Sunday, March 21, 2010


pretty dresses! someone propose!

2010 fall rtw

Looking at some of the shows, Chanel is too furry, most of Marc Jacobs is boring and grey, there are some nice ones, this one included
Rag & Bone, who I've never heard of before, have some kooky things that I like
bloggers being weird, I'd post more but its not letting me resize the images or move them around. CONFUSION

the final show

Need to find a close up of those shoes.

Alexander McQueen's final show is beautiful and regal.
I need to find some close ups on those shoes. They are WOW!
First real fashiony blog in a while, and I'm at home sick so I might do some more while I'm in the mood :)
Talk to you again soonnnn


Sunday, March 14, 2010

Alice In Wonderland: a review

Recently I saw Alice In Wonderland, IN 3D of all things, and here's what I thought of it (may or may not contain spoilers...)

As a total Alice In Wonderland nerd, I thoroughly enjoyed Tim Burton's take on it. It was essentially 'Through the Looking-Glass' but with the Jabberwocky poem thrown in as well
(sorry if I'm spoiling anything, I don't mean to I swear).

The costumes were DEVINE, and the Mad Hatter was so adorable and sad at some moments. I didn't like the ending, it made me sad and cranky and I think Alice made the wrong decision, BUT it was still great. Alice made a total of maybe 6 costume changes, all of them devine.

As a AIW nerd, I thought they got some of it wrong. (dont read on if you haven't seen it)
Firstly, the Red Queen seemed a bit confused with the Queen of Hearts, and had Card Guards instead of chess pieces like the White Queen. It wasn't a huge difference, but it niggled at the back of my head and irritated me slightly. Also the Doormouse wasn't sleepy, though I suppose that could be chalked up to that whole war thing.

Well thats all I have to say about it, apart from you should see it immediately, and enjoy it thoroughly.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

confusingly beautiful and young

Sir Ian McKellen
Christopher Walken, cute as a button

Tuesday, March 2, 2010