Kicking back on Sunday with Lanvin and the Oscars

Before, one could only imagine the outcome of creativity if Cleopatra: Queen of the Nile and Pocahontas were BFF's and swapped wardrobes. Well now, you can see it and this is exactly what it would look like: furs, feathers, black fringe, tribal jewelry and pleated metallics. Lanvin took my breath away. Well done, Alber Elbaz!

Paris Fashion Week really won me over this Season.

Famous faces:
Magdalena Frackowiak, Freja Beha Erichsen, Anna Selezneva and Natasha Poly.

Can anyone identify the model on the far left?

Other noteworthy collections:
Christian Dior (Think: Newsies meets high-end, yet old fashioned, Circus glamour.) Isabel Marant (Sandy, from Grease, would so wear this. 50's and 60's chic to the max!) Gareth Pugh (beetle shaped capes and Space traveling-ready boots.) Nina Ricci (brought Old Hollywood Glamour back, in the form of body hugging knee length tea dresses, lace and pops of happy color.) Dries Van Noten (Think: Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller, with a tinge of Back to the Future / 80's cool!) And we can't forget about Balmain - Equal parts trendsetting and a flashback to 1970's: Disco glam.

Who saw Alice in Wonderland over the weekend? Thoughts? Likes/dislikes? I usually wait for the crowds to dissipate before attempting to view a feature film... I like it quiet and empty.

Ps. What is/was your favorite dress from The Oscars last night? I absolutely loved Sarah Jessica Parker's hair.

And, a food snap. For those of you who requested more of them.

A typical breakfast of biscuits with strawberry jam, banana and mocha coffee (made by moi!)

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Glam Girl 03/20/2010 12:25

I love Sarrah Jessica Parker!

Sarah 03/16/2010 22:57

Alice in Wonderland was weird but still very good. SJP looked lovely and I was very disappointed to find that she was voted one of the worst dressed. Her dress was so Carrie Bradshaw.

Krizia 03/13/2010 13:11

I saw Alice in 3D yesterday.
It was quite OK,
but I didn't like the Mad Hatter's breakdance moves!

But if you like Alice In Wonderland,
it is a must-see.
I love Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen,
she's perfect to play her.
And Anne Hathaway is absolutely stunning as the White Queen!

x Krizia

Tijger Melk 03/13/2010 00:03


Stephanie 03/11/2010 16:06

AHHHH so much catching up to do, LOL!

I loved her hair too!!!! but when she was presenting it was very wispy disheveled...someone should have touched it up, i thought ;)