The Sephora Glossy: Interview with Jeweler Alexis Bittar

We chat with the celebrated jeweler on his limited-edition collection with our very own SEPHORA COLLECTION.

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This holiday season, SEPHORA COLLECTION teams up with famed jeweler Alexis Bittar to present Liquid Gold: a decadent three-piece lineup of gilded keepsakes, featuring the Beauty Brush Set + Stand, Beauty Brush + Travel Wrap, and Compact Mirror. “I am personally a huge fan of Alexis Bittar—his designs are beautiful, unique, and often unexpected,” says Elizabeth Hayes, SEPHORA COLLECTION Vice President and Divisional Merchandise Manager. “This is one of the most elevated product offerings we have ever launched and it was an opportunity to surprise and delight our client with something exciting.” The Sephora Glossy caught up with the Brooklyn-born Bittar to learn more his love of jewelry and the Sephora-exclusive precious pieces. RENEE TRILIVAS

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Drink Me, Eat Me, Wear Me: The Fashion Inspired By Alice in Wonderland

Alice took a wrong turn in wonderland and ended up on the runway! Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Tim Burton is sure to take us all on a psychedelic ride in his highly anticipated remake of Lewis Carroll’s beloved nonsensical story Alice in Wonderland. which is set to be released March 5th.

Designers have been tripping over themselves to join the tea party and design Alice in Wonderland-inspired products—everything from nail polish to wedding gowns. So, lose yourself down the rabbit hole that’s been transformed into a high-fashion runway.

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Go Nude

December 14, 2009

This Fashionista is rocking a casual nude jacket over a comfy cashmere cardigan. She’s paired this nude look with a vintage cameo necklace, a twisted chiffon headband, and darling tweed flats.

Her delicate cameo necklace belonged to this Fashionista’s great grandmother and is a family heirloom. So, go raid your grandmother’s jewelry box and see what you can dig up. Or try this framed cameo necklace and these drop earrings.

You can’t go wrong coupling nude hues with any shade. I love combining it with black—especially black lace items. Linking these two items will effortlessly emote a lingerie-inspired, Lady Gaga-esque effect. Nude looks can be uber feminine like this dainty dress by Rodarte for Target or this demure Audrey dress. Also check out this courtly black dress or this cutout lace blazer.

You can also go nude with your accessories. Try this ribbon chain purse or these geometric cutout booties. For this cold winter weather, throw on this camel trench, ribbed beanie, or fingerless leather gloves.

Style On,

Renee Trilivas