We don’t know what notion we’ve taken. It’s not like it’s Valentine’s Day or anything, but we suddenly felt a little nostalgic for that time that Jake Gyllenhaal and Taylor Swift strolled through Central Park sipping lattes and Taylor wore a duffle coat and Jake looked so happy. Oh Taylor, look what you made us do? This led us down the rabbit hole. Johnny and Kate? Or Johnny and Winona?
Okay, so we tend to steer away from politics, let’s leave that to the professionals. Wait, who are they again? It would seem professionalism has eluded our ‘leaders’ lately, but it’s too early in the morning for that. Instead, let’s focus our attention on something much more important: Hillary Clinton’s pantsuits. Ralph Lauren’s Patriotic Pantsuit Trilogy has served Hillary well. This choice in particular has been widely regarded as a tribute to the suffragette
Ever since Blair Waldorf sat on those Met steps, the Met Gala has meant that much more to us. And two years ago when Blake and Ryan looked like that (and he looked at her like that), the Met surpassed all our expectations. So, maybe that’s why we have become so very hard to please; like we weren’t already. The dress code for the Met Gala is themed in accordance with the annual fashion exhibition
Welcome to the 88th Academy Awards. It’s fair to say that sometimes, just sometimes, we forget that the Oscars are actually about the films and not the fashion. Sorry Scorsese. Moving on, and the nominees for Best Dressed are… Daisy Ridley in Chanel Haute Couture Maeve’s favourite, the oh-so-slightly shorter length is a little daring for the Oscars red carpet and that’s why we like it. Nothing on Cher mind you! Saoirse Ronan in
Controversy be damned! The Oscars is undoubtedly one of the most glamorous events in history and as we gear up for this weekend’s 88th Academy Awards ceremony, let’s cast our minds back to those jaw dropping Oscar dresses of yore. Michelle Williams in Vera Wang at the 78th Annual Academy Awards, 2006. ~ Mila Kunis wearing Elie Saab at the Oscars, 2011. ~ Penelope Cruz in Versace, 2007. ~ This mermaid-like Jean Paul
New year, new you! Well, it’s now the 13th January so that’s probably not the case anymore as your new year’s resolution fades to the back of your mind… But you know what might give you that extra boost to change up the diet, wardrobe and boost that morale? Instagram. Well, it might not boost the morale but it sure is a good way to stay in the know and here’s how
Ah, jeez. Here we go again being remarkably hard to please. Sigh. While many an A-lister, and Heidi Klum, strut their stuff at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards, only a few good women stood out against a fairly mediocre red carpet. Not for lack of trying mind you. It’s just all a little… “Meh”. Maybe it’s because it’s January. Let’s face it; nothing looks good in January except Leonardo DiCaprio’s face.
“When I’m old and grey, I want to have a house by the sea. And paint. With a lot of wonderful chums, good music, and booze around. And a damn good kitchen to cook in.” – Ava Gardner Proof that with a red lip and bold brow, you can do no wrong. Ah, the good old days of Hollywood, when studios ruled the world and Amal’s gloves wouldn’t have looked out
Is it just us or are we expecting too much? I mean, if we looked like any of those ladies on the red carpet we would be happy but as far as the fashion stakes go… this year’s Globes were a little ‘meh’. And we’re not talking about J Lo’s! Ahem, Mr. Renner! Sure, the Golden Globe Awards are about the acting chops and yeah okay, they’re saving themselves for the
Faye Dunaway has starred in some seriously stylish movies, The Thomas Crown Affair, Network and Chinatown to name a few, but its Arthur Penn’s iconic Bonnie and Clyde (arguably the most stylish film of all time) that she is most identified with. And little wonder; it simply never goes out of style. Set in the dusty mid-west during the grim 1930’s, costume designer Theadora Van Runkle’s killer ensembles (quite literally) remain current