First Monday of May means… the Met Gala. This year’s theme was Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. Let’s have a look at what the lucky ones came up with! Here’s my 15 best dressed.
we wear pink I proposed a recap of the Golden Globes. Now, we are on to the next one: The Critics’ Choice Awards!
10. Laura Dern in Balmain
You will read and see (if you haven’t already) a lot about, and of the collaboration. The collection involves a lot of florals and great pieces.
But here, how about we get to know a little bit this talented Erdem?
Hope you’re all doing fantastic! So on Monday was the Met Gala 2016, organized for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City. I love the Met Ball, because it really is an opportunity to see dramatic dresses and fashion risks. At least, that’s the way I see it.
There’s a new theme every year, and the guests are supposed to dress according to that theme. This year, the theme was: “Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology“. So, how well did they do? Here’s my top ten (+ 1) 🙂
Hey there people,
I’m so excited!!! It’s awards season in Hollywood!!!! Why do I care? Why does anyone care? Well, if you’re a nominated actress, I guess the answer is pretty obvious. But why do we, mere mortals, get excited for these shows? Because those beautiful and talented actresses step out in the most enchanting dresses that we can only dream to see from afar one day…
So here is my top 10 of the Golden Globes’ red carpet. I could have selected many more looks, they all looked gorgeous, but if I had to choose my ultimate favorites, here they are…
10. Taylor Schilling, in Thakoon.
Some might say that it looks like pajamas, but I like it. It stands out from all the gowns, and I think it’s original, and sexy. Black is the new black again!
How are you? Are you super-duper-sad about friday’s game? I know I am… And I want to get over it as fast as possible! Lucky me, there’s Wimbledon to make me feel better.
If you know a bit about this mythic tennis tournament, you probably know that it has a very specific dress code. In London, players have to wear an all white ensemble. The organization is pretty strict about it. A couple of years ago, some female players had to change bras because they were not all white. Too much? Maybe, but this dress code is also what makes Wimbledon so epic. And just for the anecdote, this year had also its lot of controversy with the Nike “nightie” dress.