Saturday, October 31, 2009
Who would have thought that a gal who shops at Wal-mart could cause a media sensation.
Style is style--it has no price tag.
So, wanna be Sookie for Halloween? It's easy: a white tee, black short-shorts, an apron and a ponytail--that's it!
Throw in a southern accent and a hot vampire and you can be one of the hottest couples on television today: Bill & Sookie
Have a safe & happy Halloween everyone!
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Barbra Streisand, (hopefully) looking for cover:
Tara Reid, just being herself:
Fashion can hurt.
Friday, October 23, 2009
Lately though, I've been thinking about Amelia Earhart and how great it's going to be to see her life on the big screen. Not to mention the fashion!
In the 1930's, there was a return to the more feminine, lady-like style of dress. For this is the time when the bias cut became the supreme method of producing elegant, flowing evening gowns.
Some say she invented this while others say it was done as far back as the medieval times. Whatever.
It helps that Keira weighs about 10 pounds. Any larger than that, she couldn't pull this dress off as this dress is made for the waif, not the Pamela.
The dress was designed by costumer, Jacqueline Durran. A perfect example of the quintessential 1930's evening gown.
Gorgeous Katherine Hepburn and the menswear influence on womens daywear:
Thursday, October 22, 2009
One of my favourites for Spring 2010 is Akris. Absolutely sublime this year because they do minimalist so bloody well! Clean, Swiss lines=dreamy.
Gorgeous Greys--so wearable!
Fluidity--are you in love yet?
Friday, October 16, 2009
Then, in 2005, something changed. She was filming V for Vendetta (which by the way is an incredible film) and decided to go all the way for her character: she shaved her head. And the result was magnificent!
Here she is in a GORGEOUS Lanvin dress at the Toronto International Film Festival this past September:
Dare I be cheesy and say she's 'Prett In Pink!'
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
His Spring 2010 RTW collection brings a new meaning to the word ‘inventive’.