TODAY | October 12, 2012
>>> back now at 8:20 with a friday whiff on "what's new, what's up, what's in. "can the this morning we're focusing on everything exotic. all covered from bhutto food. we'll get started with what's new in exotic fashion trends . liliana, good morning.
>> good morning.
>> so skinny jeans .
>> still in. what's the exotic twist?
>> so the skinny on denim this season is all about reptile prints, so you want a snake print, the ones i'm wearing are from seven for all mankind. the fit is amazing, and these are a little bit of an investment piece but if you want the seal on them from marshalls, under $20. what you're really looking for is snake and python prints in all different colors.
>> investment price, translation, pricey. these rain boots have an exotic print.
>> this is matthew williamson . we all wear them all summer long for flip flops. they make ryan boots. partnered with matthew williamson for a special anniversary collection.
>> 125 at haviana.com.
>> tell us about these shrugs.
>> these are from fc.com. a global marketplace from all over the place. these shrugs are from all over the world.
>> body jewelry .
>> very exotic. new port beach, something from faraway places .
>> tribal-inspired jewelry. looks exotic.
>> very exotic. made right here in new york city . made by a company called holst & lei, beautiful statement pieces, inspired by executive places an exotic people.
>> and last but not least, the custom made jewelry.
>> this is haji couture, leather and jowls and beautiful feathers of all of the pieces are made to order, all custom and totally affordable.
>> and nice and furry, too.
>> thanks so much.
>> thank you, savannah. moving on to what's up, exotic beauty. lindsey huggins is editor at "self" magazine. what are the latest trends in exotic beaute?
>> good morning. so many things you can put in your makeup bag to travel like you've been to africa or india. to start we have argon oil, something that comes from morocco. what's great about this is you usually use it in your hair are and now this is something that you can find in lip balms, in eye shadows. it comes from a nut tree and it's got tons of vitamin e and omega three.
>> great for the skin.
>> there's moroccan oil that i absolutely love.
>> for the hair, for the body.
>> for the body.
>> so it 's wonderful .
>> what about in nails? add a little exotic flair as well?
>> i am actually wearing e-cat, something really fun, taken state from the national runways and what's great about this is these are actual stickers. no try time, no chips. i filed these last night and how awesome are they?
>> all week jut like getting a manicure.
>> over here to the eyes. seems like the cat eye is the big trend we're seeing.
>> exactly. this is borrowed from ancient egypt . what's great about this is coal is a mineral around obviously forever and professional makeup artists have been using it for years. now the everyday woman can go to your local drug store and get this. easy to apply now, you know.
>> easier than the liquid liners for sure.
>> lack at these beautiful palettes of makeup. inspired by the exotic motif.
>> safari, everything from the packaging, to eye shadows, lip palettes, everything, something for everyone here.
>> okay. last, what's over here?
>> do-it-yourself hena and what i love is being confident and bold when wearing this, on the wrist, arm, neck. it's really fun and playful.
>> lindsey huggins, thanks so much. here's al.
>> thanks so much. we'll figure out what's in when it comes to exotic food. mark, good to see you from "men's journal." to start off, a soft spicy salami.
>> unlike any salami you'll find at any grocery store . comes from a san francisco shop called boccalone. try that. it's intense and spicy and delicious.
>> that's great. almost like a salami spread.
>> great for a sandwich.
>> these are finger " l.a. times " from australia.
>> a little sweeter than regular " l.a. times " and filled with kind of a citrus caviar, these polyps of flavors. we have it with an oyster but spoon it over a sweet dessert to balance it out and put them on a taco.
>> what do we have here?
>> it's kind of a statele of southern french cooking and like a ven gar and less acidic and experiment with it.
>> what is this?
>> this is bartaga, sounds gross. basically press the salt eggs, dried, cured, pressed salt eggs, and it's -- it's kind of a secret we oven italian restaurants.
>> and finally american prusht o prosciutto. mark, thank you. more after your local news.