Around the Web: Marc Ecko's Vampy New Perfume
If your fragrance personality is more gothic than romantic, Marc Ecko is releasing a new perfume as seen on HBO's True Blood . Ecko promises it will hit stores this fall and, despite the tag line, be geared towards humans. [Being Marc Ecko via Glam Blush]
Twi-hards with a soft spot for werewolves might be feeling left out with all of the buzz surrounding vampires. Fortunately, Fred Flare now caters to your supernatural preferences, too! [Nylon Blogs]
If you're crazy about the makeup on Mad Men , you'll be thrilled to know that the look is easy (and inexpensive!) to recreate -- especially since the show's makeup department relies heavily on drugstore cosmetics. [Beauty Counter]
It looks like Lucky isn't the only magazine looking to the 1940s for glamorous style inspiration: Lara Stone channels some of our favorite style icons on her second cover for Vogue Paris this year. [Fashionologie]
Toms, the ultimate feel-good shoe purchase, has upped the ante with a new promotion: "a special deal for couples who outfit their entire wedding party in TOMS to help make an even bigger difference in the life of others around the world. Shop our wedding TOMS, and as always, with every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need." [Racked]
If you've ever wanted to become fashion's It Girl of the moment, step-by-step directions have been released. [Refinery29]
Rachel Zoe won't just be watching the runways at New York Fashion Week, she'll be taking a bow on one. Zoe's accessories line for QVC will be unveiled at the shopping channel's fashion show that week. [The Cut]
Ed Hardy's Christian Audigier seems ready to produce a clothing linethat he and Michael Jackson were rumored to be plotting right beforethe King of Pop's death. [Blackbook]
Rocker-chick stylehas been getting a lot of press lately, but if you're feeling a littlebit more country, Kenny Chesney is launching a clothing line calledBlue Chair Bay, meant to evoke "the place we'd all like to go if we hadno obligations or nowhere to be." [Style Watch]
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