More more more! The Met Ball (but of course)
Seriously it’s as if there is nothing else of note going on in the fashion world. Well, apparently there isn’t, as Alexa Chung is on Vogue again . . . miaow, miaow, I know. But listen, I did some pithy …
Seriously it’s as if there is nothing else of note going on in the fashion world. Well, apparently there isn’t, as Alexa Chung is on Vogue again . . . miaow, miaow, I know.
But listen, I did some pithy little bits about the Met ball, and, ever one to run with a theme, I thought I would continue apace with a look at four of the young (ish) guns.
It’s Hailee Steinfeld! I love this look. Very age-appropriate, no? While also being cute and feminine and I’m-not-14-any-more-Toto of her. Approval, granted. Next?
Isabel Lucas is described as an actress, and I vaguel recollect something about her being in some film these past few years, but . . . honestly. She’ll always be the girl who appeared from the ocean in Home & Away, and no amount of dressing as Helen of Troy’s acid-tripping sister is going to change that.
Freida Pinto is the ish of the young (ish) guns, because I’m not quite sure how young she is, but I love this look. And I don’t even like monochrome! I think I like it because it works with the over-the-shoulder hair, and the red lip . . . and I do have a fondness for a tie. Blame Avril Lavigne. My only issue is where the tie stops, and as I’ve already used the word clitoral this week, the less said about that, the better.
I love love love this photograph of Kristen Stewart, and only slightly because of my burning desire for the next in the Twilight series to be released. (Yes, I’m 16.) Her make-up and hair are amazing, and though I don’t much care for the gown, I just love that she’s turned up, doesn’t look like she hates the photographers (and herself), and isn’t standing in between hot and hotter (yes, consider the Edward v Jacob question answered!) for a change.
What say ye, Fash Mobbers?