- Acquired Tastes
We all have our addictions. Kids have candy stores, men have sports and booze. But it’s the ladies who have picked out the best poison for themselves – jewelry.
- DEALFEED: Honey in the Rough
Deal: Get b>20% off Iosselliani jewelry through November 13 with code HS10. 10% of proceeds goes to Sandy relief.
Link: Honey in the Rough
- Day in Racked: Fashion Industry Heads to the Polls Then Tweets About It; H&M Clears Out Anna Dello Russo Stuff to Make Way for Margiela
Here’s what happened today in Racked cities around the country:
NEW YORK—NYC fashion industry hits the polls and then Twitter, naturally.
LOS ANGELES—NYC-based blogger and photographer Garance Doré is in LA peddling her video web series Pardon My French. Here’s how to suggest what she should do with it.
CHICAGO—Make way for Margiela: H&M is hawking the Anna Dello Russo collaboration as buy one, get one free.
- Mindblowing: Post-It’s New Purse and Compact-Shaped Dispensers Would Definitely Meet with Romy and Michele’s Approval
For the holidays, Post-It has released three lady-friendly versions of their classic dispensers. The dispensers are shaped like a clutch (pictured), a compact, and a giant diamond. Each one is pictured with pink Post-Its, because, you know, women.
Other than helping you grab sticky notes, what amenities do these dispensers offer? The compact one has an actual mirror in it, so you can use it to put on your lipstick. The clutch-shaped one is “great for multi-tasking.” And they don’t say this, but perhaps the giant diamond one is a good way to hint that your boyfriend should propose now.
If the brand really wanted to go full throttle in their ad campaign, they’d hire Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow to bring back their characters from Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion and have them redo the scene where they claimed to have invented Post-Its. Or at least they’d call one of these products a “Businesswoman’s special.”
· Romy and Michele Reunite, Wear Dresses Made of Post-Its [Racked]
· Post-It [Official Site]
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