DVF Exhibit - Wrap Dresses Everywhere!

DVF: Journey of a Dress - Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the DVF Wrap Dress

If you're in L.A., the DVF wrap dress exhibit adjacent to LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) has just been extended until May 1! I went with my friend Adrienne and we both loved it. One dress really did change the way women dress, work and feel about themselves starting in the 1970's.

DVF dressesIt's free to enter, as it's separate from LACMA (though if you park in the LACMA lot, which is easiest, it's $10, and you'll pay at the ticket counter). It won't take you more than 30 minutes to go through as the exhibit is basically one big, bright, graphic room with all of her dresses on display.

Colorful DVF dressesFeel like a woman - wear a dress! DVF EntranceAfter, don't miss LACMA's famous "Urban Light" outside the entrance - if you're a 15-year-old girl like I am, you may recognize them from No Strings Attached - I loved that Ashton Kutcher/Natalie Portman vehicle.

Urban Light

Travel + Leisure: Found: The Perfect Travel Dress

My latest is up on Travel + Leisure. I recently became enamored with Karina Dresses, made right here in the great city of New York, in Brooklyn.  The dress has the ability to look fabulous no matter what you do with it.  I plan on taking a few with me on each of my upcoming trips.

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Found: The Perfect Travel Dress

Ladies, I have found it. Thousands of miles and hundreds of destinations later, I've found the dress that works on every single body type, and more importantly, travels effortlessly and elegantly. It's the Karina dress, available in 15 styles. You can stomp on the dress, crumple it up, and it will still look smooth and polished when you slip it on. Versatile and appropriate, I wear the dresses for both weekend getaways and work trips.

All dresses are made in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, where entrepreneur and designer Karina Cousineau creates each dress so that women "can accept and love themselves as they are." She uses high-quality, flattering fabric in classic cuts, ranging from long and short-sleeves to sleeveless and wrap styles. Plus, you'll never see someone else wearing your dress, as each fabric is limited edition, and only a certain number of any pattern is made.

Karina dresses are sold in boutiques in 15 states, including New York and California, but you can also order online.

Most dresses are sold for $158, and all are machine washable and hang dry.