Beyonce’s Style, Gifts for your Sister, Nutcracker Fashion, on Tailor Made

Today Brian Rodda discusses Beyonce’s Style, Gifts for your Sister, Nutcracker fashion and more.

Beyonce has a new album out and we discuss her awesome looks: First, “Haunted” A suited-up Beyoncé and another look at her short-lived pixie cut. “Blue” Like mother, like daughter: semi-matching her look to baby Blue Ivy’s. “Mine” Even a habit-like sheet seems provocative when draped on Bey.

After listening to Beyonce, you might want to consider listening to some Holiday music, like The Nutcracker, heck, you may want to even SEE the Nutcracker! interviews Lincoln Center Ballerina, Rebecca Krohn. “I could do it in my sleep,” Rebecca Krohn says. Sugar Plum Fairy. The dancer shares tips on dancing in the ballet and make-up!

Well, there are still 9 days till Christmas and there is still enough time to shop for your sister. We have some great ideas for you: Le Labo Santal 33 Perfume Oil, $130 Can be found at: A fun $45 Tote Bag by The Valfre brand is based on the captivating illustrations and expressions of the Mexican artist Ilse Valfre. Her art is a collection of thoughts and images that uniquely capture what it really feels like to be a girl. A fun Halloween mask by Langley Fox at How about a new cashmere featherweight scarf? $129.95

We finally found a great article on Travelling. In-demand fashion designer Chris Benz — known for his flair for color, including his signature, Pepto-pink hair — is constantly traveling to various fashion-world stops. From Paris to Tokyo, the New York-based Benz has perfected the art of hotel homemaking. On his latest trip, PAPER and Canon equipped Benz with the Canon PowerShot SX280 HS camera so that he could show us how a veteran traveler creates a home away from home. He also says to decorate it. Bringing personal items to decorate the room is an easy way to make your hotel room feel like home. One thing I always, always bring is the candle I burn in my house. Having it smell like home after working all day is comforting. It also wouldn’t feel like home without all my electronics. I immediately find out where all the outlets are so I can figure out where my computer, tablet and phone are going to be. I like to arrange everything to be as close to the bed as possible. I always travel with a zipper pouch filled with every possible cord, adapter, earphones. Internet adapter…everything. You never know.” You should ALAWS socialize with the bartenders at the Hotel bar.

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