Tagged: alice & olivia

Giving Never Looked So Good

Here’s your chance to give the gift that literally keeps on giving, and all the while doing it in style.  One Kings Lane and a selection of 7 designers; including Rachel Zoe, Simon Doonan, Alice+Olivia, Rachel Roy, and Lela Rose;  have collaborated to create a limited collection of designer gift wrap with proceeds benefitting the charities of their choice.

For $15 you get a set of 3 designer gift-wrap rolls consisting of 8 sheets per roll.  Plus while you’re bringing the most stylishly wrapped gifts to the party, you’re also helping those in need this holiday season.

Sales start November 14 with Rachel Zoe.  Check a few sneak peaks from the collection below…

Rachel Zoe for Save the Children November 14

Simon Doonan for Lower East Side Girl’s Club November 28

Lela Rose for The Edible Schoolyard Project November 28


Rachel Roy for OrphanAid Africa December 3


I’m really loving Lela Rose and Rachel Zoe’s collections, and looking forward to seeing what the other designers have to offer.  Also, since the designs are not necessarily holiday themed, the wraps can be used year round for any occasion or even framed as artwork for your walls!

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pics via Elle

neimans hit the bullseye

if you haven’t already heard, target and neiman marcus have teamed up with 24 designers from the cfda (council of fashion designers for america)  to bring us a 50 piece holiday collection out in target and neiman stores this december 1st.

ranging from $7.99-$499.99, all pieces and prices have finally be revealed. here is a splattering of some of my wish list:

see all products here and here

i’m sure we all remember the target x missoni collaboration that was gone in a flash and lead to thousands of upset internet buyers (including myself). that’s why i’ve already set up my game plan for getting my hands on some of this limited designer gear on the cheap because who knows if i’ll ever be able to afford that proenza schouler ps1?

what do you think of the collection?