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Monday, February 28, 2011

There's no place like my closet

Slingback patent leather pumps- These are my personal shoes that I took pictures of over the weekend. I really love these pumps - they are so in style right now and seem to go GREAT with jeans, dress pants & even leggings! They always catch the eyes of others because they seem to just stand out. I won't deny it I think I own just about every color Slingbacks.

Black 4 7/10'' High Heel 4/5'' Platform Stiletto Sheepskin Fashion Short Boots

Aren't these GORGGGG!!!! I personally like them for the fact they are a different style than most peep-toe shoes. For around $80.00 dollars these booties can be yours! Enjoy ladies ;)


Bio on Jamilette
Jamilette is currently an aspiring model, and has always wanted to be a model. Jamilette loves to model and take pictures, her hobbies consist of doing hair and the makeup as well, as admiring the art of photography in itself. Jamilette is always opened to learning new things and ideas! Just like myself, she is very spontaneous and outgoing, and is determined to exceed her future goal as a model. In more ways than one I'm proud of Ms. Jamilette from being in the U.S Army Marines to becoming now a model this woman is simply breath-taking. Jamilette's nationality background consist of half Honduras & half Indian decent. 

LR Writes: Jamilette and I have known each other for a very long time. When I had informed Jamilette of my new fond career of becoming a personal image consultant. she quickly gave me the opportunity to put my skills to the test! It was indeed a pleasure working with Jamilette on some of her recent shoots from editorial, runway & catalog. I'm honored that Jamilette has picked me to make her look fabulous throughout her career and I look forward to working on her next shoot in March.
For more information on Jamilette please feel free to check out her link below
(Pictures from the shoot will follow shortly)

Friday, February 25, 2011

I love & own a pair myself..

Bebe Trends - Best of BeBe Spring 2011 Now!

 THAT 70’S STYLE - Skinny jean, step aside—this new pant is all legs.

CORAL REEF - Soft-hued coral is this season’s sweetest shade.

 This style above is my favorite

DARK ROMANCE - Lace this luxe shouldn’t be limited to lingerie.

Lea - Also known as Ms. Sunshine

Bio On Ms. Lea

Just like the sun shining from the sky, the lovely Lea is bright, beautiful, hot, warm, welcomed, and necessary. In the summer of 2004 Lea burst onto the music scene with a guest appearance on rapper Lil Flip’s single ''Sunshine''. Lea’s infectious voice helped propel "Sunshine" to number 1 on BET’s “106 & Park” and MTV’s “Direct Effect”. The song was also number 2 on the Billboard charts (Top 100). It sold over a half a million mobile ring tones and reached a radio audience of over 114 million people, certifying it as the 2004 summer anthem. The sexy songstress also performed “Sunshine” live on “The Carson Daly Show”, MTV’s “Total Request Live” (TRL), The Source Music Awards, MTV’s “Hard Rock Live”, the 2005 Mix-show Power Summit showcase, and at the world-famous Apollo theater... No matter where she performs Lea captivates audiences with her melodic singing, striking looks and sassy personality..Born and raised in Queens, New York to a Puerto Rican mother and Dominican father, Lea has been singing since she was four years old. Although, Lea doesn’t remember much about her childhood, she certainly remembers music. She remembers belting out classics by Anita Baker, New Edition, Whitney Houston and Lisa-Lisa to both entertain her family and to make it through tough times. After graduating from high school she realized she wanted to pursue a music career. Determined, independent, and resourceful, Lea hustled to make a name for herself throughout the music industry. She was a reference singer, did showcases, plus researched and contacted many industry insiders in hopes of being discovered. Her hard work and perseverance paid off. In 2002, she inked her first record deal with Atlantic Records. However it wasn’t until signing her second and current record deal in 2004 with Blackground Records - home to artists like Aaliyah, Toni Braxton, Timbaland, Tank, and JoJo - that Lea truly began to shine. Since signing to Blackground, in addition to working with Lil Flip, the R&B singer has worked with some of the music industry’s hottest artists and producers including ThaCornaBoyz, Mario Winans, Brian Michael Cox, Static, Ryan Leslie, Trackstarz, Trackmasters, and Rico Love. Now armed with experience, great management, a committed record label, and undeniable talent - Lea is poised to take her rightful place among R&B royalty when her debut album releases in the New Year.

LR Writes- It's indeed an honor to know Lea from growing up in the same neighborhood of (Astoria, NY) to even knowing similar circle of friends. I know that in life all it takes is a big dream and a lot of hope to make it in this crazy/fasted paced industry but, with a lot of support and great people to keep you focused! There's nothing that we can't accomplish! On the fashion side- I had the privilege of helping Lea with some fittings for some of her photo shoots as well as videos & it was a pleasure working with Lea. Thank you for all your support and much success to you in the future.


Don't touch my iPad... I have many ipad covers but this one is my favorite..
PS - stay tuned for more from
Valentino Rockstud event!

Bebe- Style Seen: The Fashion Week Elite, pt.1

Show-going may be Fashion Week’s calling card, but half the thrill comes before the catwalk—and by that we mean all the style spotting to be had as the front row arrives. From editors to socialites to the occasional A-lister, let’s be honest, Fashion Week brings out the best of the best! Take a cue from a few of our favorite looks spotted so far in New York and London, and amp up your style en route to spring (despite a little drizzle and this winter’s freezing temps). Anything for fashion, ladies…

Thursday, February 24, 2011

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