The gods and goddesses of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York were looking over me yesterday as I managed to bolt from the amazing Oscar de la Renta show (more to come this week) and make it in time to pop backstage at Tibi for… Read the rest
I'm back with more NYFW goodies from some standout shows! I've definitely seen, the color yellow, lace, and different takes on vintage florals on the runways. I love being able to predict the things that might trend for that season and check back and see how accurate my fashion forecasts were!Have you seen anything trending for SS12?xoxo, lauren
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Hugh Jackman and Titan the robot hit the blue carpet for the Real Steel premiere at Leicester Square in London. The futuristic boxing thriller features robot boxers. The film opens in the U.S. on October 7th. Hugh Jackman briefly demonstrated a robot dance at the premiere. Jackman said he doesn't mind if he is overshadowed by the robot boxers in the film. He says, "I never worry about being upstaged. I just want to be in a good movie." Take a look:
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The bags are coming, the bags are coming! Finally, after the expected summer lull of new product, our favorite shops are filling up with the upcoming seasons’ accessories so quickly I can not keep up.
A few weeks ago, I felt bored and had to scour the web for… Read the rest
I have spent the better part of my 40s trying to look like I’m still in my 30s. And a lot of[...]
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The moribund U.S. economy has claimed another IPO victim: Facebook. The Financial Times reports that insiders have told the newspaper that the widely anticipated Facebook Initial Public Offering of stock in the U.S. has been delayed until late 2012.
The IPO is expected to be one of the world's biggest offerings and was expected to happen by April, 2012. Facebook recently raised more than $66.5 billion in a private offering. The public offering would raise even more. So why the delay?
After Groupon and Zynga delayed their IPOs, the market for offerings is looking a bit rocky. Sources told the FT that that founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to wait until at least September, 2012. The sources say that Zuckerberg wants employees working on development plans and not "focusing on a payout." Facebook has refused to comment on the story so far.
Because it is still private and it does not have to do financial filings until next April (because it now has more than 500 shareholders), Facebook does not release its financial statements. The FT says it makes around $2 billion a year, although other reports say Facebook is beating those numbers this year.
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