Last Reply by Yorkigirl | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, All About Accessories
L.A. women have a style all their own. I don't know if it's the great weather, or if there's something in the water, but the women there all have a casual, yet sophisticated point of view. Instead of all black, like New York, (which I'm obviously partial to), it's designer jeans and a T-shirt, or an exotic tunic with skinny jeans.
So much of the West Coast fashion is flowy, effortless, and free-spirited. But, while care-free Californians may embrace a more simplified look, they like to finish it with great accessories. A simp... Continue Reading
Last Reply by yoyin | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, All About Accessories, All About Handbags
When you think of American sophistication and luxury, two designers immediately come to my mind: Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors. These gentleman took the European concept of luxury as a starting point and went on to infuse it with an energy and point of view that makesit uniquely American. I like to think of Ralph Lauren as creating the design heritage, and Michael Kors as making it look like it just got off a private plane. Their looks are a mix of elements: always elegant, a little unexpected, and never "paint by number." I like to study them, whether I'm wearing them or ... Continue Reading
Last Reply by valoriejae | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, All About Accessories, All About Handbags
My uniform of choice in the summertime is a maxi dress. The right summer dress is much more flattering than shorts, covers a multitude of sins in the "cellulite and/or I didn't have time to shave today" categories, and draws attention to the upper body, where most women are naturally leaner.
There are some good rules to remember when choosing a great summer dress.
Find a style that works with a traditional bra if you're not comfortable wearing a strapless bra on long, hot summer days.
Find a good convertible bra to give you as many options on necklines as ... Continue Reading
Last Reply by cericdog | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, All About Accessories
This season's big trend of colorblocking is one that we can all use. If you're trying to "shop in your closet," it allows you to make your existing pieces look new. Or, if you're looking for a reason to buy a brand-new piece, it gives you plenty of those too.
Last time on The Lisa Robertson Show, one of our "Looks" (Color Me Happy) gave you colorblocking in a bold way, so this Friday, we're giving you a more "toned-down" approach. Cristina Ehrlich is a celebrity stylist that launched her line on QVC during our Fashion Week&nb... Continue Reading
Last Reply by ruerue | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, All About Accessories
QVC's Buzz on the Red Carpet starts tonight at 9pm ET! I hope you've made plans to join me, Courtney Cason, and Rachel Boesing for our live show here in L.A.
Can I tell you how excited I am about my dress? Mark Zunino (genius!) was kind enough to design yet another masterpiece for me and this year's dress is just gorgeous. Take a look at his sketches below. But first, find out the details about tonight’s event and meet some of our headline-designers in this video. Mark even says a little more about my dress. :)
Courtney, Rachel, and I will see y... Continue Reading
Last Reply by prozie | Started by Lisa Robertson in Hosts & Personalities, All About Accessories
Hollywood is preparing for its biggest awards night of the year and QVC is right in the middle of it. So many celebrities, designers, stylists, and top Hollywood trendsetters are in town and they're joining us this Friday for our Buzz on the Red Carpet event live from in L.A. So who's here? What's in like to be in the middle of it all? See for yourself.
The Buzz on the Red Carpet airs this Friday at 9pm ET. You’ll see Heidi Klum, the Kardashians, Nicole Richie, red-carpet legend Joan Rivers herself, and the list goes on. In the meantime, go to QVC.com t... Continue Reading
Last Reply by SharonDol | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, All About Accessories
In New York last week, I was lucky enough to get a behind-the-scenes tour of the brand-new CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) “Impact” exhibit on display at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. The CFDA is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and wanted to acknowledge the near 600 designers who have been members over the last five decades.
The council asked a select number of those designers to pick the pieces they felt best represents their impact on the world of fashion and the results were breathtaking and insightful. Thanks to the museum and ... Continue Reading
Last Reply by claddah | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, All About Accessories
Accessories are underrated. With one bib necklace, you can send a message that you’re a woman in charge. With some wide-rimmed sunglasses, you can pass as a movie star in disguise. And with one pair of red pumps, you can scream, “I am woman” without uttering a word. Accessories make or break an outfit; they tout your fashion savvy; and accessories express who you are.
I've had some of my accessories for years. Like wardrobe essentials, I think there are accessory essentials that look good season after season, year after year…a neutral handbag or a string of p... Continue Reading
Last Reply by hkrice | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, All About Accessories
We've seen all kinds of spring trends this week at New York Fashion Week, but one that really stood out to me can be summed up in three words: break the rules. Don't be afraid to mix and match textures, patterns, and colors. Don't be afraid to wear something unexpected. Accents and combinations that would have once been considered fashion faux pas are now expressions of individuality.
Who better to shed some light on this up-and-coming trend than our own Lori Goldstein. She's the queen at breaking all the rules and doing the unexpected. And, she make... Continue Reading
Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, All About Accessories
She's business savvy, she's well-traveled, she's adorable, and Geren Ford is a highly sought-after fashion designer who's line, gf by Geren Ford, debuts on QVC this week at New York Fashion Week!
You'll get the first glimpse of Geren's elegant, minimalistic essentials this Saturday at 10pm ET. Until then, get her perspective on fashion, food, and life in the interview below.
Q: Black or White?
A: Black clothes, white linens, grey life.
Q: Solid or Print?
A: If I have to pick one...print!Q: Purse or Handbag?
Q: Flats or Sti... Continue Reading