Costume designer Trish Summerville and I caught up on the red carpet of the Catching Fire premiere to discuss her work on the film and her tie-in collaboration with NET-A-PORTER – Capitol Couture. Trish didn’t make the costumes for the first Hunger Games, so she had to play catch-up, and in the end, far outdid all expectations.
Julie Bowen really wowed with this sweeping Zac Pozen. The over-the-top look is not what we expect from her which makes it that much more exciting. Plus she looked like she was having fun with it which always makes it look more grand.
I think Emily Blunt looked fantastic at this year’s Met Gala. In fact her look has stuck with me even weeks later because while it’s a bit out there, I think her take on punk could work even for a non-punk themed evening out. The key is pairing this bold eye makeup look with an … Continue reading “Emily Blunt’s Neon Eye: Snob or Slob?”
Lately, celebs have been passing on full-on cutout dresses in lieu of something a little more concealing – gowns with sheer panels. The style manages to be sexier with more fabric, playing with the fun of leaving more to the imagination. Model of the moment Cara Delevingne is the most recent to try the trend, … Continue reading “Celeb Trend: Going Sheer”
Often called the fashion equivalent to the legendary Vanity Fair Oscar’s Party, the Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art brings out the best of the world of fashion, celebrity, society, sports, and more. Merging this with the philanthropic mission of the Costume Institute Benefit, and you have one of the world’s greatest parties. … Continue reading “From Chaos to Couture: Some Awesomely Chaotic Met Gala Fashion”