I admit, I'm obsessed with fashion and Fashion Police. Joan Rivers is one of the funniest people on TV and I love watching her every Saturday night when she tearing apart the worst dressed celebrities for the week.
Grammys were held last night in L.A.. Celebrities from music industry were gathering around to show off their baby bump, new boo, perfect outfit or just their soon to be rewarded talent for the "best music product" from last year.
I really don't know who won, ok Daft Punk did get lucky :D, but dresses, dresses were sick. Ok, some of them.
- Anna Faris In Fitriani, Bonnie McKee In Gustavo Cadile, Martina McBride In David Meister and Alicia Keys In Armani Privé
- Tamar Braxton In Michael Costello, Pink In Johanna Johnson, Giuliana Rancic In Alex Perry and Colbie Caillat In Ezra Santos
- Kelly Osbourne In Badgley Mischka and Madonna In Ralph Lauren Collection
- Anna Kendrick In Azzaro and Steven Tyler
- Brooklyn Haley, Kacey Musgraves In Armani Privé, Katy Perry In Valentino and Paris Hilton In Haus of Milani
SPARKLE (one of my favourites)
- Chrissy Teigen In Johanna Johnson and Ciara In Emilio Pucci
Amber Rose (Naeem Khan) & Wiz Khalifa, Miranda Lambert (Pamella Roland) & Blake Shelton. Rita Ora (Lanvin) & Calvin Harris (Giorgio Armani), Robin Thicke (Giorgio Armani) & Paula Patton, David Burtka & Neil Patrick Harris and Daft Punk
- Ryan Lewis & Macklemore, Pharell Williams (hat by Vivienne Westwood), John Legend In Gucci and Austin Mahone In Sanctuary78
- Imagine Dragons and 30 Seconds to Mars (Jared Leto, one of the fans of Creative Recreation shoes)
THE BEST AND THE WORST
- THE BEST: Taylor Swift In Gucci Premiere
- THE WORST: Skylar Grey In Michael Costello
So, this is some of the dresses and the looks I like. Taylor is definitely Crème de la crème.
I can't wait for the Oscars where everyone select their best designers and try to show us their best looks. Some of them pull it of and others just don't :)
Kiel James Patrick is perhaps the most famous best-kept secret in American handmade wares. His belts, bracelets, ties, and other accessories are sold worldwide but only in the most discerning of retail stores.
The inspiration for the Kiel James Patrick brand was brought on by years spent exploring vintage clothing stores, antique shops and friend's attics in search of the age-old quality, style and construction once easily found in American made goods.
Soon, those aspects of classic wares became a starting point for the KJP brand, which embraced the simplicity of design and regal nature of old family tartans, regimental stripes and high quality woven goods from Scotland, England, Ireland and the USA.
Photo: FPF, Bracelet: Jack Fitz
"I am on a mission to produce original products while sourcing the highest quality fabrics, leathers, nautical cords, and textiles that I can possibly find."
By combining timeless patterns and textiles, Kiel James Patrick began creating hand-made bracelets and belts, as well as modifying and reconstructing other goods such as shirts, ties and sport coats.
In due time, this passion grew into a business that allowed the brand to become a public symbol of elegant and understated styles and fashion. From its inception as a personal hobby to its current standing as a rejuvenation of sophisticated New England design, Kiel James Patrick has consistently been growing and developing into a recognizable name indicative of quality, style and integrity.
Photo: CGWP, Bracelet: Royal's Golden Fleet
From humble roots as a personal hobby, selling out inventory at craft shows throughout New England to worldwide distribution, the Kiel James Patrick brand has always maintained its commitment to solid construction and American Made virtue. From the buttons to each individual stitch, KJP products are 100% USA Made.
"Well, in the first 3 years, Sarah and myself made every single bracelet. Sarah prepped, cut, and ironed the fabric, while I sewed on the labels, stitched the pieces together and attached the buttons. To-date we have made over 12,000 bracelets from start to finish. We have worked between 110-120 hours a week for 5 years straight. It was a bit of a nightmare when the production was done 100% by us, but we are now enjoying the fruits of our labors with over 20 people employed and 100% ownership."
The KJP design studio and factory is located in Rhode Island, just a few miles from the places the brand found its inspiration. As the products and product lines continue to grow and evolve, Kiel James Patrick will continue to support local businesses as well as continue to provide jobs to the people of the United States.
"Rhode Island is the “Ocean State.” Our license plate has a giant anchor on it. Our state flag is the word “Hope” under an anchor & nautical rope. Newport’s nautical “Old New England” charm offered me an array of lifestyle/décor/style I deeply admired."
Every facet of the Kiel James Patrick brand, from its timeless look to the lifestyles the products represent is intentionally unique and something the company is immensely proud of.