Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Lipstick, Lace, & Lattes

I'm so happy to say that our Diosa Headpieces and closet was featured on the amazing fashion blog Lipstick, Lace and Lattes. I'm so thankful with them and can't wait for what the future holds for both them and I...Check out our feature HERE:

Thank you Lisa, Hazzle and all the beautiful Diosas' at Lipstick, Lace & Lattes.

Thursday, August 2, 2012


Givenchy Ad
What do you mean we can't go to Chik-fil-A?
Sucker Punch  by life

Bondage Chemise//Frederick's of Hollywood

Gaga S&M: Vogue Hommes Japan
Dolce and Gabbana Corset

Reencuentro-The Two Snow White

Diosa Headpiece Original Body Chain 

Got in a fight with the asphalt///Diosa Headpiece Original Choke(h)er
"I want to spread the news. That it feels this good getting used. Keep on using me. Keep on using me. Until you use me up."

Lately I’ve been falling and eating shit in all aspects of my life: relationships, dinner, my face. And the problem isn't so much that I’ve hit “rock bottom” again, the point is I’ve fallen too many times to believe it’s a glitch in the matrix, a mistake. Sometimes I wonder if I should just hire a bookie and bet when my next streak of bad luck will hit. Maybe then I can make some extra money (lulz).
The sad reality sad thing is, just like most adults in modern society, these “mistakes” are clear and conscious choices. These choices were made with free will, bad free will if you will. Yet, if you were to ask me if I regretted any of the choices I've made lately, I would firmly answer you with a firm “No,” like any good masochist would, clearly accepting the humiliation and pain of their choices. But here is the secret appeal of masochism, it is the feeling of hope. That amongst the pain, dishonor and annihilation, you want to persevere through it all. The willingness to endure pain makes (whatever the situation might be) the prize that much sweeter.

Take cues from the "masochist" and add them to your wardrobe. Sure whips and chains aren't accepted in the public sphere yet, but there are other ways to bring these elements to your everyday style. One way of looking and flaunting your Marquis de Sade pride are body chains. These can be worn with a bathing suit or a simple black dress to accentuate your killer curves. Our personal favorite, S& M inspired body chains from Diosa Headpieces. These are not only a trend but a timeless accessory addition to your closet and boudoir ;)

Soundtrack of a dominatrix:

(images via:, Diosa Headpieces, 12mag,

*Note: Rosebow Fashion does not condone violence, especially against women. These photo are to be taken for artistic value only*

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Un viaje al lo divino...

Diosa Headpieces
Anne Siems
Virgensita illumine mi camino...

Diosa Headpieces

King Taco Murals

Dolores Del Rio
Chinnamastra- Self- decapitating Goddess
Monica Belluci///Hunger Magazine 2012
La Ultima Diosa///Andrea Echeverri//Colombian Princess
Diosa Headpieces

Any voyage experience should inspire curiosity, what good are they if not to explore and discover the unknown. On a recent voyage to my inner self I explored and discovered several things only a cleansing and spiritual journey can give you. This journey was truly enlightening finding my animal spirit//true self. But instead of finding wisdom and light I found hate, darkness and self loathing. (What journey isn't complete with a little self-loathe-right?) I quickly realized and came to terms that's those so called demons  were just "problems" from a mere mortal point of view. I changed my view and was inspired to view my problems from the perspectives of the ultimate celebrities: God, Gods and Goddess. My journey had lead me to discover the divine in me.
            What truly makes a person divine is an ethereal glow to their aura  isn't so much a physical characteristic, but in the  way they compose themselves with harmony with all mortals, animals and creatures of the universe. This sense of harmony is an interaction done with everyone and everything but most importantly within themselves.
My voyage today has me understanding the divine lives in me and inspires me in my decisions and actions of my everyday life. And although I fall from grace from time to time (Goddess' DO NOT eat at taco bell-but I do-tee hee!) that reality check of failure is part of the human experience.
 Maybe it's the mescaline that hasn't worn off, the warm summer breeze that has me feeling divine but here at Rose Bow we like for you to feel the love too. A few tips to feel like a Goddess: Positive attitude towards everyone and everything, getting an apartment in Mount Olympus and crowning yourself with a headpiece from Diosa Headpieces.

Be You. Be Divine. Be Diosa.

(Images via: Khristian Diane Berrio, Esteban Covarrubias,

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Amor de mis amores...

Jean-Paul et Simone

Annie Hall
Love Note
Le "not-so-petit-chat"

Audrey Hepburn 
Frida y Diego

My moon. My Man.

 There should be no pressure. There should only be Love. 
*Happy Valentine's Night*
(images via: personal photos)

Wednesday, February 1, 2012


Das Kaiser Blasphemy

American Psycho

Picasso Barbie

Blood Drip Crystal Necklace

Fumie Sasabuchi
Givenchy Haute Couture Skeleton Dress F/W 2010///My dream wedding dress

It's a sad, sad, sad day when you realize something negative about yourself. Maybe one day you wake up on the wrong side of the wrong bed and come to the realization that you are completely and utterly flawed. You realized your human side...YOU ARE A VICTIM. The epiphany of error happens to us all, and when it does, it's nobody's fault but yours. Are you a victim of your own creation or fate? These existential thoughts have plagued many of us at some point in our mortal lives. But the secret in succeeding is a really good P.R. team the will and power to continue and fight back to not become just another victim.

Take Zahia Dehar for example. France's gossip mademoiselle du jour. She was involved in a scandal at the "age 17, she was reportedly bought for a night by a team member to be Franck Ribéry’s birthday present."  Fast forward two-years later and the infamous "call girl" is debuting as a designer of (you guessed it) Haute Couture Lingerie-and as if that wasn't the cat's meow, it made it's debut at the end of this year's Paris Fashion Week!
The line involves provocateur outfits that would make any ho scream in happiness. Big Pink bows, frilly almost not-there tops, and even a nod to mother nature herself, with garden flower panties. Did I mention her debut look book was taken by no other than the Kaiser of Fashion himself, Karl Lagerfeld! Check the video out for her latest collection and decide whether or  not she's still a victim.

ZAHIA - Collection Couture Printemps - Eté 2012 from Zahia Officiel on Vimeo.

(Photos via: Dazed and Confused Magazine,,, ZINK: Artwork,,

Friday, July 15, 2011


Maybe it's because i'm Colombian selective vision/hearing but it seems that this week, here in Los Angeles, i've noticed that there has been a plethora of Colombian pride festivals. The Pico Rivera Colombian Festival, Down Town Art Walk: Colombian Exhibits and not to mention a couple of Colombian artists that are set to play in L.A...And while i'm still debating about actually attending these events, there is one thing all these events have in common: Pride.
Pride can motivate you. Pride can initiate change, but at the same time pride can inhibit you...just ask the proud boys that wear Mexican Pointy boots in the pseudo-documentary above. These young men inspired by the tribal music have created a sub-culture that motivates members to create the most pointy boots to dance in. Sounds painful, tacky, horrible fun! Watch with an open mind guys and enjoy!!!

"Extreme forms of Nationalism leads to fascism..."