Sunday, May 11, 2014

Movie Event: Angelina Jolie for Maleficent.

"Angelina Jolie went dark for her titular role in Maleficent, but for the film's photo call in London Friday, the actress was positively radiant! Less than 24 hours after she dazzled in a black Atelier Versace gown, the actress attended a press event at the Corinthia Hotel in a white knee-length dress by the same label.
The white dress was a subtle nod to the movie, courtesy of its hand-painted raven print. In the film, Maleficent relies on the shape-shifter Diaval (Sam Riley) to be her eyes and ears; to do so, he transforms into a raven.
Jolie's footwear was also apparently inspired by the movie, as the custom Christian Louboutin heels looked like thorns. The 38-year-old actress wore her blown-out brunette locks down and added a pop of color with a bold red lip.
During a recent press conference in Paris, Jolie said her Maleficent costume scared her six kids with Brad Pitt. How did she calm them down? "I brought them over to [Elle Fanning]. I introduced them to Sleeping Beauty, Prince Charming and all the nice people," she said, smiling. "They actually had to watch the prosthetics come on and off. I had a nosepiece and pointy cheeks and pointy ears and fangs in the back, so I had them come in and just watch all the pieces come off so they understood. But they really didn't like it. The littlest ones did—they thought it was fun. But Pax in particular was not OK with it at all. It's tough to see your mother that way. As a child, it's quite horrific.""
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Thursday, May 8, 2014

Global News: Bring Back Our Girls x Celeb Campaigning.

"On April 15, nearly 300 innocent girls in Nigeria woke up to gunfire as they slept in their boarding school dormitory, before being violently abducted by an Islamist terrorist group, and disappearing altogether. While a few dozen have reportedly managed to escape, more than 230 still remain missing. The rumors that surround the situation are chilling, with reports that indicate mass marriages, and a video from the group leader himself stating his intent to sell off the girls, who are just 15-18 years old.

It seems like an impossible situation from our standpoint, but the truth of the matter is that what we can do is raise awareness. And that's exactly what these high-profile celebrities and politicians are doing, thanks to the power of social media. Using the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls, notables from Michelle Obama to Amy Poehler to Malala Yousafzai are doing their part to spread the word, encourage the U.S. government and United Nations to work with the Nigerian government, and get those young girls back home where they belong. Follow their lead and join the movement."

Check out the rest of the article on ELLE

Last Minute Shopping: Mother's Day Gift Idea.

Established in 1902 in London.

Does your mom love chocolate?
Didn't buy her a gift yet?
Well order your mom some PreStat chocolatiers.

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Prestat is honoured to have held the Royal Warrant from Her Majesty The Queen of England for over 35 years and was also privileged to receive the last Royal Warrant ever given out by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. A Royal Warrant is a mark of service, quality of produce and outstanding value. Prestat is affectionately known as the Queen of England’s Chocolate makers.

Prestat’s chocolates and truffles have been enjoyed by royalty and nobility, by presidents and prime ministers, by stars of stage and screen for over 100 years. Indeed by anyone who delights in the pleasures that only the finest chocolate brings.

“I do so love truffles as Prestat makes them.....”
(Roald Dahl, author of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory).

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Monday, May 5, 2014

Best Dressed: Met Gala 2014.

From Lupita Nyong'o to Sarah Jessica Parker, see what fashion's biggest stars wore to celebrate the opening of the 'Charles James: Beyond Fashion' costume exhibit.

Lupita Nyong'o

Lupita giving us creativity and uniqueness, work Ms. Nyong'o!

Cara Delevingne

Cara rocked this outfit, I love it!

Kendall Jenner

The little sister of the Kardashians looks very elegant and sophisticated in her gown.
Very age appropriate Kendall, and you are giving us FACE!

Anne Hathaway

Anne is rocking a Calvin Klein ensemble giving us a peek of her midsection.

Cash Warren x Jessica Alba

They look wonderful together.
Love her gown, she looks stunning.


Rihanna gives me life!
She rocks the red carpet in her Stella McCartney ensemble.
Rihanna is stunning period, and she is one of my fashion icons.

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Fashion Forward: Celeb Daily Style.

Taylor Swift 

Taylor was spotted looking extra chic leaving a ModelFit gym in New York City's SoHo neighborhood. 
I love this look for Taylor, go 'head girl!

Chrissy Teigen

The model looked stylish while shopping in New York City's SoHo neighborhood.

Zendaya Coleman

The actress and former Disney star steps out in double denim while out and about in NYC.

Ellen Pompeo x Drake 

Ellen Pompeo cuddles up with pal Drake at the Toronto Raptors vs Brooklyn Nets game at Barclays Center in New York City.
Watch this picture cause some uninviting rumors for these two friends.

Jessica Simpson

The singer catches a flight out of Washington Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C.

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Fashion News.

"Tonight is the Met Ball, the night when fashion people that run the gamut from models to actresses to designers dress up in their themed black-tie best to celebrate the opening of the museum's annual costume exhibit. But before likes of Kimye, Anne Hathaway, and Taylor Swift walk the red carpet this evening, Michelle Obama cut the ribbon on the Metropolitan Museum's renovated $40 million costume center, called the Anna Wintour Costume Center, this morning.
Dressed in a springy green Naeem Khan number, the first lady opened the centerwith fashion bigwigs like Carolina Herrera, Victoria Beckham, Marc Jacobs, Sarah Jessica Parker, Diane von Furstenberg, and Donatella Versace watching. Obama, who has become a strong figure in the fashion industry since her husband was first elected in 2008, also announced that she, along with Wintour, is organizing a fashion workshop at the White House for students.
The exhibit, which opens to the public Thursday, honors Charles James, an influential designer known for his glamorous, sculptural gowns, who dressed the likes of Marlene Dietrich and Gypsy Rose Lee starting in the 1930s."
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2014 Correspondents Dinner: Best Dressed Stars.

EOnline has put together a slideshow of stars that were in attendance at the White House for the 2014 Correspondents Dinner.
Of course, I will be posting my top 5 favorite looks of the stars that were present.
First up the the first lady:

Michelle Obama

Mrs. Obama is wearing a frothy off-the-shoulder Marchesa confection.

Lupita Nyong'o

Lupita graces the red carpet wearing an Oscar de la Renta polka dot gown.

Sophia Vegara

Sophia flaunts her curves on the red carpet in a Rachel Zoe gold and pink gown.

Freida Pinto

Freida shows a little skin in her custom made Thakoon metallic gown.

Alicia Qurales

Alicia poses for the cameras in her purple sheer dress.

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Best Dressed: 2014 iHeartRadio Awards.

Selena Gomez is sporting a really cute crop top combo with nude pumps.

Hilary Duff is rocking a little black dress paired with a cute messy bun & scandal heels.

Mel B (from the Spice Girls) is rocking an orange and black ensemble, I must say her body looks TIGHT, I love the heels too!

Ashley Greene (Twilight actress) is looking stunning in her dress which draws you into looking at her midsection. Nice job!

Giuliana Rancic E! News host rocked the red carpet coverage.

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Thursday, May 1, 2014

ADDICTION of The Day: Delphine Delafon's Bucket Bags.

French-American designer Delphine Delafon creates one-of-a-kind bucket bags. For Fall, Delafon is introducing her first seasonal collection, but until then, everything is made to order. Available in python, leather, or suede and garnished with fringes or studs, Delafon’s wares are supercute. And they’re a hit in Paris, where the designer is based. The Fall collection will be available at Barneys New York. But in the meantime, you can request your piece at

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Fashion Collaboration: Gap x Visionaire.

For Visionaire No. 56 SOLAR (originally published in 2009), the NYC-based art and fashion pub developed a special UV-sensitive ink that changed black-and-white images to color when exposed to direct sunlight. Visionaire is reviving the SOLAR ink for a special collection of T-shirts in collaboration with Gap, which will be available at this year’s Frieze Art Fair, where Gap is operating an outdoor retail space designed by the architects Leong Leong.
“Since we knew the collection was coming out in May, our immediate inspiration was summer, color, and sun,” says Cecilia Dean, Visionaire cofounder.

The T-shirts feature artwork by Alex Katz, Yoko Ono, Richard Phillips, Ugo Rondinone, Peter Lindbergh, Fran├žois Berthoud, and Roe Ethridge, some of which were published inVisionaire. When exposed to direct sunlight, the black-and-white prints on the tees turn to color—seen here in GIFs.
As with any sensible collaboration, this collection benefits both sides. “This is a great partnership,” says Rebekka Bay, Gap’s creative director. “[The collection] intersects fashion and art and allows a broader audience the opportunity to experience both brands.”

The T-shirts will be available in key global Gap flagship stores, select Visionaire retailers, Gap Boxpark in London, Gap White Space in Tokyo, and Gap White Space in New York, which will be dedicated to the Visionaire partnership from May 9-18.
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Fashion Style Off.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley vs. Sarah Jessica Parker.
Both of these ladies are rocking a studded Saint Laurent topper.
Who wore it better out of these two ladies?
In my opinion Rosie has my vote, Sarah isn't doing it for me this time around.

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