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Style Features

  • Remodeling

    Dream Builder

    By Sean DeFrank

    A trip to the home-improvement store isn’t the most exciting shopping excursion—unless, of course, a beautiful blonde who wants to remodel your kitchen surprises you. No, it’s not some sort of fantasy, it’s the premise behind Kitchen Crashers on the DIY Network starring interior designer Alison Victoria. A Chicago native, Victoria graduated from UNLV in 2006 and became the youngest designer to work for Christopher Homes. Her recent credits include a penthouse in the Trump Towers Chicago and the revamp of the Silverton hotel-casino.

  • Spring Fashion

    The Color Wheel

    Photographer: Jana Cruder/Jana Cruder Photography Retoucher: HaoyuAn Ren Stylist: Nicole Chandler Hair & Makeup: Jenna Baltes Model: Margaux/Elite Model Management Los Angeles

  • Profile

    The Flip Side of Jeff Lewis

    By Sean DeFrank

    As the sassy, demanding star of Bravo’s Flipping Out, it’s Jeff Lewis’ job to break the bad news to homeowners that their taste sucks. The good news is, he always sticks around to share his bright ideas and good style.

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    Art You Can Eat

    By Cindi Reed

    The art of cake decorating revealed itself to me in the unlikeliest of places: Tao Beach. It was Stephanie Pratt’s 24th birthday party in April, and bikini-clad cocktail waitresses interrupted my interview with the reality starlet to deliver her cake: a life-size 3-D sculpture of a sand bucket, complete with sugar handle and sugar sunglasses resting on top.

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    Leader of the Pack

    By Gabi De Mello Costa

    The blow-dry bar trend, where clients come in just to have their hair styled, rather than colored or cut, has spread faster than word of a sale at Louboutin. It is said to have roots in London, naturally progressing to other beauty-obsessed urban areas such as Los Angeles and New York. Women love the convenience of having a safe zone where they can take a break for their flatirons and let someone else do the wrist work.

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    The Mad Hatter

    Photographer Jana Cruder Makeup Whitney Urichuk, One Luv Agency Hair and Hat Design Marshall Van Ierland, Kelly Cardenas Salon Hair Design Assistant Natalie Burke Wardrobe Styling Nicole Chandler Model Nicole, No Ties Management San Diego Retouching Haoyuan Ren Shot on location at S P A C E Studios Las Vegas

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    Beauty Today and Tomorrow

    By Whitney Urichuk

    When it comes to makeup trends, the runways of New York, Paris, Milan and beyond are our inspiration for what will be hot during a particular season. The spring/summer 2011 shows have forecasted a bright and flawless look. Designers and their makeup teams primarily focused on one facial feature to highlight.

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    Makeup in 2036

    By Whitney Urichuk

    A quarter century from now, what will be the top products in the beauty industry? With improving technology and the ever-evolving desires of the consumer, I can only imagine the possibilities: 1. Water-activated mascara. A mascara that never dries out and will create any style lash. By activating the wand underwater, the mascara will instantly have a new texture to build more lashes. The more water you put on the wand the thicker and heavier the application. False eyelashes will be a thing of the past.

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    The Style Awards

    By Sean DeFrank

    Photo by Michael KovacJessica Lowndes Photo by Michael KovacCamilla Belle, Victoria Justice and Kate Bosworth

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    Ahead of Its Time

    By Ida Siverio

    Every year for the past five years, the art world has set its watch by Design Miami’s global forum for the best in design. For its sixth edition, Design Miami relocated to Miami Beach, adjacent to Art Basel. The result was an even deeper communion between the art world, the design world and collectors and followers. Under this year’s innovative tent structure, designed by Moorhead & Moorhead Studio, the international design community gathered to honor Konstantin Grcic as Designer of the Year.

  • Shopping

    The Gifting Suite

    By Melinda Sheckells

    Styling by Jan Rude

  • Shopping

    The Gifting Suite

    By Justin Alexander

    Photos by Jorge Novoa Jr. Styling by Jan Rude

  • Tips from a Pro

    Holiday Frenzy

    By Whitney Urichuk

    With the holiday season upon us, gift set sales are in full swing. The hottest brands in the beauty industry are releasing collections of their most savvy products, and these types of pairings usually only come around once a year. Whether you’re looking for that special someone, for a friend or yourself, this is your chance to get more bang for your buck. From fragrance to makeup and all things in-between, here are some amazing items for women and men that just arrived in stores:

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    Centennial of a Classic

    By Gabi De Mello Costa

    Italian fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna has built an empire on men’s suits, neckties, knitwear, sportswear and signature fabrics. Founded in 1910, the company continues to privately operate under the fourth generation of the Zegna family. Having built a reputation on utilizing the finest raw materials (Ermenegildo famously had “recipes” for fabrics), innovative customer relations and premium cuts, the company has grown to be multinational and include numerous sub-brands such as Z Zegna and Zegna Sport.

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    Seducing Las Vegas

    By Melinda Sheckells

    Albert Watson and I have two things in common: We both love Las Vegas and we both love strippers.

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