One of last weekend’s highlight was going to see Toy Story 3. Such a fun film which definitely isn’t just for kids. Of course I won’t spoil the plot for anyone but all I can say is that for me Ken steals the show, along with a Spanish Buzz!! Barbie, modelled after the 1983 Barbie shape, looks very retro in her 80s green all-in-one leotard with multicoloured leg warmers and pink heels. I loved her so much that I bought her from Hamleys before I had even saw the movie.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtve5Ry5rj8 Lauren Conrad takes you behind-the-scenes at the Hills finale.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_ZQS3ZBOKU With only a week-to-go until BNTM starts with new host Elle Macpherson on Living TV at 9pm. Check out the promo “It Takes a Top Model, to Find One”. I really do think this season is going to be a good one, and it has only taken six series to get it right…hopefully.
If you are in Paris before August 29 I can’t stress enough how much you need to see this exhibition – it is amazing. I admit I love fashion, I love fashion exhibitions and I love glamour, and I wasn’t disappointed with anything that the Petit Palais did to make this one of the best retrospectives on someone’s life and career I’ve ever seen – it is a beautiful tribute to such an amazing designer. Firstly, the setting is amazing as the name suggest this exhibition is set in a beautiful palace – with high ceilings, natural light and painted murals
I’ve been building up my trip to Paris for weeks, reading all the guidebooks I could get my hands on, reviewing the must-see places to visit, getting tips from the lucky few who have been before me – and I must admit I was worried that all my hype would dampen my experience. If anything I didn’t think big enough! Paris is a city like no other. Of all the other big cities I’ve visited they’ve all possessed something different. I love the fast-paced nature of New York, the skyline and the shops of course; London is where I work