Style Watch

The Ladies at HollyHill Urban Style to the rescue – just bought this wonderful versatile tunic/dress from “MADO et les Autres”   –  A great “basic” wardrobe addition to dress up or down and be trendy and chic.  I just love this Line !

To indulge in ever changing new  exiting fashion trends, one of a kind Fashion Jewelry enhances various types of looks and can be used to express ones individual style.  find it at: HollyHill Urban Style in San Carlos 


New York – From Uptown to Downtown it’s all about Accessories

After spending a week in New York City I am back home – inspired, full of new ideas and energy.

It’s a well-known fact Fashion Jewelry is the important Accessory for every look and is one of the best ways to keep your wardrobe fresh and chic.

The “little black dress” goes a long way: dressed down with a simple Chain or Pearl Necklace and you look professional for a day at the office. After work, put on a pair of high heels, add some more layers of long chains adorned with crystals and you are ready for drinks or dinner.

Getting ready for a Cocktailparty or a night out on the town, glam it up with a Statement Necklace “big and bold” but still feminine – it makes you stand out in a crowd.

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source: Jewelry Trends Winter 2011 -

You might find the right piece of statement Jewelry in my new TrèsChic Collection.


Art in Redwood City – Hot Spots


“Sea Shell and Sonatas”

Reception Saturday, 
  October 22, From 5 to 7:30 pm. 

Arup Biswas – Photography
Susan Wolf – Ceramics
October 19 to November 20, 2011

The Main Gallery is located at 1018 Main Street in Redwood City (just off Middlefield Road). Hours: Wednesday – Sun 10:00 – 3:00  Phone: 650-701-1018


“Gallery Annex – Window Gallery”

Welcomes you to view exciting and current Artwork by local artists.

October 22nd through November 26th

Reception: November 5th from 6pm to 9pm

Meet the Artists and see more of their Artwork !

The Gallery is located in the heart of Downtown Redwood City, at the corner of Broadway and Theater Way (801 Middlefield Rd.) Tel: 650-400-8623