My love for her is like an undying, prepubescent youth’s love for Justin Bieber. Mine will never fade. Their’s? God, let’s hope so.
Monthly Archives: July 2010
Today we will be celebrating 10,000 views. My hobby is just what intrigues me in the fashion world, with my added point-of-view. I’m going to continue to grow with new ideas, particularly college campus street style once school is back in session. Here’s to 10,000 more.
Also, here are this weeks top posts:
It appears her grandmother’s doilies have tragically vomited all over her. This Valentino, or with the accompanied tights, were not probably the best choice to make on one of the most important issues of the year. She mentions within the magazine that she doesn’t approve of Photoshop to make them taller and skinnier. Well Emily, I see they should have done some editing to make it look less offensive to my eyes. Someone must have a grudge held against this beautiful woman, out of spite for her stealing Jim away. Sorry, ladies.
Oh, does it get better. While us peasants that must purchase this magazine in store get to see what she’s wearing, subscribers get to see what could be Cousin It for all I know, her hair all blown around. I just want to pull it back for her. At least her Dolce & Gabbana lace here is tasteful. Win some you lose some.
Magazine: Elle UK, September 2010
Actor: Emily Blunt
Photographer: Matthias Vriens-McGrath
The perfect styling and color palette to a 70s-inspired pre-fall wonderland in Vogue Turkey. Adorned in Prada, Chanel, Versace, and more, Masha and Ashley Smith frolic in an array of bright patterns. The accessorized Hermes scarf with the leopard print jacket is endlessly chic, while Givenchy’s feathers, well, need I say anything more?
Title: Retro Bodrum
Magazine: Vogue Türkiye July 2010
Models: Ashley Smith, Masha Novoselova
Photographer: Ahmet Polat
Work it, tranny Raquel, work it!
Direction: Ruth Hogben
Performance: Raquel Zimmermann at DNA Models
Fashion: Gareth Pugh
Styling: Katie Shillingford
And the September issues flow in. Lady Gaga is grey as a granny in Fred Leighton jewels. Although not a fashion magazine through and through, I suppose “The Style Issue” counts, right?
1. Kristen McMenamy, is that you?
2. Throwing up your Miley, I see.
3. Loving the nail polish.
4. No really, Kristen M, is that you?
5. I see we’re air brushing tattoos, Vanity Fair.
6. Kind of ethereal.
7. “Who is she? Why is she? Should you worry?” Rolling my eyes. Who is their target audience, the geriatric community?
Nick Knight - Photographer
Nicola Formichetti – Fashion Editor/Stylist
Sam McKnight – Hair Stylist
Val Garland – Makeup Artist
Lady Gaga – Entertainer
Mischa, Mischa, what is your life? With that look on your face, you don’t have to say it, girl. We got you. That Miu Miu dress is inherently ugly, yet cute in a quirky way, but on you, it is coming off as a bit nuts-o. While Swashbuckler McGee or perhaps Bret Michaels behind you isn’t helping anyone’s case, you my dear, look like an absolute loon.
Do yourself a favor, fix those stank-ass extensions, possibly take it a bit lighter on the makeup or maybe heavier, but when you’ve reached whore or Christina Aguilera’s mask, you’ve gone too far. Also, save the Miu Miu for an event that doesn’t include leaving a pub (What are you doing at a pub anyway? Aren’t you suppose to be sober? Oh, I get it. You have will power. A Wonder Woman of our generation.). Trust me, do yourself some favors and maybe your legacy won’t be Marissa Cooper. Marinade on that.
While having Mrs. Beckham on a fashion magazine instead of a model is hardly groundbreaking, I’ll give it to the lady, she knows how to strike a pose and strike it hard. I have been unsure about her longer locks as I feel shorter hair gives her more personality, but whatever Victoria wants, she’ll be determined to pull it off I’m sure. Waiting for the HQ photos, but this cover certainly brings a lot to the table. Those are some wicked Louboutin’s indeed.
Sweet titties, we have campaign landing. Kate Moss for Balmain, shot by Inez & Vinoodh, and it makes so much sense. Kate is often spotted wearing Balmain leather pants among others, maybe it’s time to move on from being focused on Anja Rubik. Maybe? I need HQ photos now of my goddess and I’m sure they’ll come in within the coming weeks.
Iselin Steiro and Patrick Petitjean, shot by Glen Luchford, star in Joop!’s latest campaign efforts. Elegant, sleek-designed clothing came across the images. Perfectly tailored suit jackets, particularly the violet, stand out impeccably in this well-shot campaign. The amount of class that is exuded makes anyone want to try a little Joop!