Tag Archives: AW10

Golden Globes: Anne Hathaway Best Back Alert In Armani

Actress Anne Hathaway arrives at the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California, January 16, 2011. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (GOLDENGLOBES-ARRIVALS)

Who: Nominated actress Anne Hathaway *sadly did not win*

Where: At the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California

Wearing: A bronze Armani Privé gown from the autumn/winter 2010 couture collection fully embellished with pailettes and Swarovski crystal, featuring huge shoulders, long fitted sleeves and a gorgeous low open back

Verdict: This gown was the finale of the Armani Privé collection when it hit the runway, and it shined tonight on the red carpet. As soon as I saw it I was like Rachel Zoe has done good, and Anne will definatly be on the best dressed list in the morning.

I love long sleeves, open backs and trains on a gown and this has it all, add into the mix an extremely charming and gorgeous Anne Hathaway and for me you have one of the best dressed of the night.


Pic: via Armani

Dolce Makeup Campaign: Scarlett Johansson Goes For Sultry

Pic: Dolce & Gabbana

How doll like does Scarlett Johansson look in this new Dolce & Gabbana The Makeup cosmetics campaign for autumn 2010? Gorgeous as always, but when she turns on her sultry side you really do get a beautiful campaign. I love what she is wearing, matching black lace-up pants a matching bustier.

Admittedly this is probably a very photoshopped campaign but she does look gorgeous.

AW10 Campaign: Sasha Pivovarova The Face Of Longchamp

Pic: Longchamp

This is one of the most creative autumn 2010 campaign’s I have seen, Longchamp has chosen Russian supermodel Sasha Pivovarova to front its ad campaign for the second season running.

Photographed by David Sims this is his innovative and modern vision of the Longchamp woman, using complex lighting effects and dual exposure techniques, to suggest the hidden facets of a woman’s personality.

Sasha is perfect for the job with her striking her blonde hair – oh and the bags aren’t half bad.

Pic: Longchamp - Gatsby Violet

This bag in this shade has been added to my AW10 wishlist – it is perfect.

Pic: Longchamp - Gatsby Bijou

Pic: Longchamp - Gatsby Carmin

Trends AW10: Capes From The High Street

Pic: ASOS.com

One of my favourite trends coming for autumn/winter 2010 has to be the cape, I loved seeing them come down the runway at London Fashion Week in February and its great to see the high street coming up with price-friendly alternatives.

I have picked a number of capes, with the one above from ASOS.com being one of my favourite, I think going for a dark shade is best for me but there are so many camel and beige shades as well, and the hood on this one is an added bonus. Not out until September but already been added to my wish-list.

Pic: Primark

Second up is this navy military cape from Primark, not due in stores until the beginning of October but with a price tag of just £25 surely it is worth the wait, the addition of the belt makes it a smart alternative to a coat. I also love these wet-look leggings (£7 – end of September) and black lace ankle boots (£15) that the cape has been styled with – makes me excited about the cold weather.

Pic: Debenhams - Rocha.John Rocha

Next up is this designer collaboration with Debenhams from Rocha.John Rocha, this brush cape has leather pipping details and a longer length than most which is what is so flattering. Surprising this cape is only £65 which is a bargain and grey is going to be everywhere so this is a good trend choice.

Pic: Tesco

If you after grey then this one from Tesco is another good contender from the F&F collection, priced £35. The only problem with this one for me is that capes can easily look like a blanket so always make sure you try on a few to see which ones suit you.

Pic: Monsoon

For a lighter shade this Monsoon Carmel cape is perfect. I love the knit print as well as the chunky button – perfect to wear to the office, priced £65 due in store in October.

Pic: Primark

Finishing off with another cape from Primark, again they’ve gone for the military look but this one is lighter than the navy one. I love the ribbed detailing on the large hems, and it is a cheaper alternative to the Monsoon one at only £15 (due in store beginning of September.

Most stores are doing capes and I’ve seen some great ones on press days and from look books from Warehouse, M&S and New Look – so shop around for the perfect one.