If I were to ever win a yacht on The Price is Right, I’d trade it in for a Birkin.

By The Starving Stylist on 4/27/2010

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Jacket: MARC by MARC JACOBS. Cardigan: CLUB MONACO. Shirt: GAP. Pants: H&M.
Boat Shoes: TOMMY HILFIGER. Watch: STAUER AUTOMATIC.



I watched my former game show favorite, The Price is Right this morning as a packed my bags for Toronto. I’ve always dreamed of being on the show when I was a kid. Dropping those discs in the Plinko game, spinning that gigantic wheel, kicking and screaming “I LOVE YOU BOB BARKER” all while wearing a tacky polyester shirt with something obnoxious printed on it.

BUT. Now that dream is gone, Bob Barker is retired, I wouldn’t dare be caught in something made of synthetic materials and I would rather win a Birkin bag over a yacht or a granny-looking bedroom set, ANYDAY.


Anyways, BON VOYAGE everyone! Follow me on Twitter to get my updates of debauchery. . .wait umm. . . I mean adventures while I’m away in Toronto! xxo



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The Starving Stylist for La Société de Mode

By The Starving Stylist on 4/25/2010

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A bit overdue but never too late to be mentioned, click on the banner above and check out my special Q&A session with the lovely ladies, Rebecca and Maddy of La Société de Mode/The Fashion Society from France.

Thanks again for the special feature ladies! Bisous!



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Nothing wrong with mixing business with pleasure.

By The Starving Stylist on 4/20/2010

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Trench coat: BURBERRY. Shirt: H&M. Jeans: DIESEL. Boots: FLUEVOG. Scarf: DIESEL BLACK GOLD.
Belt: D&G. Beanie: DIRTY ENGLISH.


With my Louis Vuittons’ packed and sunglasses adorned, I will be running away to Toronto one week from today in hopes of finding some sort of work inspiration or life altering experience.

I’m going strictly for personal growth and "business reasons", and when I say "business" it actually means that I’m on the hunt for a few missing pieces for my wardrobe that I am in dire need for and cannot find in Vancouver. The same old mission but just in a different city.



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Scrapping in Ezra Constantine

By The Starving Stylist on 4/15/2010

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Ezra Constantine Spring Summer 2010


If I wanted to make a bold and edgy statement through my clothes or if I were to wrangle a bitch to the back parking-lot by the weave and look damn good doing it, I’d be damn sure that I would be dressed in nothing but Ezra Constantine by the talented Greta Constantine design duo, Kirk Pickersgill & Stephen Wong.

I favorited the Ezra Constantine’s Spring 2010 Menswear debut collection. From the intricate inseaming details on leather pants to how alluring a garment drapes over a man’s body to even their ultra masculine and provoking campaign lookbook . . . .Je l'aime!

I look forward to the upcoming collections for the menswear. Now if only I could hustle on the streets to have enough money or sell my heartless soul to the Devil to get my hands on a pair of those marvelous biker pants from this collection. . .




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"A treadmill is NOT a fashion runway"

By The Starving Stylist on 4/08/2010

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Leather jacket & striped shirt: H&M. Jeans: DIESEL. Scarf: DIY. Sneakers: GUCCI.
Bag: PRADA. Necklace: 5PREVIEW. Aviators: VALENTINO.


Stab me in the toe with a stiletto because I would be lying to you if I said I have never worn a pair of designer sneakers to the gym to work out in before. I don’t dare do it anymore ever since my little but tragic treadmill mishap with a pair of Marc Jacobs hi-tops but I will admit to this heinous crime, which then again I am not really ashamed of because hell sure knows I looked damn f****** good when I was doing it.




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Starving for Guidance.

By The Starving Stylist on 4/06/2010

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My life may be in the wrong direction and at a upwhirl spiral of life saddening events but with much needed patience and correct steps taken from now on, will I hopefully find myself pointed in the right direction.




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What ever happens in Vegas, goes on MY blog

By The Starving Stylist on 4/02/2010

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4 days with 4 friends in 1 sinful city that just never sleeps.

Flirting with flight attendants for free cocktails on the plane, pillow fights at 5am in the morning with hundred dollar silk pillows, poppin' champagne at 11am at David Yurman, fierce walk-offs in broad daylight on the Vegas strip to even partying VIP with a Real Housewife of Orange County, there was absolutely not a single dull moment I had in Vegas.

But my absolute fondest memory of this trip was being able to touch and hold 1 of the 45 jaw dropping shoes that was literally straight off the runway of the late Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2010 RTW collection. I batted my lashes and pulled my shirt lower in order to had them take the masterpiece out and show it to us but unfortunately I wasn’t allowed to take a photo of it (I guess I wasn’t showing enough meavage). When asked how much these shoes costs, my throat swelled up and my eyes bulged in shock. Holyyyy Lord! Let’s just say that these bad boys would cost about 4 months rent in a nice place in Yaletown Vancouver!

The experience I had while I was away for just the weekend was incredible and definitely unforgettable. But too bad I’ll have to live off plain rice and soy sauce for the next handful of months to pay off all my Vegas purchases.



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