Baby Roman entered our lives 11/4/14, Tuesday morning. We are so grateful for a healthy baby boy. He has stolen our hearts and we are over the moon as a family. Thank you to everyone who has supported us with love and prayers. All Glory to God for this little miracle. His full name is Roman Scott McLaughlin Weight 7… View Post
I’m so excited to share with you my fashion editorial that debuted in the Spring Issue of BHL Magazine. It was shot on location in at the Montage Laguna Beach.
Last night Doug and I attended a party to celebrate the re-launch of The Beverly Hilton’s pool. We work closely with them through our magazine and we are always happy to show our support. Since it was a pool party I decided to wear sometime bright and fun…and pink is one of my favorite colors for Spring. Here are the… View Post
I had a ball at the Us Weekly Hot Hollywood Party. Here are some pics from the red carpet. Dress by BCBC Shoes by Christian Louboutin Jewelry by Cartier and Chan Luu Doug is wearing a custom suit by Art Lewin Bespoke
I’m obsessed with this fashion editorial titled ‘Into the Woods’ in the Spring 2013 Issue of Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine. Thank you to our good friend Jamie Breuer and his incredible team. I hope you enjoy!
Majestic in aura, Capella Pedregal astounds the eye with its breathtaking location and luminous design.
Here is a peak of my Pastel Trend page from the Spring 2013 Issue of Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine.
In pursuit of an endless summer, fashion goes back in the Spring/Summer 2013 season by way of Mercedes Benz Australia Fashion Week — and all of the street chic that comes with it. See Diego Zuko’s best shots of the showgoers in Sydney. Here are a few of MY favorite looks:
Yes, a LBD is a must for every woman, a fashionista’s closet staple. However, as Spring is on us; the LOD (Little Orange Dress) is making a big splash, and I am obsessed.
Positano, the town itself, perched on a cliff along the legendary Amalfi Coast, is pedestrian-only. The walk down to the Marina Grande winds you through a labyrinth of narrow alleyways and quaint bazaars selling lace, linen, ceramics, jewelry, olive oil, art, limoncello and all things Italian.
My family and I visited Punta Mita a year ago and have wanted to go back ever since we left. It is a little known treasure that once you learn about, you never forget. Punta Mita is a gated, beachfront village that has the same latitude as the Hawaiian Islands, so it is always perfect weather but only a 3-hour… View Post