Agent Killer Heels, here. Signing in to assure everyone that our last mission did end in success. I really have to give it to Agent Venom. She was able to coax our latest fashion disaster into the spa, where she was treated to a mani, pedi, fresh hair color and cut, and a 2 hour massage. I don't think she'll end up committing the same crime, now that she has experienced the wonders of taking care of herself. We then sent her to Bendel's, where she was forced to buy at least 5 items, approved by Agent Venom. It's all taken care of, ladies.
Having a fashion emergency? Want to ask a question? Recommend your fav new purchase? Idea? Send it to me, either at: email@example.com or on the "contact me"page.
Henri Bendels, New York
I received an email recently, requesting that I eccommend the most precious giftsora summer wedding. Luckilkily for her
Being an agent, I like to go incognito, even during my downtime. Showing my face isn't something I like to do. It takes all the mystery away from my being, and besides- it's a major excuse for sunglasses shopping sprees. And what kind of gal would pass up an opportunity to shop her heart out? I love my sunglasses. Lately, I've been having fun with my Prada shades. Check my pretties out!
Super fly, right? They cover half your face; so if you're in a hurry and just don't have the time to put on your face, grab these and run out the door. They'll become your best girlfriend.
Speaking of girlfriends- Agent Bumble Bee called me about an hour ago to announce her arrival in Chicago. Guess who just became fashion editor?!!! I would tell you which magazine, but I unfortunately have to keep our identities under wraps. Sorry :(
Anyway, her hope was to inform me on designer Alexis Mabille (whom I adore!), unsure whether I knew the name or not (you've got to be kidding me). Now I pass the mockery to you (I'm sorry, if this comes off as an insult), hoping to inform you. If you know him, bear with me ladies. This is a man no girl shouldn't know about.
Here is an article from www.guardian.co.uk:
"For most industry observers, however, it is Mabille's reinvention of the bow tie that
has come to define him. The staid staple of the middle-class gentleman has, in the
hands of this rebellious scion of Lyon's bourgeoisie, been transformed into a
cutting-edge essential for the 21st-century dandy. After a childhood spent observing
the many doctors in the family and admiring their noeuds papillons, the precocious
adolescent finally mustered up the courage to try one himself. Then another. And
another. "I admit I had quite a decorative idea of my look even then," he laughs. "But I
wasn't ashamed of it."
Now the bow tie is Mabille's signature, a concept which may have started in 2005 "as a
joke" but which has gone on to be an essential part of his look. From burgundy velvet to
pale gold python skin, the bows come in all fabrics and colours and, more often
than not, are worn by Mabille's models not around the neck but behind the ear, on the
chest, on top of a six-inch killer heel."
One of Alexis Mabille's many bow centered designs
Alexis Mabille's superb bow pumps. To die for.
Until next time,
Bonjour, Ladies! Today is downtime for Agent Killer Heels. I seriously needed a break, and a shopping trip really hit the spot. Bought the new self-tanner Agent Bumble Bee has been ragging on me to try, and I have to say, it turned out spectacular! Normally I don't use self tanner-or go to tanning salons- just because I hate looking fake. But never say never, I guess. I truly love Garnier's self tanning creme. It works for my complexion and, if applied correctly, (correctly, I repeat. As in evenly, with care and patience) looks completely natural!
It's definitely worth a try :D