Amanda Bynes Knows What She’s Doing
People are quick to call Amanda Bynes the latest example of the celebrity downward spiral. Well we (myself and most of the public) do not know Amanda personally, we’ve only watched her from our TV’s. And I believe it is ridiculous to call someone ruined and a mess when most people don’t even know how old she is (27, which means old enough to make her own style decisions).
And I just want to say Amanda has been looking amazing. And most importantly, she’s been looking amazing outside of the red carpet. That is truth.
picture via Amanda’s Twitter
I could go on for days about her hair in this picture, and her bag makes it so killer. And this is proof that leggings do work, and hate for leggings is more trendy than truthful.
picture via Amanda’s Twitter
The girl looks bomb. So get with it.
I just found this picture of her. street glamstress
picture via celebstarlets.tumblr.com
Zoe Saldana has Gall
picture via journaldelamode.tumblr.com
Oh bless you Zoe.
Zoe Saldana came to the MTV Movie Awards wearing a dress from Givenchy, one of my personal favorite design houses.
The latest collection from Givenchy Creative Director Riccardo Tisci was all about drama and intelligence, while making it chic which never happens. Usually there are two sides of the cool table, the loud and the soft. This dress melts between the two.
The MTV Movie awards is the perfect place for a look like this. You wanna look cool and effortless, but you don’t wanna look to in your element. That would make you fade in the back.
The main point is that it takes guts to wear a dress with a dramatic leg sheer panel and Zoe did it.
This makes up for her oscar dress this year which I won’t add a picture of, because this is a positive article.
There Should be More Attention Given to the Man Who Dresses JT than JT
The celebrated Gucci revivalist and American modern fashion icon is responsible for the Suit & Tie’s that Justin Timberlake has decided to sing about.
For having a predictably underwhelming “comeback”, Justin Timberlake has still managed to catch the eyes of men’s fashion lovers with his Tom Ford suits.
This wonderfully built Tom Ford piece gives Justin the class of a tuxedo, but enough of a wrinkle here and there to let him be cool.
And that big black bow tie is just IT on him. Not to mention the intricate linings of the jacket show that men’s fashion doesn’t come down to reiteration.
photo by Getty Images
of course this is all owed to the darling designer (and director) Tom Ford
photo via link
Why don’t more people know & love him?
Chanel Perfects Boots with Skin
Boots really took off this fall season, and knee-high gladiator boots are a staple for this summer, however there is a problem with boots nowadays.
So many women do not understand how much a boot can cut one’s body off. Skin is a great tone to show off and the visual adds length to ones body providing the perfect proportion when needed.
Well, Chanel shows that it understands the necessity in a small peek of skin under the hem of a skirt, and above the top of a boot.
all photos by Yannis Vlamos/InDigitalteam/GoRunway.com
Now granted these aren’t necessarily boots shown in the photos, but rather cut leggings paired with ankle boots, however the shape and look is the desired effect that any high boot should give.
LADIES: Owning the Jumpsuit Look
There is a certain power in walking down a street covered head to toe is a clean fabric with the perfect proportions. A woman can give anything and everything with a good heel and a hot jumpsuit.
But the real power is in the jumpsuit look. It comes from the leg stretching through the fabric with a harnessed neckline.
The one-piece jumpsuit look comes in a variety of cuts and looks but the best is the constructed deep v with a bodess that lays flat with minimal cut for the curves, as seen in the Hermes Fall 2013 show.
photo by Yannis Vlamos/InDigitalteam/GoRunway.com
Yes it is a dress, but it works like a jumpsuit, allowing for versatility and power.
So maybe these “jumpsuit dresses” will allow girls a new conjunction between femininity and masculinity.