Candy & Couture meets the Pink Fudge Girls

Living in Dubai one thing is apparent; this is the most indulgent city in the world to live in! Shopping should be considered a sport in the UAE and with the world’s largest mall on our doorstep, it’s not hard to see where are hard earn cash ends up most weekends (and on the occasional lunch time shopping spree!)

Recently there has been a shift in shopping trends with fashion-forward girls investing their money in more and more luxury, high-end pieces. Pink Fudge is a shopping destination for any stylish girl who has ever dreamt of owning all the finer things in life, from a Hermes Birkin to the most in demand Celine bag or even a beautiful timeless vintage piece from Chanel. Pink Fudge offers a wide collection of authentic designer handbags, vintage designer collectable pieces, sexy heels, accessories and anything else you can ever dream of having in your closet. Continue reading


Karlie Kloss for Vogue Japan

The September issues are starting to trickle through and Karlie Kloss takes to the cover of Vogue Japan wearing a chainmail dress from the Fall 2012 collection by Yves Saint Laurent. Oh wait, do I have to call it Saint Laurent Paris now?

I’m not happy about the name change, are you? Regardless of that, I do love this cover though.

Charlotte Casiraghi for Vogue Paris

Mario Testino proves he really is Vogue’s favourite photographer by shooting the cover shoot of Vogue Paris. This time its the granddaughter of Grace Kelly and the daughter of Princess Caroline of Monaco, Charlotte Casiraghi who graces the cover of the infamous September Issue.

Fourth in line for the Monaco throne, Charlotte poses in Fall 2011’s top trends in looks by Isabel Marant, Chanel, Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent.

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This is Mario Testino’s third Vogue cover this September. He has already shot Kate Moss for U.S. Vogue, including her wedding photographs, as well as the face of Chanel, Freja Beha Erichsen, who was a surprise choice for the cover of this month’s British Vogue.

What is your favourite cover out of the three?