Tuesday, March 29, 2011

GIVEAWAY: Marc by Marc Jacobs Pretty Nylon Computer Commuter Case (NEW/Quartz Grey)


Due to the overwhelming support I have been receiving from my followers
I have decided to host another Marc by Marc giveaway brand new from shopbop.com!

Enter by leaving a comment on any post

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The winner will be picked at random on Friday, April 29th.

*If the winner doesn't respond within 1 week, a new winner will be chosen*

Good Luck!!
XO
Jacqueline Nicole


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Friday, March 25, 2011

D ROSE


#MVP

Celebrity Style: Josh Duhamel


“If you’re like me, you’ve seen the pain and suffering going on in Japan right now, and really feel the need to help, to physically help - to actually Do Something. Well, we can!”- Josh Duhamel

source: just jared 


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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

GIVEAWAY: Marc by Marc Jacobs Pretty Nylon Pouch (black/NEW)



It has officially been one year since I have begun blogging and I thought a great way to celebrate would be with a brand new Marc by Marc Jacobs Pretty Nylon Pouch giveaway!

Leave a comment to enter, for an additional entry, follow me on twitter @jacquelinerezak.
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Don't forget to leave your e-mail address!

The winner will be picked at random on Saturday, March 26th.

*If the winner doesn't respond within 1 week, a new winner will be chosen*

Good Luck!
XO
Jacqueline Nicole


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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Chanel Fall 2011 RTW Paris




"The world is a dark place," acknowledged Karl Lagerfeld after the latest Chanel spectacle, which took place amid a fog-shrouded forest on a bed of still-smoldering scorched earth. There was some of the apocalyptic grandeur of German artists Caspar David Friedrich and Anselm Kiefer, and a bit more of the post-apocalyptic grit of Cormac McCarthy's The Road, but, as Lagerfeld himself noted, the models walked into and out of huge glowing squares of white light at each end of the catwalk. And isn't going into the light usually the way out of the dark place? At least it was in Poltergeist..."
-Tim Blanks


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Monday, March 7, 2011

Chanel Dinner: Blake Lively NYC


It wasn't Paris, but it could have been. At the dinner Chanel threw at New York's La Grenouille last night, French-speaking waiters buzzed around the crowded downstairs dining room. Champagne was poured for the likes of Tory Burch, AndrĂ© Balazs, and Jen Brill. It was a convivial, sit-down-and-stay-awhile affair—or, as Blake Lively put it, "a grander version of the tea parties I used to have." As it happened, her parents were on hand to confirm it. Lively, the youngest of five, had decided to make it a family affair. "I was the only one that didn't want to be an actor," she said. "My sister was a model, so I grew up watching her wear these beautiful designer clothes and never thinking that I would be in them myself." She's wearing them now, of course, and also helping sell the bags that go with them, as the face of Chanel's Mademoiselle line. The house had organized the dinner in her honor, perhaps because Lively won't be at the Paris show on Tuesday—not, as a blog-fueled rumor has it, because she doesn't want to, but because she's shooting the season finale of Gossip Girl. Warning: spoilers ahead! "There's no flexibility in the schedule, because we're all in every scene," Lively explained. One of the actor friends she'd invited along was Justin Long, who just wrapped an ensemble drama about a high school reunion called Ten Year and confessed he felt a little out of his element at a Chanel party. "Blake is very modest. She downplayed how extravagant this was going to be," he said. Nevertheless, Long had done his due diligence on the hosts. "I know they do handbags and clothing and perfume, even," he said.

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