Back in December I shared the teaser for the up-coming Beyoncé documentary that will air on HBO in February, well for the past week I have been trying to find the time to blog the incredible first look at her film, Life is But a Dream. When they said in the teaser that it would be intimate I didn’t think it would be this intimate, you see Beyoncé discussing her worries, hiding her baby bump, and the pressure to succeed. I am seriously memorised with how open she is being as well as how many close-up shots of her face we
Beyonce and I have had an on-off relationship over the years, I wasn’t a huge Destiny’s Child fan, I just didn’t get the hype, then I went a little crazy for her solo career – I absolutely love Crazy In Love and Single Ladies, and then when it was all about her power couple hook-up with Jay-Z I kind of tuned out, but since Queen Bee joined Instagram and became the ultimate style blogger I have been mesmerised, so I was super excited to hear about her up-coming documentary. The autobiographical documentary, which will be airing on American TV channel HBO in February,
OMG I know I am about a week behind on getting excited about this but have you seen the trailer yet for HBO’s documentary ‘In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye’? I loved, loved, loved The September Issue and this looks to be even better, and I so wish I could be part of Wintour’s “dysfunctional family”. This documentary is part of Vogue’s 120th anniversary and unlike The September Issue which looked at one issue, this films draws from Vogue’s archives and takes a look at some of the world’s most influential fashion images, which I am sure will translate as a visual masterpiece.