httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qi8oUqkPYio I had to share this weird but cool video from Royksopp directed by Andreas Nilsson. Stick with it to around the 4.38 mark as that is when the Barbie’s come to life. You may be asking why they’ve done this video – this is why…crazy and I love it. “We had a vision, and in this vision we saw ourselves as a sleeping hobo and an old man respectively. The following is a vivid depiction of some of the events that occurred during an intended stay in Barbieland. And remember, It’s a true story….” Royksopp
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