fabulous men at the event and I could not help to watch them try all the sleek and contemporary glasses. BonLook Homme offers quintessential eye wear designs that will boost your look to the utmost cutting edge and professional level. 


What's good about BonLook? Seriously, I can't explain how happy I am to finally find an online eye wear retailer that not only offers you to virtually try on glasses but most importantly has a team that will measure your pupillary distance, which is a big ordeal for those of you who know what I am talking about. Most online eye wear retailers do not offer this service and trust me you do not want to measure it yourself, too risky. All in all to say, shopping on BonLook is hassle free. 

Their team travels to the hottest fashion capitals such as Paris and Milan in order to scout the latest trends. As seen in Vogue and Cosmopolitan, BonLook has nothing but rave reviews, I highly recommend anyone looking for a stylish pair of eyeglasses to shop this site. 








My two favorite frames from the #BonLookHomme collection:

J'adore, buy it here.



Free Spirit, buy it here



My instagram captures of the night, look up #BonLookHomme! 





Photos courtesy of: Nightlife.ca

February 23, 2015

FASHION FIX NJ!



This has to be one of the most exciting blog post for me! I had the opportunity to interview Wardrobe Expert and Television Fashion Stylist, Christie Maruka. As a previous stylist on the Tyra Banks show and Montell Williams, Christie is now owner of Fashion Fix New Jersey which is a mobile fashion showroom catering to clients all over the USA.

Christie operates out of a high-top Mercedes Benz which is decked out in fabulosity and is stuffed with chic designer wear. She offers her service as a wardrobe consultant and personal shopper, by helping women and men with issues such as closet purging. Christie operates nation-wide and enjoys showing her clients the versatility of an item and what silhouettes or colors may or may not work for them.

Christie and I, could have chatted for hours, our conversation was endless. From discussing the retail climate in fashion to the hair-pulling topics about teenagers and pop culture, it was great to hear the opinion of a self-made Wardrobe Stylist with 30 years of experience in the industry.


Why did Christie get into Fashion Styling?

Christie was bold and fierce with her answers and told me since age 15, she was focused on her goal to be a fashion stylist and open her own retail stores, which did happen. She loved fashion and always dreamed of empowering others by boosting their closets and giving them makeovers so they could take on a new career, life path or attend that special event in confidence.

 Christie had suffered from a form of scoliosis at a young age, which prevented her from partaking in normal teenage activities. Due to this, she could not wear all fashion trends, since she had to wear a brace for her condition and she was motivated from that age to defeat all odds and become a stylist. Christie had the necessary spinal fusion surgery to correct her condition at age 19 which changed her life for the better. Empowering teenagers and boosting their self-confidence is a very dear cause to the talented stylist. She states that her most rewarding styling gigs were showing teenagers how to dress fashionable on a low budget. She'll take teens to Target and H&M to show them that designer brands aren't required to look good.


What is Christie's advice for anyone who aspires to work in Fashion Styling?

Work in retail to achieve that ground experience, save money from a very young age, get your formal education and intern. Christie could not stress enough that she worked for every penny she earned since the age of 15 and was always focused on the prize.


I was able to catch Christie in between her crazy New York Fashion Week schedule, so I had to get the 411 from her...


What major trends did you spot at MBFW for F/W 2015?  

Stylist, Christie Maruka describes the dominant trends for the Fall/Winter 2015 season as Over sized coats, Sherpas, furs, bold patterns and tartan plaids. Here are a few of her fave shows at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York.


Hervé Léger takes their bandage dress to a whole new level for Fall 2015 


Bohemian & chic with Anna Sui 


Christie's favorite show, BCBG MAXAZRIA 



It's all about big bold coats at Coach.


Check out more of Stylist, Christie Maruka's commentary on:

Facebook page: Fashion Fix NJ


February 18, 2015

Winners & Marshall's Media Launch



I checked out the Winner's & Marshall's media launch for their Spring-Summer 2015 trends and it was so exciting. Seriously, this winter has been so harsh and seeing all the amazing spring-summer trends that will be available at Marshall's & Winners for the upcoming season was so uplifting.

So many pastels, floral prints, palm trees, light jacquard tops and gorgeous maxi dresses were seen at the media launch, it was breathtaking. Since the media launch, I have gone to Winners and I have hit the racks pretty hard, I am getting ready for the temperature change and can't wait to show you all my new purchases. In the meantime, here is a look at items that I fell in love with at the event. 












I died at the sight of this designer crop top, it is absolutely cute. The refreshing and vibrant floral print is perfect for the upcoming season and for a retail price of 79.99$, you can't go wrong, it offers such an amazing fit and quality. Stylist & Television fashion expert, Erica Wark also chose this designer crop top as part of her must have items for Spring-Summer 2015, she also chose this funky designer blazer which retails at 129.99$. See more of her fave floral items from Winners on the Online Showroom website. 







Don't you love shopping through the countless racks at Winners and Marshall's?