Monday, October 20, 2008

Why Must the Exchange Rate Suck so Bad?

Right now I should be studying for economics for my exam about the exchange from US to foreign currencies. Although right now I'm lusting over the Paris Vogue editorials and wishing it didn't cost an arm and a leg to buy in the U.S.! So taking a study break to blog post isn't totally irrevelant right?

Check out these shots from some of Vogue Paris' November issue's editorials & I think you'll agree:


Cindy Crawford still looking smokin hot in her forties!

Acid Washed goodness! Ah, time for a denim DIY

Adriana Lima in an over-the-top colorful editorial; I am in love with her accessories though!

photos courstesy of tfs

xoxo, lauren


LML said...

you're tagged :)

* Fashion Dreamer * said...

I *heart* French Vogue...those pictures are just amazing

Trendology said...

Cindy Crawford looks AMAZING

Aisha said...

I want some acid washed jeans that don't look too trashy :)

♥ fashion chalet said...

Great photos!! :)
and I do love Silver and Naomi's style best on 90210.

xo/ fashion chalet

Anonymous said...

40? She looks amazing!
And I agree, those jewels are gorgeous especially those amazing rings...

mom said...

Actually because of the bad european economy the exchange rate has slightly changed in our favor-
$1 dollar = 1.75 pounds
$1 dollar = 1.36 euros

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MR style said...

amazin issue as usually !! dont know why are people blamin carine all the time

kokostiletto said...

wow! cindy crawford is smoking! she is still so hot!!!

Maya said...

I hope to look like Cindy Crawford when I'm older...She looks AMAZING

WendyB said...

Cindy looks great.

budget chic said...

Cindy looks incredible!! I truly believe.... and take it from someone who knows - 40 is the new 30! Demi and Courtney Cox are in this weeks issue of People and both of them are in the mid-forties and they look like they are still in their thirties and for a women who is in their mid forties to look that good, it takes a lot of hard work!

The reason why the dollar is so weak is because US is indebted to other country by the trillons. Instead of being the creditor, now they are the debtor! Debt and the production of paper money, degrades the value of the dollar. We are talking borderline third world status. It's very serious.

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