Started by Lisa Robertson in Beauty Banter, Hosts & Personalities
This week we're leading up to our big Super Saturday event in the Hamptons. It is a chance for QVC and all of us to help raise money for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF). But what you might not realize is how many people you see on QVC every day who are involved in wonderful causes. Vicky Tsai with TATCHA has a cause that is near and dear to her heart. So this week I wanted to share her letter to me with pictures of her recent trip.
Greetings from the jungles of Cambodia! It was an amazing trip.
Starting in Jan 2014, we began our partnership with an amazing organiz... Continue Reading
Last Reply by Marie 29 | Started by Lisa Robertson in For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities
This is our big Christmas in July® Sale weekend, and we're finishing up with A Lisa Robertson Christmas on Sunday night at 10pm ET. I am so excited! It is true that Christmas is my favorite time of the year, and I am always looking for new ways to make my home beautiful for the holidays. This year, there are so many new, beautiful things in Sunday's show I am not sure where to begin!
Yesterday, we showed you the brand-new cloche, and a lot of you are already ordering it. This cloche is something with an infinite number of possibilities. You can hold the dome upside down in your hand a... Continue Reading
Last Reply by SLBigler | Started by Lisa Robertson in Health & Fitness, Hosts & Personalities
Hello from Lake Tahoe! Have you ever been here? It is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.
The first day and a half of my vacation has been busy! But busy with wonderful things. Tuesday evening consisted of a delicious dinner, (an all too good dessert), catching up, long games of "Tickle Monster" with my nephews, a stuffed animal battle (where I ended up getting buried under a pile of them!), a bedtime story, and a later than usual bedtime with all the excitement. I know! That was just the first evening! The next morning we did a kickboxing class while the boys took Karate... Continue Reading
Last Reply by bmorechick | Started by Lisa Robertson in Health & Fitness, Hosts & Personalities
Every Tuesday on Facebook I like to post a "Torture of the Week." Selfishly, it motivates me. But mostly, because I love reading your comments. I love when you try the moves, and I laugh out loud at your jokes when you don't. Here is a little recap of the "Tortures" for the last month. Enjoy! (Or not! Lol! :)
This "Torture of the Week" is more of a challenge. Can you do pull-ups?! You might surprise yourself. I didn't think I could. I will admit that I jumped up for my first one, and I can't do a lot of them, but I can do some, and I think that's pretty good! So try it and see for you... Continue Reading
Last Reply by Sue in Houston | Started by Lisa Robertson in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, All About Handbags
Oheka Castle in Huntington New York, was built about 100 years ago by Otto Hermann Kahn. He spent $11 million to build this summer home, which is the equivalent of $110 million in today's money. This 127-room castle is the second largest residence ever built in the US and was the location of many a lavish party. Throughout the years, it fell into disrepair. It was abandoned for a period of time when vandals damaged the property and even set a number of fires. The castle was purchased in 1984 by a developer who undertook the daunting task of restoring this beautiful property. With the h... Continue Reading
Last Reply by NanaS | Started by Lisa Robertson in Jewelry Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Vicenza Style
I wanted to share my photos from Italy with those of you who aren't on Facebook. And, I also wanted to share two more videos that our crew shot during our time there…enjoy! :)
OMG! I almost forgot Lucky! I had to go back and get him. I wonder what else I forgot? Guess I'll find out when I get there.
Waiting to board the plane. These international flights carry a lot of people! From the left is Scott, me, Joe, Helene and Carrie. Just part of the village it takes to put on the shows.
Just landed in Venice. I think we're going to need a ... Continue Reading
Last Reply by QisBEST | Started by Lisa Robertson in Jewelry Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Vicenza Style
Venice is a magical city. It is a city with many layers. You can visit a million times and never see everything. This year, we thought we would take you on a tour of Venice. It is a little insight into one of my favorite cities in the world. If you are lucky enough to have been there, it will bring back wonderful memories. If you have ever thought about going, I think this will make up your mind for you. Enjoy the video tour!
I will see you tonight at 11pm ET for Vicenza Style! :)--Lisa Continue Reading
Last Reply by ladd | Started by Lisa Robertson in Jewelry Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Vicenza Style
We are in Italy safe and sound, but getting here is always an adventure. This year we decided to take you along...with a video. :)
Ciao!-Lisa Continue Reading
Last Reply by JulieRie | Started by Lisa Robertson in Beauty Banter, Hosts & Personalities, TSV Talk
I was born with a forehead so large I call it a “five head.” It has always made me self-conscious. For most of my life I tried to wear some type of bangs so that people wouldn’t see it. If I wore my hair back, you could see up into my hair and it made it even larger. That was just not an option!
Then I found “Great Hair Day."
It is my American Express of hair products; I can’t leave home without it. It allows me to make my hair look thicker, it defines my hairline so that my forehead does not look as large, and I can wear a million hairstyles I never w... Continue Reading
Started by Lisa Robertson in Jewelry Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Vicenza Style
It's a busy week to fit into one blog! But there's a lot to cover in this last Vicenza preview. The Bronzo status link bracelet for today is absolutely beautiful. It is a piece that is special because of its size, texture, and timeless beauty. This is the statement piece you can live in. The minute our buyer saw the original design he asked to see how many different sizes it could be done in. He knew, with over two decades of experience, that this would be stunning on a grander scale and he was right. These types of bracelets have to be put together by hand. Piece by piece by an arti... Continue Reading