The Queen of England turned heads in her perfectly pink outfit during the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony. Queen Elizabeth II donned an all-pink brocade look, with a peach colored ostrich feather fascinator to complete this royal ensemble! We love how the feathers add a touch of fun and elegance to her Olympic style.
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This amusing, yet beautifully shot, spread in Marie Claire really tickled our fancy!
Photographer Peter Lippman captured different types of chickens and roosters to produce this whimsical luxury jewelry shoot. The jewlery designers include Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Buccellati, Piaget, and Boucheron. We love the juxtaposition of our favorite fashion accessory, jewelry, with the natural beauty of these birds! Check out all the pictures from Marie Claire below:
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So we all know them, and love to hate them. It seems like The Real Housewives have taken the country by storm with shows in New York City, New Jersey, Orange Country, Beverly Hills, Atlanta and Miami! There’s no denying that these ladies love dressing up, and we keep seeing them in our favorite look, Feathers!!
Whether it’s jewelry, hair accessories, dresses, shoes or even just for a fun dress up moment these women are constantly filmed in feathers. Check out Sonja Morgan’s gorgeous teal rooster saddle dress above, and next to her Teresa Guidice spices up her look with chinchilla rooster schlappen sleeves. Sonja has another feather moment below while trying on a white turkey ruff boa.
Bellisimo! This traditional marriage ceremony took place in the Huasteca Canyon of Monterrey, Mexico and was a fusion of two different traditions; the traditional Mexican ceremony called “Amarre de tilmas” and a similar traditional ” Tie” ceremony by the Lakota Indians of the Northern United States.
Looking at these photos by Alex Aguirre reminds me of my Mexican culture and our ancestors rich traditions. I love all of the colorful feather headdresses, Danza and textures…making this one of the most culturally meaningful and beautiful themed wedding I’ve seen!
It’s getting hot in here! With summer in full swing, Nicki Minaj made her way back to her birth land of Trinidad to shoot her new music video POUND THE ALARM. Wearing a festive bright red feathered costume, Nicki shakes her tail feathers down the streets of Trinidad as many fans look on and cheer. What’s special about this costume is that The Feather PlaceLos Angeles provided the majority of these fabulous feathers to the Maggie Barry Company for it’s construction! From long Rooster Coque Tails, Extra Wide Ostrich Plumes, and two pairs of our Large Half Bronze Tail Feather Wings Dyed in Red, this costume has it all!
“I never thought in a million years that I would ever do this,” say’s Nicki Minaj in this feathered up Behind the Scenes video!
Minaj also tweeted, “Just wrapped an amazing video on an amazing island. #Trinidad #poundthealarm…The heat in Trinidad is on another level. O-o The girls in the vid aredrop dead gorgeous & I’m not just saying it cuz I’m from here!…Always bitter sweet when I have to leave my country. Had the best time of my life shooting this video.”
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