Style evolves, people change, and you grow up. That will be the message of the, no doubt, fabulous and, hopefully, awe-inspiring wardrobe of the Sex and the City movie. We've had glimpses here and there, but what we have today is a full on featurette with behind-the-scenes film and fashion footage. According to Michael Patrick King, SATC writer and film director, "Everything's more expensive and more beautiful." I have chills. We get to see the wardrobe master Patricia Field at work, the wardrobe room (the rows of shoes — OMG) and a New York pigeon's point of view of some scenes in action. How truly Fab. Enjoy . . .
Posts for March 5th 2008
This golden frame bag ($24) from the '60s garners retro appeal with its shape, but resides in modernity due to its futuristic metallic sheen. Buyer's remorse not welcome here — just go for the gold!
Victoria Beckham has reportedly been approached by Fox to host a fashion reality TV series called Fashion Nightmares.
The show would be in the same format as Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, with cameras following Posh as she travels around America finding ensembly-challenged people and working with them on a fashion makeover. A source reveals, "They want her to visit some boutiques and beauty pageants in real backwater towns and to try to whip them into chic shape." Sounds maja!
Is Avril Lavigne more like Heidi Montag than we knew?
Lavigne's collection will feature new pieces every 60 days, with a blended aesthetic of rock 'n' roll with a feminine edge. Since the initial collection is created from the pop singer's own closet, expect lots of bold colors, iconic prints, tartan plaids, checks, and stripes in prices ranging from $24-$48.
Victoria Beckham and her kids celebrated Brooklyn's birthday at the movies yesterday in LA. Leave it to the posh mommy to wear a Marc Jacobs dress (on sale!) and a Birkin to such a casual place. The frock fits her so well, and I'm glad she tucked her boobies away. How cute is it that little Cruz is matching his mum in the red and black Batman costume?!
Just a few weeks ago we found out that Christina was going to be voguing for her good friend and jewelry designer Stephen Webster, and the images have surfaced! The whole campaign is influenced by Alfred Hitchcock, and the first two shots are straight out of two Grace Kelly-helmed Hitchcock films: Rear Window and Dial M For Murder. Do you think that Christina gives Grace a run for her money? And how about that bling?
We've all heard of an umbrella, but a Nubrella? Welcome the umbrella that is more like a canopy, shielding you all around from the wind, rain, and snow — the elements. The Nubrella ($70) is nifty, but I wouldn't carry it. I'd rather be cold than be the girl in a dorky bubble. Would you wear it?