J.Lindeberg Launches a Ski Collaboration with Chimi Eyewear

The Scandinavian brands have joined forces to imagine the chicest new way to protect your eyes on the slopes.
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Finish is Everything

Satin, matte, metallic, cream, sheer, the list goes on and on. Matte red lipsticks tend to have the staying power to get you through as many drinks at a holiday party as it will take to be fun, without reapplying. But if you have all the time in the world, you should explore your optins further. you're going for a lip that will pop against a basic outfit, a shade like Dior's "999 Metallic" does it best. It's a true red that will attract attention to your lips, particularly against any all-black or all-white holiday ensemble.

Purchase Dior's "999 Metallic" here. 

Dolce & Gabbana 

Fashion and design come together again in the latest collaboration between the fashion house and SMEG. Following the success of the hand-painted “Frigoriferi d’Arte” and the small appliance collections “Sicily is my Love” and “Divina Cucina” this latest lifestyle project with SMEG sees bold and beautiful patterns adorning home appliances such as a hob and cooker hood, coffee maker, toaster and more. Just as intricate as the details that go into every garment at the Dolce & Gabbana atelier, these original collaboration pieces encompass rich history and beauty, artisanal tradition and love of hand craftsmanship, thus transforming into icons of an authentic and contemporary lifestyle that is synonymous with luxury living.

Comme des Garçons

For fall nights where the weather's just right, grab this cardigan from Comme des Garçons before you head out. The silky ruffles add dimension and depth to the simple black cardigan, which makes it perfect for any date night or horror movie (same thing, right?).


Tiered Ruffle Wool Cardigan, $835, available at Nordstrom

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