Glamour Girl Goes to France—on the QM2!
Glamour Girl just returned from an extraordinary trip. She plied the waters of the Atlantic on the magnificent, fabled, uber-glamorous Queen Mary 2, a crossing that takes 7 days.
After being wined and dined and pampered to within an inch of her life (never mind that 36 hours before departure she wrenched her… more
Danielle Nicole at About Faces in Towson Thurs May 9
Fab handbag designer and local gal made good Danielle Nicole, about whom I wrote here, will be back in town on Thursday, May 9th, from 4 to 8 PM at About Faces Day Spa at the Shops at Kenilworth in Towson.
She’ll be featuring a new line of handbags inspired by and named after a… more
Academy Awards 2013
Glamour Girl was very lucky to be invited to an Academy Awards soirée chez Marion Winik, who is not only a great host but a great cook. The spread was fantastic, as was the abundant bubbly. GG never passes up a chance to drink bubbly—he who doesn’t love champagne doesn’t love life, or something like… more
Designer Danielle DiFerdinando at Nordstrom
Local-gal-made-good Danielle DiFerdinando, who sells her beautiful handbags under the name Danielle Nicole, will be hosting a trunk show at Nordstrom in Towson Town Center on Friday, February 15th. The event starts at 11 and goes all day.
Danielle has achieved an extraordinary level of success at a young age,… more
Red Dress Fashion Show 2013
Oh, wow, if there’s one color (actually, there are many) Glamour Girl loves, it’s red! That’s why she salivates every year at the Red Dress Fashion Show.
A consciousness-raiser for the issue of heart disease in women, the Red Dress Fashion show coincides with Fashion Week in New York. Various celebrities are tapped to sashay down the runway… more
Red Carpet Project
The New York Times has put together a wonderful compendium called the Red Carpet Project. It covers red carpet gowns from the past 15 years, and you can sort them by color, designer, actress, silhouette, even sleeve length. There are best dressed and worst dressed (at least according to the Times editors who participated), big names and little… more