Monday, May 25, 2009

Spotting Kim K: Nivea And Shay Tood Kick Off Summer with a Bikini Bash (May 24)

Enjoying the holiday weekend festivities, Kim Kardashian attended Nivea and Shay Todd’s “Bikini Bash” at the Nivea Beach House in Malibu, California on Sunday (May 24).

Joined by fellow Tinseltown hotties Michelle Trachtenberg and Emmy Rossum, the E! reality starlet poroudly showed off her fine figure as she swapped in and out of various bathing suits.

Prior to the Nivea House party, Kim told People magazine: “I feel great. I am ready for the bikini body. I am eating well and I go to the gym every day and I already see a difference.”

Designer Handbag: Pick of the Week: Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM, MM, PM

Pictured above are the big Neverfull GM, the mid-sized Neverfull MM and the small Neverfull PM. Prices range from $655 to $575, which is really a steal for a versatile, long-lasting Vuitton bag. Best part of it is that all bags are reversible - I think the bags look absolutely stunning when the inner canvas is exposed to the world! The Bag Hag has a picture of the MM reversed:

Pick of the Week: Charles David “Pinacle Leather” Sling Back

I have to say these are awfully sexy. The electric blue is eye catching and the strappy sandal thing is always a plus. I would do these with a black slinky number.
Charles by Charles David " Pinacle Leather" Sling Back $135.00 Zappos.

Pick of the Week: Alexander McQueen Striped Leather Pumps

Alexander McQueen Striped Leather Pumps $805.00 - Net-a-Porter

Dream Homes: Pick of the Week

Don and Jeanine Cooksey worked with architectural designer Wallace Cunningham to conceive a house for their La Jolla, California, land—a lot that was thought to be unbuildable. The structure, which has four bedrooms and six baths and is done in white concrete, stainless steel and glass, straddles a dramatic coastal canyon. Above: The master suite’s lounge overlooks the courtyard near the center of the building. Cunningham situated it in an enclosed bridge, giving the outdoor room an open sightline to the horizon. Embedded in the courtyard-terrace floor is a line of glazed blocks that light an underground parking area. (April 2008)