I was slightly surprised to see that Die Antwoord’s song was used for the Dior Addict Fragrance but it works and it’s pretty cool. Local is always better, even though I have my reservations about Die Antwoord, but I’ll keep them as reservations. It works, it’s pretty and it’s kinda rad.
Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy appeared on Graham Norton’s show to promote the X-Men: Days of Future Past. The three of them danced to Robin thicke’s Blurred Lines on the show and it was probably one of the best moments I’ve seen on Graham Norton’s show. All three men in one room! I don’t know what it is about Blurred Lines that makes everyone want to get up and dance (even though it is derogatory) but these three fine fellas made it look good.
I wasn’t exactly blown away by all the designers at SA Fashion Week but there are a few that stood out. My favourite show was Anmari Honiball’s Spring Summer collection. It was incredibly unique and conceptual. So much thought and meaning went into the collection, even down to the music choice for the run way. I was lucky enough to interview Anmari before her show and lucky enough to go back stage and take some pictures.
Watch the trailer for the film about Yves Saint Laurent, I’m just so glad it’s in french!
Keira Knightley is back in her role as the mysterious and lovely Coco Mademoiselle. The director and her long time collaborator, Joe Wright, films the actress seducing a new admirer at a stylishly monochromatic party, before seemingly disappearing and escaping on a speedboat at sunrise.
One forgets about the brilliant ad campaigns out there, especially in fashion. Today I take a look back in time to Lanvin’s Autumn/Winter 2011 – 2012 ad campaign and remembered that fashion doesn’t always have to be serious, a little fun and games can do the trick!