Safe to say that a lot of celebrities and designers struggled with the punk fashion theme at this year’s Met Gala, some embraced the studs, fishnets, the safety pins, spikes and wrapped tape look, most went with heavier eye make-up than usual, some really took the theme to town, Madonna I am talking about you, while others just ignored it completely, Gwyneth I am pointing this in your direction, and some even made their hair the focus, oh hello Anne Hathaway’s bleached blonde hair-do!!! Usually I do individual posts for the Met Gala much like my Oscar coverage, but this year I
I do lust over designer handbags a lot and my latest obsession is Yves Saint Laurent’s Cabas Chyc leather tote that just exudes Parisian chic. Why am I loving this bag so much? Well for a tote I want a classic shape, something that it is sturdy and roomy, has a touch of elegance, and most of all something that can bridge the gap between casual to smart and everything in between *not asking for a lot then!*. Plus it is essential that a day tote is versatile. The YSL Cabas Chyc certain is that. This roomy bag has a class
So it was only after I blogged The Mannequin, The Rebel and The Sweetheart yesterday I realised that I had only got seven covers and LOVE Issue 4 has eight, so it was only right for Sienna to complete the set. Playing the role of The Pin Up, Sienna looks fab with vamped up make-up and hair, I love her smoky eyes and striking red lips – gorgeous. But if with Sienna I think The Mannequin and The Siren are my favourites. Which one is your favourite?
I chose the most inappropriate time to get ill last week with the biggest event in the fashion calendar took place – the 2010 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala, dubbed the ‘Oscars of Fashion’. The guest list was amazing as always, there was Sienna Miller’s first outing with Jude Law since they reunited, Anna Wintour dancing with Diddy, it was like a who’s who of the fashion world from Hollywood stars to models. There were amazing frocks, some fashion disasters and then there was my style icon Diane Kruger looking amazing as always. This year’s event, American Woman: Fashioning A National Identity,
As always Fashion Target Breast Cancer (FTBC) campaign always provides the perfect excuse to be charitable while looking fabulous, this year is no exception, and thankfully there isn’t a charity tee (it’s like the charity single a little over done!). The FTBC have teamed up with the hottest shops and designers including Topshop, River Island and Superdry and are offering dresses, sunwear, accessories, tops, skirts and my favourite piece is this hot one-shoulder black dress by Olivia Rubin. Also check out this great video showcasing Olivia’s dress here. That is not all – they even got Kylie Minogue, Sienna Miller and Claudia Schiffer to front this year’s campaign