5 Must Have Boutique Lines of Summmer 2012

Got a flare for always knowing the best lines out there? Are you constantly searching out your local boutiques for that one fabulous piece? Look no further, as your Fashionista411 columnist it is my pleasure to present these lines for all your shopping needs! Continue Reading

Yoga on the Go – Sitting down with the Surfing Yogi, Tyler LaVigne

The essence of yoga incorporates the breath, body, and mind. Finding a connection with all three is a person’s yoga practice. Once the breath is calm, the body is relaxed, then the mind begins to still. This is exactly how yoga fits into the modern busy world. It passively slows a person’s mind down, and allows him/her to focus on the present moment, which gives a person more mental focus, and concentration on their daily tasks. Continue Reading

Angelica Houston – My Celebrity Obsession

Now living alongside the media in a predominately European society, Hollywood starlets have been manufactured for more than five decades now, their qualities being a necessary mix of theatrical brains and hetero-sex appeal (these days, the latter being much more emphasized, more than ever). Continue Reading

Oscar Wilde’s ‘A Kiss No More’ – A Tomb Protected from Smooches

In his lifetime Oscar Wilde was known internationally as being dapper individual, and a ‘Man’s Man’ in every sense of the word. The author of such litarary masterpieces as ‘The Picture of Dorian Grey’ was brought low by his quest for revenge against the father of hislover Lord Alfred Douglas, the Marquess of Queensberry. Continue Reading

The Temple of Ise – Ise City, Japan

  Wandering through the green shadows of the primal forest that seperates the ancient shrine of Ise from the outside world, one can’t help reflecting upon the fact this is the sacred heart of Shintoism, the native religion of Japan. Shinto or kami-no-michi… Continue Reading

5 Quick Tips for Planning your European Adventure

As Winter descents upon Southern California you might find yourself asking the following questions. Am I craving the luxury of real snow? Do I yearn for a sprinkling of culture, with a dash of ‘Old World’ charm mixed in? If… Continue Reading

The Alex Theater, Glendale California

Born as a vaudeville theater in 1925, the Alex Theater soon became a first-run film house where the Hollywood Studio’s of the 1920’s and 1930’s would premier their features to the Public. Continue Reading

Johnny Depp – The Fashion Icon

As one of the must recognizable celebrity fashion icons of this century, Johnny Depp embodies a style that invokes words like Parisian, Rockstar, and Bohemian. Who didn’t fall in love with him as that swanky river gypsy from ‘Chocolate’ or… Continue Reading

Airport to Nowhere, Japan’s 98th International Airport Opens.

Traveling through one of Tokyo’s International Airports can often translate into braving long security lines and over crowded lounges. As your Fashionista411 Columnist recently discovered Japan’s Newest International Airport at Ibaraki  can offer a pleasant alternative to the world weary… Continue Reading