Vegas – Sitting Pretty

2008FebVegasVegas a non-stop party playground for the rich, the famous and the beautiful. Vegas Magazine brings them all together every month with the hottest parties on the Strip.

In a special feature, bold, graphic lines find their way into aspect of style these days, from the season’s most scintillating suits and dresses to a luxe array of sexy seating.

In the spread, the model wears Alex Woo’s Little Princess Star.

Flat Earth Baked Veggie Crisps Commercial

Flat Earth Commercial - 2008If you watch more than 30 minutes of TV a week, most likely you’ve seen Flat Earth’s cute flying pig commercial. In the ad, a healthy attractive woman follows a piglet into her house and discovers a bag of Flat Earth Chips. When she bites into a chip the pig walks outside and flys away.

The point? Flat Earth is where nutritious and delicious have finally come together. Sound impossible? When pigs fly? Well, at Flat Earth, they believe you can do anything if you set your mind to it. Like combine nutrition with real chip taste. Just like it was once hard to believe that the earth was round, Flat Earth makes what some thought was an impossible snack, possible – a convenient, better-for-you snack made with real vegetables and fruits. The name is a constant reminder that previously held beliefs can be changed and their whimsical icon, the Flying Pig, is a fitting symbol for a snack that was once thought impossible.

During the commercial, a catchy song by Orba Squara called “Sunshine” is playing in the background and the actress wears Alex Woo’s Little Faith Lotus all in a comprehensive effort to get women to eat Frito-Lay snacks and the spirit of sisterhood. Similar to the flower, we start our journey with humble beginnings and finds our way to the sun, blooming and basking in the gleaming sunlight.

Check out “Only in a Woman’s World” of what’s top of mind with women today through light-hearted, comical videos, comic strips and interactive online content.

Real Simple – The Classic Shirtdress

Real Simple Feb 2008This month in Real Simple’s Style section, this cotton-and-nylon shirtdress secretly sculpts you: The stripes make you look long and lean, while the belt creates an hourglass silhouette.  Top that off with Alex Woo’s classic Sienna Hoop Earrings and you have an outfit to impress anyone.

Vanessa Hudgens on Seventeen

Vanessa Hudgens Seventeen February 2008The authority on all things for young women since 1944, Seventeen magazine provides feature articles emphasizing fashion, beauty and lifestyle information, including health, food, careers, relationships, sports and entertainment for masses of young stylish girls.

This month, High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens is on the cover of Seventeen and she finally talks about the scandal that made her sorry. As America’s sweetheart, she gets real and reveals that she is not exactly like her character, Gabriella, but is opinionated, confident, and actually very private about her life. She admits “It was very traumatic, and I am extremely upset it happened,” however looks on the positive side and “hopes that all her fans can learn from her mistake and make smart decisions.”

Vanessa Hudgens Background
Born in Salinas, California, the daughter of Gina and Greg Hudgens, she is part Irish, Native American, Filipina, and of Spanish and Chinese ancestry. Home-schooled since after her seventh-grade year at the Orange County High School of the Arts, she starting acting at the age of eight, before reaching fame in the 2006 hit Disney Channel film High School Musical. Hudgens’ also released in early September 2006 a debut album, entitled V.

On the cover, she wears Alex Woo’s Little Letter V in diamonds. Fun fact: Her costar Ashley Tisdale also has Alex Woo jewelry and purchased Little Number 7 for good luck.