Thursday, December 2, 2010

Gifts For Fashionable Writers

Sunday Morning Newspaper Pumps from Lauren Luna

Extra, extra, read all about it! A writer's emotions are usually worn on their sleeve, but a unique way to show it is with a pair of customized shoes from Lauren Luna instead.

I had the the distinct pleasure of working with her on a pair of customized stilettos last summer, so I know she delivers! This way you can say you're IN the New York Times.

Images of Book Clutches courtesy of Olympia Le-Tan

Show me a writer, and I'll show you a reader. It's easy to see how these book clutches are literal inspiration for a writer to get their book on the bestseller list...

You may be familiar with Kate Spade's Book of The Month Clutch, but the books everyone wants to be seen clutching are from French designer Olympia Le-Tan's You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover collection. The embroidered reproductions of first-edition classics are truly objets d'art.

Actress Natalie Portman chose Le-Tan's Lolita clutch to accessorize her black Dior gown Tuesday night at the New York premiere of Black Swan.

It is said that this season's collection is inspired by old book covers of books that were turned into great movies. Cue my visionary engine. I can already see me with my own HTSFFG clutch at its movie premiere. I still haven't decided on the shoes...

The clutches - along with pouches and suitcases - are sold at Colette.

Image courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

Like notes on sheet music, this Tiffany Notes Retractable Pen in sterling silver will inspire the most stagnated writer. Inscribed with the words, Tiffany, New York and Fifth Avenue, it is music to the ears of anyone who loves to write in style.

All fashionistas know the John Galliano for Christian Dior Newspaper dress Carrie wore in both the SATC series and SATC 2 The Movie. Now the fashionable wordsmith can have a brief encounter with the designer's famous print. Also available in black and in a G-string version.

For authentic coordinates in the form of tanks, T-shirts and a peignoir, check out!

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