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Check out the October issue of Oprah Magazine! Oprah lists her favorite items that support breast cancer research, detection and treatment. A special edition of Alex Woo’s Tree of Life pendant is featured in Rose Gold vermeil! The pendant was co-designed with breast cancer survivor Christina Applegate and is an everyday reminder to stay vigilant about breast cancer awarness and steps to early detection. Net proceeds from the sale of the Tree of Life pendant directly benefit Right Action for Women, a Christina Applegate Foundation. Right Action for Women encourages women to learn facts and figures about breast cancer and provides funding for the expensive MRI screenings that help in early detection of breast cancer. Christina designed this necklace with her loved ones in mind so share this with your loved ones and support a great cause.
Blush, beige, cafe con leche…pale, natural colors mingle in a sophisticated rhythm inspired by tango — the seductive dance that began in Buenos Aires. Summer’s breeziest clothes take a stroll in South America’s chicest city.
It’s not Evita’s balcony, but this 1973 neoclassical townhouse–restored and transformed inot the hip bar-restaurant Milion–is a splendid setting for a long regal column dress. You don’t need to be svelte to wear the figure-skimming shape; the tiers, edged in gold sequins, seem to elongate the body. Gold accessories–including an armful of Alex Woo’s Sienna bangles– help light up the nights in Buenos Aires, which are lively and long.
The World Goes Round. For some women, this jewelry is a signature, but even if your name isn’t Ophelia or Opal or you-know-who, the shape is irresistible. These pendants, earrings and bracelets had us oohing…
Share the Wealth
It’s chic to throw on “good” jewelry anytime. Circle motifs –naturally classic, universally adaptable–are a timeless investment. 3. Glittery little hoops (Alex Woo) have real substance — and real diamonds. [Earrings are from Alex Woo's Eve collection]
Jersey Girls. It flows. It drapes. It makes the least of your bulges and the most of your curves. Ten women discover that the sexiest fabric around is also the most practical (pull it on and you’re dressed; roll it up and you’re packed). Plus: Why the right lingerie is key.
The Pencil Dress: Callie Stydahar, cohost of Full Frontal Fashion, 24
Skinny-looking but not tight, this elongating dress (Costello Tagliapietra, $1,350) has a sexy tied back and flattering raised waist. “It’s comfortable and modern,” Callie says. “And the pockets are placed perfectly , so they don’t accentuate my hips.” Here she is wearing Alex Woo’s Narissa cuff and Jimmy Choo shoes
Expanding on her enormously successful enterprises in television, film and on the web, Oprah Winfrey in April 2000 channeled her positive, motivational spirit into one of the most highly anticipated new magazines in recent memory. Since then it has been lauded as perhaps the single best magazine as women’s personal growth guide for the new century.
Giving confident, smart women the tools they need to explore and reach for their dreams, to express their individual style and to make choices that will lead to a happier and more fulfilling life, the magazine serves as a catalyst for transforming women’s lives from one of the most trusted women in America. Filled with empowering ideas stamped with Oprah’s unique vision on everything from health & fitness, careers and relationships to beauty, fashion, home design, books and food, this month Alex Woo’s jewelry adorns one of the models.
Michelle Walker, age 23, an aspiring model and singer knows how to wear the No-color color. She has a natural attitude that is laid back and this dusty mocha chiffon dress brought out the lovely golden sheen in her complexion. Wearing Alex Woo’s Zahrah Bracelet she looks amazing and is ready to impress anyone.