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From the sleekest, chicest ponytail you've ever seen (a massive hit at the New York shows) to beautifully messy braids in Milan and the return of hair ribbons in London, these versatile looks work for day or night - the only prerequisite is that you have long enough hair.
The all-new slopeside hotel is conceived as a modern interpretation of the traditional Alpine mountain resort, with everything that families, couples and friends travelling together imagine in memorable ski holidays or hiking through blooming Alpine meadows, from days besting 136 groomed snow runs or kayaking in mountain valleys, to evenings savouring cocktails, hot chocolate or cigars by the fire in what promises to be this charming area's chicest aprAaAaAeA?s-ski scen
House Of Paws Squeaky Dog Toy, PS5.99, The chicest dog toy we've seen, complete with rope tail to pull.
Whether your look is casual or elegant, you can be sure that with camouflage by your side, your reputation as the chicest fashionista in the room is well-protected.
"This will be the quintessential New York hotel, a place where visitors can experience the life of the city as it plays out in the chicest bars, restaurants and hotels," said Kaufman.
The chicest - and most famous - way to enjoy a gin cocktail is the dry martini, and The Dorchester has reintroduced The Dorchester Old Tom (PS65, 70cl,
With a music career spanning seven years, Kiwi has played at some of the world's chicest venues such as E.C.C in New York and the Palms Las Vegas.
Active in a variety of causes, from the arts and education to Republican politics, her most famous legacy may well be Pique-nique sur la Baie, an annual luncheon for New College Library Association that is attended by all the ladies in town, each in her chicest outfit and most elaborate hat.
His beaded dresses with hearts shaped out of mismatched, vintage buttons are Kelly's most famous pieces, an ode to his grandmother's mending methods tacked onto the chicest cut black dresses.
Back in the 1950s and '60s when de la Renta was starting out, the trend wasn't celebrities; every designer who was anyone used an illustration of the chicest, most glamorous woman.